First: Where is Standard Bike Repair?

Fixing your bike at Standard Bike Repair is wonderful and great because you get to participate. You will learn how to maintain and safety check your bike in the course of an hour with Ryan.

Second: What is Standard Bike Repair?

    Third: What else do we do?

    • We build bike shops and bike repair stations.
    • We build bikes from scratch with you.
    • We offer wheel building services.
    • Do we have new bike parts for sale at the shop? Yes.
      • We carry one of all “standard” bike parts. If your bike is “somewhat normal”, we probably have the replacement part if need be.
    • Do we have used bike parts? Yes.
      • Ryan spends a lot of time categorizing and keeping track of various vintages and types of bike parts. Call or stop by for current part selection.
    • Can we fix your bike “on-the-spot”? Yes
      • Best to set up a time in advance, call or email Ryan
        • (720) 837 – 8984
        • ryan@standardbikerepair.com

    What are the hours?

    • Standard Posted Hours: Monday through Friday 11am to 5pm.
      • Saturdays from 11am to 3pm. Closed on Sundays.
      • Is it possible to make appointments for weekday mornings or evenings? Yes.

    Conclusion: What is the value?

    • Ryan is willing to fix all types of bikes.
    • He is willing to fix the bike “on-the-spot” with you.
    • When you participate in a Watch/Help/Learn, it is cheaper than dropping it off, because Ryan prices it that way. He realized that he can more bikes in a week “on-the-spot” than a “long queue of bikes”. Thus, it is “more efficient” to offer repair in the form of Watch/Help/Learn. And if it is “more efficient”, it means “less expensive for you”.
    • When you fix “on-the-spot”, you don’t need to wait a week for your bike.
    • When he started the bike shop, six years ago, he didn’t know how to fix bikes. He learned the hard way: lots of practice as an adult. As such, he has been humbled. This translates into a friendlier experience at a bike shop than the “bike snobbery” that has plagued potentially great bike shops.
    • He is willing to teach you. Some things are easy to remember.
    • By participating, you will have a “healthier understanding” of “what can go wrong on a bike”. Some of it is easy to fix. Some of it, is simply “knowing when to take it into the mechanic”.
    • If you only need “one or two things”, paying by the hour, is even more economical than a “standard drop-off tune-up”.
    • If you participate, Ryan will ask you questions about “how you use the bike”. Ryan will tailor the bike’s tune-up to your needs.
    • Standard Bike Repair is about participating in the tune-up to make your bike better.
    • It is also easier “to control the price of your tune-up” when you participate.
    • There are “hours” for Standard Bike Repair, but really “anything is game” when you make an appointment in advance.
    • You won’t remember everything that happens in a Watch/Help/Learn, but you will remember enough for you to feel better about your bike. You will have greater command of your bicycle.
    • You will learn how a bike is “supposed to feel”. A well-tuned bike is pleasant to ride.