Much like robots, children, and robotic children, bikes need to be regularly recalibrated to keep them from developing human emotions. Keep your bike performing at its functional, unfeeling best with today's Groupon: for $30, you get a bike tune-up at Ichi Bike (a $60 value).
Ichi Bike’s technicians ensure smooth two-wheeled transport for bicyclists through the tune-up service's complete inspection, adjustment, and lubrication of the vehicle. Tuners start by checking the brakes and gears before inflating the tires until they reach their proper PSI and truing the wheels so completely that they could pass a lie-detector test. Next, headsets, bottom brackets, and axle cones receive an adjustment, and a staffer checks each nut and bolt for tightness. As everyday use can naturally bring about wear and tear, the technician applies lubrication to proper areas of the bike as needed. Though the tune-up includes all necessary repairs to roll the bike back onto the road in safe operating condition, it does not cover the cost of new parts or the bronzing of old training wheels. While waiting for their bikes to undergo treatment, patrons can admire the framed and unframed artwork that hugs vivid orange walls as well as the steer skull that imbues the establishment with a whimsical trace of Western décor.
Ichi Bike’s technicians ensure smooth two-wheeled transport for bicyclists through a complete inventory of custom bicycles and parts, in addition to breathing life into bikes by way of comprehensive tune-ups. The team purveys new bikes as well as parts to keep their current set rolling smoothly, and these wares are available in the shop and Ichi Bike's online store. In the nonvirtual location, framed and unframed artwork hugs vivid, orange walls, and a steer skull imbues the establishment with a whimsical trace of Western décor, making it unnecessary to hang a photo of John Wayne falling off his first unicycle.
100% of 11 customers recommend
“Dan does great work!!”
“Great job! Really appreciate the quick turn around on servicing my bike. Thank you,”