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Bike Assembly

Bike Assembly
Our Price $99.00

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Description: Bike Assembly

Here at The House it is our goal for you to receive your new bike in the most "ready to ride" state as possible.  That is why we offer our 99% Assembly service for just $99, which includes FREE shipping.

This assembly service starts with our team of professional bike technicians, who have over 25 years of combined experience building and servicing bicycles.  Bikes are removed from their manufacturer level packaging and assembled and tuned completely.  During this process, the technicians build the bike to 100% while performing brake, shifting, and bearing adjustments, as well as a full safety check of the bicycle from end to end.  All assembly is completed by hand in our St. Paul, MN facility per order.  

After the assembly is complete, the technicians then begin packaging the bike for shipping.  This process includes removing the front wheel, removing the handlebars from the stem clamp, removing the seat post from the frame, and removing the pedals from the bike.  Your bike will arrive requiring these parts to be installed on the bike, but the bike will be in a tuned state and ready to ride once these parts are properly installed.  We call this a 99% assembly.

Keep in mind we take the assembly of your bike very seriously.  Since the assembly is performed by hand and per order, it make take up to 3 business days for the assembly of your new bike to be completed and shipped.


4.6 / 5.0
14 Reviews
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Great work
My bike arrived with a spot-on build, needing only the handlebars and front wheel to be attached. Thanks.
First ride on snow, Thanksgiving 2015.
First ride on snow, Thanksgiving 2015.
October 22, 2016
Boise, ID, US
Age: 45-64
1 year ago
Great job
The UPS man said the box fell from high in his truck. The box was damaged. Pulled it out, added pedals, the seat, and front wheel and road off. Lots a packing had padded it. Assembly was perfect.
May 22, 2015
1 year ago
Bike arrived 90% assembled - as expected
Bike arrived correctly assembled and adjusted. Not worth my time to do the assembly to save nominal fee. Bike still needs to have pedals and suspension fork installed. I am an experienced mechanic, and was able to quickly install these parts myself. Novice mechanics may not be able to finish last steps of assembly, and still need to go to bike shop. Installation of suspension fork requires expert skill.
October 17, 2016
Age: 45-64
1 year ago
Nothing's Perfect, but this bike is bang for the buck.
I have only two complaints...1. My red wheels look pink and 2. My derailed struggles too frequently. Outside of that I've certainly enjoyed my bike and the opportunity get out in the snow!
November 13, 2016
Age: 25-44
1 year ago
Very nicely assembled
February 18, 2017
Mexico, MO, US
Age: 45-64
1 year ago
Money well spent (maybe saved).
Fantastic assembly. Literally took 10 minutes to put all parts together (wheels, handlebar, pedals (bought), seat post, saddle and the frame). Nothing to criticize here.
January 31, 2017
Halifax, NS, CA
Age: 25-44
3 months ago
Nice option
The guys did a good job. Thanks
October 26, 2016
Phoenix, Arizona
Age: 25-44
5 months ago
It was really nice to have it done and not take it to my local bike shop. I would like the handle bars to be a bit higher.
August 31, 2015
Anchorage, AK, US
Age: 45-64
1 year ago
Smart move
If your not a bike mechanic or familiar with how to set up and adjust bike components, this is worth the price. I use to be an FAA licensed aircraft mechanic in my younger years, but I don't know squat about bikes or outboard motors. I'll pay someone else to do it right!
July 20, 2015
Ocklawaha, FL, US
Age: 45-64
1 year ago
I LOVE THIS BIKE!!! In fact, I've gotten rid of my Stumpjumper and only ride this. Goes ANYWHERE under any conditions with no problems.
Once you go fat you'll never go back!!!
February 10, 2017
Franklin, NC, US
1 year ago

