Expired Hot Deals

[Bateman's Bicycle Company] Early Bird Bicycle Tune-up - $45

  • Last Updated:
  • Jan 27th, 2018 2:13 pm
[OP]
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Jul 5, 2001
5852 posts
3409 upvotes

Early Bird Bicycle Tune-up - $45

Deal Link:
Price:
$45
Expiry:
February 28, 2018
Retailer:
Bateman's Bicycle Company
Image

PRODUCT DETAILS
Bateman's Standard Tune-up (Labour)
Pre-purchase tune-up labour for yourself or a friend!

We will check and adjust brakes, gears, Minor Bearing Adjustment, Lubrication of chain & external pivot points. Covers installation of basic wear items, replacement parts and additional labor is extra.

Drop off your bike the night before or the morning of you appointment before 12:00 noon.

We will discuss your repair with you and make sure you're aware of any parts or extra labour your bike may need.

Once the repair is agreed on, we will work on your bike and contact you within 24 hours to let you know your bike is ready for pick-up.

Features and Information
Adjust front and rear brakes
Adjust front and rear derailleurs
Drivetrain inspection including gears and chain
Minor Bearing Adjustment
Lubrication of chain & external pivot points
Wipe down of frame and fork
Inflate tires to recommended PSI
Safety inspection and test ride
Covers installation of basic "wear" items (brakes, chain, etc)
8 replies
Sr. Member
User avatar
Jan 20, 2011
967 posts
551 upvotes
Montreal-Ouest, QC
I usually pay 40$ to tune my bike all year long..
Paying full price for an item is a sin. :twisted:
Deal Addict
User avatar
Apr 17, 2005
4240 posts
954 upvotes
Kitchener
Tuning up your own bike is 70% of the fun!

Problem arises when you have too many bikes though.
This space is intentionally left blank.
Sr. Member
User avatar
Jul 13, 2009
793 posts
100 upvotes
Thanks!
Too far for me though.

Tangent: What's the usual price for a bicycle tune-up?
And is replacing a pedal usually included or extra? I'm assuming a pedal is around $15-25?
Cell plans - anything more than $10/gb is a ripoff.
Member
Dec 3, 2010
470 posts
327 upvotes
Toronto
Who would pay 45 for a bike tune-up? You could do most of those items faster than the time required to drop off and pick up your bike.
Member
Dec 3, 2010
470 posts
327 upvotes
Toronto
ChappyHappy wrote:
Jan 26th, 2018 11:07 pm
Thanks!
Too far for me though.

Tangent: What's the usual price for a bicycle tune-up?
And is replacing a pedal usually included or extra? I'm assuming a pedal is around $15-25?
Get a wrench and do it yourself. Left pedal is reverse threaded.
Member
Mar 13, 2017
286 posts
267 upvotes
Those who do their own maintenance - any recommendations for a decent workstand?

Top