Bike Service Station with Air Compressor
Our Bike Service Station with Air Compressor is a well designed maintenance station that features a compressor bike pump and essential tool kit. The station can be easily modified to accept a canopy, lighting, logo space or an electric charging point for electric vehicles. The Service Station has been designed to provide a vital service for cyclists, enabling them to repair bikes with minor mechanical problems before continuing their onward journey.
The strong industrial construction and durable galvanised and powder coated steel finish make the Service Station ideally suited for public spaces, bike stations and the work place. Its base plate allows fixing onto most hard, flat and level surfaces.
The compressor saves time and energy spent on manually pumping up tyres and has a dual Presta/Schraeder valve fits all bikes.
Features & Benefits
- Provides a useful facility for cyclists
- Galvanised & powder coated steel, most RAL colours available
- Strong industrial design
- Different positions to support the bike or supports 2 bikes simultaneously
- Dual Presta/Schraeder valve
- Surface mounted with baseplate
- Integrated tool kit with stainless steel cables
- Surfaced fixed
- Can include canopy, lightening, logo space, or EV charging modules.
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Fastening of Parts
All screws should be inspected periodically to ensure that they are sufficiently tight, but not so tight that damage is caused to the threads. It is important to check every element and fasten as required to avoid damage caused by faulty equipment.
Inner Tube Replacement
• Turn the bike upside down so it is resting on its handles and saddle. Change the derailleur to the smallest sprocket to make the job easier.
• Release the brake. Grip it with your hands at first then free the cord (this doesn’t apply in case of disc brakes).
• Open the wheel clamp or loosen the nut on the axle, then remove the wheel.
• Push the tyre levers against the rim then pry the tyre, dragging one lever around the rim to separate it.
• Remove the inner tube.
• You can either fix the inner tube by using the tyre patches, but it is safer to replace the inner tube.
• Inflate the inner tube gradually, but not fully, and place it inside of the tyre starting from putting the valve into the rim.
• Put the tyre bead back on the rim using the lever. Fully inflate the inner tube and the tyre.
• Fit the wheel back onto the bike frame and attach the brake.
• Slowly unfasten the screw keeping the cord on the brake arm.
• Loosen the brake block’s cap while pressing down the brake arm against the disc.
• Check the position of the brake blocks. If they are set at the correct distance from the brake arms, press down both brake blocks against the disc and measure the distance between the end of a cord hook and the other brake arm. It should not be less than 39mm. Ensuring they are at the correct distance prevents friction between the brake arms when braking.
• Now press both brake blocks to the disc while checking the positioning of the brake block. It must me straight and do not cause any friction.
• Put the cord back into the mounting screw. Set the cord. The brake blocks must be 1 to 1.5mm away from the disc. Fasten the cord using the appropriate screw. Fasten the barrel screws on brake handles.
Front Derailleur Adjustment
• Place the bike chain on the back of the largest sprocket and on the front of the smallest sprocket. The derailleur guide should be parallel to the bike chain. If it isn’t, loosen the clamping screw.
• Find two adjustment screws on the derailleur marked as L (low) and H (high). Fasten the L screw. You should stop fastening when the distance from the inner derailleur guide equals 1mm.
• Place the bike chain on the smallest sprockets on both front and rear ends.
• Turn the adjustment screw marked H (high) to the position of a 1mm distance to the bicycle chain.
• Finally, set the cord tension using the regulator in the handle. Make sure that the gears can shift smooth.
Rear Derailleur Adjustment
• Change the gear ratio to the largest sprocket at the front and the smallest sprocket at the rear, then loosen the clamping screw.
• Turn the adjustment screw marked H (high) so that the derailleur wheels are level with the smallest sprocket in the cassette.
• Set the derailleur in the closest position to the wheel, secondly check the position of the derailleur wheels – they should be level with the largest sprocket in the cassette. If they aren’t then adjust their position using the L (low) screw.
• Slacken the cord now and fasten the clamping cap.
• Finally, check whether the gears are shifting smoothly. The bike chain shouldn’t experience any difficulties while moving to the higher sprocket. If it does, then you have to tighten the cord by using adjusters on both ends of the outer casing – on the derailleur side and on the shifter.
Bike Stations with Air Compressors are extremely economic bike stations to install. Quotes are based on your bespoke specification, location, the quantity required and whether you would like any additional modules included.
Please contact us for a quotation, call 02392 81 55 55 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current lead time is 6-8 weeks from receipt of your written purchase order. Extra time may be needed if extensive customisation is required.