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Keep Your Bike Running Smooth

Full Cycle’s service department strives to provide the highest tier of service possible. We do it all from suspension teardowns to wheel building, Full Cycle's got you covered. We are commited to a four-day turnaround this winter, so appointments will not be necessary. Stop by the shop to speak with a service writer or talk to a mechanic by calling us!

PRE-BOOKED WINTER SERVICE SPECIAL

Save up to $320 on à la carte pricing with our winter packages!

Earn up to $100 in store credit for parts or future purchases. 

Must purchase by December 31, 2022 and start service by February 28, 2023.

$129

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A $209 value - save $80! 
(based on individual services purchased à la carte)


INCLUDES:

Wash bike

Inspect & adjust moving parts & bolts

Inspect frame & fork

Adjust derailleurs (front & rear)

Adjust brakes (front & rear)

True wheels & inspect rims

Adjust headset, bottom bracket, hubs

Brush clean chain & cassette

Lube chain, cables, & derailleur pivots

$279

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A $489 value - save $210!
(based on individual services purchased à la carte)


INCLUDES PINT TUNE PLUS:

Removal & deep clean of all drivetrain components

Install of any new drivetrain components (parts additional)

Full brake bleeds (front & rear)

Handlebar wrap / grip install (with purchase)

$449

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A $714 value - save $265!
(based on individual services purchased à la carte)


INCLUDES GROWLER OVERHAUL PLUS:

Overhaul headset, bottom bracket, and hub bearings 

Cables & housing install (parts additional)

Advanced wheel true


HARD-TAIL: $499
 FULL SUSPENSION: $549

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A $814 value - save $315! 
A $869 value - save $320!   
(based on individual services purchased à la carte)


INCLUDES SIXTEL OVERHAUL PLUS:

Annual basic fork service
(Air spring & lower leg service)

Rear shock air can service
(full-suspension only)

SHIMANO & SRAM CERTIFIED MECHANICS

Years of experience. Up-front estimates. Guaranteed workmanship.

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Suspension Service

Full Cycle is able to perform any level of service on any Fox, RockShox, or DVO product manufactured since 2016 as well as most dropper posts, with a handful of exceptions.  However, Full Cycle can submit any of these exceptions to the manufacturer for factory service. Please visit or call our store for more details on services, pricing and turnaround.

Mountain bikes are designed around a suspension platform. To ensure your bike rides as well as possible, your suspension should be regularly serviced. Buildup of grime drastically increases friction and introduces dirt into what has to be a pristine system for proper function. The smallest of scratches can allow air molecules to sneak past seals. See our recommended maintenance to see what service your suspension requires.

Annual Basic Fork Service

$100

Recommended: every 100 hours of riding

This is one of the best things you can do to keep your bike feeling great for a long time. We disassemble the fork, replace and lubricate dust wipers and seals, and replace and lubricate o-rings and seals on the air assembly. Fresh oil all around gets you a fork that feels great and will last a long time.

Advanced Fork Service

$150

Recommended: every 200 hours of riding

Factory-level service for your fork. We will completely disassemble and rebuild the air assembly and damper assembly of your fork, making it as close to new as possible. We even have options for tuning to your specific preferences.

Annual Basic Shock Service

$55

Recommended: every 50 hours of riding

Every rider should do this once a year at least. This is what you might hear called an air sleeve service. We disassemble the main part of the shock, inspect all elements for wear or damage, replace and properly lubricate air seals.

Advanced Shock Service

$150

Recommended: every 100 hours of riding

Factory-level service for your rear suspension. We will completely disassemble and rebuild the air assembly and damper assembly of your shock, making it as close to new as possible. We even have options for tuning the air volume to your specific preferences.

Recommended Bike Maintenance

All recommendations are just that: recommendations. Maintenance depends heavily on the type of rider, the bike’s usage, the conditions it is ridden in, how clean it is kept, and a variety of other factors.

Before Each Ride

Lube chain

Check tire pressure

Check brakes

Check Quick Releases/Thru Axles

Drop test: drop your bike from a few inches up and listen for clunks

QUARTERLY

Check chain wear

Check brake pads

Check wheel true

Check bearings

Bolt check everything

50 hour suspension service

Inspect frame and wheels for damage

SEMI-ANNUALLY

Chain replacement
(if ridden hard)

Brake pad replacement
(if ridden hard)

Brake bleeds
(if ridden hard)

Deep clean of drivetrain to remove buildup

Bring bike in for a mechanic to inspect

100 hr fork service

Tubeless sealant refresh

ANNUALLY

Brake bleeds

Brake pads

Chain replacement

Suspension linkage teardown

200 hr suspension damper service

Cable/housing replacements for smooth function