4 Seasons UK, Church Road, Bookham, Surrey, KT23 3JP Telephone : 07484245903 email@example.com
NEW OPENING TIMES
Please note the shop is open at the following times during the current situation:
TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY - FRIDAY
10am - 4pm
We will then review the situation according to government recommendations. In the meantime E-Bike customers who require help can call Nigel on 07768 364277 or Mike on 07484 245903. We are both local and happy to offer prompt assistance if needed. Motocaddy and Powakaddy customers please call Mike on 07484 245903 to arrange service and repairs. Thanks for your continued support and understanding during these challenging times.
Mike & Nigel
We have a large range of the latest Raleigh MOTUS electric bikes in-store alongside a fantastic assortment of accessories including: ♦ UVEX Helmets, ♦ XLC Accessories, ♦ AXA Cycle Security & ♦ Basil bags and panniers. We can supply Haibike and Lapierre E-bikes at great prices too!
12.5% off all current stock Raleigh MOTUS electric bikes!
Based in Bookham, we are your local Raleigh E-bike specialists serving Epsom, Ashtead, Leatherhead, Fetcham, Effingham, Cobham, Dorking, Horsley and surrounding areas. We are also an authorised Bosch test and repair centre with full diagnostic facilities
We have a large range of the latest Raleigh MOTUS electric bikes in-store alongside a fantastic assortment of accessories including:
UVEX Helmets, XLC Accessories, AXA Cycle Security & Basil bags and panniers. We can supply Haibike and Lapierre E-bikes at great prices too
Motocaddy & Powakaddy
Service & repair centre for Motocaddy & Powakaddy electric golf carts
Give us a call. Golfers please note that we also service and repair electric golf carts including Motocaddy, Powakaddy, and Hillbilly
Come and see us for : Fault finding – Battery Testing – General repairs – Spares
N.B. Please call or email in advance to book your electric cart in for Repair / Service Please ensure you bring the entire cart, including the battery and charger for any repair or service