Suspension

  • Fork servicing
  • Shock servicing
  • Suspension setup
  • Pivot bearing replacement
  • Pivot hardware adjustment

Wheels

  • Wheel building
  • Wheel tension and true
  • Hub servicing
  • Tubeless setup
  • Puncture repairs

Drivetrain

  • Gear tuning & cable replacement
  • Drivetrain replacement
  • Bottom Bracket replacement

Brakes

  • Brake bleeding
  • Brake Adjustment
  • Fitting new brakes

Dropper Seatpost

  • Dropper servicing
  • Installing dropper seatpost
  • Installing/adjusting dropper seatpost remote cable

Other Services

  • E-bike servicing
  • Custom bicycle build
  • Bicycle assembly
  • Bicycle packaging and freighting
  • Safety check
  • Installing accessories
  • Insurance accident assessment
  • Electronic component diagnostic & update

Servicing Contact Form

Does my bike need a service?

Bike servicing itself is a art form, but luckily identifying whether or not you need a service is easy. Ask yourself these 5 questions to see if you need a service.

  1. Have you ridden your bike regularly (2-3 times a week) for the past 3 months?
  2. Are there any creaking, rubbing or clicking coming from the brakes, drivetrain or headset?
  3. Have you ridden in the Wellington wind and rain?
  4. Do you store you bike near the coast? You're chances of bearings, chain, and any moving parts corroding are significantly increased
  5. Does your bike ride the same as it did the first time I swung a leg over it?

If you answered yes to more than 2 of these you should consider a bike service. Whether it's a general maintenance service or something more comprehensive your bike and wallet will thank you for identifying problems early and keeping on top of routine bike maintenance.