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Denver Bike Service, Tuning & Repair

The Quickest Bike Service in Denver

 

Cruising road bikes around Denver on the Cherry Creek Bike Path, or shredding the trails on a mountain bike can cause a lot of wear and tear, even to the nicest bikes. Whether you are a daily bike commuter, or just pulling your bike out from a long winter in storage, the team at evo Denver is dedicated to keeping any bike in tip-top shape.  evo Denver is your one stop shop for all of your bike tuning and repair service needs, everything from fixing a flat tire to building up your brand new bike. Our expert bike mechanics have over 20 years of experience on all kinds of bikes, from servicing downhill mountain to world-class road bikes.


Bike Services & Pricing

We offer a full range of bike repair and bike tune up services at evo Denver. We can do everything from adjusting brakes to mountain bike suspension tuning, and many services in between. Whether you just have a couple squeaky parts, or need a complete overhaul, we've got you covered. Bike tune ups and repairs cost different amounts depending on what type of service you want, or need, to keep your bike running smoothly. We want you to spent your time riding your bike, not waiting for it to get fixed, that's why we offer a 48 hour turnaround time on most services. Call in for an exact estimate on turnaround time. 

Bike Tune-Ups & Assembly

ServicePriceDescription
Basic Tune$95Adjust shifting, brakes, headset, bottom bracket and hubs. True wheels, inflate tires, lube chain, and clean bike. Safety check: bolts/torque. Drive train cleaning, suspension work, and brake bleeds are not included.
Standard Tune$150Adjust shifting, brakes, headset, bottom bracket, and hubs. True wheels, inflate tires, lube chain, disassemble and clean drive train, and deep clean bike. Safety check: bolts/torque. Additional labor charge for any suspension work and/or brake bleeds.
Deluxe Tune Road$250Full bike disassemble and reassemble with grease and lube as needed. Disassemble and clean drive train. True wheels, inflate tires, bleed brakes, and install new cables and housing (included). Safety check: bolts/torque. New parts get free install.
Deluxe Tune Mountain$400Full bike disassemble and reassemble with grease and lube as needed. Disassemble and clean drive train. True wheels, inflate tires, bleed brakes, fork lower leg service, and rear shock service. Safety check: bolts/torque. Labor charges will be assessed for any additional seal, bearing, damper, and suspension services. New parts get free install.
Drivetrain Cleaning$60Remove drivetrain for major cleaning, reinstall and adjust drivetrain, lube and grease as needed, new cables and housing are extra (but a good time for this to happen).
Out of the Box Build$80 - 300Full build from the box
Box Bike$100Prepare and pack bike to ship. Includes box, but not shipping.

Call Now: (303) 831-7228

Bike Repairs & Adjustments

ServicePrice
Tire Tube: Flat Fix$15
Tubeless Setup (includes tape & sealant)$35
Brakes: Adjustment$20
Brakes: Bleed$35
Suspension: Rear Shock Overhaul$40
Suspension: Fork Overhaul$80 - $100
Derailleur: Adjustment$20
Chain Install$30
Wheel: True$20 - $40
Wheel: Build$120
Bar Wrap Install$20
Frame Protection Install$150
Dropper Post Install$45
Bearing Service w/o Tune$20
Bearing Service w/ Tune$10
Hourly Shop Rate$120

Call Now: (303) 831-7228


Denver Bike Service Resources

Riding bikes is fun; we love bikes, and want to make sure you do, too. The first step to having a great time is having a properly working bike, no matter where or how you ride. In addition to quick mountain bike repair and road bike repair and bike service, the team at evo has a deep knowledge of all things bikes that we love to share with our customers and the Front Range biking community. Check out some of our resources that will teach you more about our team of bike mechanics, your bike, and how to keep it up and running well. These resources will help you know when and how you might need to turn experts like our team at evo Denver. 

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