Already? Man, you must be beating on that bike.carlos91 said:to get a tune up and the wheels to be trued how long does that take usually?!?
weaksaucecarlos91 said:im gonna tell them the gears are skipping so they can clean my drivetrain .
Depends totaly on the shop and how busy they are. This is peak riding season so it might take up to a week. The past couple of months we've been between 2 and 4 days out for repairs at the shop. We usually try for a 24 hour turn around, just ain't been happening this year. It always helps to call before you bring the bike in and see where there sitting. Just let em know you need the bike by the weekend and would that be possible. Keep in mind the sooner you get it in the sooner you get it back. Once it's in the stand if there's nothing major going on, a tune and true takes about an hour. Of course that depends on how extensive the tune is. Just do your mechanica a favor and clean the mud and crud off the bike before you bring it in. Working on a gritty or muddy bike is a PIA and often requires cleaning before work can be done. Makes it take longer too.carlos91 said:to get a tune up and the wheels to be trued how long does that take usually?!?
Clean it yourself , don't be a tool .carlos91 said:im gonna tell them the gears are skipping so they can clean my drivetrain lol
:thumbsup:AZ.MTNS said:Clean it yourself , don't be a tool .
Must be talking about Knight Bikes. Excellent shop. I used to race BMX for Bob's team back when he had his other shop, Bike Botique, in Homestead. I wish they could get Specialized, because I've done business with them for years, but I had to get my current bike from another shop. For service you can't go wrong with this shop.Biohazard74 said:I go to the shop here by my house in Cutler Bay and they do it for me while I wait. I go for a stroll through the mall and in 30 minutes I'm ready to go.