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Repaired Specialized Tarmac

Premium Carbon Repair

We've built bike frames from scratch and we've worked in bicycle manufacturing from start-ups to established global brands. We are the official repair center of Allied Cycle Works and trusted by other major manufacturers to repair their frames. We know how bike frames are manufactured and we know how to repair them properly. We don't build frames or focus on fancy paint jobs; we simply offer the highest quality repairs and paint restorations possible. 

Check out our gallery and our Instagram page to see how we do things.

Our work speaks for itself.

Over the last 15+ years we have developed a unique repair method that allows us to maintain the same size and shape of a tube while also maintaining the wall thickness and structural integrity of the repaired section. It takes a little longer than the way most others do it, but we believe the extra effort is worth the peace of mind that comes with knowing the repair is solid.

We use industry standard techniques to ensure your frame is safe and strong. Damaged areas are meticulously prepared by removing any compromised material before new carbon fiber is applied according to a layup schedule specific for your frame and then compressed for the duration of the curing process, just like when it was manufactured. 

Learn more about our repair prices below, then get in touch with us. We're always happy to chat through the repair process with you and explain why we do things the way we do.

Fast Turnaround

Normal turn-around time is 1-2 weeks for unpainted repairs and 3 weeks including paint, graphics, and logo restoration. Expedited services available upon request.

Lifetime Warranty

We offer a lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship. You can ride with confidence after our repairs.

Free Assessments

We never charge for an evaluation. If you decide not to repair the frame once it arrives at our facility, we'll even offer to buy your frame from you.

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Level 1                    $250-$350

A small chip that does not have large area of damage surrounding the impact spot and only requires a small patch.

wrapped tube

Level 2                    $400-$500

A crack or break in a tube such as the seatstay, chainstay, seat tube, downtube, or top tube that is at least an inch or more away from a complex joint and requires a full wrap of the tube.

vacuum bagged headtube

Level 3                    $550-$650

A complex repair of an intricate area such as the headtube, bottom bracket, seat tube cluster, or dropouts that requires a more labor intensive repair process to ensure structural integrity while maintaining the original shape.

Chainstay protector on Pinarello

Extras                    Get A Quote

We do a lot of frame repairs, but we can also create one piece bar/stem combos, extend seatposts or seatmasts, add or repair water bottle bosses, replace dropouts, make chainstay protectors, and much more.

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