GetGeared launches new-look website

'Parts Finder' and new parcel tracking system feature on all-new online look

Posted: 21 August 2008
by Visordown News

GetGeared, the online mail-order retailer, has re-launched its web site after 4 years.

The previous site propelled GetGeared.co.uk to become the most visited web site for motorcycle clothing and accessories in the UK (source: alexa.com).

The new website and behind the scenes functionality are designed to ensure that the high level customer service and the continued expansion of the product range keeps GetGeared ahead of the competition. The re-launch delivers functionality that GetGeared’s customers have been asking for:

• A powerful Parts Finder that identifies all the service parts a customer needs in just 4 clicks

• A loyalty programme to collect “G-Points” which can be used towards future purchases

• A customer account screen that allows a purchase to be tracked from start to delivery

With the re-launch came the possibility to rapidly introduce new product lines: Complete chain and sprocket kits have been added from £39.95 and newly imported STREETFIGHTER exhausts from Italy have joined the ranks. As have great value introductory offers such as MOTO-DETAIL panniers sets from £29.99 and PROBIKER waterproof leather boots from £69.99.

Mail-order:
www.GetGeared.co.uk

T. 0845 017 5007

New store address:
GetGeared
290 Kingston Road
Leatherhead
KT22 7QE

T. 01372 372 222

Store opening hours:
Mon-Wed, Fri, Sat: 10AM – 6PM
Thursdays: 11AM – 8PM
Saturday: 9AM – 6PM
Sunday: 10AM – 4PM


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The new website is based on www.louis.de who have long been the only mail order bike shop anyone uses. They're very very cheap. Happily that seems to have translated well into £!

Posted: 01/11/2008 at 07:36

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