FAQ'S

We are located at 44 Amiens street, Dublin 1, just in front of central train station Connolly.
We are open Monday to Satudarday from 9AM to 7:30PM; Sunday and Bank Holidays 2pm to 6pm.
We offer Ireland-wide free delivery for any product purchased at our website and Europe-wide delivery( varying prices) for our Brand new bicycles.
We buy bikes from the public at a maximum of 50% of their resale value. Please note you must provide national identification when selling us a bike (passport/driver’s license/national identity card)
Like our buying scheme we buy back all bikes sold from our shop at a guaranteed 50% of the original price paid, so long as the bike is in working order
Our second-hand bikes are sourced from a domestic and international sourcing. Irish Garda Registre with serial number, maker, and color are provide along with the invoice in any bike sold from us..
We offer a 1 year warranty for any brand new bicycle purchased if assembled by a professional mechanic.. For our second-hand bikes we provide 7 days of warranty, or wherein we’ll fix any issues arise free of charge. After this we provide a very affordable repair service.
Changed your mind or just not completely satisfied? No problem! As long as the product is in like new condition and in its original packaging, then we can accept a return for an exchange or refund. For our second hand bikes we provide 48 hours of trial to make sure that the bike fits you and in case that you are not satisfied with the bike, we provide a full refund, or if you change for another one a member of our staff will be happy to help you find a bike that suit your needs.
From July 31th Gardai will be able to give €40 fines to those who break a number of laws while cycling in the Republic of Ireland. This is to apply to 7 offenses, down from a draft list of 15 offences of a possible 36. The 7 offenses in the first phase of fines are: Cyclist driving a pedal cycle without reasonable consideration No front lamp or rear lamp lit during lighting-up hours on a pedal cycle Cyclist proceeding into a pedestrianised street or area; Cyclist proceeding past traffic lights when the red lamp is illuminated Cyclist proceeding past cycle traffic lights when red lamp is lit; Cyclist failing to stop for a School Warden sign cyclist proceeding beyond a stop line, barrier or half barrier at a railway level crossing, swing bridge or lifting bridge, when the red lamps are flashing.
With the increase of cyclists taking to the roads for commuting and leisure, An Garda Siochana has seen a corresponding rise in the incidence of bike theft. To give yourself the best chance of keeping thieves away from your bike you should: · Lock a bike at busy, overlooked cycle parking · Lock a bike with both wheels and the frame locked to each other and the stand · Lock a bike with a strong lock and chain which reaches all the removable parts – steel alloy, kryptonite and titanium are the metals of choice · Look for purpose-made, public storage options · ALWAYS lock a bike or put it away securely, bike theft takes only moments Also, it always pays to be prepared in case the worst should happen and you need to report a theft: · If your bike has a serial number (often under the bottom bracket), record it, as it identifies a bike as yours · Take photographs of your bike (ideally with you!), and highlight any unique identifying marks · Always report a theft – bikes are often recovered some time after being stolen · Regularly check the Garda Flickr page to see if your stolen bike has been posted there