BIKES AND BRANDS WE SERVICE
We service all bikes! All brands, all years, and every type of bikes. 1, 2 or 3 wheels.
FREE REPAIR ESTIMATES
Over the phone, it's difficult to estimate how much your bike repair will cost. Bring in your bike to our Cool Springs location located near Brentwood and Franklin in Nashville, TN and we will happily estimate how much your repair will cost at no charge to you.
R.B.'s Cyclery has a great $50 Tune-Up to meet the needs of all Road, MTB, Triathlon and Casual cyclist.
R.B.'s Tune-Up includes:
- Wipe down frame
- Adjust shifting on the front and rear derailleurs
- Adjust front and rear brakes
- Safety Check
- Lubricate Drivetrain
- Test Ride
INDIVIDUAL REPAIR SERVICES
Maybe your bike doesn't need a "Tune-Up". No problem! R.B.'s Cyclery also provides individual repair services from simple shifting adjustments to complicated suspension rebuilds.
Adjust Rear Derailleur - $12
Adjust Front Derailleur - $12
Install New Derailleur Cable - $8
Align Rear Derailleur Hanger - $25
Adjust Brake (each) - $10
Replace Brake Pads (pair) - $8
Install New Brake Cable - $8
Bleed Hydraulic Brake (each) - $20
Size and Install Chain - $12
Install New Cassette - $10
Install New Crank and BB - $40
Creak / Noise Diagnostic - $65/hr
BICYCLE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Keep your bike in tip-top condition this season. Routine and scheduled maintenance helps parts last longer and perform better too. Below is a schedule of bicycle maintenance that applies to most all bikes. We teach a FREE basic bike maintenance class the first Saturday of every month at 4 pm. You can find more info about the class here
|Bicycle Maintenance Schedule|
|Service to Perform||Daily||Weekly||Monthly||Quarterly||Yearly|
|Check / Adjust Brakes||x|
|Check / Adjust Headset||x|
|Tension of Important Bolts||x|
|Wash Bike Clean Drivetrain||x|
|Replace Cables and Housing||x||x|
|Replace Handlebar Tape or Grips||x||x|
|Replace Brake Pads||x|
|Replace Pedal Cleats||x|
|Replace Tubeless Sealant||x|
R.B.'s CYCLERY ROADSIDE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE CLASS
WHO: Everyone! Class is FREE.
DATE: First Saturday of every month. NO CLASSES OFFERED NOV - FEB
TIME: 4:00 - 5:30pm
WHERE: Here at our store R.B.'s Cyclery
BRING: Your bike. This is a hands-on class.
DONATE YOUR OLD BIKE, SAVE 10% ON A NEW BIKE
R.B.'s Cyclery wants to give back to the Nashville community with your help.
- Bring your old bike to one of our stores.
(Adult, Kids, Road, MTB, Hybrid, all types accepted. Bike must be complete, no missing parts.)
- We will then donate that bicycle to the Oasis Bike Workshop in Nashville, TN. This organization passes on your bike to youth in the Nashville area. These youth then tear-down and rebuild your donated bike in a 6 week bike repair / building class.
- Next pick out any new bike we sell in our store and take 10% off the price. ***10% discount does not apply to sale bikes.
- Its a win-win deal for everyone!
R.B.'s MECHANIC WRENCHES AT TRIATHLON WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
In the Vitoria town square. The greenest city in Spain for its many parks. The city was beautiful. Honestly, a park on every other corner and boulevard. Gelato shops were everywhere. I probably had ice-cream twice a day. When in Spain, do as the Spainards.
Last Week I had the awesome opportunity to be the mechanic for the USA Triathlon National Team at the Long Distance Triathlon World Championships. Athletes from all over the world traveled to Vitoria, Spain to compete in this (2.5mi swim, 75mi bike, and a 18.5mi run) triathlon. A little over 100 US athletes competed in Vitoria. Most of the participants were age-group amatuer athletes along with a few elite professionals.
Once the race was over, we drank good wine, ate some great food, packed all the bikes into boxes, and headed home. I had a great time in Vitoria and met some incredible athletes. I would like to thank USA Triathlon for the awesome opportunity and hope to be invited again next year to the 2013 World Championships.
Trying to stay warm with David Slavinski the morning of the triathlon. David is a super guy and had a great race! 1st overall in the male 40-44 age group. World Champ.
Overall race winner Chris McCormack from Australia finished the race in 5:29. I was lucky enough to have a great view of his transition onto the bike.