Terms & Conditions

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Section A – Pedal Revolution and Fatbirds-Titanium Purchases

  1. Any reference to Company/Seller shall mean Pedal Revolution Ltd (registered in England & Wales with company no. 03521082, registered office: Beeston Lodge, Beeston Lane, Spixworth, Norwich, NR10 3TN) trading as Pedal Revolution, with its principal place of business at 63-67 Bethel Street, Norwich, Norfolk NR2 1NR who sell or supply bicycles and bicycle equipment, clothing and accessories in the course of their trade or business.
  2. Buyer/Purchaser shall mean any person, sole trader, partnership, business, body corporate or other entity detailed in the appropriate section of the sales invoice/order form and shall include all successors, heirs and assigns. Where the term buyer appears within these terms it shall mean consumer buyer/purchaser unless specified as relating to a trade buyer or consumer buyer individually.
  3. Goods or equipment shall mean the items detailed in the appropriate section of the sales/order form and it shall be a core term of this agreement that all ancillary items are additional to this agreement unless specifically detailed within the sales invoice/order form. This section excludes all event entry purchasers – see Section B.
  4. Price shall mean the consideration due for purchase and shall include VAT unless otherwise stated. Purchasers should note that prices quoted may vary during the currency of brochures (upwards or downwards) and current prices are quoted at the time of order. In respect of orders placed via the Internet, these shall not be accepted by us until confirmed.
    a) Bike postage standard service value under £500 – £10.00.
    b) Bike postage standard service value over £500 – F.O.C)
    c) Bike postage priority service all bikes – £15.00
    d) Accessory postage standard service £2.50
    e) Accessory postage priority service £7.50
  5. “Working day” shall mean any day excluding Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
  6. These conditions shall apply to all of the company’s quotations and contracts, orders (including telephone orders, orders made via the Company’s website / Internet and/or orders made by email) for the sale or supply of goods accepted by the company. For the trade buyer, any other terms or representations, whether implied by statute, made prior to, collateral with or subsequent to the contract or order are hereby excluded and shall not be binding upon the company. For the consumer purchaser, additional conditions shall only be binding upon the company if confirmed in writing by the company.
  7. The company reserves the right to amend technical or clerical errors in any order without notice. In addition, the buyer shall ensure that all details contained within the order are correct and no liability for any error or inaccuracy shall lie with the company.
  8. All guarantees for products are provided entirely by the manufacturers/UK importers and are subject to terms contained therein. Purchasers are reminded to complete all warranty cards/documents upon receipt of goods where appropriate.
  9. Advice given by agents or servants of this company during telephone/Internet orders is based entirely upon information given by the purchaser. Where advice is given after visual inspection by agents or servants of this company, such advice shall amount to an opinion only and the company shall not accept liability for any inaccuracies. Additionally, goods supplied are supplied only to correspond to the purpose for which goods of that kind are commonly supplied and not alternative uses to which they may be put. No liability for failure can be accepted by this company for such alternative use, amendment or modification.
  10. Compatibility of goods is not guaranteed where modifications or alterations have been made and the company shall, in such circumstances, and at its discretion, issue a refund or credit to the purchaser.
  11. Event entry fees cannot be refunded or transferred (See Section B).
  12. Where goods purchased by the buyer are alleged to be defective, the purchaser agrees to return such goods to the seller for inspection and report (without the seller replacing the said goods prior to such inspection). The purchaser further confirms that it shall be reasonable for the seller to inspect, repair or replace (at its option) such defective goods and allow manufacturers to undertake inspections so as to allow production methods to be modified. The purchaser also accepts that it is reasonable to inform the seller of any interruption, defect or other failure prior to contacting independent third parties or incurring expense and, in addition, to allow the seller to remedy the defect, failure or interruption. Parts modified or adapted by the purchaser shall no longer be warranted by the manufacturer nor shall the company be liable for any failures resulting subsequent to modification.
  13. “Competition” goods are supplied for specialist use and are subject to extreme wear and stress whilst in use. Life expectancy and durability are greatly reduced and purchasers should note that any claim for failure/wear shall be limited to that of the manufactures guarantees. It is agreed that such use shall be a relevant circumstance for the Sale of Goods Act 1979 (as amended). In addition, parts connected to parts supplied by this company may be placed under stress where specialist/competition parts are used, and purchasers should take advice from experts prior to purchase. Manufacturers may also limit guarantees when components are installed for competition use.
