1.) Visually inspect frame, fork, seat, handlebars and stem for cracks and contact customer if found.

2.) Check suspension and linkages, recommend service or replacement if necessary.

3.) Remove wheels from bike.

4.) Inspect tires for cuts or worn areas and recommend replacement if necessary.

5.) Remove tires (if clincher or tubeless) from rims and true in work stand.

6.) Remove water bottle cage bolts, lube and re-install.

7.) Remove the following from the frame: fork, headset bearings, crank set (remove chain rings from crank, clean and re-install/replace), bearings, handlebars and stem, derailleurs, cables, any additional racks, fenders, frame fittings, etc.

8.) Mark seat height, pull out seat post, wipe down, lube seat post and seat post binder.

9.) Visually, as well as, feel bearings from hubs, headset, bottom bracket, jockey pulleys (recommend replacement as necessary)

10.) Visually inspect handlebars for corrosion under brake/shift levers, take picture and send to customer if bars are not safe.

11.) Re-assemble and set to previously charted measurements with new cables, new housing, and tune shifting.

12.) Adjust bearings in front and rear wheel hub as needed (hubs are overhauled if looseball)

13.) Tighten crank arms.

14.) Tighten/check brake bolts and lube any quick release skewers and ensure they are properly closed.

15.) Lube pedals (Speedplay)

16.) Lube quick release skewers and ensure they are properly closed.

17.) Wipe frame with polish and make not of any areas of concern on bicycle for owner.

18.) Inflate tires/tubes to recommended pressure and sealant as needed.

19.) Adjust brakes, shifting, stretching any cables and bed any disc pads properly.

20.) Test ride bicycle and if possible have customer bring in their cycling shoes when picking up bicycle to check cleat wear.