We are pleased to announce the addition hydraulic brake bleeding to our DIY Shop capabilities. There is a $20 fee for materials and the assistance of a pro.
Why Bleed Hydraulic Brakes?
Generally when they aren’t functioning as well as you’d like and you’ve ruled out dirt and worn pads (we can help you check those things too).
Hydraulic fluid breaks down due to heat and pressure. Doing this preventive maintenance step once per season will help keep your brakes in working order.
Park Tool Video
Want to come to class extra-prepared? Check out this video from our friends at Park Tool about hydraulic brake bleeding.
Here is their full list of disc brake repair help videos.