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Trek Bike Store Bicycle Service Department

Bicycle repair and service; from basic tune-ups to derailleur adjustments, flat tires to major overhauls, our state-of-the-art tech center is ready to handle all your repair needs.

We service Trek bikes and all other makes and models of bicycles like Specialized, Fuji, Cannondale, Giant, Jamis, Kona, Surly, Huffy, Murray, and more.

Trek Bicycle Store has the best bike service in the area, and we back it up with our 48-hour Service Guarantee! Bring your bike in and get it back, ready to ride, within 48 hours*. Click below to get all the details.

Come in today for your FREE 25-point Service Check-Over!
Appointments are welcome but not necessary.

48 Hour Service Guarantee   



Complete Disassembly, Cleaning, Lubrication & Reassembly to Protect Your Investment

Removal and Cleaning of Chain, Crank and Cassette

Remove, Clean and Lubricate Bottom Bracket, Headset Components, and Overhaul Hubs (If Applicable)

True Wheels

Brake Cleaning and Adjustment

Derailleur Cleaning and Adjustment

Cable Package (Brakes & Derailleurs)

Handlebar Tape (Bontrager Gel Cork)



Includes the Standard Package plus:

Removal and Cleaning of Chain, Crank and Cassette

Road Bikes:

Includes the Essential Package plus:

Cable Package (Brakes & Derailleurs)

Handlebar Tape (Bontrager Gel Cork)

Mountain Bikes:

Includes the Essential Package plus:

Cable Package (Derailleurs)

Hydraulic Brake Bleed



Brake and Gear Adjustments

True Wheels

Adjust Headset

Adjust Bottom Bracket

Adjust Hubs

Lubricate Chain and Derailleurs

Wipe Down Frame, Derailleurs, Fork and Wheels

Trek Bicycle Store offers a choice of comprehensive service plans to help with the maintenance of your bicycle during your ownership. The TREK CARE plan comes standard with every new bicycle purchased at our shop. We even have a LIFETIME FLATS package which covers a standard replacement tube and labor during the lifetime of the bicycle for the original owner!

Trek Care

FREE with all qualifying bike purchases

Our basic service plan is designed to keep your bicycle performing at its best. Covers minor adjustments and lubrication for 1 year after the purchase

Our Basic Service Plan keeps your investment running

Free Safety Inspections

Front & Rear Shifting Adjustments

Mechanical Braking Adjustments

Lubrication of Drivetrain

Lifetime Flats

Great Value! Starting at $39.99 (With a New Bike Purchase)

Our popular lifetime flat club covers the labor and cost of a tube for the lifetime of your bike.  Bring in your bike anytime with a flat tire and our professional service center will replace the tube at no charge!

Covers standard replacement tube and labor for any flat tire brought in to and repaired by our service center for the original owner for the lifetime of the bicycle.

This plan is available at the time of a new bicycle purchase for $39.99 and also available for $49.99 with any used bike.

Good at any of our locations. 

Lifetime Flat Club

With our popular Lifetime Flat Club never pay for a tube or flat repair again!  Pay only $39.99 to enroll in the program for a new bike, or $49.99 for any used bike!   


Frame PreparationFork InstallationCustom Wheel BuildsAerobar Installation
Tubeless Tire InstallationsDisc Brake BleedsFront SuspensionComprehensive Overhaul
Bicycle AssemblyBicycle ShippingSafety ChecksSaddle Installations
Spoke ReplacementRear Rack & Basket InstallationsPick-up & DeliveryAnd much more!


Chain Life

The chain needs to be replaced more frequently than most expect.
Why? It can prolong the working life of the drivetrain which if damaged can be expensive to replace.

Suggested chain replacement:

  • Road Bike - 1000-1500 miles
  • Mountain Bike - 800-1000 miles (pending riding conditions)

Chainrings & Cassette

The chainring and cassette are two drivetrain components the chain comes in direct contact. If the teeth on the components are hook-shaped, bent or broken they should be replaced. In addition, a worn chain usually warrants chainring and casette replacement.

Cables & Housing

Cables & Housing help keep the bike braking and shifting smoothly. If there's any sign of corrosion, broken strands, fraying or kinking, it's time to replace it.

Tires & Tubes

Tires & Tubes are your vital connection with the road. Look for warning signs such as dry rotting, excessive cuts & tears, punctures, or if the tread is worn leaving a flat spot. Its recommended that tubes be replaced with new tires. If a tube has been patched, it should be replaced. A patched tube should only be used to get you home.

Brake Pads

Brakes are an obvious important safety feature on any bicycle. Most brake pads have a wear indicator line or groove to help tell you when they need to be replaced. If the groove has disappeared or is nearly worn, it's time to replace them. In addition, if braking has become noisy or gritty check with a professional bicycle technician. Disc Brakes: Check for pad wear, scoring or glazing of the rotor. Rotors should be replaced if they develop a wobble or have become bent.