Test Ride Our Pinion Demo Bike

If you are considering buying a bicycle with a Pinion gearbox (and it doesn't have to be the ones we have in stock) please book a one-hour demo ride.

 

You can book it out during daylight hours, Monday - Saturday ALL YEAR ROUND because there is no chain or derailleur to keep clean.

There is also the option to hire the bike out for a day. Please see our terms and conditions here.

 

Monday - Saturday

8am - 4pm

Demo: £10 per hour

One-Day Hire: £75

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An outline of our Hire / Demo Terms and conditions

 

 

  • Full and correct payment is required at the time of booking - £10 per hour or £75 per day.

  • Cancellations fewer than 24 hours prior to the collection time / date will not be eligible for a refund.

  • In addition to the hire rate charge you will be required to pay a £250 security deposit on the bike hire.

  • Unlike the hire charges this can be paid in cash or a separate payment will be taken on your card. The bikes will be inspected with you at the point of hire and, upon return, the bike will be inspected again before the deposit is refunded.

  • You will be liable for any damage caused to the hire bike which will be deducted in full or part from the security deposit. Should the damage costs exceed the security deposit amount you will be liable for additional charges.

  • The hirer must leave either a valid driver’s licence or passport with us (which will be kept in a secure location until the bike is returned). Furthermore, each hiree will be photographed with the bike before leaving the premises.

  • The hire bike is of high value and must be always kept secure. In the event of a loss, or the bike being stolen, a charge of £4000 is payable. Due to expensive bikes being a target for thieves, we recommend you do not leave them unattended in public even if they are locked up.

  • Bicycles must be ridden safely, within the bike and rider’s capabilities. All laws must be obeyed.

  • Please note, if you are going to put the bike on a car-mounted carrier, make sure it is suitable for bikes up to 15kg.