Bike To Work Schemes
At the Bike Lounge in Beeston we are recognised and affiliated to most of the Bike to Work schemes, including the Green Commute Initiative , cyclescheme , Bike2Work and Cycle2Work as well as some other smaller localised schemes too. We work with schemes that work with Boots, Nottingham Healthcare Trust, the University of Nottingham but If you’re unsure about any of the scheme or if you’re employer uses our affiliated schemes, just give us a call or pop in to see us.
We Accept Vouchers From (But Not Limited To):
All vouchers will be redeemed against bikes charged at full RRP, unless discussed at time of quote.
The Bike Lounge Nottingham are a fully equipped, professional Bicycle shop located in Beeston, Nottingham, NG9 2PH. We stock and supply a wide range of bikes and accessories from some of the worlds biggest brands. We also supply a range of electric bikes or e-bikes as they are also known. We also have a fully equipped workshop and there's no jobs we can't do and whilst your bike is being repaired why not enjoy a coffee and cake with us whilst enjoying free wifi and the latest races on TV. We are found using Bike Shops Beeston, Bike Shops Nottingham, Bicycle repair shop, bike repairs, cycle repairs and cycling coffee shop.
Bring it in for Inspection
Shimano Europe B.V. (“Shimano”), starts an inspection and replacement program of selected bonded 11-speed HOLLOWTECH II road cranksets produced between June 1, 2012, up to and including June 30, 2019, for a possible bonding separation issue.
This specifically concerns the Shimano ULTEGRA FC-6800, DURA-ACE FC-9000, ULTEGRA FC-R8000, DURA-ACE FC-R9100 and FC-R9100-P 11-Speed Bonded HOLLOWTECH II Road Cranksets in Europe. Reports received by Shimano indicate that the bonded parts of the crank arm could separate and break, posing potential fall and injury hazards to consumers.
To remedy this situation, Shimano will have any applicable crankset inspected. Shimano will replace any crank arm that fails the inspection process.
This inspection is designed to determine whether the crank arms show a possible bonding separation issue and to swiftly remove any possible safety hazard to our consumers. Not all ULTEGRA and DURA-ACE cranksets need to be inspected. Only cranksets produced between June 1, 2012, up to and including June 30, 2019, need to be inspected. The way to identify if a crankset should be inspected is provided in the WHAT TO DO section below.
Shimano will replace any cranksets that fail the inspection process free of charge.