Bike Repair and Service

Bike repair and service is at our core. You can count on us to know the newest products and service techniques to keep you on the trail. With over 40 years combined bike repair experience and a whole host of relationships with industry-leading manufacturers  – our team is able to handle many service needs “while you wait”

Quick Bike Repair

At TrailWerks, we pride ourselves on our expert service. Along with our sister company TrailWerks Suspension Service, we hire, train and maintain the most experienced service experts in the region.

We do our best to stock the small parts, tools and products to keep your bike running smooth.

TrailWerks will do our best to get your bike serviced and back to you as soon as humanly possible. And if you are really in a jam, we’ll get you on a TrailWerks bike so you never miss a ride.

So when you need a wheel build, fork service, headset overhaul or derailleur hanger and you can’t wait two weeks, give us call or drop by. We’ll stay late and move mountains to keep you riding.

Bike Service Interval

How often should I have my bike serviced?
Annual check-ups are a must to ensure you’re getting the most from your mountain bike.

What should my service schedule be?
We recommend the following basic service schedule for your various bike parts:

  • Wheels: check tension yearly
  • Tire pressure: every two weeks
  • Cables/housing: annually for mountain bikes, every two years on road bikes
  • Hubs: every two years on cup/cone, as needed for sealed cartridge bearing hubs
  • Bottom bracket: new one/bearings as needed
  • Headsets: bearings as needed
  • Chain: check for wear annually, lube monthly
  • Brakes: brake pads, hydraulic lines, rotors
  • Tires: inspect for wear, cuts, holes monthly
  • Chainrings: check for wear and tighten the bolts twice a year
  • Derailleurs: check for lateral play, worn pulleys twice a year
  • Seatpost/saddle: pull apart and remove from frame to grease annually

What should I do between servicing?
You should be doing the ABC Quick Check (Air, Brakes, Chain, Quick Releases, short check-out ride before setting out). You can also check out the League’s  bicycle safety basics which happens to have been written by our founder.

Mountain Bike Suspension Service

Some bike parts require maintenance to keep them from getting damaged. Suspension is one of these parts. If your bike sits around in the garage for months at a time, the lubricating fluid in your fork and rear shock can break down.

TrailWerks recommends the following basic service schedule for your suspension:

  • Suspension fork: service the lowers annually
  • Rear shock: air can seals, hardware and damper check annually
  • Suspension pivots: check for wear annually

Bike Travel Services

Bike travel doesn’t need to be a headache.  Whatever your travel needs, TrailWerks can help.

  • Pack your bike
  • Ship your bike
  • Assemble your bike
  • Rent bikes, local or afar
  • New terrain consultation and bike prep
  • Supported / unsupported bike tour connections

Come on in, grab a cup of coffee and let us know what you want to do. We’ve got a stack of maps from all the best riding areas around the US. Moab, Park City, Vegas, NorCal, SoCal, New England, Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Colorado – front range or western slope, Carolinas, Joysey, Washington, Oregon, New Mexico, Arizona… There is good riding all over the place so get out there and check it out! Take pictures for us!