International Collection Point
For our international customers that prefer the personal touch we offer the facility to collect your purchase in person from our Gatwick distribution centre – located 5 minutes from Gatwick International Airport, London.
Serviced by all of the major budget airlines, flying to Gatwick can be a very cost effective way to collect your new bike purchase.
What’s more, for our international customers we will pay your taxi fare to and from the airport to our collection point!
To take advantage of our international collection point, simply contact our Mail Order team via e-mail
or over the telephone on +44 (0)1293 574900
, requesting to pick your bike up from our international collection point. We do recommend you place your order over the phone, rather than online as our sales advisors will be able to help coordinate timings for building and collection of your bike.
For opening times and location details of our collection point please visit our Gatwick Store
All international bike orders are assembled and inspected by our qualified mechanics prior to being repackaged specifically for international despatch. Click here
for more information on how our bikes are packaged specifically for international shipping and worldwide travel.
One of the many advantages of placing an international order with Evans Cycles is that international travellers from outside the EU are in most cases able to claim the VAT back on their purchases. Click here
for more information on reclaiming VAT, duty and other charges which may apply
Conditions: Taxi fare paid for customers spending £300 or more in a single transaction. Customers must present an international boarding pass valid on the day of purchase, a valid passport and an alternative form of ID to verify billing address. Evans Cycles cannot be held responsible for any consequential delays, missed flights or charges incurred due to factors outside of our control. We recommend that customers liaise with their airlines with regards to transporting bikes on their flights. Evans Cycles can not be held responsible for any damage caused when transporting your bike.
This story was last updated on 26/03/2014