Looking at both a Trek and a Fuji from two different LBS. The Trek dealer offers lifetime annual tune-ups to include adjustments, wheel truing, bearings repacked if not sealed, cassette and chain cleaning. All included in the price (full retail of course).
The Fuji dealer offers unlimited brake and derailleur adjustments for the life of the bike but wheel truing, cleaning, etc. are extra cost.
Both offer initial setup, 100 mile adjustments and obviously manufacturer warranty service.
This will be my first "real" bike purchase, last one was an inexpensive hybrid online which really didn't need anything except brake and derailleur adjustments, chain lube (and of course, several flats fixed) all of which I was able to do myself.
Do you all negotiate extended service into the sale, DIY, pay the shop annually? I ride 40-60 miles a week, every week and hopefully more with a nicer bike.
Thanks and hope this is in the right section -did search and couldn't find a similar discussion.