Will my order be affected by the lockdown?
We are currently experiencing very high levels of demand, therefore our build times are longer than usual as all of our bikes are hand-assembled in the UK. The date you can expect to receive your bike will be clearly displayed once you select your frame size. If your chosen bike is a ‘pre-order’, the ETA will be displayed at this point too. Upon completion of your order, you will receive regular communication from our team as to the progress of your build.
If you order Parts, Accessories or Clothing, your order will be dispatched within 4 working days.
Is Ribble closed or will you be closing?
Our Mailbox Birmingham and Bluewater Kent showrooms have now re-opened and are welcoming visitors. We continue to operate our central facility according to safe working practices, maintaining social distancing and hygiene practices. We are
orders; building and shipping bikes and operating our usual customer service support.
Will my bike build take longer than quoted to complete?
Due to the unprecedented levels of demand we are currently experiencing, and the global supply chain disruption caused by COVID-19 it is possible that you may experience a delay in receiving your bike, compared to our normal service levels. Rest assured that we will keep you informed every step of the way, with regular communication from our Customer Service team. It is also possible that it may take longer than normal for our courier partners to deliver your bike if your local couriers are experiencing high demand. You will be able to track your order with our couriers as soon as it leaves our warehouse.
Once the order has been dispatched, should I expect postage delays?
Due to the global situation, all delivery companies are experiencing unprecedented strains on their networks. It is likely that you may experience a short delay between your bike build being completed and Parcelforce delivering your bike.
help cope with the change in demand, our UK delivery partner Parcelforce have stopped providing delivery timeslots but will continue to confirm a delivery day.
For international deliveries, we have the following updates from our delivery partners -
Please note that due to the global COVID-19 situation, our delivery partners in France are not currently delivering on Fridays. Please bear this in mind when ordering for delivery to France.
Due to the global COVID-19 situation, we are currently experiencing delays in shipping bikes to New Zealand. Please speak to our Customer Service team for the latest information on deliveries to
As we learn about any further changes we will update this page accordingly.
Are your stores open?
Our Mailbox Birmingham and Bluewater Kent showrooms are now open to visitors. Our Preston Showroom will remain temporarily closed, however you can still talk to us over the phone, via email or using our innovative video chat feature (don’t
worry, we can’t see you!).
Can I order a bike with Store Collect?
You can now collect your bike from any of our showrooms by selecting our contactless collection option in the checkout. This service will be available for Bike orders only.
Can I still order a bike?
Yes, we are still accepting and receiving orders. Our workshop and central facility is still operational and we will produce and dispatch your bike as normal.
How can I keep in touch with you?
Follow Ribble Cycles on all the usual social channels, or subscribe to our newsletter for more information, and to stay up-to-date with everything going on at Ribble.
Are the customer service hours still the same?
Yes. Our Customer Service opening hours are available here, and you can access our live video chat feature until 9pm GMT at night!
Is it safe to handle the packaging when the bike is delivered?
Regarding safety around cardboard packaging, we have the following advice regarding receiving parcels from Royal Mail -
Public Health England has advised that there is no perceived increase in risk of contracting COVID-19 by handling post or freight. From experience with other coronaviruses, it is known that
types of viruses don’t survive long on
objects, such as letters or parcels.