Weymouth Showroom Now Open
Our new showroom located in Weymouth close to the Lynch Lane Garden Centre is now open for business. The showroom contains our great range of bikes for sale, many currently available with large discounts, as well as selected cycling accessories.
We are a regional demonstrator for Kalkhoff, a very highly regarded German brand as well as stockists for excellent value for money ranges from UK based FreeGo and VOLT.
As well as being able to view the bikes and discuss their features with an expert, it’s also possible to try each one out on a short demo ride.
For more details call Martin on 07796 135256.
Jurassic Electric wins Customer Service Award
We are incredibly pleased to have been chosen as the winner of the Customer Focus category in the 2015 Wessex FM Local Business Awards.
These annual awards seek to recognize Dorset based businesses in 8 distinct categories and our win is a very unexpected but welcome surprise.
The Local Business Awards dinner where the formal presentations took place at Kingston Maurward last November. More details of the awards are available at www.wessexfm.com.
Book now for 2016 ‘Cycle and Dine’ Dates
Following on from some truly wonderful rides in 2014 and 2015, we have renewed our partnership with River Cottage again next year and places are will sell fast so don’t delay and book yours now.
Cycle and Dine combines one of our guided electric bike tours with a sumptuous 2-course lunch in Hugh’s famous seventeenth century farmhouse. There’s canapés before the meal, plenty of time to look around the cottage garden and soak up the atmosphere, plus coffee and petit fours before the wonderful day is through.
Click here for more information on dates and prices.
Latest review from Trip Advisor
“Departure from the norm” Reviewed 1 November 2015 Pat P
“We are a group of walkers who are familiar with the Dorset Hills. Always looking for new experiences, we booked a tour and we set off from Hive Beach and made our way inland. In no time at all we got the hang of the electric assist and so we continued to Eggardon Hill. Anyone who has walked this hill, or driven over it, will appreciate the scale of it and the difficulty part time cyclists would have riding up it on conventional bikes. We breezed up it! We went on to a pub for a lunch stop before Martin led us along quiet lanes back to the coast. This adventure was a complete success and one I would recommend to anyone. We will be back!”