Cycling, often known as bicycling or biking, is the act of riding a bicycle for transportation, recreation, exercise, or sport. Cycling enthusiasts are known as "cyclists," "bicyclists," or "bikers." "Cycling" include the use of unicycles, tricycles, quadricycles, recumbent bicycles, and other human-powered vehicles in addition to two-wheeled bicycles (HPVs).
Evans Cycles assures customers that they provide cycling products to customers.
About Evans Cycles
F.W. Evans Cycles launched its first shop on Kennington Road in southeast London in 1921. Evans Cycles claims to have gained notoriety for designing and manufacturing their frames and bikes, as well as receiving an award from the Cyclists Touring Club (CTC), for "the biggest development in cycle design, construction, or equipment during the year 1925."
In the 1950s, Joseph Smith bought the business. Evans Cycles was believed to have offered a variety of cycles and toys at the time, but during the 1970s, after Joseph Smith passed the business on to his son, Gary Smith, Evans Cycles turned it into a specialized cycle retailer. Evans Cycles states that after more than 50 years of business on Kennington Road, the company's store was relocated to the Cut in Waterloo in 1977 as part of a redevelopment project.
Evans Cycles states that their Mail Order catalogue was created in the 1990s, allowing them to sell a wider choice of products to a far larger clientele. The corporation claims that the emergence of a new style of selling – eCommerce – led to the launch of their website.
How to Contact Evans Cycles
Evans Cycles can be contacted directly via email on the company's website. They are also active on leading social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube. Customers interested in knowing more about the company's activities can follow them on these platforms.
Products and services of Evans Cycles
What bikes and bike accessories make up the product collection of Evans Cycles? Evans Cycles offers a variety of products in various departments including; Bikes, Electric Bikes, Clothing, Accessories, Components, Maintenance, Training and more.
Delivery Method of Evans Cycles
Evans Cycles uses a variety of delivery options including Standard Delivery which takes 3 to 7 days to deliver; and Next Day Delivery, in which orders must be placed before 7 pm, to be delivered the following day.
Evans Cycles maintains that for items purchased online, customers can send them back for a full refund within 28 days, provided it has not been used or fitted and is returned with any packaging that forms part of the goods with valid proof of purchase.
Evans Cycles states that if an item is faulty, a return form available on the company's website should be filled and sent back to the company with the product. Customers are advised to retain their proof of postage as the company would need that to reimburse customers the cost of the return for the faulty items.
Evans Cycles also offers refunds on returned products. The company asserts that customers that made a return would receive a confirmation email within a week of having returned the item but it takes longer sometimes. Any refunds would be refunded to the same payment method you used when you placed the order. Payments are accepted via PayPal and credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.