Bike Assembly Services

Prefer to have someone else put your bike together? We’ve got two options, depending on availability in your area. Here’s how they work:


  1. If a participating bike shop is available for your zip code and purchase type, you will be presented with your local options at checkout.
  2. We will ship your bike and accessories to the bike shop you select at checkout. Allow 4-7 business days after arrival for assembly.
  3. When picking up your bike, you will be asked to show a valid government-issued ID and the order number displayed on your order confirmation email.
  4. You will be presented with local bikes shop options in your area at checkout. Not all geographies offer this option.
  5. Pickup at local bike shop is a $99 charge per bike below $500, and free for bikes $500+
  6. Some additional fees from your local bike shop may apply for installation of accessories. Please check directly with the bike shop regarding such fees.
  7. The standard shipping policy will apply.


You will be presented this delivery option at checkout if it is available in your location.

  1. We will ship your bike and accessories to the mobile Beeline bike mechanic in your area.
  2. We will email you a link that allows you to schedule the delivery date for your bicycle and accessories. The earliest appointment date has a buffer built in that allows for the bike to be shipped to and assembled by the mechanic.
  3. A Beeline professional mechanic will assemble your bike and deliver it at the time you schedule.
  4. Beeline home delivery is a $49.99 charge per bike below $500, and free for bikes $500+
  5. For more information aboiut our mobile delivery partner, please visit Beeline Bikes.
  6. The standard shipping policy will apply.


Prefer to do it yourself? We’ve got videos and step-by-step instructions to make assembling your bike and adding your accessories an easy, even enjoyable process. Learn more about how to assemble your bike at home:

  1. Most bikes originally priced at $500 or more can be assembled in as little as 10 minutes following these instructions.
  2. Bikes originally priced at less than $500 are standard build bikes, requiring some additional assembly time.