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Happy New Bike Day!

We know you’ll love your new ride! Please enjoy complimentary adjustments for the next 30 days. Why not be proactive and book your 30 day service now?

Free adjustments include:
- Sizing and comfort adjustment (saddle height, handlebar height, etc)
- Shifting and braking adjustments
- Wheel tensioning

Your first service is on us!
All bikes require regular maintenance and care to perform at their highest level. Every new bicycle purchased from SRB includes a free Level 1 service package (or equivalent labour credit) within the first year of ownership.

This service includes:

  • Checking that every nut and bolt on your bike is torqued to specification
  • Adjusting your shifting and braking to perfection
  • Truing the wheels to remove any wheel wobble
  • Lubricating the chain and inflating the tires
  • Checking that all bearings are running smoothly and are adjusted properly

Have questions? Just ask!
You can always ask one of our service advisors or sales staff for a quick lesson.
We are happy to teach you:
- How to clean and lube your drivetrain
- How to inflate your tires
- How to perform a pre-ride safety check

Visit us in store, give us a call at 519-824-9371, or email

Thanks again, and we can't wait to help you keep your bike in great shape! 

Tubeless Wheels!

If your bike came with tubeless tires, what does that mean?

  • Simply, they are more flat resistant than a standard tubed tire and do NOT have a tube in them. 

More info? Read all about it here on Stan's No Tubes website and here on Pinkbike.

What do I need to do to maintain my Tubeless system?

  • Check your air pressure with a floor pump or tire pressure gauge before every ride.
  • Refresh your tubeless fluid every 3-6 months
Looking to install or refresh your tubeless tires at home? Here’s a quick guide courtesy of Stan's No Tubes.

Accessories to make the ride even better!

The bicycle is a remarkable machine, and when paired with the right accessories, the ride can be enhanced even further. Here are links to suggested accessories categorized by style of bike: