NEW THIS YEAR! PREPAID STANDARD DETAIL WASH & LUBE CHAIN Essential routine maintenance for ANY bike.Great for athletes that train year-round outdoors. It includes all the following services: - Solvent applied to drivetrain, linkages, and any heavily greasy areas of the bike to loosen gritty build up - Wheels Removed for thorough cleaning of frameset. - Soap + Brush wash and rinse - Inspect frame, fork, rims, and components for structural damage - Lubricate the chain Applies to Standard Washes only: reduced from $35 to $22 each when Pre-Paid. If the bicycle is excessively dirty and/or muddy a one-time 25% discount ($45 vs the full price of $60) will be applied to a "Heavy Duty Wash" in lieu of the Standard Wash.
Typical annual maintenance for an avid rider whose bike is equipped with Hydraulic Disc Brakes. It includes all Howler Tune services, plus the following: - Full brake bleeds - front and rear
Typical annual maintenance for a devoted cyclist's front suspension equipped hardtail Mountain Bike. It includes all Sixtel Overhaul services, plus the following: - Annual Basic fork service: Full internal/external inspection, replace and lubricate dust wipers and seals, replace bath oil, replace and lubricate o-rings and seals on the air assembly. Does not include damper services.
Typical annual maintenance for an avid rider whose bike is equipped with Mechanical Disc or Rim Brakes. It includes all Pint Tune services, plus: - Chain/Cassette/Crankset removed, deep cleaned in solvent tank, & re-installed - Derailleurs cleaned with aerosol solvent on bike - Free Installation of any new drivetrain components (parts additional) - Freehub Service
This year, we're expanding our bike maintenance & bike mechanic classes, to include a weekly recurring 2 hours long "Intro to Bike Anatomy & Roadside Repairs" class. In this class we will cover: - Bike anatomy - Pedal installation & removal - Wheel installation & removal - Fix a flat - Basic tubeless repair Class is limited to 5 students. Pick your preferred date from the dropdown above. More classes coming soon! For any further questions regarding this class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This year, we're expanding our bike maintenance & mechanic classes to include a recurring 2 hours long "Intro to Bike Maintenance" class - taught by Ben Robles. This class will teach you how to perform our most basic level of service, the Pint Tune (https://www.fullcyclebikes.com/product/pint-tune-5160.htm), which covers the following: - Wash bike - Inspect and adjust moving parts and bolts - Inspect frame and fork - Adjust derailleurs (front and rear) - Adjust brakes (front and rear) - True wheels and inspect rims - Adjust headset, bottom bracket, hubs - Brush clean chain and cassette - Lube chain, cables, and derailleur pivots Class is limited to 5 students. Pick your preferred date from the dropdown above. For any further questions regarding this class, please email email@example.com
Typical annual maintenance for a devoted cyclist's full-suspension mountain bike. It includes all Half Keg Overhaul services, plus the following: - Annual Basic Shock Service: Remove and install shock, Full external inspection, Disassemble for internal inspection, Reassemble including replacement and lubrication of the o-rings and seals on the air spring assembly. - Does not include damper services.
Interested in taking your mountain bike skills to the next level? Join Ben Robles, Full Cycle’s mountain bike ambassador and Boulder Junior Cycling coach, for a 4-weeks MTB Progression Skills Clinic Series! We will focus on a progression of skills including cornering, pumping, manuals, wheelies, drops, and jumps. These clinics are intended for beginner & intermediate riders looking to up their skills on the mountain bike. Each session departs from Full Cycle at 4:30pm and returns at 6:30pm to grab drinks & food from the Tune Up Tavern & Espresso afterwards. CLASS SERIES SCHEDULE: - Class 1: Pumping and Flat Cornering/Turning (Tuesday, May 16) - Class 2: Manuals and Berm Cornering/Turning (Tuesday, May 23) - Class 3: Wheelies and Drops (Tuesday, May 30) - Class 4: Jumps and Review (Tuesday, June 13) ABOUT BEN ROBLES: Ben has 5+ years of mountain biking coaching experience, most recently with Boulder Junior Cycling, helping launch the Shredders Program, a gravity and enduro oriented mountain bike program, back in 2019. Ben also has a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering from CU Boulder and works as a project engineer at a local company. Ben still finds time in his busy schedule to race, coach, and most importantly, share his passion for bikes with others.
