All service or repair prices are a guide and labour charge only- parts are not included. A quote will be provided and cost will be confirmed on individual basis. We are flexible and can adapt specific repairs to tailor your bike needs.
Our labour rates are quoted based on us supplying all parts and accessories. Parts supplied by the customer will be subject to “corking fee” judged at our discretion and will be quoted before labour completed.
Bicycles completed will incur a storage charge of £5 per day after 7 days unless otherwise agreed upon prior. Our minimum charge for repair is £12.
Bicycles quoted and then collected without going through with the service will incur a £10 quotation charge. An extra charge may be levied if the bike is brought in an unclean state.
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If we suspect any abuses of this requirement (multiple requests in a short space of time etc.), we reserve the right to refuse.
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TERMS AND CONDITION
These terms and conditions apply to www.thecyclemot.co.uk and your continued use of this website confirms your acceptance. The terms and conditions apply to all orders and quotations for the sale of goods by THE CYCLE MOT. We reserve the right to change the terms and conditions at any time and it is your responsibility to check them on regular basis. This does not affect your statutory rights.
By placing an order with THE CYCLE MOT you are giving us an offer to buy goods supplied by our company. We will email you your order confirmation to accept your offer and to proceed to make a payment.
THE CYCLE MOT accepts online payments via PayPal and all website payments are taken in full at the time of order.
We offer a 6 Months Mechanical Warranty on secondhand bicycles. Please note that Warranty does not cover punctures or worn out tyres or worn out parts due to usage or accidental/wilful damage of bicycle after purchase.
However, some bicycles come with varied warranty policy kindly ask for more specific information.
Bicycle descriptions, specifications, suitability and images are the best available at the time and THE CYCLE MOT shall not be liable for any advice given regarding suitability.
All goods supplied by THE CYCLE MOT and acquired by you should be fitted by qualified persons. You confirm that you shall comply with any and all rules relating to installation or build of the bicycle and fully accept that we shall not be liable for any loss which results from forced, misdirected, inappropriate or unqualified installation or build of any bicycle or not adequately maintained bicycle.
Any goods, or parts of them, that are modified or adapted by you or any third party shall no longer be warranted by THE CYCLE MOT during the given warranty period or be liable for any failures resulting from any such modification or adaptation.
In THE CYCLE MOT we do a click, pay and collect in store system. However a bicycle once paid for online will be boxed and ready for collection by us within 1-2 days if requested by the buyer.
The buyer will arrange a delivery service provider for collection of the bicycle within the UK and to some EU Countries. The bicycle becomes the responsibility of the buyer or the courier once goods have been collected from the store.
THE CYCLE MOT shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused on transit or once bicycle has been collected. We shall also not be liable for your delivery instructions not being followed by companies with whom delivery services has been arranged on your behalf. We have no liability to you for any delay in the delivery of products ordered.
We will aim to always attach your instructions to the packaging, in which your goods shall be delivered.
As we sell Secondhand bicycles we do not refund, we aim to repair or fix the fault or replace the components.
We however can exchange your bicycle for another bicycle of your choice of the same value in stock and/or a difference in payment can be paid if required on a higher valued bicycle.
These terms and conditions shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with English Law and the English courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction in respect of any claims or disputes.