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Maintenance Schedules

Keep your bike running like new by staying on top of its maintenance. Here are some general time tables for when to consider service.

Hybrids and Cruisers

  • Before every ride: Do an ABC Quick Check.
  • Every few rides: Wipe down and lubricate the chain.
  • First 1-3 months: Bring your new bike in for its Safety Check. New bikes need to have hardware checked. Bolts can loosen and cables can stretch in the first couple months, we will make these minor adjustments during your free safety check that comes with every new bike purchase.
  • Once a year: Bring your bike in for an Annual Tune-up. Bleed brakes if applicable.

Mountain Bikes 

  • Before every ride: Do an ABC Quick Check. Check brake pads for wear. Check suspension and dropper post actuation if applicable. 
  • Every few rides: Wipe down and lubricate the chain. Wipe dirt and grim off the fork and shock stanchions.
  • First 1-3 Months: Bring your new bike in for its Safety Check. New bikes need to have hardware checked. Bolts can loosen and cables can stretch in the first couple months, we will make these minor adjustments during your free safety check that comes with every new bike purchase.
  • Every 3-6 months: Check/refill sealant if set up tubeless. Check the chain for wear. Check shock pressure.
  • Every 50 hours of ride time: Lower service on the fork.
  • Every 100 hours of ride time: Rear shock air can service.
  • Every 200 hours of ride time: Full service on Fork and Rear Shock. Service dropper post.
  • Once a year: Get an Annual Tune-up. Bleed brakes if applicable.

Road Bikes

  • Before every ride: Do an ABC Quick Check. Check brake pads for wear and tires for wear. 
  • Every few rides: Wipe down and lubricate the chain.
  • First 1-3 months: Bring your new bike in for its Safety Check. New bikes need to have hardware checked. Bolts can loosen and cables can stretch in the first couple months, we will make these minor adjustments during your free safety check that comes with every new bike purchase.
  • Every 3-6 months: Check/refill sealant if set up tubeless.
  • Every 1000-2000 miles: Check/replace the chain.
  • Once a year: Annual Tune-up. Bleed brakes if applicable. Replace bar tape.

ABC Quick Check
A good idea to do before every ride

A – Air: Check to see if your tires have adequate tire pressure. 

B – Brakes: Check your front and rear brakes to ensure they are working. Make sure you can reach the brake levers comfortably, then squeeze them and push the bike forward. If the wheel turns, you’ll need to get your brakes checked before riding.

C – Chain: Spin your pedals backward and make sure the cranks don’t wiggle from side-to-side and that you don't hear grinding noises. 

Quick: Check the quick release skewers on your wheels and make sure they are tight enough to keep the wheels on.

Check: Check your bike for broken or loose parts and tighten them. Take a quick test ride to ensure your gears shift properly.