Services

FLATS FIXED IN 30 MINUTES OR LESS! $20 all-in!

PICK-UP & DROP-OFF SERVICE: $50

An add-on to any of our tune-ups.  We’ll pick your bike up from your home or office anywhere in Toronto, bring it to the shop for servicing, and drop it off for you the next day.  Email info@libertycyclery.com to schedule an appointment!

*Areas outside Toronto (Vaughan, Markham, Mississauga, Pickering) add $30.

STANDARD TUNE-UP: $70

    • Includes the following:
    • adjust headset
    • adjust bottom bracket (where applicable)
    • gear adjustment
    • brake adjustment, pad and rim resurfacing (if necessary)
    • wheels trued
    • all bolts torqued to spec
    • general cleaning and frame inspection
    • air and lubrication
    • test ride

FULL TUNE-UP: $90

    • Includes the following:
    • adjust headset
    • adjust hubs
    • adjust bottom bracket (where applicable)
    • derailleur hanger alignment
    • gear adjustment
    • brake adjustment, pad and rim resurfacing (if necessary)
    • wheels trued and tensioned
    • all bolts torqued to spec
    • general cleaning and frame inspection
    • air and lubrication
    • test ride

*Especially recommended for bikes with chronic shifting issues, loose hubs, and noodley spokes!

ADDITIONAL WORK WITH TUNE-UP:

    • cable & housing install: $10-15/ea. (parts included)
    • brake pad install (rim brakes): $10-20/pair (parts included)
    • brake pad install (disc brakes): $20-60/pair (parts included)
    • tube install: $10/ea. (parts included)
    • drivetrain install (chain & cassette/freewheel): $10 (parts extra)
    • general component install (brakes, derailleurs, etc): $10/ea. (parts extra)
    • frame component install (BB, headset): $10/ea. (parts extra)

GENERAL SERVICE:

    • gear or brake adjustment: $15-20/ea.
    • cable or brake pad replacement: $20-25/ea. (parts included)
    • hydraulic brake bleed: $25/ea. (includes new fluid & spent fluid disposal)
    • suspension fork overhaul: $70. (parts not included)
    • Stan’s NoTubes conversion: $60/wheel. (includes valve, rim strip, and sealant)
    • NoTubes tubeless system re-sealing: $25/wheel. (includes sealant)
    • bearing adjustment (hub, headset, BB): $15-20/ea.
    • bearing overhaul (hub, headset, BB; cup and cone only): $25-40/ea. (includes new bearings)
    • frame component replace (headset, BB, derailleur, brake): $25-40/ea.
    • drivetrain component replace (cassette/cog/freewheel, chain): $15/ea.
    • face/chase BB or headset: $25/ea.
    • wheel true: $15-25/ea.
    • wheel replace: $15-25/ea.
    • flat fix: $20/ea. (parts, labour, and tax included)
    • handlebar swap: $15-25
    • bar wrap: $20
    • full fender install: $20
    • rack install: $15-20/ea.

CUSTOM WORK, AND ADVANCED SERVICE:

Advanced level work is performed on a case by case basis at an hourly rate of $60. This allows us to provide our customers with accurate and honest pricing based on the actual amount of time invested in servicing their bike. Examples of work that would be charged at this rate would be projects, overhauls, restorations, problem solving, custom work, and fabrication (less the cost of materials).

We also specialize in suspension and hydraulic service, such as brake bleeding, pivot replacement, or damper overhauls. We encourage proper hydraulic maintenance; it will keep your bike running smooth and safely over a prolonged period of time, and save you expensive future repair costs!

WHEEL BUILDING:

We love building wheels, and with thousands of wheelsets worth of experience, we’re pretty good at it too! Come in for a consultation and see how we can tailor a wheelset to your specific needs at a lower price, and at less weight than the prebuilt competition!

Wheel builds are done at a flat rate of $50 each, but if all the components (hub, spokes, rim) are purchased in-house, we’ll build them for free!

TURNAROUND TIME:

We strive to get our customers back in the saddle ASAP. That means same-day turnaround for small jobs dropped off in the morning, and usually by the end of the next business day for most bigger jobs. All we ask is that bikes be picked up in a timely fashion to allow others space in the shop.

Last updated: February 10, 2016

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