Servicing

Servicing

Full Service

$ 145
00
  • Includes all of the Check-Over items plus:
  • Wheel Truing (Front and Rear)
  • Grease Cables
  • Drive Train Clean
  • Wash Bike
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Best Value

Check-Over Service

$ 95
00
  • Brake and Gear Adjustment
  • Headset/Bottom Bracket Adjustment
  • Cones/Hubs Adjustment
  • Tighten Handlebar
  • Tighten Gear and Brake Levers
  • Headstem/Tighten Saddle and Seatpost
  • Cranks and Chain Ring Bolts
  • Pedals and Toe Clips/Tighten Axel Nuts/QR
  • Tighten Any Other Parts or Fittings
  • Oil Chain and Check for Wear
  • Check Tyres and Tubes for Wear
  • Correctly Inflate Tyres and FIR Valve Caps
  • Wipe Over Bike

Overhaul/Wash Service

$ 299
00
  • Includes ALL of the Full Service items PLUS a complete strip down, clean, and re-grease of all the serviceable parts of the bicycle.
  • NOTE: We will generally replace most cables, casing, bearings, and any other worn parts in the overhaul bike service. This will add additional costs
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When should I get my bike serviced?

When should I get my bike serviced? We get this question a lot.

We offer 12 months free servicing with every bike sold at Lawrencia Cycles. We always recommend coming in and getting your bike serviced by one of our brilliant mechanics within the first three months of riding. Like a car, the first service is the most crucial. From assembly of your brand new bike to the first service a lot of stretching and settling happens. We also recommend during those first few months that you check over your bike to make sure everything is nice and tight! If you notice that the gears are not as responsive or the brakes are not working as they should then bring your bike in earlier.

After the first service is done we recommend that you get a Check-Over Service done on your new bike every 3-4 months of riding, and a Full Service yearly.

Signs that my bike needs a service

We always recommend proper upkeep of your bike. A well looked after bike not only serves you well, but also saves you money. Prevention is almost always cheaper than a cure!
If you are seeing the below signs then it is time to get your bike serviced:

  • Brakes not engaging quickly/ lever is spongy
  • Chain is squeaking
  • Chain is falling off chainring/sprocket, this should never happen
  • Gears are making grinding sounds/gears not changing smoothly
  • Any odd sounds like squeaking, any wobbles or creaks. These sounds should be looked into immediately as they are usually an easy fix but can lead to an expensive overhaul if left