Mobile Bike Repair Servicing Greater Burlington, VT and the Upper Valley


Cowbell bike shop

Mobile bike shop? It’s easier then you think. I work on all types of bikes form complete bike  builds, simple flat repairs and everything in between. Most of my work consists of general tune-ups and keeping my clients bikes running like new but with 23 years of bicycle mechanic experience I can work on any bike out there.  As always estimates are always free.

                           Book appointment – Cowbell arrives and tunes bike – You ride faster


Appointments can be made by email, text or calling. Cowbell can visit your home or office. Get five bikes together and get a discount. Payment is made on the spot with SquareUp. Or an invoice can be sent to your email so you can pay online.  Schedule an appointment with Cowbell and a fully loaded van will arrive stocked with all the common repair parts. A place for everything and everything in it’s place, repairing bicycles inside a cargo van is much more efficient then you might expect. With everything at my fingertips and no distractions I can concentrate on repairing your bike. The picture on the right is my workbench with all the tools where I need them. Foldable road and mountain bike tires are hung near the ceiling and magnetic strips keep the tools secure when traveling.  The van outfit was done by the craftsmen at Progressive manufacturing in West Lebanon, NH. As you can see I have my workstand permanently attached to service bike year round.

 Power is generated by a Goal Zero Yeti 1250, this gives me enough energy to power the inside lights, and the Nespresso espresso machine. The two side cabinets are filled with specialty tools, disc brake pads, a carbon hacksaw, headset tools and my beloved Abbey Tool bearing press. The back tool cabinet is home to spare spokes, bearings, chainrings, wheel truing supplies and extra cassettes.

I have accounts from Shimano, SRAM, Wheels Manufacturing, Giro, SeaSucker, and more. Here you can see the Ranger Design rack with two inches cut off to fit perfectly stores Shimano bottom brackets, cleats, chains, and Di2 equipment. SRAM has the next shelf full of cassettes, chains, disc brake pads, handlebar tape and some press fit bottom brackets. On the ceiling and walls are all my certificates which include all th e Shimano S-T.E.C.  certificates, Bosch e-Bike certified, Guru fit certified, and more.