Service Department

Time for a Tune Up?

Ridley’s Cycle is home to a certified, comprehensive service department staffed by expert mechanics. Whether it’s fixing a flat or overhauling your bike before race day, our techs are always here to keep you rolling. We pride ourselves on providing the best possible service, no matter the bike, and we offer a range of repair packages to ensure that you’re able to keep your bike performing at its best.

Bicycle Repair & Service Menu

Basic Tune

$99.99
  • Perfect for any bike that needs tuning, but without extensive parts replacement or overhauling.
  • Check & adjust shift systems
  • Check & adjust brake systems
  • Lubricate drive train
  • Adjust bearing systems
  • Lateral wheel true
  • Inflate tires to appropriate pressure
  • Light cleaning
  • Test ride

Performance Tune

$179.99 - $199.99
  • Perfect for a well-loved bike that needs a little extra TLC. Includes a Basic Tune plus: 
  • Full drivetrain cleaning (drivetrain parts removed from bike and completely degreased, cleaned and reinstalled)
  • Detailed bike cleaning
  • Additional in-depth wheel truing including radial truing and tensioning as necessary
  • Firmware update for electronic shift systems (when applicable)
  • Tubeless sealant refresh (when applicable)
  • Inspection and articulation of linkage bearing systems
  • Installation of additional parts/accessories i.e. tires, cables/housing, handlebar tape

Overhaul

$269.99 - $399.99

Perfect for a bike that needs in-depth tuning and service. Includes a Performance Tune plus:

  • Suspension overhauls
  • Brake bleeds
  • Inspection and cleaning of linkage bearing systems, and replacement of up to two bearings**
  • Replacement of headset, hub, and bottom bracket bearings as necessary
  • DU bushing replacement as necessary
  • Spoke replacement (up to 3)
  • Tubeless refresh

*Complete linkage bearing overhaul available for an upgraded cost of $75, plus the cost of replacement bearings

Suspension Services

Starting at $49.99
  • Our Suspension Services include:
  • Front fork
  • Rear shock
  • Dropper seat post

Drive Train Clean

$69.99
  • Only $49.99 with a Basic Tune.
  • Removal & cleaning of chain
  • Removal & cleaning of chainrings
  • Removal & cleaning of cassette
  • Removal & cleaning of derailleurs

Free New Bike Service Checks

Bought a new bike from Ridley’s Cycle? Good news: we’ve got your back. While we strive to send every rider out the door on a flawless bike, we know that sometimes things can come out of adjustment. That’s why for the first two years that you own your bike, we will cover all minor adjustments as often as needed, at no cost to you. Need a derailleur adjustment and some fresh chain lube? You’re covered. Just need some air in your tires and the reassurance of an expert once-over? No problem. We’re here to help. 

Shop Wait Time

In Alberta, our peak riding season can be very compact, and getting your bike repaired in a timely manner isn’t always easy. At Ridley's, we want you riding your bike as much as possible! Our shops work on an appointment basis which allows you to drop your bike off the day before your appointment and pick it up the next day. We do our best to always offer 24-hour turnaround with an appointment, except for in cases where replacement parts need to be special ordered.
 
Call early to book, as wait times for appointments can stretch to a few weeks in the peak season (March/April – August/September). That being said, we understand that you can't plan for all bike mishaps. We’re committed to doing our best to get you riding as soon as possible. Please give our service department a call to book your next appointment.

Shop Q & A

In order for the Ridley's Service Department to best serve our customers, we will ask you a few questions when booking your service appointment:

Did You Purchase Your Bike at Ridley's?

Knowing whether your ride was purchased at Ridley's helps us get familiar with your bike's history. The more we know about your bike, the better we can predict accurate service times.

How Old is Your Bike?

An approximate understanding of the age of the bike in question helps determine the technology commonly used in bikes of that era and what parts might be needed to complete your repair.

What Brand Are You Ridin'?

Every brand of bike has its own quirks and best practices. By knowing what brand of bike you ride, we can make sure we have appropriate parts in stock to make sure you're back riding as soon as possible.

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