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Best Bike Repair & Bike Service in Davis, CA

When you bring in your bike for service, we always start with a free, no-obligation estimate of the work that will be needed. One of our friendly, expert mechanics will discuss any problems you're having with your bike and will carefully explain what work should be done, always respecting your choices and your budget.

Whatever you need - from spoke replacement to brake bleeds, handlebar wrap to wheel builds - our expert mechanics are up to the challenge. Bring in your bike for a free estimate today!

New bikes purchased at Ken's receive a 15% discount on all service work for the original owner

(Initial build quality & familiarity with our brands lead to quicker repairs - so we pass the savings along to you)

Our Basic Bike Service Packages:

Major Tune-Up  

Adjust front & rear hub bearings, headset & crank bearings. Clean, oil & adjust front & rear shifting and braking, including cables & levers. True both wheels (laterally). Inspect/tighten other components & accessories (crankarms, chainwheels, saddle, kickstand, racks, fenders, etc). Test ride & re-adjust as needed.

Most Bikes: $89 + Parts

Recommended interval: 6 to 24 months, depending on quality of bike and frequency of use.

Super Clean & Tune

Look Sharp, Run Smooth! 

Everything in the Major Tune-Up plus: Remove, soak & scrub chain & cassette/freewheel. Remove & inspect tires & tubes. True both wheels completely: spoke tension, roundness, dish & lateral. Clean external surfaces.


Most Bikes: $129 + Parts

Recommended interval: 6 to 24 months, depending on quality of bike and frequency of use.

Total Overhaul

Like a New Bike!

Remove wheels, cables, derailleurs & brakes, then disassemble hubs, headset & bottom bracket. Clean everything thoroughly, replace bearings, cables & worn parts, reassemble & finish with a full tune-up, including everything above! 


Most Bikes: $229 + Parts

Recommended interval: 12 to 48 months, depending on quality of bike and frequency of use.