Central Park Bike Shop Coupons and Deals
A bicycle seems like it's just a mode of transportation until you turn it upside down and realize it's also a wheel for spinning wool into yarn. Tune up your two-wheel with this Groupon. $29 for a Bike Tune-Up ($75 Value) During each tune-up, an expert mechanic aims to restore your bike to like-new functionality. The service includes: Adjustment of the derailleurs, brakes, headset, and wheel hub Lubrication of drive train, brake and shifter cables, seat post, and all pivot points Brushing the chain free of excess grease and dirt Cleaning between sprockets Inflation of tires and minor truing of ...
Your bike powers through rain, battles hills, and—after the occasional mishap—survives oh-so-minor collisions. At Central Park Bike Shop, you can give your ride the TLC it deserves for all its hard work. Brakes a little squeaky? Built-up dirt between your sprockets? Once Central Park’s specialists get their hands on your bike, it’ll feel good as new. Your tune-up includes adjustments to the rear and front derailleurs, rear and front brakes, and headset. They’ll lubricate your drivetrain, seatpost, brake and shifter cables, and every pivot point on your bike. Your tires will be inflated, and to top it all off, they’ll clean your entire bike frame and scrub off any excess dirt and grease on your chain.
Why You Should Go: With winter inching towards an end, your bike could use some T.L.C. and a fresh start from streets filled with salt, slush, and snow. At Central Park Bike Shop, they will give your bike a full tune-up that has you pedaling away with a smile. Why You'll Love It: Central Park Bike Shop takes pride in their outstanding customer service and will have your bike riding like its brand new (well, as close as possible...) A free frame cleaning finishes off your tune-up, making it sparkle and shine like it just came off the assembly line. What You Should Know: Your tune-up includes servicing the front and rear derailleurs and brakes, lubricating the drive train, brake and shifter cables, seat post, and all other pivot points. It also consists of brushing dirt and grease off the chains, cleaning sprockets, inflating tires, adjusting the headset and wheel hubs, and minor truing of wheels...everything your two-wheeler needs to ride smoothly.