The shop will be closed all day saturday 12/31. Happy New Year!
Established in 1999, the DHZ is a perfomance-focused bike shop that is rider owned and operated. From the most intricate custom builds to breathing life into your neglected steed, the wrenchwork at the Downhill Zone is known far and wide to be consistently excellent. Real-world advice is readliy available, often saving you money, time and headaches. The goal is to help guide you towards your perfect riding experience. Be it a DH race run, Garbo hot laps, flowy soul rides with friends or your daily commute, the DHZ is here to help you get the most out of your 2-wheeled pursuits. Life is short, make every ride count. Keep the rubber side down and your frown turned upside-down. Cheers!
services available for nearly any make/model:
-Suspension service/tuning of forks and shocks
-Hydraulic disc brake service/repair
-Suspension frame pivot service/replacement
-Precision handbuilt wheels using premium components
-Race prep/chassis tuning/spring rate selection/sag check
Standard shop rate: $75/hr
If you have any question please contact us by phone or email.
Another full custom build from the DHZ. Took the orange/red theme pretty far on this one. Keeping it real with 26" wheels and a stock 1x10! King hubs/headset, Hope brakes, a bunch of Straitline goodies and some pretty buttery Fox Racing Shox to keep the wheels on the ground. Looks as good as it rides!
Year racing: 10 years, started in 2003
Favorite trail: Moscow Mtn, ID
Riding style: Calculated and Precise with moto influence
Bike setup: Pivot Phoenix DH set up with stiff suspension and all my favorite components
Sponsors: Pivot Cycles & Downhill Zone Seattle
2013 races: NW Cup, All Gravity Series, and Pro GRT
About yourself: My name is Tyler Gilsdorf. I am a junior at Washington State University studying Geotechnical Engineering. I have been racing for a decade now and I have loved every moment. It has been the best learning and growing experience I could have ever asked for. Any day I am out in the woods ripping up corners and going fast is a good day! :)