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Free, tracked UK delivery on orders over £10

We offer free, tracked UK delivery on orders over £10, with delivery starting from £1.99 for orders below this value. We also have a selection of premium shipping options available including timed slots, Saturday delivery and Collect+

All of our bicycles are fully built by our experienced and certified mechanics prior to delivery; all you will need to do is turn the handlebars and fit some pedals.

Bicycles are shipped from a different warehouse to other items and so may arrive in advance of any other items you have ordered.

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90-Day UK Returns for all items

We want you to be 100% satisfied with your shopping experience at Rutland Cycling, so we offer a 90-day exchange or refund on any unused item (within the UK).

We've chosen to offer products at the very lowest prices, rather than provide a free returns service. If you do need to return an item, we provide printable postage labels and collection services at a small cost for all items - including bicycles.

See our full Returns policy.

30 Day Test Ride

All the convenience of buying online, without the risk
When you buy a new bike at full RRP from rutlandcycling.com, you can now benefit from the added reassurance of our Rutland 30-day test ride. Once your new bike arrives, you can ride it as your own for 30 days, and we're confident you'll love it! However, if it's not right for you, we'll exchange it for another model. (There's a nominal charge of £10 for us to collect your bike - just make sure you keep the box your bike arrived in.)

On which bikes is the 30-day test ride available?
The Rutland 30-day test ride is available on all full price, non-discounted bikes available for home delivery on rutlandcycling.com. It is not available on discounted or special offer bikes, click and collect bikes, bikes bought on finance, bikes bought through Cyclescheme, or bikes bought in store. This offer is only available on bikes delivered to mainland UK addresses.

How many times can I use the 30-day test ride?
We will allow up to two exchanges within this scheme.

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Finance your purchase

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At Rutland Cycling, we offer Finance on orders over £389, with 0% finance up to 24 months available on selected bikes, including some sale bikes. Visit the product page to see which finance products are available.

You can apply for Finance online or in store. To apply online, add your selected items to your basket, then checkout as normal. Select Finance as your payment method, fill in the application form, then complete your order.

See our Finance page for more information.

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Rutland Cycling Blog... News, Opinions, Reviews & More

Rutland Cycling Blog

How to Clean Your Bike

23/12/2016 11:45:00 Keeping your bike clean is essential for component longevity and your own morale. Seeing a spotless bike waiting for you in the shed before heading out for a ride is a great boost, regardless of what the weather is like outside. Clean bikes just feel better to ride, fact... For those not in the know, cleaning.... More Read Post

Folding Bike Guide

23/12/2016 10:56:00 What is a Folding Bike? Folding bikes are a great way of incorporating cycling into your daily life. They are particularly popular for people who live in urban areas and those who might not have the storage space for a normal bike at home because of their compact size and versatility. Public transport and commuting.... More Read Post

Touring Bike Guide

23/12/2016 10:07:00 What is a Touring Bike? Touring bikes are specifically designed to comfortably help carry you and all your luggage on whatever kind of journey you can dream up. They usually resemble road bikes, using 700C wheels and drop handlebars, but will use more relaxed frame geometries and wider tyres to provide the comfort needed for those epic.... More Read Post

Mountain Bike Guide

22/12/2016 16:34:00 What is a Mountain Bike? A mountain bike is specifically designed for riding on different kinds of tracks, trails and – as the name says – mountains. They come in many different shapes but a few features are common: wide, knobbly tyres for grip, wide bars for stable handling and some kind of suspension to absorb bumps.... More Read Post

Kid’s Bike Guide

22/12/2016 13:53:00 What is a Kids bike? Kids bikes are designed to make learning to ride a bicycle easier and more enjoyable. We all remember what it’s like to learn how to ride a bike and it’s an important part of finding freedom as you grow up. Whatever their age, it is important to choose the right bike.... More Read Post

Hybrid Bike Guide

22/12/2016 12:23:00 What is a Hybrid bike? Hybrid bikes combine the fast rolling 700C wheels of road bikes with the handling qualities of a mountain bike. They are a great option for a multi-purpose bicycle, allowing for easy commuting or fitness training and the potential to explore some light trails like bridleways and byways. Hybrid bikes are often.... More Read Post

