Basic: $50 - the perfect maintenance package for any cyclist who wanting the bike to run smoothly on a regular basis.
Bike wash and clean drivetrain
Adjustments to front and rear brakes
Adjustments to front and rear derailleur
Performance: $100 - this package is ideal as a prep for race season or before your big local charity ride; recommended semi-annually.
All of the basic +
Front and Rear Hub adjustment
Headset check and adjustment
Premium: $175 - simply put, this package is a break down and rebuild of your bike. We recommend this service annually to keep your bike running like new.
All of the basic and premium +
Replace shifting and brake cables and cable housing (cable costs included in package)
Front and rear hub overhaul (excluding any additional parts cost)
Bottom bracket overhaul (excluding additional parts)
New bar tape (basic wrap)
Inspection of bearings
À la Carte Services:
We provide a full range of à la carte services, from crash checks to new chain installs to packing your bike for shipment. Please call us if you have questions regarding any of our add on service charges.
Our main objective: to provide the quality care your bike needs for you to ride with peace of mind. Our staff believes in providing unparalleled customer service and is committed to keeping you on your two wheels.
James has been in the bike industry over 7 years. Working as our head mechanic, James services our customers’ bikes as though they were his own. He provides top-level service, pays attention to the details, and is a great listener.
Chris Daigle comes to the Meteor with 40 years of mechanic experience. Having just moved to Little Rock from Louisiana where he ran a mobile repair service, Chris also worked as a cycling instructor for Lafayette Parish School Board. He has extensive experience in bicycle fitting, and is a graduate of Barnett’s Bicycle Institute Elite Technician’s course with honors. A former bike racer and coach, Chris now enjoys teaching what he's learned through mechanic classes, bicycle riding and defensive riding courses, as well as teaching other instructors through the League of American Bicyclists.