- Anyone used All Terrain Cycles?
They’ve been around for a while, its probably my most local LBS (now that Crosstrax have moved from Rodley)
They have a decent reputation for after-sales service and I’ve found em good to deal with in general. The online dept is different from the shop though and I’ve been impressed with how they deal with you as a customer
i’d have no problems in recommending emPosted 4 years agobearnecessitiesSubscriber
Never had cause to find out about their after sales, only bought clothing etc there. They once went to a lot of trouble to scour about for cleat retainers when mine randomly gave in whilst on a gnarr bit of technical decent (not the canal path that goes straight past, honest)
I am local though if you want anyone to nip by to scope anything out (“large chunk of change” = bike in sale?)Posted 4 years agomeehajaMember
Good bunch, helpful and friendly spent a lot of time trying bikes and all the staff seemed keen for me to get a bike that fitted well and didn’t try and sell me everything but the bike Iw as asking about (though didn’t mind me trying different bikes out). Also a good shop to”pop into” with the mrs, as there’s a nice cafe, art galleries and fancy shops in the same building!Posted 4 years agoFunkyDuncMember
Fubar – yes they still charge substantially more in the shop, but to be fair order online and they will ring you to say the stuff is ready for collection.
The online business and shop are the same business, they may be run on separate ledgers/accounts, but the same bloke owns it all, and it’s all managed from 1 office.
I still preferred the old shop in Crosshills, was a proper shop, the new one is designed to appeal to a different audiencePosted 4 years ago
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