Bicycle delivery is available throughout the UK with P4D. Many people buy bicycles in shops and then transport them in the back of the car or attached to a roof rack. In the age of the internet, bikes can now be ordered to send to anywhere. Get an instant online quote using the box below to see all available shipping options. Then book online and a courier will collect on the day you choose.
In order for your bike to be shipped without issue, we would strongly recomend following the packagine guidlines here.
Your goods must be on a pallet, wrapped and stable for lift (?) If you have a parcel, pallet or document you need to ship in a hurry within the UK, get an instant quote right here for a Same Day collection and delivery. P4D POST is only available from our Banbury office. Book online and drop it into us, from £1.50 per item.
Same Day Service
Your goods must be on a pallet, wrapped and stable for lift (?)
If you have a parcel, pallet or document you need to ship in a hurry within the UK, get an instant quote right here for a Same Day collection and delivery.
P4D POST is only available from our Banbury office. Book online and drop it into us, from £1.50 per item.
Bicycle Post Service - From £22.99
Whether your selling your bike online or planning a trip to an exotic land here at P4D we want you to be confident that your bike is going to arive safely. We therefore recomend that you follow the packing and posting steps below.
Contact us to discuss any specific requirements. Insurance is offered through the booking process at roughly the cost of 2% of item value.
Bike Wrapping Method
Although we used a racing bike for the tutorial, a similar process should be used for offroad bikes aswell.
Step 1: Head to your local bike store and ask for a suitable sized box. Other packing materials such as bubble wrap, brown paper, polystyrene and adhesive tape all come in useful.
Step 2: Make sure that you structurally secure the bottom of the box with tape. You do not want the bike to fall out the bottom as our courier picks it up. So ensure to cover all joins and make sure nothing inside can penetrate the outer box.
Note: If your bike is above 15kgs you should try to make sure that the box has handles.
Step 3: To ensure safe transit the bike will require some dis-assembly. We recomend removing the seatpost, the saddle, front wheel, pedals and the handlebars from the bike. By reducing the width this will in turn reduce the parcel volume; ensuring that your shipping costs are kept to a minimum.
Note: Put the bike in first gear.
TIP: Try to minimise the bike movement in the box.
Step 4 : Where parts are touching make sure that they are protected from each other. Secure the dismantled front wheel to the frame and use bubble wrap strips and sandwich bag ties (or cable ties, string, etc).
Step 5: Secure the handlebars to the frame, use a bubblewrap to protect.
Step 6: By placing something between the front forks this will avoid any compression damage that may occur during handling.
Step 7: Fully cover the bike with bubblewrap and place it into the box. Try to eliminate sideways movement with newspaper or foam inserts.
Step 8: The parts removed earlier should be carefully wrapped and inserted into the box with the bike.
Step 9: The box is adequately packed out so that the bike will not move about.
Step 10: Close the box and tape securely to ensure it cannot open during transit.
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Credit to our goods friends at http://stallioncycles.webs.com/packing.htm
P4D understands that bikes come in a range of makes and sizes. We work with some of the best couriers to offer you a range of services to choose from at heavily discounted prices. If you are unable to package your bike we also offer direct vehicle services, these are chargable by mile and can be booked here.