No appointment needed!
From fixing flat tires to hand building new wheels, tightening a loose screw to a full tuneup, and everything else in between, we can provide you the bike repair that you need fast and at a reasonable price. We have a selection of new and used parts you can choose from. Hub City Cycles is fully equipped to handle almost any repair your bicycle may need.
Whether you need a quick repair or a total overhaul, bring your bike on by any time and roll it into the shop. We repair flats immediately, and other minor repairs may be able to be done on the spot too. If the repair is more involved like a tune-up, expect to leave your bike with us for a few days. We service bikes in the order that they come to us, so sometimes there can be a bit of a wait, especially during the summer
You've got options for your bike repair:
In-Shop Full Service
Want to let us take care of working on your trusty steed? No problem. We repair all styles, brands and ages of bikes in any condition. We've got the tools, experience and parts you need to get your bike going again, keep it running smooth, or step it up a notch. You can be assured of a quick turnaround time and high quality work from our experienced mechanics.
Shop & Tool Usage
One of the benefits of becoming a member of Hub City Cycles Community Co-op is that you get to use the shop tools and space for a fee. Members who are in good standing can pay an hourly, monthly or annual usage fee and can come in to shop and use the stand, tools and get help from worker members verbally or by demonstrating proper repair techniques. Please call the shop or shoot us an email for usage rates and availability. Become a member today!
Ideal for bikes that been unused for an extended period of time, part of your frequent tuneup schedule or perhaps just before an extended ride or tour. We will check nuts and bolts for functionality and safety, adjustment of gears and brakes, inflate tires, lube chain. A full checkup will be done and recommendations for further repairs will be noted.
Having a full and complete tune-up is something that every bike rider should do at least once a year, and perhaps more if you put on a lot of miles. We'll adjust hubs, bottom bracket, and headset, true wheels, adjust gears and brakes, lube cables, grease stem, seat post and pedal threads, tighten all nuts and bolts, inflate tires and test ride.