At Trinity Bikes, we go over and beyond to keep your bike in top running condition. Our staff and mechanics have the proper training to keep you and your bike performing the way it should. At Trinity Bikes our goal is to have a fast, efficient and successful Service Department. We offer quick turn around times on service and helpful advice on what you may need or want to keep you enjoying your riding experience.
Why your bike needs regular service
Your bike has a lot of little moving parts that work together to give you an awesome riding experience. Over time, particularly if you’re putting on a lot of miles, those parts can get dirty, grimy, gritty, and gross.
And when that happens, the parts on your bike start to make noises and wear out, which can lead to less enjoyable rides, potential breakdowns, unsafe riding, and costly replacements. To ensure your bike lasts as long as possible, you should have a professional technician give it some regular love and attention.
We service bikes of all makes and models. Whatever you ride, wherever you ride—we can help you extend your bike’s life and get the most fun out of it.
How do I know when my bike needs service?
If you can hear more than the wind while you’re riding, your bike needs some love! Some other signs are squeaky brakes, clicking or grinding, and disjointed or difficult shifting.
How often should I get my bike serviced?
Most bikes need service for every 25 hours of riding time. So, if you ride about three hours each week, you should get your bike serviced every two months. Service at this interval will keep you riding smoothly and help your bike’s parts last.
I don’t even get my car serviced that often!
Most of your car’s parts are internal, but everything on your bike is exposed to the elements. General wear and tear and debris from the roads and trails can affect the way your bike’s parts work, but regular service keeps you rolling smoothly.
Nothing’s broken, so why would I need service?
Bike service is about making sure everything works flawlessly when you want to ride—and, most importantly, it’s about making sure you can ride confidently. Waiting until something breaks could end up being far more costly than regular service.
When’s the best time for service?
Winter is the perfect time for service. You’re probably riding your bike less, turnaround time is faster in this season, and servicing your bike in winter will ensure you’re ready to ride when sunny spring weather arrives.
Multiple service levels
We offer various levels of service depending on your specific needs, from cleaning and lubricating your bike’s moving parts to completely breaking your bike down and rebuilding it.