How Much Does a Bike Tune Up Cost?

A bike tune-up is very similar to a car tune-up and is suggested every six months.  A tune-up usually, at a minimum, involves checking the tires, brakes, the chain and the gears for multi-speed bikes.

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How much does a bike tune-up cost?

What's Included?The Average Price
- Wheel truing
- Adjusting the brakes
- Tune gears
- Drivetrain lubrication
- Tighten all bolts
- Tire inflation
- Minor adjustments
- Visual inspection
$30 to $60
Everything in first, plus:
- Bearing adjustments
- Cleaning
$50 to $80
Everything in top two, plus:
- Deeper cleaning session
- Spoke re-tensioning
- Wheel truing
$80 to $150
Everything above, plus:
- 100% disassembly with cleaning.
- Re-greasing all bearings
- Advanced inspection
$150 to $275

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