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Tune-up lead times

We have been working tirelessly to reduce lead times for tune-ups. In the last month, our average lead time for a bicycle tune-up has dropped from 45 days to 21 days. Appointments available upon evaluation so that you can continue riding your bike until it is scheduled for service.

We still offer on-the-spot bicycle repair and express turn around for bikes that only require minor adjustments and repairs. If we can't fix it right away, it will only take a few days to be completed.

New Shop Hours

The store now opens at noon on weekdays and remains closed on Tuesdays.
Store Hours
Mon, Wed - Fri: 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Tue: Closed
Sat & Sun: 12:00pm - 4:00pm

Service Time Decrease - Round 1

Our service team worked through the night Friday into Saturday morning and completed two weeks of work orders. We are riders too, so we understand that it is tough being without your bike longer than a few hours. Over 100 bikes have been scheduled for a tune-up since March 1st. Hundreds of more bikes have been serviced on-the-spot for smaller adjustments and repairs. Thank you for trusting the well being of your bike(s) with us!

Global supply chain issues continue to impact the bicycle industry. Having your bike serviced early and often could make a big difference of riding through the season trouble free, without needing a replacement component that could take weeks to arrive.

If you recently dropped off your bike for a tune-up, we are doing our best to service it as timely as possible. Hang in there, we are in this together!

Guide to Buying a New Bike in 2021

Spring 2021 / Trailside Update

The bicycle industry experienced rapid growth in 2020 in large part due to Covid-19. Travel was limited, social gathering spots closed, and many people spent more time at home. We've always seen the bicycle as a vacation you can park in the garage and take for a ride any moment you wish. With fewer things to do, the world started to see bicycles the same way.

As an investment, bicycles make a lot of sense - offering countless opportunities to enjoy the freedom they provide with just a single purchase. For the abuse a bicycle puts up with, the cost of routine service is minimal compared to the experience of owning it over the years.

Planning your purchase

High demand for bicycles has tested the supply chain for months, and bicycles continue to sell despite a shortage. Delivery dates are extending further into the future as backorders grow in size. Manufacturers allocate product as it becomes available to the next order in line. It's first-come-first-serve for everyone.

Planners are rewarded with a longer season of riding. So, how can you plan your purchase?

  1. Visit our store weeks/months before the day you intend to purchase a new bike.
  2. Do research at home on the manufacturer website and discuss the purchase with family/friends.
  3. Visit us shortly after your research so we can guide you further and discuss options in more detail.
  4. Be prepared to purchase on the spot because demand is high (we won't expect you to, but will encourage it).
  5. Companies will most likely not offer any sales rebates in 2021, so you can purchase a bike earlier with confidence that it won't go on sale at a later time.

How we are bringing bikes to you

Halfway through summer of 2020, we began preparing for 2021 due to estimated delivery times from manufacturers. Based on the demand for bikes that sold out everywhere, we ordered as many units we were allowed to have on backorder in preparation for another year of tight supply and high demand. We have continued backordering bikes as shipments arrive to maintain a steady flow of bikes to our store into the future.