  14. Where modifications or alterations and poor maintenance to goods have been made the company shall accept no liability for death or personal injury unless caused directly by its own negligence.
  15. No liability is accepted by the company where purchasers attempt to modify or install components supplied where it is known or ought reasonably to be known that the part supplied is incorrectly supplied, defective or otherwise not in accordance with the order.
  16. The company accepts no liability in respect of failure to supply or other interruptions caused by matters beyond the reasonable control of the company, including strikes, lockouts, civil disputes, acts of God, war or actions by third parties.
  17. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Agreement, nothing in this Agreement shall confer, nor is it intended to confer, a benefit on any third party (for the purposes of the Contract (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999 or for any other purpose).
  18. Quotations are given on the assumption that no variation in the price will be made by the manufacturer/sole importer and that Government levies remain unaltered. In the event of such changes, orders placed before the variation will remain the same price and no further increases will be passed to customer. Title and delivery
  19. Title to the product shall not pass to the buyer until the company has received payment in full completing the contract. In the event that sums owing in respect of other items ordered within contract remain due, apportionment by this company shall take place without prejudice to the right to retain title in respect of all goods ordered.
  20. All times given for despatch or delivery are approximate and time shall not be of the essence. The buyer agrees to allow 30 days in any written notice making time of the essence and further agrees to accept full liability in respect of delayed or late delivery or dispatch. In any event, delivery times are approximate and variable. When delivery is effected to the purchaser directly or to an independent delivery contractor as agent for the purchaser, risk shall pass to the buyer immediately.
  21. The buyer is required to notify the company, in writing, of any shortage, miss delivery or other discrepancy immediately, or at the latest within five days of such failure, thereafter the buyer shall be liable for any such discrepancy. Where delivery is effected to the buyers own delivery contractor, loss or damage in transit claims should be made directly to the carrier. The company will assist purchasers in making their claim. Buyers should retain all packaging in the event of a claim or return within the terms of this agreement. Cancellation of order and liability
  22. A consumer buyer shall have the right to cancel any contract for goods made in accordance with these Terms and Conditions within fourteen working days from the day after delivery of the goods. Cancellation of the contract can be effected by service of the Cancellation Notice annexed to these Terms and Conditions signed on behalf of the buyer and delivered either by fax to 01603 614400 or by first class post to the Company’s principal place of business.
  23. If a Notice of Cancellation is received by the Company in accordance with clause 23 the consumer buyer shall become liable to return the goods to the Company forthwith, to such address as directed by the Company preferably in their original packaging (and without having been installed or used) and at the consumer buyer’s sole expense.
  24. If the consumer buyer fails to return the goods within 14 days of the cancellation of the contract, the Company shall be entitled to collect the goods from the consumer buyer and to recover any direct costs involved in such collection from the consumer buyer.
  25. The Company shall effect a refund of any monies owing to the consumer in respect of the goods within 30 days from the date of cancellation of the contract. Such a refund will be subject to any set of monies to which the Company is entitled under clause 23.
  26. Goods delivered to the buyer may be returned to the Company preferably in original packaging (packaging must be adequate for returning by post etc) and without being installed or used for credit within 14 days from the day after delivery of the goods.
  27. The buyer confirms that he shall comply with any or all rules relating to installation of the product concerned and fully accepts that any loss which results from forced, misdirected, inappropriate or unqualified installation shall not be accepted by the company.
  28. This agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law and industry custom and practice, and English courts shall have sole jurisdiction in respect of any dispute arising there from. In respect of any sales made via the Company’s website / the Internet it shall be deemed that any agreement is made in Norwich, England, irrespective of any rule of contract dictating otherwise.
  29. Where a person deals with Company/Seller entirely as a consumer, your statutory rights are not affected by these terms and conditions.

