Almost every time I trust my local bike shop (LBS), I am disappointed.
Brought the black bike in to get the front wheel trued after my clumsy re-spoking. Just knew they would screw something up.
I'm assuming they got the wheel trued OK. I don't know for sure because, now I have a flat tire. It went flat within two hours.
I'm just glad I didn't try to ride it home. What if I had had a blowout barrelling down the main drag in traffic?
I don't know why the tire is flat. I noticed the valve cap was missing in the store, but I didn't suspect this. What kind of jive-ass fix are they putting on it that it will go flat in two hours?
In all fairness, it's hard to work on a wheel when you can't really disassemble all the wired in stuff from my Wilderness computer brain, etc. It's also way heavy.
I don't know what's going on in the wheel, why it's flat. I'm too tired to check. I called to let them know. They said bring it in. I don't want to waste any more time, or risk any more damage. I hope they didn't fuck up my schweet new Schwalbe tires.
Bottom line: your LBS probably hasn't seen an electric bike before, and probably won't do such a great job. Possibly safer to do your own for maintenance, even basic bike stuff.