Can you explain the difference between a tune-up and a full overhaul? Thanks.
Bryce asked on Sep 30, 2013
From Cycle Dynamics: "A tune-up is when I lube the moving parts, and play with the adjustments on the spokes. I adjust the brakes and bottom brackets. I adjust the shifting and everything is properly checked and tensioned. If items like the headset, bottom bracket, and hub need to be replaced that is another labor charge. This usually takes an hour and a half. As far as a full overhaul, I remove everything on the bike. I take it completely apart piece by piece. I check, clean, grease and put everything back together. This usually takes about 6-7 hours on average." I hope that helps!
Sammy T. from Groupon replied on Oct 1, 2013