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Bicycle – Rental, Repair, Safety

 

Outdoor Recreation’s bicycle shop offers bike rentals and a variety of bike services that include a safety inspection, basic and expert tuneups, and bike repair classes so you can make your own repairs.

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BICYCLE RENTALS – All bike rentals include a helmet.

Daily Rental:

  • Full Suspension – $45/day
  • Hard Tail/Front Suspension – $25
  • Road Bike – $20
  • Youth Bike – $20

Weekend Rental: (Friday to Monday at noon)

  • Full Suspension – $90
  • Hard Tail/Front Suspension – $50
  • Road Bike – $40
  • Youth Bike – $40

Weekly Rental

  • Full Suspension – $180
  • Hard Tail/Front Suspension – $100
  • Road Bike – $80
  • Youth Bike – $80

– Bike rental assumes full responsibility for cost of repair/replacement of damaged components.
– Rentals returned with flat tires will be assessed for cost of tube and install.
– Rentals returned dirty will be assessed a cleaning fee.

Click here for the 4 Season Equipment Rental brochure.

REPAIR PRICES

Safety Inspection – Free!

  • Check bike for safety
  • Provide list of needed repairs

Standard Tune – $50

  • Safety Inspection
  • Brake alignment and adjustment
  • Shifter and derailleur adjustment
  • Lateral wheel truing
  • Drive train inspected and lubricated
  • Flat tire repair (if needed)

Custom Tune – Price varies based on requested work

  • Safety inspection
  • Standard tune
  • Additional work as requested

Individual Shop Fees (parts not included)

  • Brake adjustment, $8 per brake
  • Brake bleed, $15 per brake
  • Derailleur adjustment, $10 each
  • Hub overhaul, $15 per hub
  • Complete wheel true/tension, $15 per wheel
  • New bike assembly, $60 (includes tune)
  • Install brake cable/adjustment, $15 per brake
  • Install derailleur cable/adjustment, $15 each
  • Install chain, $5
  • Install tire/tube, $5 per tire
  • Install computer, $10

Additional Fees

  • Excessive dirt/grime
  • Installation of new components
  • Labor fees may be assessed based on work required

BICYCLE SAFETY

Cycling accidents kill thousands of people every year. There are simple safety precautions you can take to minimize risks to you while riding.
  • Always wear a properly fitted helmet.
  • Make sure you know how to operate all parts of the bike as well as the road rules related to cycling.
  • Remember that cyclists have the same rights to the road as other vehicles, and are subject to the same signs, lights, and other traffic controls that would apply to a car or truck.
  • At night, make sure to wear bright colors.
  • Make sure your bike has front and rear reflectors and that your brakes are working correctly.
  • Wear a reflective vest and use a headlamp and bell.

TIPS FOR GROUP RIDING

  • Always wear a helmet.
  • Always travel with the direction of traffic.
  • When cars approach from the rear, get in single file.
  • If you are in the front, call out your intentions (example, “Slowing,” “Stopping”), as well as any hazards you may see.
  • If you need to stop, pull completely off any pavement.
  • Keep a safe distance between you and other riders.
  • Alert other cyclists when passing by calling, “On your left.”

 

 

 
 
 
 

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