Service and Rates

Please don’t drop off bikes without making a repair or tune-up appointment first, by calling us at (204) 888-4586. We just don’t have enough room to store many more bikes in the back of the shop. Thx!

We can repair and tune virtually any conventional road bike, mountain bike, ‘cross bike, FatBike, tandem,…well you get the idea.

We have many parts in stock for quick replacement including many drivetrain components, complete wheels, etc, and we have a wide selection of basic components like saddles, posts, stem, tires and tubes, and so on.

We also have lots of accessories in stock (e.g. racks, fenders, bar tape and grips, and much more).

Labour Rates (prices do not include taxes)

Tune Up, $70
– safety checkover, tighten all bolts
– adjust bottom bracket, headset and wheel bearings
– true wheels
– minor cleaning of drivetrain and rim brake surface, lube cables, chain, and rim brake pivots
– adjust shifting and brake components, check drivetrain for wear
– advice if any parts need replacement
* cable, housing, and/or brake pads will vie replaced if essential to function, extra repair work or parts installation will result in additional labour cost

Overhaul, $200
– includes Tune Up (above)
– repack headset, bottom bracket and both hubs with new bearings (loose ball only). Sealed bearing units will be regreased
– new cables and housing for shifters and mechanical brakes

Box Bike, $25

New Bike Build, $200

Drivetrain (prices do not include parts)
– install all new cables and housing with adjustments, $35
– per single brake our shifter, $10
– adjust gears, $25
– install chain, $8
– swap cassette, freewheel, or fixed cog, $8

Headset / Fork (prices do not include parts)
– fork seal replacement, $45 (includes oil)
– fork overhaul, $65 (includes cartridge oil)
– install fork, $20
– install star nut and cut steerer tube, $10
– remove headset, $10
– repack headset, $20 (includes bearings, but not sealed bearings)

Brakes (per wheel)
– replace brake pads or adjust brakes, $8
– bleed hydraulic brake with adjustments, $25-$35 (includes oil)
– shortening hydraulic line, $30-$40 (includes bleed and compression fittings)
– replace pistons and caliper seals, $40 (includes bleed)
– straighten or swap disc rotor, $8
– install rim brake (and remove old brake), $12, disc brake, $30

Wheels (per wheel, prices do not include parts)
– truing, $16-$35
– wheel build, $50, includes one free tension and true and two week bed-in period
– rebuild, $60-$70
– tire and/or tube replacement, $6, or $12 for coaster wheel, internally geared hub, or chaincase
– hub repack, $15 (includes grease and bearings)
– replacing sealed hub bearings, front $15, rear $23
– Chris King hub overhaul, $45
– flush free hub / freewheel, $25 (includes new hub bearings and grease)
– free hub install, $20 (includes new hub bearings and grease)
– tubular gluing, $25

Botton Bracket / Pedals
– replace / regrease BB, $15
– install cranked, $20
– seized crank arm or BB cup, $25
– chase BB threads (bare frame), $10
– install pedals, $8
– rebuild pedals (each), $15

Miscellaneous Installs
– grips, $5 (free if grips purchased at same time and over $15)
– bar tape, $10
– swap / cut down handlebar, $15 (free if bar purchased at same time and over $55)
– stem or headsup adapter, $8 (with headset adjustment)
– fender set, $15
– pannier rack, $15
– mirror, $6
– computer, $10, cadence computer, $15
– seat or seat post, $8
– dropper post, $30

Call the shop at (204) 888-4586 or stop in to ask about pricing for specific jobs not listed here.

In spring we tend to have a bit of a back log so it’s best to make a service appointment in advance; other times of year we can usually fit you in within a day or two. Minor repairs can sometimes be performed on the spot, but that depends on how busy the shop is at that time.