BIKE SERVICE at Trek Bicycle Store of Cape Coral
We will fix your bicycle. Flat Repairs, Adjustments, Tune ups and more.
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 all makes and all models of bicycles.
Appointments are welcome but not necessary.
TREK BICYCLE STORE OF CAPE CORAL SERVICE PACKAGES
Trek Bicycle Store offers a choice of service packages designed to offer bike repair options catered to the recreational cyclist up to the professional athlete. We work on all makes and models of bikes, so bring your busted bike on by and let us fix it!
From our Standard package up to the Complete package, we promise to deliver quality service in a reasonable time frame with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Trek Bicycle Store of Cape Coral 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!
|Frame Preparation||Fork Installation||Custom Wheel Builds||Aerobar Installation|
|Tubeless Tire Installations||Disc Brake Bleeds||Front Suspension||Comprehensive Overhaul|
|Bicycle Assembly||Bicycle Shipping||Safety Checks||Saddle Installations|
|Spoke Replacement||Rear Rack & Basket Installations||Pick-up & Delivery||And much more!|
Pick-up & Delivery service available!
Cape Coral Location Info
900 SW Pine Island Road
Cape Coral, FL 33991
BASIC BICYCLE MAINTENANCE TIPS
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.
Bottom Bracket & Bearings
The Bottom Bracket holds the crank system within the bike frame. If the crank system has become hard to turn, develops a creaking or clunking noise, it might be time to replace it, overhauled, or have the bearings replaced.
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.
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.
Bar Tape & Grips
Handlebar tape and grips help keep the bike under control. Both should be replaced if torn, have become thin, appear to be dried-out, sticky or if gel has leaked out. Checking a few vital components of your bicycle periodically will increase the longevity of your investment and help keep you safe.
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