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Returns , Terms and Conditions


Bikepartsonline has no issue if you want to return a part in the following case:

  1. Part/s supplied is not as described.
  2. Damage on part was not noted or on pictures not visible.
  3. If parts have a warranty and it has a defect in that warranty period
  4. Parts wrongly supplied


Bikepartsonline will do a FULL REFUND under these conditions


Terms and conditions

Parts remain the property of Bikepartsonline until paid for in full. Client is responsible for collection of parts unless stated otherwise.

1              GENERAL

Any acceptance by us of an order by you is subject to the following conditions.  If your order form contains printed conditions such conditions are accepted only in so far as they are not inconsistent with our terms and conditions as set out below.  We accept an order by you on the earliest of our written acknowledgement of your order or our delivery of goods to you.

2              PRICES

Whilst we endeavour to adhere to our published prices we reserve the right to amend them to those ruling at the date of dispatch.  All prices include VAT unless otherwise stated.

3              SAFE SHOPPING

All payment information passed between our site and warehouse will be confidential. Your information is personal and we will keep it this way.


(a)           Any application lists, descriptions, information or advice provided by us in respect of goods is as accurate as possible although is for illustrative purposes only.  In all instances it is your       responsibility to assure yourself that the parts supplied are suitable for the application involved.

(b)           Goods supplied will conform in all material respects to their description or to any sample or specification provided to and accepted by us.  We reserve the right to amend any design or specification without prior notification provided that it does not adversely affect the performance of the goods.

5              PATENTS

We cannot be held responsible for any infringement of patent or copyright on the part of our suppliers or customers in the event of parts being supplied to their design.

6              CARRIAGE

Unless otherwise stated deliveries will be made by next day courier company and the charge may apply depending on the product and country other then South Africa. We do offer free shipping when a part is bought from our site direct. Parts bought from our warehouse direct will carry a courier fee.

7              ORDERS

Whilst we use our best endeavours to fulfil orders made by you, we will not be liable for any failure in the performance of any of our obligations to you caused by factors outside our control including (without limitation) strikes, lockouts, shipping delays, fire, war, etc.  In such an event you will have no claim against us for any loss or damage which may result.

8              PAYMENT TERMS

Payment is to be made before item is shipped, unless prior arrangements have been made to open an account authorised by a Director of the company in writing.  We reserve the right to charge daily interest on overdue accounts pursuant to the Late Payment , plus any legal or other costs incurred in the collection of such outstanding debts.


(a)           Goods are delivered by arrangement to you and at your risk at the earliest of when we physically deliver them to you or make them available to you for collection at a location agreed by us.

(b)           Time of delivery will not be of the essence and any delivery date is an estimate only.  You will have the right to cancel any order without liability to us if delivery has not taken place more than 30 days late after the time specified by us.

(c)           Any claim that any goods have been delivered damaged or do not materially comply with their description will be notified by you to us and (where appropriate, to the carrier) within 7 days of their delivery.  Provided that you return such goods to us within a further 7 days after notification, we will at our sole discretion replace such goods, issue you with a credit note for the price of such goods or refund the price paid for such goods.  The provisions of this clause 8(d) set out your sole remedy in such circumstances.

(d)           Any claim that goods have not been delivered to you by us must be notified by you to us within 7 days of their expected delivery.

(e)           If you fail to take delivery of any goods at the time agreed for delivery then we will be entitled to cancel or suspend such delivery and all other outstanding deliveries and to charge you for the loss suffered.  It is your responsibility to provide the means for unloading goods from our vehicles on delivery.

(f)            Notwithstanding delivery, title in the goods shall remain ours until we have received payment of the full price of (a) all goods the subject of this contract and (b) all goods supplied by us to you under any other contract whatsoever.

(g)           You shall nevertheless be entitled to deal with goods in which we retain title in the ordinary course of business provided that:

(i)             any such sale will be a sale of our property on your behalf;

(ii)            you shall first dispose of the goods that you have paid for and any payments received by us from you shall first be appropriated to goods disposed of by you;

(h)           Until property in the goods passes to you, you shall hold the goods as bailee for us and shall store the goods in such a way that they are readily identifiable as our property.  You shall also maintain the goods in satisfactory condition and keep them insured on our behalf.

