Giantnerd Ready to Ride

                                         

Giantnerd's signature Ready to Ride service gives you the quality built that you want without any of the headaches and extra costs of taking your new bike to your local shop.  For only $50 you can have a quality build bike delivered to your front door!  No hassle, no wasted time, just a premium bike going from the box to the trail in as little as 10 minutes.          

At Giantnerd, our highly skilled mechanics assemble your bike with the utmost precision and care.  The certified professionals in our warehouse will make sure your derailleurs are shifting perfectly, your brakes are performing flawlessly, and that your wheels are trued to perfection.  Our mechanics complete a thorough 65 point checklist on every bike to assure that your new bike is not only perfectly tuned, but that every nut and bolt is torqued to exact technical specifications.  There is no other online shop out there that goes to these lengths to assure that you are receiving a finely tuned riding machine.

We guarantee that your new bike will arrive perfectly tuned.  Our shipping specialists have worked tirelessly with box design engineers and shipping carriers to provide the most secure and sturdy box out there.  The Read to Ride box will cradle your new bike in layers of foam and security as it travels to your home.                                                                      

When you receive your new bike all you need to do is complete a simple 10 minute process and you are Ready to Ride.  After removing your bike from our patented box, you only have a few steps before you are riding off into the sunset.  First, you will need to install your front wheels (it is a quick release, so it is nice and easy).  After installing the wheel you will need to put the handlebars to your optimal angle and setting.  Next, just install the seat and adjust the height to your preference.  Finally, install your pedals (we do not install to avoid shipping damage) and you are Ready to Ride.  

Check out this short video to see how easy it is to go from the box to the road.