 

Section B – Event Entries

Any reference to Company/Seller shall mean The Pedal Revolution CIC (registered in England & Wales with company no. 007744004, registered office: Station House, 150 Lowestoft Road, Gorleston-on-Sea, NR31 6JA) who organise, manage and deliver cycling events in the course of their trade or business.

The Terms and Conditions detailed below apply to all riders participating in any event organised and operated by The Pedal Revolution CIC and/or The Pedal Revolution Club (“the organiser”) which is fully affiliated to British Cycling. Completion of an Event Registration Form or purchase of an entry online by (or on behalf of) the rider (“you”) acknowledges acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.

Format

  1. You accept that the event you are entering is not a race in any format. Anyone considered to be competing against others will be stopped from riding and banned from entering future events by the organiser.

Conduct

  1. You are fully responsible for your actions whilst attending the event. This includes the event centre and during the ride itself. The organiser does not accept responsibility for your actions nor their consequences.

Age & Health Requirement

  1. The Event Registration Form or purchase of an entry to an event must be completed by a person aged 18 years or over. Evidence of age must be provided on request.
  2. Riders under the age of 18 will be allowed to participate in the event with the consent of their parent or legal guardian who must sign the Event Registration Form or purchase an entry on the rider’s behalf. By signing the Event Registration Form or purchasing an entry on the rider’s behalf, you accept responsibility for the actions and consequences of the underage rider. Under 16’s need to be accompanied by an adult who is responsible for them at all times.
  3. You have considered the nature and difficulty of the event you are entering and by submitting your entry you confirm that you are satisfied that your physical and mental health are satisfactory to complete the event and/or if you have a pre-standing medical condition that may impact your capability to complete the event you confirm that you have consulted a medical professional before submitting your entry and they have agreed you are fit and able to complete the event. The organiser may provide drink and food stops along the suggested route as detailed in your Final Instructions. By agreeing to these terms and conditions you except responsibility to supply yourself with sufficient food and drink to complete the ride.

Equipment

  1. The organiser passionately urges you to wear a safety-approved cycling helmet complying with latest EN1078, ANSI Z90/4 or SNELL standards during your participation in the event. Any rider not wearing a helmet will not be covered by the event insurance and could be liable for damages if involved in an accident on that basis. You must accept this as a condition of entry.
  2. You confirm that the cycle/bike you are riding for the event and all of your equipment is of a suitable standard and state of trail/roadworthiness, in particular, the ability to complete the longest distance and over rough terrain, dependant on the event. You agree to fix the supplied rider number to your bike so it is clearly visible at all times during the event.
  3. If you wish to use an e-bike at one of our events, it must be fully compliant with UK law – e.g. no “chipped” or overpowered e-bikes. These are considered illegal in the UK and are not allowed at our events.
  4. All riders, including e-bike riders, agree to ride legally, appropriately and considerately at all times and obey the regulations of the respective highway, bridleway and private trial as appropriate.
  5. We reserve the right to refuse entry to the event to anyone with inappropriate equipment or clothing.

Routes

  1. Upon signing the Event Registration Form or purchasing an entry, you agree that you are physically and mentally capable of riding the distance you have chosen. If during the event you decide to change the route or distance, you do so at your own risk.
  2. During the event, there will be warning signs at appropriate points on the trails or roads. The absence of these signs does not signal that there are no dangers approaching and it is your responsibility to make a decision regarding whether to ride a section or not. The marking of the route does not necessarily indicate that the trail or road is rideable and you are deemed to make your own decision about whether to proceed on bike, foot or not at all.
  3. Any marked route is shown for guidance only and we do not insist that you use the route shown. If you choose to ride a marked section, it is entirely your own choice. If you choose a different route to avoid obstacles or sections you decide are beyond your capabilities, you do so entirely at your own risk.
  4. The organiser reserves the right to shorten or alter the published route at any time. You do not have the right to claim a refund if the route is shortened or altered.
  5. If you fail to complete the course for any reason, you agree to return to or call the event centre before the close of the event and report to a member of staff. Not doing so will mean that a search may be organised and the subsequent cost will be billed to you.

