PBMA/ Professional Bicycle Mechanics Association Certified
Bicycle tune-up packages and many common adjustments offered are listed below. I'll bring my mobile bicycle shop to you at a time that's convenient and based on my current schedule. If you don't see a bicycle service that you need, please call or email for a quote. Note the phone or email quotes are really just an estimate. Cost is based on in person inspection. These are base rates and could be more depending on the extent of the bicycle service required. Whether you need a bicycle assembly, brake or derailleur adjustment, bicycle tune- up or minor repairs to carbon frames call or email Joe so we can discuss your needs.
Performance Service $75 ( parts not included )
Does not meet minimum service charge
Tune-up: $110 ( parts and installation not included)/ Ebikes $120
May not meet minimum service charge
Tune-up Advanced: $140 ( parts and installation not included )/Ebikes $150
Road /Tri / Mountain/Hydrid $300 (parts not included)**
Bikes w/ Hydraulic disc brakes $350 (brake bleed included)
* Handlebar tape and grips are generally replaced during overhauls
All components purchased from The Bicycle Fixer for installation during an Overhaul will incur no extra labor charge. Did you purchase parts online or at a swap meet? I'd be happy to install and/or adjust that for you.
A note on fully-integrated cockpits. Installing cables, housing, brake lines or headsets/bearings requires at least an extra 1.5 hours to perform. Cost is $150 minimum + parts.
With time involved in an Overhaul, most are performed during the offseason
Adjust Brakes $15
Install Brake Cable $10 ( internal routing extra )
Brake Bleed $40
( includes fluid )
Install Brake shoes $20 per wheel
Install disc brake rotor $15
Adjust Bottom Bracket $25-$35
Install Bottom bracket $40
Overhaul bottom bracket $40
Install Derailleur/adjust $30
Adjust Derailleur $15
Install Derailleur Cable $10 (internal routing extra)
Align Rear derailleur hanger $15
Install Derailleur hanger/align $25
Install Handlebar $30 minimum
Adjust Headset $15
Overhaul Headset $35
Install Headset $35
Adjust Hub Front $15
Overhaul Hub Front $30 (disc $45)
Adjust Hub Rear $25 (disc $45)
Overhaul Hub Rear $45 (includes freehub/freewheel service, disc $55)
Overhaul Hub rear single-speed $35
True Wheel $15-$35
Replace Broken Spoke $25-$50 ( includes spoke / wheel true )
Wheel Build $80
Install Tire or Tube $10 ( IGH/Ebikes/Coaster brake extra )
Install Tubeless Tire $20
Tape Tubeless Rim $10 + tape
Refresh Tubeless Tire $15
Glue Sew-up $70 ( on a clean rim )
Remove Sew-up/Clean rim $35-$50
Install Chain $20
Tandem, recumbent $30
Install Cassette/Freewheel $20
Tape Handlebars $30
Box Bike for shipping $85-$125
Complete Build (Frame-up) * $325 ( Does not include wheel builds or internal routing )
Disc brake equipped bikes $375 (Does not include integrated cockpits)
Partial Build Call or email
Fender Install/ Clip- on $35
Full Fenders $50 + stainless hardware
Computer Install/wireless $30
Computer install/wired $35
Custom install $75/hr
Boxed Bicycle Assembly $75-$170 (Does not include accessories)
(Preventative Maintenance) $35
Excessive Dirt and Grease $50
Hourly rate $75/hr
Noise evaluation $75/hr $25 minimum
Diagnostics $45 ( deducted from invoice upon service)
Install new cables/housing $80-$100 ( parts included. Internal routing extra)
Install Pedals $10
Install Pedal Insert $40 (includes insert)
There are many more services that aren't listed ( example: frame prep, disc brake mount facing, chase threads) here but I perform in the course of business).
( Notice that most al a carte' pricing does not meet the minimum service charge )
Have you ordered a bicycle online from bikesdirect.com, RAD, EVELO, Himiway, Aventon, 1-UP or one of the many bicycle DtC sites? I provide full bicycle assembly including a comprehensive bicycle tune up and basic fit. The Bicycle Fixer is an approved Rad Power Bikes, Aventon, Lectric and Flyer service shop.
For reasons involving liability, there are brands for which I do not provide service . Call or email ahead for questions. We do not service Hoverboards or e-scooters.
A complete bicycle build requires very good to new condition brand name parts and a functional frame and fork. Components must work together. If the bicycle incorporates a fully integrated cockpit, these types take several hours so I prefer to do pickup and delivery.
Without getting into the how to of mounting sew-ups , I'll leave it at this, in almost 40 yrs of working as a mechanic ( we didn't have high-performance clinchers in the 70's or early 80's ) I've glued up somewhere around 1,000 sew-ups for professional racers and amateurs alike. There's no magic elixir or shortcuts, just tried and true application. Experience and good mentors were the best teachers for gluing sew-up tires. There are more steps required than just stretching and gluing to get the most out of your tires. The cost of quality racing sew-ups is high compared to performance clinchers so why skip steps. Have it done professionally.
The bicycle wheel takes a lot of abuse considering they support a rider and bicycles weight, encounter road hazards and deal with a salty or wet environment, so for these reasons, I use DT and Sapim stainless spokes for wheel builds. For bicycle wheels built for riding in the Puget Sound region, salty environments and touring, I use brass nipples. Alloy nipples and steel spokes have a tendency to galvanize which makes wheel truing difficult if not impossible after a few years of exposure to the elements. Leave the alloy nipples for high performance bicycle wheels used for track, time trial and tri bikes where saving time is a goal. For high-performance bicycle wheels using aero blades in their construction, I use DT Aerolite or Sapim CX-Ray spokes w/ Alloy nipples.
Labor per wheel $80 minimum
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If it rolls on two wheels and powered by your legs... my bicycle repair shop can fix it, including ebikes. The Bicycle Fixer does service the components on ebikes including hydraulic disc brakes.
Affiliated RAD Ebike service shop
I also service Evelo, Aventon, Lectric, Himiway, Juiced, 1Up and others
Shop Supplies: 1% or $5 whichever is greater. Cap is $30.
The Bicycle Fixer