Or do you maybe do your own "Tune-ups"?
In any case - what, in your opinion, constitutes a "Tune-up" in your experience or opinion and how much does it cost?
I`m curious because in my area there are a variety of LBS and every one of them has a different "Tune-up" and prices can vary from $29 to $99 depending on the shop. Sometimes you get more for your money - sometimes you just get an expensive bike wash.
My input? A basic tune-up includes a general cleaning that includes the drivetrain, an overall inspection of the bike with a 45 point written checklist covering everything from tire condition and pressure to headset and wheel bearing play; the adjustment or verification of the brakes, derailleurs and shifters as well as a general lubing that includes the drivetrain. If parts are required that becomes a "repair" situation. A tune-up and inspection here is about $50 and takes about an hour. Greasing wheel bearings and bottom brackets and headsets falls under "teardown and overhaul" and cable replacement is just that "cable replacement".
I`m most interested in hearing from riders and customers rather than mechanics unless you`re talking about your own bikes.