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You'll find our service experts will give you options, from getting your bike ride-able again to upgrading it's components. You choose the level of service that you want and we'll deliver.

Full Cycle's service department offers professional service on everything from fixing flat tires and basic tune-ups, to complete overhauls.

Full Cycle has built a reputation over the past 20 years as a go-to shop for suspension and disc brake work; we service more high-end mountain bikes than most shops in the country. Our mechanics are fully qualified to work on even the most complicated components. We also have specialists in high-end road bikes including Di2 electric drivetrains and cyclocross disc bikes.

Bring your bike in for its yearly overhaul, major maintenance and upgrade projects. 


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

Service Menu

When you bring your bicycle to us for maintenance or repair, our friendly, professionally trained technicians will assess your bike's needs and provide you with a free, no-obligation estimate. Whether your bike is in need of a minor adjustment or a major overhaul, we promise that your ride is in good hands.

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Wash bike

Inspect and adjust moving parts and bolts

Inspect frame and fork 

Adjust derailleurs (front and rear)

Adjust brakes (front and rear)

Align wheels and inspect rims

Adjust headset, bottom bracket, hubs

Brush clean chain and cassette

Lube chain, cables, and derailleur pivots


Removal and deep clean chain, cassette

Brush clean Front & Rear derailleurs

Install of any new drivetrain components 
(parts additional)


Full brake bleeds
(front & rear)

Handlebar wrap install 
(with purchase)

Remove and deep clean chain, cassette, cranks, front & rear derailleurs

Keg Overhaul





Annual Basic fork service

Basic shock service

Grips install 
(with purchase)

(*) Suspension parts extra

(**) Fork & shock labor charges are subject to price changes subject to parts & components

Suspension Service


Due to limited storage space and the large volume of service we handle, all bicycles left with us 5 days past notification of completion will be charged a $5 per day storage fee unless previous arrangements have been made.  bikes left without contact for longer than 30 days will be donated. 

Contact our Service Department

Home Bike Repair 

We recommend having a few products at home to help you keep your bike in excellent working condition. We have an excellent selection of essential tools, lubricants and cleaning products, and quality work stands. Shop online and pickup your items for free on your next shop visit.


Proper bicycle maintenance is vital to a great cycling experience. Regular maintenance can keep your bike running smoothly and reduce component wear, as well as keep you riding faster, longer, and with less energy.
all of this can save you money on major repairs and new parts!

Before Each Ride

  • Tires: Check for proper inflation. The recommended inflation for your tire can be found on the side of the tires and is measured in PSI.
  • Brakes: Spin the wheels to check for rubbing and proper functioning. Check brake pads for excessive wear and rubbing.
  • Quick Release: Make sure that wheels are fastened firmly and do not wobble.
  • Gears: Make sure the gears shift smoothly and that the chain doesn’t jump off the gears.


Lubrication: Keep your chain lubed and wiped completely clean. Make sure the rear derailleur “pulleys,” brakes, and pivot points are lubricated properly. Keep cables lubricated, especially after wet riding.

Wheels: Make sure hub bearings are well greased and smoothly adjusted.

Bearings: Have crank bearings (bottom bracket) and fork bearings (headset) checked periodically.

Fasteners: Check critical fasteners, such as nuts and bolts at least once per season, and after every service.


  • Inspect rims for cracks or damage.
  • Inspect frame and fork for cracks or damage.
  • Cleaning your bike is a great way to keep it looking new as well as finding problems before they get worse. Use a mild dish soap and brush to gently clean your frame and components. If you notice something that needs attention, we are more than happy to help!


  • We recommend getting your bicycle professionally serviced at least once per year.
  • The trained eyes and hands of experienced mechanics are often able to detect areas of concern before the onset of an unpleasant experience. You may only need a quick tune-up, but if you ride a lot, your bicycle may need more service. Check out our Service Menu for the different service packages we offer.