Bike shops fix everything from rusty bike chains to frames bent by the hooves of vengeful, unemployed horses. Spruce up your mechanical steed with this Groupon.
$25 for a Bicycle Tune-Up ($65 Value)
Skilled technicians lift bikes up to a truing stand to true wheels, align derailleur hangers, lubricate drive chains, tighten bolts, and adjust the brakes, derailleurs, hubs, and headset.
Customers can also use their Groupon value toward a new bicycle, which includes free lifetime bicycle tune-up services.
Reser Bicycle Outfitters
When Jason Reser isn't pouring his energy into advocating for cycling paths, he's sprinting between customers at his Newport shop, Reser Bicycle Outfitters, which was named one of America's best bike shops by the National Bicycle Dealer Association in 2013. At his store, which earned also a Second Best Bike Shop award in CityBeat, despite being located in far off Kentucky, he leads a team of spirited cyclists, proficient technicians, and SICI-certified fitting whizzes. Inside customers will find a plethora of road-, mountain-, city-, and kids' bikes, and the zenith of cycling, the omni-terrain Pugsley. The technicians service all makes and models in onsite repair shops, treating bicycles with everything from basic tune-ups to major overhauls to unproductive psychotherapy sessions. They also measure customers and frames at no more than 40 points to complete custom fittings.
In addition to sales and service, an onsite cycling studio offers coaching by Dr. Kathy Cunningham of Athlete Inside. After training or while you waiting on service, customers can enjoy a cup of Joe at the shop's full-service espresso bar, Trailhead Coffee.
What some people are buzzing about:
97% of 114 customers recommend
“Awesome bike shop, knowledgeable, friendly mechanics, great selection of bikes and accessories.”
“Knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic staff who were happy to help me get my old bike tuned up and didn't try to sell me anything I didn't need or want.”
“Very helpful, outgoing, friendly and appeared to know their business well.”