How to Ride in the Winter

22/12/2016 11:07:00 As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, it can be hard finding the motivation to get out on the bike. Everything can seem slower, harder and a bit less enjoyable than those summer evening rides. However, as many seasoned cyclists are well aware, it’s incredibly important to keep riding during the winter months to be.... More Read Post

Cyclocross Guide

16/12/2016 16:33:00 What is a Cyclocross Bike? As a sport, cyclocross – or CX – began in early 20th Century in Europe, with the first French National Championship being held in 1902. It was used as a way for professional riders to keep fit during the winter months and improve their handling skills. The discipline involves riding off-road courses that incorporate.... More Read Post

Commuting Guide

09/12/2016 18:29:00 The benefits of cycling to work are now well established by numerous studies. Not only is it cheaper than driving, it’s also good for the environment and your own health. It can cut the risk of heart disease by up to 50%, make you feel happier, and you’re often more productive at work when you arrive. Despite this, only 4%.... More Read Post

Bike Fit Guide

09/12/2016 16:56:00 Getting a bike to fit you properly isn’t just a case of setting up the saddle height and pedalling away. Anyone who rides a bike has a specific set of physiological characteristics that are unique to their body, and many of these can affect how we position ourselves when we ride. What is a bike fit? Many.... More Read Post

Cycle to Work Guide

09/12/2016 15:10:00 As fuel prices rise and cities become more congested, many people are turning to bicycles to take them to work. The government recognised the need for this shift in 1999 and introduced the Cycle to Work scheme, with the aim of encouraging people to commute in a healthier and more sustainable fashion. Since then over 400,000 people.... More Read Post

Getting Layered – 15 Essential Winter Layers

30/09/2015 14:13:00 Sun is so last season and we're now getting excited about layering up for the first time in ages. There's something special about those frosty starts on the daily commute, or misty ascents in the peaks, and we're all geared up to fully embrace the worst of the winter weather. The number of layers out there is.... More Read Post

Autumn Cycling Essentials 15 Key Pieces

24/09/2015 12:17:00 Want to get ready for autumn but don’t know where to start? Thought so. That’s why we’ve pulled together fifteen essentials that are guaranteed to help you as the dark nights draw in, but won’t require you to break the bank, or your marriage, to afford them. Simply click on the buttons below the product description to.... More Read Post

Guide to Turbo Trainers – Find the Best Turbo for You

17/09/2015 12:08:00 For some, the thought of a turbo trainer fills them with dread, but it’s a great way to sneak in some quick interval training or settle down for a calorie burning plod when it is sheeting it down outside. Let’s be honest, it’s not exactly the same thrill as riding a bike, but anything that removes the.... More Read Post

10 of Our Favourite Road Bikes Under £1000

05/08/2015 14:48:00 With our summer bike sale in full swing, you can now find a road bike with a quality specification for well under the £1000 price point. We’ve rounded up our favourite bikes from £349 to £999 to showcase a range of bikes that now fall within your £1000 budget. From our pick of bikes you can expect.... More Read Post

Training Talk: A Professional Triathlete’s Nutrition

16/06/2015 12:22:00 In the first instalment of our look into nutrition in the world of cycling, we have a brief chat with professional British Triathlete Mark Buckingham, who is gearing up for an assault on the qualifying standard for the 2016 Olympic Games. Mark has enjoyed a strong start to the 2015 ITU World Triathlon series and recently finished.... More Read Post

THULE 2015 Raceway Car Rack Review

17/04/2015 12:34:00 Choosing a car rack can be a task filled with frustration. They can be expensive and a rack that is a pain to use will soon end up collecting dust, whilst you resign yourself to chucking bikes in the boot. Choosing the right car rack can also be confusing, as the vast array of racks available can.... More Read Post

2015 Genesis Croix de Fer Review

08/04/2015 11:24:00 The Genesis Croix de Fer adventure road bike is a head turner. Blending a traditional steel frame with cutting-edge technology, it’s a bike that crosses boundaries and is equally at home on the roads, trails or even exploring the world. If you like your ride with character, take your coffee with cake and would rather be a.... More Read Post

A Guide to Buying Your First Road Bike

11/03/2015 12:21:00 So you’re finally going to take the plunge and get yourself a proper road bike, joining the ever-growing peloton of road cyclists. Excellent decision. The time has never been better to enter into this exciting sport, whether you’re intending on joining a club and enter sportives or simply looking to get a bit a fitter and see.... More Read Post

