Here are some of the past offers that Acycles has made available to customers in the past. Have a look at some of these great codes and once you're done, go to the top of the page to choose one of your own.
How to Redeem a Voucher Code
Redeeming a voucher code, discount code or offer is pretty simple, but here's how to do it for those of you that don't know. The first thing you do when it comes to redeeming a voucher code is to click on it at the top of the My Voucher Codes page and copy the code. Once you've done that, click on the link to go to the website to use the voucher code. When you've finished looking around, make sure to put all of your items in the basket and then checkout when you're ready. Only then will you put in the voucher code you acquired from My Voucher Codes. You'll need to put it in the box that says "redeem a voucher" or "discount box", only after you've done that will the voucher code be in effect.
Redeeming a discount code and offer is a little different from a voucher code. With these two codes, you won't have as much freedom as the voucher code. Discount codes and offers take you to the particular page where the offer is in effect, if you leave the page(s) you may not be on the page that gives you the discount. All you need to do at this point is make the purchase after you've done that you would have saved on your purchase.
What bike am I looking for?If you can describe what you want to do with your new bike, you’ll make things much easier for yourself and the salesperson who’s helping you choose. Form follows function, and that’s especially true of bikes. Different bikes are intended for different types of riding and some are very speciﬁc to their purpose. However, most bikes are pretty versatile – you can ride to work, to the shops and round the hills on the same bike.
One of the most common aims is simply to ride to work, replacing the crush of public transport or the cost of burning dinosaurs with the bike’s trafﬁc-nippiness and freedom. People commute on a range of bikes, but experienced commuters go for tourers – drop-handlebar bikes with mudguards, racks and tyres that are a bit fatter than the very narrow ones favoured by racers. If you want to get the best idea of what bike you want you can go through this bike selection guide.