Bicycling is one of the healthiest ways to burn calories while traveling, behind only walking against a moving sidewalk or doing sit-ups while jogging. Keep your fitness-mobile healthy with today's Groupon to Sprockets Bicycle Shop in Denton. Choose between the following options:
- For $17, you get a basic performance-and-safety bike tune-up (a $34.99 value).
- For $34, you get a complete bike overhaul (a $69.99 value).
The coaster craftsmen at Sprockets keep two-wheelers in shape with performance and safety services that keep bikes rolling straight and stopping speedily. The basic performance-and-safety tune-up starts by lubricating the derailleurs, brakes, levers, and chain, ensuring a smooth ride. Wheel whisperers then make finely tuned adjustments to brakes, gears, and bearings. A basic truing scares tires straight, ending their mischievous habit of veering out in front of oncoming marathons.
The complete overhaul includes all the services of the basic tune-up, and adds installation of any needed parts, including hand-happy bar tape, derailleur and brake cables, and housings. Bike techs then thoroughly true wheels on a truing stand and clean and lube drivetrains. A full wipe down and polish following this outpatient procedure leaves frames looking and feeling fully refreshed.
Though the shop is open daily, cycle wardens need appointments only for weekend visits. Customers are free to stick around and watch the Sprocket's spoke doctors work their magic, since the turnaround rate for the basic performance-and-safety tune service lasts approximately one hour. Complete overhauls take two to three hours, although times for all repairs can vary up to a day depending on how busy the shop is and how many ficus are caught in the bike's spokes.
Sprockets Bicycle Shop
At Sprockets Bicycle Shop, a team of cycling gurus equips riders with used or rental bikes, keeps the ones they already own running smoothly, and curates a wide range of accessories that ensure style, safety, and optimal functioning. Their workshop's purview covers the full gamut of bicycle maintenance and assembly, from wrapping handlebars and adjusting brakes to building custom bikes from scratch or using boxes of dehydrated bike mix.