- The best bike shops will work on bikes they do not sell.
- Any local bike shop with good reviews and good pricing can likely work on your bike.
- We have a list below, but feel free to call a couple near you to find the best fit!
More and more, bike shops are willing to work on ebikes, even if they do not sell them. For tips on finding a good bike shop for your Ride1UP ebike, please review below!
When searching for a bike shop (for assembly, maintenance or repairs), it may be best to search for "bike shop" rather than "ebike shop"
Some may find this surprising, but many of the components on your new bike do not require an electric-bike technician.
You can search bike shop on yelp or google and contact a local bike shop (that has great reviews and prices) to help you assemble and maintain your bike.
High-end ebike shops will likely sell ebikes and may not want to work on an ebike of a different brand or one not purchased from them. By looking for bike shops instead, you should be able to find a great local bike shop that can assist you for the life of your bike!
Other local bike shops may be intimidated at the thought of working on an ebike. However, we are here to support you and them in troubleshooting or replacing parts as needed. We can assist anyone who is familiar with basic hand tools, carefully following the steps provided, and clearly reporting back the findings (sometimes with pictures and or video). Some shop owners or bike mechanics may not realize this, so it makes a difference if you let them know that our trained support team is available and happy to assist.
We are currently building a network of bike mechanics (below) that are familiar with Ride1UP Ebikes and that a Ride1UP ebike owner reported having a good experience with. If they are in your area, it may be beneficial to reach out to them for a service/assembly confirmation.
*If you have recommendations or updates for our list of mechanics that have done an outstanding job on your Ride1Up Ebike, please share your experience, we appreciate your input!*
REI is an American retail and outdoor recreation services corporation shop with national locations that offers outdoor-oriented services. More importantly, they have a Bike Shop that offers services like assembling eBikes, maintenance/tune ups, and repairs. Click our link above to search for a local REI to bring your Ride1up in for assembly. It is recommended to call your local REI ahead of time and check what services they may offer, before bringing in your Ride1up for assembly, as locations may differ in what services they may offer.
Craig Merrell (Gilbert & Chandler) - Craig's Kruisers
Jon Draheim - Velofix Mobile Mechanics
San Diego Area
Brad Bouffiou (SD East) - Velofix Mobile Mechanics
(619) 376-3302 - email@example.com
San Francisco, Bay Area, North Bay
Charles Himes - Razz Wheels and Bike Repair
900 College Ave. Santa Rosa CA, 95404
(707) 695-0969 - firstname.lastname@example.org
737 Center Blvd, Fairfax, CA 94930
(415) 459-3334 email@example.com
Thai Nguyen - Velofix Mobile Mechanics
(760) 349-6825 - firstname.lastname@example.org
3107 West Colorado Avenue #263,
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80904
eBikes USA - Ride1UP Dealer and assembly service
201 University Blvd Suite 123, Denver, CO 80206
District of Columbia
$75.00 e-bike tune up with a 24 hour turnaround
City Bike Tampa
208 E Cass St,
Tampa, FL 33602
Tarpon Tom's Outdoor Adventure Gear
537 S Pinellas Ave
Tarpon Springs, FL
E-mobilize - We Come To You
Mike Miles - Mobile Bike DoctER
(operates within 200 miles of The Villages, FL)
Are you in FL and looking to rent a bike to test it out?
Check with Frank at villagebikerent.com
Village Bicycle Rental
152 N Lake Shore Dr.
Chicago, IL 60601
Please call or text
The Bike Shop at REI
9755 Northlake Centre Pkwy,
Charlotte, NC 28216
Entire State and New London County
Marcus Orr- Velotooler Mobile Mechanic
Approx. $100 per bike assembly