posting a wheel – who?Home › Forum › Bike Forum › posting a wheel – who?OverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total)posting a wheel – who? scruffMemberOh, its a 700c wheel so bigger than collectplus will carry, I think. Posted 3 years ago scruffMemberLast time I sold a wheel the post office costs made it pointless selling the thing, any alternatives which aren’t courier based? Posted 3 years ago stMemberhttp://www.parcel2go.com/ Posted 3 years ago xiphonMemberI sent off two wheels (in a wheelbox, thanks to “On Yer Bike” in Blackburn) with Yodel, via Parcel2Go.Grand total of £10 I think. Posted 3 years ago cardoSubscriberMy Hermes haven’t let me down sending wheels and they are reasonably priced too Posted 3 years ago theflatboyMemberI also used Parcel2go for a wheelset recently, and ended up using My Hermes for £10.60 inc VAT. Posted 3 years ago P20SubscriberIsn’t that roughly the same price as parcelforce? Posted 3 years ago theflatboyMemberWhen I was sorting it out I seem to recall that Parcel Force site wouldn’t give me any sort of decent quote due to dimensions, so I didn’t get as far as giving them any more of a chance. Posted 3 years ago rob1984pMemberI really like Citylink and have been using them regularly for a while, some people whine about their collections but I also book through Parcel2go or another similar site whose name escapes me and I find them great. Posted 3 years ago Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total)The topic ‘posting a wheel – who?’ is closed to new replies.