(i)            In the event of an Insolvency Event (as defined herein):

(i)            all sums payable by you to us under this or any other contract shall become immediately due and payable;

you shall cease to be entitled to sell, use in manufacture or otherwise deal with any goods

(i)            we shall be entitled to recover and resell any goods that we retain title in (without prejudice to our right to damages) and for that purpose you hereby irrevocably grant us our servants or agents the right to enter your premises for the purpose of removing the goods;

(ii)           we shall be entitled to stop all further deliveries of goods to you under this or any other contract;

(b)           For the purposes of this clause 8, an Insolvency Event occurs if:

(i)            you (being an individual) have a bankruptcy order made against you or make an arrangement or composition with your creditors, or otherwise take the benefit of any statutory provision for the time being in force for the relief of insolvent debtors, or (being a body corporate) convene a meeting of creditors (whether formal or informal), or enter into liquidation (whether voluntary or compulsory) except a solvent voluntary liquidation for the purpose only of reconstruction or amalgamation, or have a receiver and/or manager, administrator or administrative receiver appointed of your undertaking or any part thereof, or a resolution is passed or a petition presented to any court for your winding up or for the granting of an administration order in respect of you, or any proceedings are commenced relating to your insolvency or possible insolvency in any jurisdiction; or

(ii)           you suffer or allow any execution, whether legal or equitable, to be levied on your property or obtained against you, or fail to observe/perform any of your obligations under this contract or any other contract between us and you, or are unable to pay your debts within the meaning of section 123 of the Insolvency Act 1986 or you cease to trade; or

(iii)          you encumber or in any way charge any goods to which we retain title; or

(iv)          anything analogous to the foregoing occurs in any jurisdiction.



Your Consumer Rights

The South African Consumer Protection Act, No 68 of 2008 was signed on 24 April 2009 and the purpose of the Act is to protect the interests of all consumers, ensure accessible, transparent and efficient redress for consumers who are subjected to abuse or exploitation in the marketplace and also to give effect to internationally recognised consumer rights. The Consumer protection Act define a consumer as any person to whom goods and services are marketed, who is a user of the supplier’s goods, enters into a transaction with the supplier or service provider of any services and products.

As a consumer you have certain rights and you must know your rights and consumers should be aware that they are entitled to enforce their rights. The consumer protection act and the Bill of Rights allow consumer certain rights and these include the following:

  1. Right to privacy.
  2. Right to choose your product.
  3. Right to fair and honest dealing.
  4. Right to disclosure of information.
  5. Right to fair and responsible marketing.
  6. Right to accountability by suppliers.
  7. Right to fair value, good quality and safety.
  8. Right to fair, just and reasonable terms and conditions.
  9. Right to Equality in the consumer market and protection against discriminatory marketing.

As leaders in the market we would like to explain your rights in more detail and in an understandable manner. We belief that our users are ordinary people that does not specialise in the Consumer Protection Act and should be able to understand the basics of the Act without any Legal Jargon and fancy Latin words.  


Consumers have a right to refuse unwanted direct marketing such as telephone calls, sms’s, spam e-mail or letters. Once opted out the supplier is not entitled to continue any unsolicited direct marketing.


a)  Right to select supplier

As a consumer you have the right to shop around for the best products and services and the most economical prices.

b)  Right to renew or cancel a fixed term agreement:

  • Consumers may terminate fixed term agreements upon expiry without any changes or penalties.
  • If consumers fail to cancel fixed term agreements, the supplier must extend the agreement on a month-to-month basis.
  • Consumers are obliged to give suppliers at 20 business day’s written notice for the cancellation or a fix term agreement. Suppliers may charge reasonable penalties on early cancellations. 

c)  right to request pre-authorisation for maintenance and repairs

  • Suppliers may not charge for any diagnostic work or inspections to prepare quotations or estimates unless there was a prior agreement.
  • You have a right to refuse or preauthorise additional maintenance or repairs.
  • Consumers have a right to requests a written quotation prior to executing any repairs or maintenance
  • Suppliers are not allowed to charge a  consumer for preparing a cost estimate
  • Consumers can not be held liable to pay any maintenance or repair, done without the Consumer’s prior consent.

d)  right to return goods and seek redress for unsatisfactory services 

  • Right to return goods that could not be examined prior to delivery.
  • Consumers may return defective or unsafe goods and request a full refund, provided it is done within a reasonable period. 


  • Consumers may return unsolicited goods or services at the expense and risk of the suppliers.
  • Unsolicited services and goods may be retained after twenty Business days. 


  • You are entitled to cancel agreements within the prescribed cooling-off period without incurring penalties of providing reasons for your decision.
  • Suppliers must refund within 15 days of receiving the cancelation notice
  • All direct marketing transactions must include a cooling off period of at least (5) Business days. 


  • You have the right to cancel any advanced order, bookings or reservation.
  • Depending on the nature and circumstances, suppliers are entitled to request a reasonable charge for the cancelation.
  • Suppliers are entitled to a reasonable deposit for bookings, orders and reservations. 


  • Consumers may reject goods if it did not correspond with the examined samples.
  • Consumers can refuse items that were on display and request unopened new goods.
  • Consumers have a right to examine any item purchased or delivered.
  • Suppliers may charge consumers for loss or damage of goods if it resulted from any deliberate action, recklessness or gross negligence of the consumer. 