Mountain Bike Buying Guide

09/03/2015 12:20:00 With every year, choosing your first mountain bike becomes harder and harder as the genre fractures into more and more sub-sectors, offering vast choice and myriad new technologies separating each class of bike into a ride for every situation and terrain. So which do you choose? Will a hardtail not go where a full-suspension bike will go?.... More Read Post

Training for a Sportive – Part One

16/02/2015 22:14:00 For beginners and experienced riders alike, targeting a spring sportive is a fantastic way to keep you motivated during the winter months. Whether you're riding your first sportive, or considering an epic challenge like The Fred Whitton, you will need the right gear for the day. There’s nothing worse than being that person who arrives an hour.... More Read Post

How to Survive the Cold on your Bike – Part 2

29/01/2015 15:28:00 Whether you ride on the trails, on country roads, or ride to and from the office each day, winter cycling can take its toll. But if you keep on riding through the winter, the increased exposure to sunlight (yes, even on grey days) will also boost your vitamin D levels and give you the natural high.... More Read Post

How to Survive the Cold on Your Bike – Part 1

22/01/2015 14:38:00 Winter Riding Tip #1 – Dress properly If winter turbo sessions don’t quite cut it for you, here are our top tips for training in the colder weather.I’m not a masochist. I don’t enjoy my fingers and feet going so numb that pedalling and changing gears becomes difficult, and I don’t view winter riding as essential.... More Read Post

Guide to Returning a product under the WEEE Regulations

31/12/2014 14:58:00 What is WEEE? Well, it is now UK law that all electrical items must be separated from normal waste and recycled. Old electrical equipment can be recycled, but it must be marked with a crossed-out wheeled bin symbol. Please do not throw any electrical equipment (including those marked with the crossed-out wheeled bin symbol) in your bin..... More Read Post

Disc Brakes or Cantilevers: Which are Better?

23/12/2014 19:28:00 It’s an increasingly common question: are the new disc brakes appearing on 2015 road and cyclocross bikes better than traditional cantilever or calliper brakes? Wiggy and Adam took two Specialized Crux Elites, one with hydraulic discs and one with cantilevers, to a muddy Rutland field and tested them head to head. “I have always found cyclocross.... More Read Post

Q&A: Are Cheap Bike Lights Any Good?

30/10/2014 09:59:00 Recently, online marketplaces like eBay have become awash with “bargain” bicycle lights with fantastic Lumen outputs. They will melt the scenery with an output to rival a solar flare without melting your bank balance – right?  We took a closer look and found all is not what it seems. The old adage, ‘you get what you pay.... More Read Post

Our Top 5 Winter Bikes

23/10/2014 09:43:39 With winter in full swing and the roads and trails taking on a wetter and darker side it can sometimes be hard to keep those pedals turning. Here at Rutland Cycling we’ve asked our cycling mad staff who think nothing of a wet and cold ride into work or a filthy day in the woods to pick out their top.... More Read Post

Top 5 Maintenance Tips for your Bike This Winter

10/10/2014 13:51:00 As we are all aware, thanks largely to the likes of the Daily Mail and Daily Express, the big freeze is only just around the corner. This is bad news for your trusty steed as the rain and salt on the roads can all exacerbate the wear and tear on your bike. So, what can you do.... More Read Post

A Beginner’s Guide to Cyclocross. Or, What Do You Call a Lost Roadie?

30/09/2014 13:16:36   To the un-initiated, a cyclocross race appears to be a peloton which took a wrong turn somewhere and somehow wound up in the middle of a field covered in manure. But cyclocross is actually an ancient cycling discipline steeped in history. It already produces household-name-celebrities in Belgium, and it’s becoming seriously popular in the UK, too. .... More Read Post

Cyclocross bikes: what are they like to ride?

28/08/2014 09:31:47   CYCLOCROSS BIKES: THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS Cyclocross bikes are designed specifically for cyclocross racing on courses of very mixed (often rough) terrain, with obstacles and places where the bike needs to be carried. But the combination of light weight and sturdiness of these road bikes makes them a.... More Read Post