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BikeCo Service Rates

BikeCo Service Rates

BikeCo.com Service Rates The Bike Company offers a complete service lineup for MTB, Road, Hybrids and more. BikeCo.com warranties all service for at least 30 days. Suspension rebuilds, etc may have longer service warranties. Typically BikeCo matches manufacturer service warranty periods. Ask for more details as needed. Questions on a recent service? No problem, give our team a buzz and they will dial you in. Scroll through for more details. Tunes & Packages BikeCo Tune: $85 BikeCo 4 Tune Package: $270 + 1 complimentary demo voucher BikeCo [...]

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Fix A Broken Chain with a Power Link

Fix Your Broken Chain On Trial with a Missing Link (or Power Link) – Tips In Sixty     A broken chain on trail can be quite the pain – or not… Using a Missing Link or Power Link you can quickly reconnect your chain. Be sure to use the right speed choice 10sp, 11sp, or 12sp for your setup (they are different widths). Ensure that you don’t have a series of bulged, bent or failed links that will explode as soon as you have [...]

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Isolating Basic MTB Creaks

Learn how to Isolate Common MTB Creaks     This video illustrates steps to isolate common creaks and pops on your mountain bike. Even if you can’t completely isolate your issue being able to articulate what you’ve eliminated is extremely helpful. BikeCo.com bikes and frames are prepped to minimize noise which improves performance as well as longevity. Our attention to detail on pivots, bearings, and interfaces is second to none. BikeCo Frame Prep service is included with the price of any frame or complete.   Sidenote: the [...]

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Identify Hard to Find Mountain Bike Creaks

Learn how to Identify Hard to Find Mountain Bike Creaks with Joe Binatena     BikeCo.com’s Joe Binatena helps walk riders through some of the hard to find as well as lesser known creaks in mountain bikes. Don’t let your bike’s creaks shorten your frame’s service life. Work to address the annoying noises to better enjoy your rides, increase your bikes performance and maximize its longevity.   *BikeCo.com takes no responsibility for your mechanical aptitude. If you have ANY doubts about your mechanical ability we suggest [...]

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Fixing Bearing Creak on Multi Pivot Suspension Bikes

Fixing Bearing Creak on Multi Pivot Suspension Bikes with Joe Binatena   Have you been fighting a mystery creak, chirp, or other bizarre noise that can’t be tracked down? Watch BikeCo’s Joe Binatena go through the steps of correcting bearing interface. Take Joe’s advice and check the easy stuff first. If you are still struggling to find the cause of your noise these steps may save you a lot of heartache, hours of searching, and potential damage on your frame.   *BikeCo.com takes no responsibility [...]

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Adjusting Fox Forty Triple Clamp Alignment

Adjust your Fox Forty Fork’s Triple Clamp Alignment Watch BikeCo.com’s Joe Binatena explain the best practice for adjusting your Fox Forty Fork triple clamp. Adjusting your fork using Joe’s method will provide the smoothest operation and best performance.   *BikeCo.com takes no responsibility for your mechanical aptitude. If you have ANY doubts about your mechanical ability we suggest using a competent resource for bike service. These tips are posted to help riders with specific issues. In the event you are unable to competently [...]

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Trimming Zip Ties Flush

BikeCo Tips In Sixty – Trimming Zip Ties Flush     Ok – we’re putting a disclaimer on this one – if you’re not allowed around scissors don’t try this. If you are allowed near things with sharp edges here is a quick way to cleanly cut zip ties for improved looks and no sharp edges to cut yourself on later. What To Do Trimmed zip tie edges can be amazingly sharp. Sometimes even flush cut pliers leave enough of an edge to slice you [...]

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Burp Your MTB Fork & Lube Seals

BikeCo Tips In Sixty – Burp your MTB Fork & Lube Seals for Maximum Performance Does your fork feel slappy or sticky between services? Some forks are more likely to off gas or gulp air past the seals building up pressure in the lowers. This creates additional negative spring pressure. A great trick to maximize small bump compliance as well as minimize arm pump and hand slap is occasionally burping the lowers. What To Do Ensure that your fork legs and seals are clean. Insert [...]

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