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Happy New Bike Day!

...Or maybe you just want to know more about taking better care of a bike you've had for a while! Either way, Goodspeed Cycles is here to help you have the best experience possible riding your bike! If you bought your bike from us you get free basic adjustments for life, but there are some things you can do to imrove your ride and keep your bike running great in between coming in to the store...

Schedule a Bike Fit!

If you bought the bike from us we will make sure you are on the right size bike, guaranteed. There are so many adjustments that can be made to every bike to fine tune it to you and your needs. Schedule a professional bike fit today and spend time in a controlled setting to optimize your comfort and make the best of your time on the bike!

Schedule Your Bike FIt Today!

Join a Maintenance Class!

Scroll down for some really useful videos to help with maintaining your bike, but if you want hands on experience with a Goodspeed mechanic, sign up for our bike maintenance class today! We you will leave with the confidence to handle the majority of roadside repairs you might encounter with a large focus on the most common one, fixing a flat tire.

Join a Maintenance Class!

Check your tire pressure before every ride!

Innertubes are basically balloons, and eventually, lose air. Check your tire pressure often to avoid flats and help prevent tire wear. Your new bike card or the card recieved after service should have your recommended tire pressure, but if you can't track that down, give us a call and we will be happy to help!

Make sure your bike is safe!

A simple run through of your bike can prevent some avoidable issues for your bike and your safety.

Keep that chain lubricated!

DO NOT USE WD-40! Your chain will last longer, perform better and quieter when it is properly lubricated.

Flats happen!

Make sure you have the tools and knowledge to fix one when it does.

Have an e-bike?

Awesome! General bike maintenance applies, but there are a couple additional things you should know.