Service and repairs are the heart and soul of Old Spokes Home.

Got a bike that's been sitting in the garage for years, maybe decades, that you’d like to get back into tip-top shape? Dreaming of a one of a kind custom build on your randonneur or track frame? Need a quick tune-up or a flat fix? We are a fully equipped repair shop with the tools and capabilities to handle just about any repair, build or resurrection.

Estimate // Free

We're happy to talk to you about your bike and take a look at it for free. Often a tune-up is not necessary and you simply need a few adjustments. We'll diagnose your bike's issues, talk about your needs and wants, and share our recommendations from "this needs to happen for your bike to be safe and functional," to "this is how to take your bike to the next level," and everything in between.

Basic Tune-up // $60

Our basic full bike service. Covers key points of regular & preventative maintenance. Includes brake and shifting adjustments, wheel truing, bearing adjustments, light cleaning and lubrication.

Basic Tune-up + Drivetrain Cleaning // $90

Our Basic Tune-up described above paired with a full drivetrain cleaning.

Deluxe Tune-up // $135

All of the above, plus a full housing and cable replacement (includes labor to rewrap road handlebars).

Flat Fix // $8

Done while you wait! Price does not include a new tube.

Brake, shift, or other adjustments // $10+

Wheel Build // $60 for single, $100 for a set

Assemble from Box // $80

Box to Ship // $60

Guided Repair

Tackle your bicycle projects with access to a bike stand, a complete tool set, and a friendly, helpful, professional mechanic. One of our mechanics will be available to work with a small group of participants and their individual projects. Stay tuned for evern announcements in later summer 2017.

Fleet Maintenance

We offer discounts for service work on fleets of 6 or more bikes, especially during the off-season (November through February).

Contact Service Manager Sam at 836-4475 for more information.


Is cost a barrier for you?

You might qualify for our Everybody Bikes program. Learn more here

Are you interested in learning how to repair and maintain your own bike?

We offer free and paid-for classes and workshops. See current offerings here