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Why did you choose this? Store
Since shipping is $40 otherwise it's basically $60 to have the bike ready-to-ride. That's worth it to me. I want to put on the pedals, seat and bars and be ready to go!
KimBrr on Feb 25, 2017
Comparable to local shops
Todd F on Feb 11, 2017
Since shipping is $40 otherwise it's basically $60 to have the bike ready-to-ride. That's worth it to me. I want to put on the pedals, seat and bars and be ready to go!
KimBrr on Feb 25, 2017
I don't know how to do the whole set up.
Mark M on Feb 16, 2017
Comparable to local shops
Todd F on Feb 11, 2017
It would cost at least that much to have a bike shop tune it. now I can ride when I get it.
Henry H on Feb 5, 2017
Tami S on Jan 24, 2017
didn't feel confident in setting the bike up myself liked the idea it would be ready to go out of the box
Ernest R on Jan 8, 2017
Let the experts set it up, and costs only $60 more than without it (due to shipping). Works for me
Andrew H on Dec 23, 2016
I'm mechanically inclined, but know there is a lot of fine tuning required for a bike. I could put it together, but it wouldn't be adjusted properly. Would cost about the same amount to have a LBS set up the bike. This should count as "professional assembly" as required to maintain the Framed warranty. Comes with free shipping, so effectively costs only $40 making it cheaper than assembly at a LBS.
Mike F on Dec 1, 2016
The pre-assembly was excellent on my Alaskan Carbon two years ago - can't argue with success :-)
Edward M on Nov 28, 2016
Well worth the safety factor of having someone put the bike together for me!
Christine K on Nov 24, 2016
always good to have a professional do the assembly
gary k on Nov 14, 2016
My time is limited. Rather be riding than working on the bike. sounds like a great deal.
arcy k on Nov 8, 2016
I want it correctly setup.
Steven L on Oct 8, 2016
reasonable price to have the bike assembled by pros. I did not trust myself to have the time and patience to complete the job.
Jerry B on Oct 7, 2016
convenience and I am not a bike expert. To avoid getting the warranty canceled and personal injury if I do it myself
AL O on Sep 17, 2016
save time, accurate and keeps warranty valid
Ronald J on Aug 23, 2016
Want to have limited assembly & tune time to get out on the trails!
Mark N on Aug 22, 2016
makes sense when comparing with paying for shipping.
Bobbi G on Aug 19, 2016
Rene M on Jul 13, 2016
To protect the warranty and make setup easier.
James C on Jun 14, 2016
The bike assembly will allow me to get up and running very quickly when the bike arrives.
Michael H on May 19, 2016
So I can ride almost immediately upon receipt of the bike !
Joel K on May 1, 2016
G A on Apr 4, 2016
The House did a great job with the assembly of my first Fat Bike!
Daniel B on Mar 21, 2016
Let the folks that do this all day do what they do.
james d on Mar 8, 2016
I don't want to risk setting up the bike wrong, I would rather trust a professional.
Daniel B on Feb 18, 2016
To maintain warranties.
Jay R on Feb 9, 2016
I chose the bike assembly because my free time is valuable, and while mechanically inclined, i prefer to just go out and ride instead of messing with assembly/tuning. Also, the shipping is included in the price, so it's really only $40 more to add this. Hopefully this qualifies as far as the warranty goes, because I'm not bringing this to a bike shop to have the handlebars, seat post and tires put on!
christopher j on Feb 9, 2016
good to do
john j on Jan 30, 2016
I wanted my bike ready to ride when I got it.
Janis S on Jan 20, 2016
I've never assembled a bike before, at least not one that has complexity to it. I figured I'd start off with the experts building it, and not worry about damaging it myself. I'd love a recommendation on any books to buy or sites to visit to learn more about assembly, dis-assembly and maintenance.
William C on Jan 6, 2016
Adding the bike assembly seemed like a good idea to save time when my bike arrived.
Nathan O on Dec 25, 2015
50 bucks is a righteous price. plug and play , right ?
tom n on Dec 21, 2015
Too busy to deal with it.
THOMAS G on Dec 18, 2015
I like the idea of riding the bike as soon as I get it with little effort.
Donald P on Dec 17, 2015
I dont do manual work
jim g on Dec 9, 2015
Gift for my sister. I didn't want her to have to assemble it
Amy J on Dec 8, 2015
I beleive you will do the best job of assembly for me.
Frank L on Dec 7, 2015
Needed carbon shock installed
Gary B on Nov 30, 2015
I don't want to take the time to do setup.
Bill B on Nov 15, 2015
"Get it right the first time," as my Pop always used to say. Why go through all the mechanical steps when a great mechanic will do it and do it the right anyway. The bike is new and I'll enjoy it more if I don't have to worry if I tightened this too much or that not enough. My last bike was a 10-speed Raleigh, back in the early 1970's so I anticipating a bit of a learning curve on this. And on the snow too? No reason to be late for work anymore.
Simon R on Nov 8, 2015
Karen D on Aug 11, 2015
Quick ride time according to your advertisement for50 assembly.
Michael C on Aug 2, 2015
I'm not an expert at building bikes, so having someone who knows what they're doing build it for me sounds like a good investment. I hope it proves to be worth it.
Erich B on Jul 31, 2015
Seemed like a fair price and will cut down on some of work I'd have to do.
Jeff M on Jul 23, 2015
I want to ride as soon as possible
Jason G on Jul 20, 2015
I wanted to make sure that my bike was assembled by a professional...who better to assemble a Framed Fat bike than the guys at the Framed Bike Shop? Not to mention, I want to ride it when it way I could wait any longer.
Toby P on Jul 11, 2015
I really don't now how to properly set up a bike. I'll let someone who knows how do it.
Jim J on Jun 20, 2015
Because I'd like to see how well your technicians can assemble bikes.
Joseph W on Jun 3, 2015
I don't want to have to take the bike to a dealer when it gets here. I would like to be able to get on the bike and ride.
Daniel G on May 18, 2015
I don't know how to do the whole set up.
Mark M on Feb 16, 2017
It would cost at least that much to have a bike shop tune it. now I can ride when I get it.
Henry H on Feb 5, 2017
What assembly is required if I don't pay the $50?
A shopper on Dec 24, 2015
Without the $50 build the front wheel, handle bars, pedals, and seat will need to be put together. Fairly simple stuff. Much much more important though, you will need to have all the componentry aligned and tuned. This you will want a local shop to do.... failure to do so can void your warranty. That is the advantage of the $50 build.