Quote Originally Posted by PaloAltoCougar View Post
It cost around $240 but was worth every penny as the bike felt brand new on yesterday's ride. Having a bike shop that's competent, trustworthy and reasonably priced is a very good thing.
Couldn't agree with you more. Nothing bother me has much on my bike as some unwanted noise and to have a bike shop that can figure it out is truly a tender mercy.

Quote Originally Posted by Joe Public View Post
Good to know. Any thoughts on bar tape? Is it a commodity, or are some better than others? The tape on my road bike is unraveling, and I'd like to get some new tape on there.
Cincelli tape is cool. A lot of companies make nice bar tape anymore but the day I make up my retro bike it will have Cincelli tape on it.