Typical annual maintenance for a recreational rider whose bike is equipped with mechanical brakes and mechanical shifting. It includes all the following services: - Standard Bike Wash - Inspect frame, fork, rims, and components for structural damage - Properly torque all fasteners - Adjust derailleurs (front and rear) - Adjust brakes (front and rear) – excluding bleeds - True wheels -Adjust Bearing Preload (headset, bottom bracket, hubs) - Lube chain, cables and derailleur pivots
Typical annual maintenance for a devoted cyclist's fully-rigid bicycle in need of replacement parts. It includes all Growler Tune services, plus the following: - Complete Brake Service - full bleeds or replace cables & housings - pad installation included (parts additional) - Installation of new shift cables & housing (parts additional) or firmware update for electronic shifting - Installation of grips/handlebar tape (parts additional) - Tire Service - replacement of tires/sealant/inner tube/rim tape (tire inserts add an addition $20 per wheel)
Typical biennial or triennial maintenance for a passionate cyclist's full-suspension mountain bike. It includes all Sixtel Overhaul services, plus the following: - Advanced Fork Service: Remove and install shock, Full external inspection, Disassemble for internal inspection, Reassemble including replacement and lubrication of the dust wipers, o-rings, and seals on the air spring assembly, Replace bath oil, Rebuild of the damper assembly. - Advanced Shock Service: Remove and install shock, Full external inspection, Disassemble for internal inspection, Reassemble including replacement and lubrication of the o-rings and seals on the air spring assembly, Rebuild of the damper assembly, replacement of the eyelet bushing. - Dropper Seatpost: Overhaul/service/maintenance/replacement Installation of ANY compatible component and/or accessory.
Our Maintenance Class Series will be held on seven consecutive Sundays (from 5:30pm to 8pm) beginning Sunday, February 5th: - Session 1: Introduction & Bicycle Basics (Sunday, February 5th) - Session 2: Inspection & Bike Settings (Sunday, February 12th) - Session 3: Wheels (Sunday, February 26th) - Session 4: Drivetrain (Sunday, March 5th) - Session 5: Shifting (Saturday, March 11th at 6:30pm) - Session 6A: SRAM Brake Bleed (Sunday, March 19th @ 5:30pm - 3 slots open for $150) - class only includes one of the two systems. Take both session 6A & 6B for an additional $100. - Session 6B: Shimano Brake Bleed (Sunday, March 26th) - class only includes one of the two systems. Take both session 6A & 6B for an additional $100) - Session 7: Final Touches (Sunday, April 2nd) The class will be held at Full Cycle & Colorado Multisport (2355 30th Street in Boulder, CO) and will feature our Service Writer Christoph Cikraji as the instructor. The cost for all 7 sessions is $500. NEW: Attend BOTH Shimano & SRAM Brake Bleeds classes for an additional $100. We will only have five spots this year to keep things personal and have opportunities for everyone to ask specifics about their bikes. >>> FULL CLASS DETAILS: https://www.fullcyclebikes.com/about/bike-maintenance-class-series-pg1385.htm Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-440-1002 Class Includes: 10% discount on all products at Full Cycle & Colorado Multisport (except bikes). Tuition must be paid up front to secure reservation. Tuition is not refundable, but can be used as store credit. Please see RELATED ITEMS below for a list of material we encourage all students to purchase (we will also have these available for purchase at the shop on the day of the class): - Park Tool Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair (BBB-4) - Pedro's L Hex Wrench Set (recommended upgrade: Wera 950/9 Hex-Plus SB L-Key Hex Wrench Set) - Park Tool Home Mechanic Pedal Wrench - Wera 467 TX HF 25 x 100mm T-Handle Torx Wrench
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