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PUBLIC Service


Every bike needs some TLC from time to time, so we’ve set up a special PUBLIC Service program in the Bay Area to help keep your bike in shape and to help make your rides enjoyable, safe, & fun. Below are our recommended service options. . We provide full service on any PUBLIC bike. So hit us up and then come on down - this is money well spent.

  • $40

    Recommended:
    2 - 5 months after purchase

    If you’ve had your bike for a few months and haven’t taken it in yet it’s probably about time for a quick tune-up. In the quick tune-up we adjust your brakes and gears, as well as lube all the moving parts.

    Includes:
    • Adjust brakes
    • Adjust shifting
    • Lube chain & cables

  • $75

    Recommended:
    6 months after purchase

    Is your bike squeaking, creaking or just not working the same as when it was new? It’s probably time for a tune-up. We recommend that you give your bike a full service every 6 months.

    Includes:
    • Adjust front and rear brakes
    • Adjust shifting
    • True wheels
    • Adjust all bearings
    • Lube chain & cables

  • $100

    Recommended:
    Annually

    If your bike is dirty and needs some maintenance, this is the package for you. This can be done any time, but is necessary at least once a year.

    Includes:
    • Adjust front and rear brakes
    • Adjust shifting
    • True wheels
    • Adjust all bearings
    • Lube chain & cables
    • Apply rust inhibitor on bolts and spokes
    • Clean crank, chain, cassette, derailleurs

FAQs

When can I drop my bike off?
Please call our Hayes Valley store to make an appointment for a mechanic to look at your bike and discuss what service it needs.

How long will it take?
Many repairs can be completed within 1-3 days, depending on the type of service. If spare parts are needed it may take several days to order. Our mechanics will give you a time and cost estimate after inspecting your bike.

Can I drop in and leave my bike with you?
It's always a good idea to contact us before coming down. We are happy to take a look at your bike at any time if you drop by, but we may save you some time by diagnosing and troubleshooting over the phone.

Where can I drop my bike off?
All services are done at our Hayes Valley store at 549 Hayes Street in San Francisco.

Will you fix my bike even if it’s not a PUBLIC?
We are equipped to service PUBLIC bikes, but we may not have the tools or parts required to service other types of bikes.

 

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