Bike Repair Philadelphia

Bike Maintenance & Repair

Whether you’re riding a vintage hand-me-down that needs a complete overhaul or a brand-new road bike in need of a pre-race tune, you can expect top-notch quality service from our team of expert mechanics. We offer a variety of well-priced packages as well as custom repairs.

For questions, or to schedule service, please contact us through email, for Glenside: glensideservice@keswickcycle.com or for University City: Ucityservice@keswickcycle.comor give us a call at Glenside: 215-885-7433 or University City: 215-387-2453

Service Rates

Brake Adjust (each) - $15

Brake Adjust (pair) - $25

Chain Install - $10

Derailieur Adjust (each) - $15

Derailieur Adjust (set) - $25

Flat Repair (off) - $5

Flat Repair (on) - $10

Pedal Install - $5

Rack Install - $25

Saddle Install - $5

Wheel True Level 1 - $10

Wheel True Level 2 - $20

LABOR RATES DO NOT INCLUDE THE COST OF PARTS AND/OR ACCESSORIES

Standard Tune

$79.99

  • Precision adjustment of all components
  • Minor wheel truing
  • External lubrication of all components

Total Tune

$124.99

  • Solvent tank cleaning of drive train components
  • Precision adjustment of all components
  • Lateral and radial wheel truing

Overhaul

$249.99

  • All components removed, cleaned, inspected, lubricated and reinstalled
  • Fresh grease and bearings installed
  • New cables and housing
  • Road handlebars wrapped
  • New grips (if applicable)
Family Riding Bikes

KESWICK CYCLE SERVICE POLICY*

You’ve just purchased your new bicycle, but what about maintenance? Keswick Cycle keeps you worry-free by offering a 5-year service policy for just $99.99. That’s the same price as just one tune-up!

Perks: Unlimited Standard Tune-Ups for 5 years, Covers the $10 service charge to fix a flat (you just buy the tube) for 5 years

CARING FOR YOUR BICYCLE : MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

Keep your bike in top shape by following our suggested maintenance plan.

Every Ride

  • Pump tires (follow the recommended PSI stamped on the sidewall of your tire)
  • Perform pre-ride safety check (air, brakes, quick release)

Weekly

  • Lube chain
  • Check handlebars, stem, crankarms, seat/seatpost for mounting security
  • Check both wheels for alignment and loose spokes
  • Check both tires for tread wear

Monthly

  • Inspect chain, cogs, pulleys, cables, housings, and brake pads for wear
  • Lubricate shifting components
  • Check all components and accessories for mounting security

Annually

  • Replace bearings and grease
  • Replace chain and/or worn cogs
  • Check frame and fork alignment
  • Provide rust protection for steel frames and forks