Friday, February 03, 2006

We're Full Service

We offer an open air full service repair shop, whether you need a flat fixed or a complete overhaul, we can get you rolling back down the road or trail smoothly.

Our highly trained tech center staff is one of the best in the nation with over 60 years of combined experience. We offer multiple service packages to suit your specific needs.

Service Packages:
Basic Tune-Up ~ $49
Advanced Tune-Up ~ $69
Peak Performance Tune-Up ~ $89
Complete Overhaul ~ $189
Drivetrain Overhaul ~ $40 (included in the Peak Performance and Complete Overhaul)

A La Carte:
Flat Tire Repair $5-$7
Brake Adjustment $15
Derailluer Adjustment $16-$18
True Wheel $13-$36
Install New Chain $4

*Don't forget, all our new bikes come with a one year service agreement worth $170

At your service... is Dan, Jim, Josh and Mark. Dan is our resident big hit freeride technician. But he's equally at home at the local BMX/Skatepark or on his road bike. Lately he's been enjoying the simplicity of his fixed gear vintage Peugeot. Dan's a homegrown Omaha boy, he's got the skills on and off the bike to take good care of you. Dan has quite the collection of bikes, Sycip XC mountain bike, Gary Fisher King Fisher and a Yeti DJ

Partimer Jim is our man with all the history. We can always count on him for just about anything. Jim is now a firefighter in Council Bluffs but managed a bike shop before that. He's a Barnett's certified mechanic who's been in the business more than 20 years. If you're looking for a sweet road ride through the Loess hills, Jim can point you in the right direction. Jim is currently turning the cranks on his Serrota Legend Ti preparing for the Arizona ironman.

Josh hails form Pennsylvania and landed here thanks to our countries fine Military. Josh has been riding and wrenching since before he was a teenager. He's a self proclaimed gear junky so if you need info on the latest trickest gear, give Josh a ring. You never know what Josh will be riding, seems like he's on a new ride everytime I see him!

And then there's me. I've raced and ridden on pavement and dirt all over the world. I too am a Barnetts certified technician as well as a Serrota certified fit technician. I wrenched on suspension for the top mountain bike pro's when I worked for Manitou, and love being in midtown Omaha. Most folks know me by my nickname Mod. You can usually find me behind the counter or cruising down the trail on my singlespeed Gary Fisher Rig. But when the trails are muddy I love my Trek Madone 5.5.

So Come on in, drop off your bike, grab a cup of coffee, and talk bikes with us.

We love bikes!

3 comments:

RF said...

thanks for the killer coffee!!

MOD said...

Always and anytime!

MOD said...

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