Rules

  1. You are requested to ride in single file where appropriate and no more than 2 abreast at any time. Please be aware of your fellow cyclists, other road users, and any other traffic and always indicate your intention to stop or change direction.
  2. You must adhere to and obey the Highway Code, local bylaws and the laws of England, Scotland, Wales and N. Ireland or other countries in which the event is taking place as applicable and extend all reasonable courtesy to other road and off-road users.
  3. You must be considerate to other users of bridleways, tracks, byways and public ways when riding off-road. Upon seeing other users, such as horse riders, walkers, farm traffic, and other cyclists, you are required to slow down and pass with care. Where appropriate, you should stop and wait at the side of the route for other users to pass safely.
  4. You must not drop or leave any litter on any part of the route but dispose of it responsibly at an appropriate place or bin. Any rider found littering will be disqualified from the event.
  5. You are expected to respect the roads, villages and countryside that the events travel through. It should be remembered that this is both a working landscape and home to many communities. If you stop for a comfort break you are asked to do so discretely and appropriately and not to cause any offence to local residents or other riders.
  6. In the case of Mountain Bike and Cyclocross events, you are expected to close all gates after you pass unless otherwise instructed. You must not leave a gate open for a rider following behind. Gates should be opened and closed and not vaulted. Any rider causing damage to a gate will be liable for any costs to repair said damage.

Accidents

  1. You will be fully responsible for any fees or costs incurred or arising from an accident either involving or caused by you. This includes, but is not exclusive to, fees from Police, Air Ambulance, Fire and Rescue and the Ambulance service. If the situation arises that you are not capable of making the decision to call the emergency services, you agree that a member of our Team or a member of the public may call on your behalf. In this situation, you still accept the costs and consequences of such actions.
  2. You accept full responsibility for any fees or costs incurred or arising from the need for repatriation.

Insurance

  1. Participation in the event is at your own risk.
  2. Third party insurance cover is provided for all riders during the event, covering claims resulting from accidental damage to third party property. This insurance cover is adjudged void if it is deemed the rider has acted negligently. No further insurance cover is provided by us for riders participating in an event.
  3. We strongly recommend each rider organises their own personal insurance cover.
  4. It is a condition of entry for events outside of the United Kingdom that you have purchased a suitable level of travel insurance to cover the potential activity and liability involved.

Recordings

  1. By participating in the event, you confirm and agree that we and third parties authorised by us may record you via photographs, film, audio, audio-visual or other recording, still or moving, during the event (“Recordings”). We shall own all rights in such recordings and you hereby (i) assign to us any and all present and future copyright, performance rights and any other right, title and interest in and to the Recordings and you hereby waive the benefit of any law known as “moral rights”; (ii) agree that we may use the Recordings for any purpose at our sole discretion including in any marketing and/or publicity materials, and on any website and social media; and (iii) agree that the Recordings may be altered, edited and/or modified (e.g. combined with other images, text, graphics and/or sound). You hereby release us from any and all liability from such use and promotion and specifically waive any right to any compensation you may have for appearing in any of the Recordings.

Cancellations

  1. Event entry fees cannot be refunded or transferred to another rider under any circumstances.
  2. We reserve the right to cancel any event due to extreme weather conditions. Your entry will be automatically moved to the rescheduled event. If you can’t make the rescheduled event, you can carry your entry to another event of an equal or lower ticket value within the 6 months following the rescheduled event or you may be entitled to a partial refund. No refunds will be issued and no compensation will be given towards your travel or accommodation costs.

Promotions

  1. In the case of competition entries or giveaways, the winner agrees to the use of his or her name, photograph and disclosure of county of residence and will co-operate with any other reasonable requests from us relating to any post-winning publicity.

Your Personal Information

  1. We will only use your personal information as set out in our Privacy Policy.

Applicable Law

  1. If you want to take court proceedings, the relevant courts of the part of the United Kingdom in which you live will have non-exclusive jurisdiction in relation to this contract. The laws of England and Wales will apply to this contract.