NE Iowa's most experienced service department

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Labor Rates

We reserve the right to refuse to work on any bike for any reason. Tune up $55.00. Drive train removed, cleaned, lubed, adjusted, wheels removed and trued, brakes adjusted, all bearings adjusted and frame cleaned. Parts extra. No labor charge for the installation of tires, tubes, derailleurs, cables, brakes, or stems with a tune up.

Overhaul, $95. The bicycle is completely disassembled, cleaned, lubed and adjusted. The frame and derailleur hanger are checked for alignment. All bearings repacked. Parts extra. No labor charge for the installation of any parts with a overhaul.

Extra charges may apply for extremely dirty bicycles!

Service Charges

Headset installed – $15.00

Bottom Bracket installed - $12.50

V-Brakes, Cantilever installed - $7.50 one wheel, $12.50 a pair.

Rear Derailleur (includes checking drop out hanger for alignment) - $7.50

Front derailleur - $7.50

Install a tire or tube – $5.00

Install a chain - $5.00

Wheel true/spoke replaced - $5 to $15

Disc Brake tabs faced - $10

Disc brakes installed – $10.00 one wheel, $15.00 a pair.

Bottom Bracket faced and Tapped - $15

Head tube faced and reamed - $15

Derailleur hanger straightened - $10

Racks, cycle computers,- $5

Fenders $15.00

The following services are included in the purchase price of any frame:

• Frame checked for alignment

• All threads chased

• Bottom bracket faced

• Head tube faced and reamed

• Derailleur hanger checked for alignment

• Disc brake mounts faced

• Steel frames are rust proofed with Frame Saver rust inhibitor

• Seat tube reamed and flex honed

• Headset installed (Headset not included)

• Fork installed (Fork not included with some frames – ask)

Wheel building labor charges are $30..00 a wheel. Certain hub rim comboinations will be more. Ask Spoke pricing per spoke. Weight listed for 32 spokes, 260 mm length. 32 brass nipples, 30 grams.

• 14 or 15 straight gauge stainless steel spokes, silver, .40 ea, 213/190 grams

• 14 or 15 straight gauge stainless steel spokes, black, .85 ea, 213/190 grams.

• 14/15 double-butted stainless steel spokes, silver, .70 ea, 185 grams.

• 14/15 double-butted stainless steel spokes, black, 1.05 ea, 185 grams.

• 14/15 single-butted stainless steel spokes, silver, .70 ea, 175 grams

• 14/15 single-butted stainless steel spokes, black, 1.05 ea, 175 grams

• 14/17 DT Revolution spokes, silver, 1.15 ea, 137 grams

• 14/17 DT Revolution spokes, black, $1.55 ea, 137 grams

• Aerolite bladed spokes, 140 grams, 3.50 ea.

• Aerolite bladed spokes, black, 140 grams, 3.65 ea.

• DT Pro-Lock nipples (Cold forged, injected with Loctite) .30 each.

• All wheels will be built with a 3 cross lacing unless otherwise requested.

• All wheels are trued to .003 of an inch or the manufacturer’s tolerances, whichever is greater.

• All wheels are tensioned to 1100 n

• I will not build with alloy nipples - no exceptions!

• I will not build a wheel with radial lacing unless the manufacturer rates the hub for radial lacing.


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Best of all, it’s actually affordable

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