For services not listed, please contact me through the form or phone number below.
Singlespeed/ kid's bike tune
Includes a full bike safety inspection and bolt check, brake adjustments, minor wheel true (on bike) , chain lube, frame wipe down or bike wash as needed.
Includes a full bike safety inspection and bolt check, brake and derailleur/shifting adjustments, hub, headset and bottom bracket adjustments, minor wheel true (on bike) , chain lube, frame wipe down or bike wash as needed and test ride.
Includes everything in the Basic Tune plus: tubeless sealant top-off, brake bleed, major wheel true (on stand) and bike wash.
*add disassembly and ultrasonic cleaning of drivetrain for $40
All components of the bike are removed. Ultrasonic cleaning of the drivetrain, hubs, headset and bottom bracket are serviced. New brake/derailleur cables and housing are installed. Brake bleed for hydraulic brakes. Wheels are trued and remaining bike components are then cleaned before bike reassembly.
full suspension pro tune
Includes everything in the Overhaul plus: front suspension lower service and rear shock air canister service. Rear end/linkage is disassembled, pivots, bearings and bushings are cleaned and inspected. *linkage parts and labor extra if replacements are needed.
A LA CARTE SERVICES
Wheel build - $60
Wheel build + unlacing - $70
Wheel dish + truing - $40
Wheel truing - $15
Front/rear spoke replacement - $20
MTB/Road tubeless wheel setup - $15
Tube/tire install - $10
Hydraulic brake bleed front or rear - $25
Fork lower leg service - $60
Rear shock air can service - $30
Fox Float X2 spring/damper rebuild - $80
Rock Shox Reverb service - $80
KS Lev service - $50
Specialized Command Post service - $50
about the cove bike shop
My name is Andy Demaline and I am proud to open The Cove Bike Shop for bicycle tuning and repair. My professional career as a bike mechanic started in 2002, but I was working on my own bikes well before then. What started as riding BMX as a kid in Ohio, transitioned to mountain biking once I moved to Colorado in 2002. My passion for riding over the years has only grown, and so has my desire to open my own shop to help keep your bikes ride-ready.
The bike industry is constantly evolving: new components, updated geometry and suspension, and there's an always growing list of wheel sizes to name a few. Working on a variety of bikes over the last 17 years has brought on many challenges and learning experiences, but that's what I love about it. Like skiing or photography (a few of my other hobbies), you can pick up the basics fairly quickly, but it really takes a lifetime of learning and doing to stay relevant.
My business is based out of the Summit Cove neighborhood in Dillon, CO, working out of my garage. I offer a number of tune options as well as individual services.