Guarantee & After-Sales Service
Quite often, even after we’ve chosen an item and purchased it successfully, there may be some things we might want to change or repair afterward - either during or following the delivery process, when filing a return or applying for using our warranty. Here we'll try to explain in plain terms how does our store’s warranty policy works and how you can be using it when shopping with us!
The manufacturer undertakes to repair or replace any part found to be defective in material or workmanship within a 6 month period free of charge. Call the helpline 01702 208111 for instructions. Do not return the goods to us without authorisation.
Different Types of WarrantyWhile for some items we have a 6-month warranty, other items are offered with a 1 Year Warranty.
Warranty coversOur warranty covers manufacturing defects only and does not cover wear and tear or any type of abuse. If the product has been used in a way that it was not designed then the product can fail and this damage will not be covered.
THE WARRANTY: Within the given warranty, we facilitate the supply of new parts through the manufacturer and where appropriate advice on fixing the product, fix the product if brought to our warehouse or if necessary ship the product back to ourselves for repair. In some cases we will require the customer to ship the product back to us for examination and then be reimbursed there shipping if the fault does not come outside our warranty terms. Always save the shipping box, as this is required should the bike need to be collected under warranty. The buyer has full rights to use a 3rd party to examine the fault, so therefore not reliant on our individual companies’ opinion.
WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:
Damaged Plastic parts and wear and tear on brake pads, tyres, or damage to any part of the product due to abuse or misuse.
Labour that occurs outside of our facility.
Parts damaged by accidents, neglect, misuse, abuse.
Damage caused by a non-covered part or by any part not purchased from our facility.
Products that have NOT been regularly checked and serviced as highlighted in conditions.
NOTE: We have the right to determine what damage is due to defective materials and what is due to product abuse or misuse. However the buyer has full rights to use a 3rd party to examine the fault, so therefore not to be made reliant on our individual companies’ opinion.
FAULTS: Faults must be reported as soon as reasonably possible by phone or email. We will assess the problem and try to rectify without the need for you to send the product back to us to help save time. We will send out a replacement part, if possible, to be fitted by yourselves with guidance from us. If the problem is found to be due to neglect or not covered under the warranty then we shall fix the problem at a rate of £35 per hour plus the cost of replacement parts. You have full rights to get a 3rd party opinion on whether the fault is covered by the warranty or not, if you do not except our assessment.
CONDITIONS: Upon purchase of all products, they must be thoroughly checked to ensure that no nuts or bolts have become loose or dropped out in transit. The same check should be carried out prior to each ride of the product, thus ensuring long-term durability. We advise that all products are ridden with adequate safety clothing ie; helmets etc. Products must be ridden in a responsible manner and must not be abused for the warranty to be valid. These are on-road vehicles and should be ridden with due care and attention for your own safety and that of the public.
DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: We will take no liability for losses that were not foreseeable to both parties when the contract was formed and for losses that were not caused by any breach on our part. We will take no liability for any use of a product that does not comply with current legislation relating to that product in your region or jurisdiction. By purchasing our products you have read and agreed to the terms and conditions set out Nothing in these terms will reduce your statutory rights relating to cancellation, faulty or misdescribed goods. For further information about your statutory rights contact your local authority Trading Standards Department or Citizens' Advice Bureau.