Minor or Major Bike Tune-Up at Wheel Path Bike Shop (Up to 47% Off)

West End

Value Discount You Save
C$45 44% C$20
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In a Nutshell

Cyclists can get their bikes tuned up with services such as brake and gear adjustments, chain lubrication, and air-pressure checks

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Must use promotion value in 1 visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment Required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

C$25 for a minor bike tune-up (C$45 value)

  • Front and rear brake and gear adjustment
  • Drivetrain check
  • Chain lubrication
  • Air-pressure check and top-off
  • Bike wipe down

C$32 for a major bike tune-up (C$60 value)

  • All of the above services
  • Minor front and rear wheel truing
  • Check and tighten bottom bracket, headset, and front and rear hubs

Bike Styles: What Type of Bike Are You Looking For?

Whether you want one that's stable and comfortable or one meant to turn you into a blur as you fly down trails, bike shops have something that will fit the bill. See which ride is best for you.

A well-stocked bike shop can seem like a wonderland if you roll up as an avid cyclist or a new rider. Although most retailers gladly will let you test-drive as many styles as you like, being able to make a few basic distinctions will help the sales staff point you toward the bike that best matches your lifestyle and penchant for handlebar streamers.

Cruiser: These bikes took off in the 1940s–1950s, and even new ones retain a vintage look: balloon tires, cushy seats, swooping frames, and handlebars that curve invitingly toward the rider. Sturdy, stable, and offering an upright riding position, they can appeal to older riders and anyone preferring a more laid-back pace. They’re best suited to terrain that’s flat—and even sandy—because of the wide tires and full-chain guard.

Mountain Bike: Although they’re ubiquitous in big-box stores, mountain bikes really are designed for those whose rides take them off the road. Wide, knobby tires and frames built to absorb shocks make these bikes the best choice for riding through sand, mud, or rocky areas. Most have at least 15 gears for uphill and downhill ease, but their weight means you won’t build up much speed.

Touring Bike: These bikes are ideal for longer road trips or commutes. Drop bars—handlebars whose ends curve down, away from the rider, and toward the wide-open road—offer a choice of riding positions to avoid achiness, and medium-width tires combine stability with swiftness. If they don’t already come tricked out with accessories, they’ll at least be made to attach front-and-rear racks, full fenders, and water-bottle cages.

Hybrid: With features of both mountain and touring bikes, this popular, relatively inexpensive category of bike also includes so-called comfort and fitness bikes. Their relaxed-frame geometry and upright handlebars make them easy to mount and dismount for riders of all ages. Speed isn’t a primary concern with these friendly machines, but most models have enough gears to handle the hills riders encounter along bike trails or on quick trips around town.

Single Speed: Almost any bike can be made with only one gear, but when most people talk about single speeds, they’re referring to a bike with slim tires and a classic diamond-shaped racing-style frame. Although getting up big hills takes some work, people in flatter areas enjoy single speeds for their easy, intuitive maintenance and potential for velocity—the lack of gears and derailleurs makes for a sleek ride that still can be customized with funky handlebars and bright colour schemes.

Customer Reviews

He was very professional and had quoted a service that he thought I might need but after taking a closer look decided that I actually didn't need it and so never charged me for it. So definitely honest and pleasant to deal with. I will be taking my bike there to service even without a groupon in the future.
Hansee H. · October 7, 2014
Excellent service!
Faye T. · July 2, 2014
Nice people and service :)
Varot W. · June 23, 2014
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    West End

    766 Denman Street

    Vancouver, BC V6G 2L5

    +16043362453

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