Bike Repair & Service
We pride ourselves on the passion and in-depth knowledge of our service technicians. Cyclists come from a long distance seeking our expertise. Our full-time all-year-round service shop can handle any type of tune-up or repair for any type of bike; whether old or new, purchased from us, or not. During the busy season, we can make an appointment for your bike so you aren't without it for too long. Stop in ahead of time for our initial "triage" and estimate, email David with questions, or call ahead to get your bike in the queue - 802-387-5718.
The heart and soul of modern mountain bikes is the suspension, the unsung hero of your ride. Day in and day out, your suspension takes the abuse of the trail so that you don't have to!
Have you ever wondered how it actually works? Shock suspension is a complex system that relies on seals, wipers, and oil to protect and lube vital internal parts for many miles. Without proper care and maintenance, the performance of your suspension will slowly degrade and your fork and shock will eventually become unusable. Don't let this happen!
Most manufacturers recommend a Basic Service every 50 hours (Replacement of Seals/Wipers & Bath Oil). And, they recommend a Complete Service every 100-125 hours or annually (The Basic Service plus Damper & Spring service). Depending on your riding habits, your suspension could need service every 6 months for optimum performance.
We now have all the latest parts and tools to take care of your beloved bike's suspension components. We are stocking popular service kits from Fox, Rockshox, and Cannondale for a quick and convenient turnaround.
New For 2021 Service Year
We have expanded our Service Department offerings once again, and now we offer several advanced services. We now have a Morizumi Spoke Cutter and Threader, so we can custom cut and thread spoke for wheelbuilds, as well as sell individual spokes per customer request. We also now offer nitrogen service for Suspension Tuning. This means we can fully service all nitrogen-based dampers in-house. Questions?