JRV
Post Posted: Fri Jun 27, 2008 11:24 pm
 Subject: Re: Need your bike worked on in the Boulder/Denver/Arvada Area?

Ian wrote:
So, if you're not in the mood for overpaying these Metro Denver bike dealerships for work you're never quite sure they're actually doing, just give me a buzz instead, and you can be sure that the person with the most knowledge on how to work on Ninja 250's in the Denver/Boulder area is hard at work on making your bike run better than before.


I think this about covers it; good to meet you Ian and thanks for the hospitality and great work on my bike!
Bimati
Post Posted: Sun Aug 05, 2007 3:22 pm
 Subject: Re: Need your bike worked on in the Boulder/Denver/Arvada Area?

Ian:

Just picked up a 250 that needs a tune-up...I'm in Thornton. Please shoot me an email with your contact info. Thanks. bimati at aol dot com
goodgasmilage
Post Posted: Thu May 31, 2007 1:42 am
 Subject: Re: Need your bike worked on in the Boulder/Denver/Arvada Area?

I am not in your area, but just wanted to say kudos for letting people stay and watch. That is the only way I have learned what little I do know about bikes, besides reading or course
regards
LK
goodgasmilage
Post Posted: Thu May 31, 2007 1:42 am
 Subject: Re: Need your bike worked on in the Boulder/Denver/Arvada Area?

I am not in your area, but just wanted to say kudos for letting people stay and watch. That is the only way I have learned what little I do know about bikes, besides reading or course
regards
LK
sstgonzo93
Post Posted: Fri Mar 23, 2007 3:57 pm
 Subject: Re: Need your bike worked on in the Boulder/Denver/Arvada Area?

Hello Im from Ks and had a question about my tailights. There is a wire that leads towards the front of the bike and it had a spring attached to it. Any idea how to hook that back up
rondj4u
Post Posted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 1:50 pm
 Subject: Re: Need your bike worked on in the NYC Area?

hi ian,

i am ron from hackensack, nj. my bike's left side mirror is broken. please let me know if u have a used/new spare mirror for a ninja 250
mswifty
Post Posted: Wed May 17, 2006 8:02 pm
 Subject: Re: Need your bike worked on in the NYC Area?

Hey Ian....im from CT....interested in having some work done on my bike..my local dealer is really unorganized.....for example my sons quad has been there for 2+ months.....when they put my muzzy pipe on, on the ride home my center stand was nocking around like crazy...these are just a few examples......need someone competant, no, i want someone competant working on my bike......depending your location in NYC.....i dont mind coming to the city......this may seem simple ...but i would like the fender eliminater kit and tires etc......
mary

gives me a reason to go shopping.....for the weekend.....
asegura
Post Posted: Thu Apr 27, 2006 10:44 pm
 Subject: Ian I just booked a flight for my 250 and myself to NY :)

Ian
Post Posted: Sat Apr 22, 2006 6:41 pm
 Subject: Need your bike worked on in the Boulder/Denver/Arvada Area?

If you do, just drop me a private message on the board.


Price list of typical jobs I can perform on your Ninja 250 (or other bike):

* Tires - $15 per wheel if not on the bike. $25 per if I have to remove them from the bike.
* Brakes - $20 per caliper. Includes bleeding and flush, if needed.
* Valve adjustment - $150 for '86 through '07 bikes. $250 for '08 bikes. $125 just for valve clearance inspection on '08 bikes. Includes carb synch afterwards.
* Carb synch by itself - $25. Engine must be fully warmed up.
* Carb cleaning - $150. Includes carb synch.
* Chain and sprocket install - $50. $30 for just a chain install.
Its a dirty job, and someone has to do it.

All these prices are just labor.
You must provide any parts you need (brake pads, spark plugs, chain/sprockets, etc).

You're more than welcome to stick around and watch if you want to learn how to do the work yourself in the future; or you can just drop off the bike and pick it up when I'm done, if you need to run some errands, or whatever.

So, if you're not in the mood for overpaying these Metro Denver bike dealerships for work you're never quite sure they're actually doing, just give me a buzz instead, and you can be sure that the person with the most knowledge on how to work on Ninja 250's in the Denver/Boulder area is hard at work on making your bike run better than before.

Ian.

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