  • It is a consumer’s right to assume that the supplier have the Legal right to sell the products and goods on promotion by the supplier or that the lessor have the authority to lease goods or products.


Persons are not permitted to join, promote or participate in the following schemes:

  • Any fraudulent schemes or scams.
  • Chain letter schemes.
  • Multiplication schemes offering interest rates of 20% above the Reserve Bank repo rate.
  • Pyramid schemes, receiving compensation from recruitment of other participants.


  • Suppliers are not permitted to provide false, deceptive or misleading representations regarding services and products.
  • It is not permitted to use innuendo, ambiguity or exaggeration when referring to products or the benefits thereof.


a)  Right to information in plain and understandable language.

  • Consumers have the right to demand agreement, contracts and other documents in a plain and understanding language.

b)  Right to sales records

  • Consumers are entitled to invoices and receipts
  • Suppliers must include the following in their invoices;
  • Supplier’s full contract information, business name and VAT
  • Name and description of goods
  • Transaction date
  • Unit price of items
  • Quantity of items
  • Total price, including TAXES


a) Right to protection in catalogue marketing

NB Catalogue marketing refers to any agreement, initiated by the consumer, by fax, telephone or other means, where the consumer could not properly inspect the goods.

Suppliers must disclose the following:

  • Registered name or licence number
  • Full address and contact details
  • Currency for sales
  • Sales records
  • Delivery arrangements
  • Instructions on lodging a complaint
  • Policy regarding refunds, returns, exchange and cancellations.


a)  You have the following rights in any lay-Bye agreements

  • Full refund of money paid plus interest
  • Keep your deposits in an interest bearing account
  • If the supplier fail to deliver goods, these suppliers must supply equivalent or superior products to the discretion of the consumer


a)  Right to demand quality service

Consumers are entitled to the following when entering into an agreement with a supplier

  • Timely performance and completion of service
  • Notice of any unavoidable delays in the completion of the service
  • High quality of workmanship and service
  • Use and installation of goods, free of defects and good quality

Suppliers must remedy and defects in quality or services or refund the consumer a reasonable amount of the price of the service or goods.

b)  Right to safe, good quality goods

Consumers are entitled to products in good quality and safe working condition and free of defects.
Products must comply with the standards ACT NO 29 of 1993 or any other ACT REGULATIONS.

c)  Right to implied warranty of quality

  • The producer, importer, distributor and supplier must warrant that the goods comply with requirements of being of good quality, durable and safe for the use as advertised or designed.
  • If goods are of inferior quality, unsafe or defective the consumer may return the product within a period of six months at the expense of the supplier.
  • Suppliers are obliged to repair, refund or replace the failed, defective or unsafe products


a)  Right to quality service, when entering into agreements or contracts, consumers are entitled to the following:

  • Goods that is free of any defects and of acceptable quality.
  • High quality service that a consumer is entitled to.
  • Timely performance and completion of the services.
  • Notice of any unavoidable delays in the performance of the contract or service.

b)  Right to safe and good quality.

  • Consumers have a right to receive services and goods in working order, free of defects and good quality and the items must comply with any standards set under the Standards Act No 29 of 1993 and any other public regulations as published from time to time.

c)  Right to implied warranty of quality.


  • If goods or products are of inferior quality, unsafe or defective, the consumer are permitted to return the goods to the supplier without any penalty and at the suppliers risk and expense within a period of (6) six months after receipt.
  • Suppliers are obliged to refund, repair or replace the defective goods at the discretion of the consumer.

d)  Right to warranty on repaired goods.


  • Every new or reconditioned part installed during any repair or maintenance task , including the labour to install it, must be guaranteed for a period of at least (3) three months.

NB! If consumers are found to be misusing or abuse goods or products while under warranty, the warranties are null and void.

e) Right to receive warnings on the facts and nature of risks.


  • Consumers must be provided with adequate instructions for the safe handling of goods as well as any hazards when using the products.
  • Suppliers are obliged to inform consumers of any risk of an unusual nature or character that consumers cannot reasonably predict, especially the circumstances that could result in serious injury or death.

f)  Right to recovery and safe disposal of products or components.


  • Suppliers are responsible for accepting and disposing of waste deemed unsuitable for disposal in common waste systems.

g)  Right to have products monitored for safety and or recalled.


  • Industry codes will make provision for the return / recall of hazardous, unsafe or defective goods.

h) Right to claim damages for injuries caused by unsafe or defective products.

Producers, importers, distributors or retailers of any products are liable for any harm caused by their products due to the following:

  • Supplying of any unsafe products.
  • Product failures, defects or hazards in any product.
  • When inadequate instructions or warnings were provided to the end user, pertaining from the use of the product, irrespective of whether the harm resulted from any negligence on the part of the producers, importers, distributors or retailers.



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