WestCycle is excited to announce our continuing partnership with Vault Cycle Services as the exclusive Bike Maintenance partner for the 2021 Dams Challenge.
Richard Greaney, Head Mechanic from Vault Cycle Services will be in attendance at the 2021 Dams Challenge to assist riders with mechanical support prior to and during the event. Richard has nearly 30 years’ experience helping riders through demanding situations. He has been fortunate to work with multiple Tour de France stage winners, track world champions, and Kona Ironman finishers bringing stability, confidence and knowledge to their special event.
As well as all of the above Richard has also worked as mechanic for the AIS and advised the WA Institute of Sport, so you can be sure you’re in good hands.
In the lead up to the event Vault can offer options for gearing, drive chain maintenance, comfort on your long ride and most importantly, a bike that won’t fail during the event. “We know riders will be doing lots of k’s leading up to the event which means their bikes will need some maintenance before the race,” says Richard. “Riders should also think about contact comfort points, whether it be tyres, bar tape, drive chain maintenance and optimisation and everything in between.”
As the 2021 Dams Challenge Bike Maintenance Partner Vault Cycle Services are here for our riders before, during and after the event – they love talking about bikes and sharing the passion and enjoyment of riding. No matter what the issue, big or small, Vault is here to help and will go above and beyond to ensure that your bike is in perfect condition.
Glenn Te Raki the General Manager of Recreation said “It’s great that we are able to have a such an experienced Bike Maintenance partner assisting us at the 2021 Dams Challenge. The high caliber of work and service that Richard from Vault Cycle Services offers is second to none and I’m sure they will be ready and willing to make sure your bike is up to scratch for the big day”
To find out more about Vault Cycle Services, visit their website via the following link https://www.