We repair all kinds of cycling apparel from bib shorts, jerseys and neoprene overshoes to panniers and bike packing gear. We can repair tears on your favorite waterproof clothing and seal up the repaired area as good as new or replace that worn out velcro on your wrists. Below is a listing of some of the repairs we can perform. If you don’t see the specific repair you are looking for, please contact us so we can give you an estimate.
We do a lot of repairs on cycling apparel, specifically patching crash damage on shorts, jerseys and jackets. Patches on shorts are usually black, and on jerseys we can try to match colors, but black is our fallback color. If you have a team kit and have damaged the graphics, we will not be able to make them look new again, but we can patch them. Please wash your items prior to sending them to us. We do not replace chamois in cycling shorts but we can restitch them if they are starting to come undone.
Bonded and Sewn Patches
The cost for patching lycra cycling apparel starts at around $18 and increases depending on the size and number of patches needed.
If the stitching holding your chamois to the bibs has worn off in places, we can restitch the chamois for $18.
Showers Pass Jackets:
We've been working for years with Showers Pass on warranty and non-warranty repairs for their customers. Depending on which Showers Pass Jacket you have we have a few zipper replacement options for you. We do not use water tight zippers. They tend to fail much faster than traditional coil or molded tooth zippers made by YKK.
For $50 we will cut out the old zipper and overlay a new zipper onto the face of the jacket. We don't open any seams for this option.
For $100 to $120 (depending on jacket construction) we will open all seams and undo seam tape to remove the old zipper. Then we sew in a new zipper with new seam tape on the inside. It will look similar to the original construction, except we don't use water resistant zippers.
Below are some examples of main zipper replacements on Showers Pass Elite jackets.
Option A: Cut out old zipper and overlay new zipper onto face of jacket. Lower cost.
Option B: Open all seams and undo seam tape to remove old zipper and sew in new zipper. Similar to original construction. Higher cost.
For anything not listed, please email us through the contact page
and we'll try to give you an estimate. All prices listed here are a starting point. Many items are built differently and costs can vary from item to item.