Make more of the working day. Spend more time in meetings and less time in traffic on the road.


Treat yourself or someone else to the thrill of a trip round London on the back of a motorcycle.


Visiting London and only have an hour to see the sights? We can whisk you round in less than 60 minutes to take it all in.

We're doing our part to maintain and improve air quality in London by ensuring all our bikes are maintained to the very highest standards.


Being the Worlds first 100% carbon negative motorcycle transportation company since June 2006, Passenger Bikes is hoping to set a new standard in the commitment to environmental responsibility taken by all industries and companies.

Our bikes can be used for either short or long term product or service promotions. When 'vehicle wrapped' they stand out from other advertising and make heads turn.


Available by the hour, day or week our bikes have been used successfully on many occasions for various filming, photographic and other media projects. Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

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Terms & Conditions

Passenger Bikes Limited - Terms & Conditions

 

1. DEFINITIONS 1.1
The Terms and Conditions governing the provision of private hire booking and/or account services provided by Passenger Bikes Ltd with the exclusion of any other oral or written statement or agreement whatever its legal character.
1.2 In this contract:-
1.2.1 “The Company” means Passenger Bikes Ltd.
1.2.2 “Service” means the provision of the services referred to in clause 1.1 above and further contained herein.
1.2.3 “Charges” means the total charges as set out in clause 2 hereof.
1.2.4 “The Customer” means a company or individual who completes an application with the company for the service.
1.2.4 “Invoice” means an invoice for the total of the charges delivered by the Company to the Customer.
1.2.5 “Invoice Balance” means the total of the charges for the relevant period including administration charges.
1.2.6 “Journey” means a journey undertaken by, for or on behalf of a Customer of the Company
1.2.7 “Tariff” means the tariff for the Journey calculated according to the standard Passenger Bikes Ltd rates (as varied from time to time) which are published on the website www.passengerbikes.com and are available on request from the company. The company may at its sole discretion vary the Tariff from time to time but the Tariff will not exceed that calculated according to the published standard rates (as varied from time to time) without prior notification.

 

2. CHARGES
The Customer agrees to pay to the Company, for all journeys undertaken by a private hire vehicle provided by the Company, the Tariff applicable at the time of each relevant journey or agreed rate otherwise determined prior to the journey with the Company plus all other agreed charges including any applicable administration charges.
PLUS
All local and other taxes (including Value Added Tax) at the rate determined by the Company or the appropriate tax authorities.
2.5 The Customer hereby acknowledges that when booking a private hire vehicle they agree to pay to the Company the charges provided herein on receipt of the Invoice from the Company.
2.6 At the time of booking it may be agreed that settlement can be made directly to the Company by Credit Card (“Credit Card Journey”). In these circumstances the Customers liability to the Company for the Tariff remains until such payment is received in full by the Company.

 

3. THE RIGHTS AND POWERS OF THE COMPANY
3.1 The Company reserves the right to:-
3.1.1 Alter any account name or the Invoice limit at any time and notify the Customer of such changes.
3.1.2 Change the rules or instructions concerning the use of any part of the Service from time to time and to notify the Customer accordingly.
3.1.3 Temporarily suspend the Service to the Customer wholly or in part in the security or quality of Service or in the interest of the Customers or if the Invoice limit is exceeded.
3.1.4 Suspend or temporarily suspend the Service in the event of communication failure.
3.1.5 Decline the Service unless the Company is at its own discretion satisfied that the proper procedures have been followed and shall not be liable in any way for refusing the Service under these circumstances.

3.1.6 Perform the whole or any part of the relevant Services or sub-contract all or any part of them as it thinks fit.
 

4. PAYMENT OF INVOICES
Subject to any other written agreement between the parties hereto:
4.1 Invoices will be delivered monthly.
4.2 The Customer agrees to pay the Invoice Balance in full within 30 days of the date of such invoices.
4.3 The Company shall be entitled to charge interest on the balance of any account remaining unpaid for a period of more than 30 days at the rate of 8% plus the reference rate as defined by the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 which was amended from 7 August 2002, and supplemented to incorporate the features of
European Directive 2000/35/EC.
 

5. INVOICE LIMIT
At the time of opening an account the Company will set a limit on the total amount outstanding (the “Invoice Limit”). The Company will refuse to accept any further business in the event of this being exceeded. It will be the duty of the Customer to ensure that the use of the Service is operated within the Invoice Limit. However the Company is not under a duty to the Customer to limit the Service to the Invoice limit and if in their absolute discretion the Company should continue to provide Service over and above the Invoice limit the full amount due to the Company shall be payable by the Customer notwithstanding that the Invoice limit may have been exceeded.

 

6. TERMINATION
The Service provided by the Company may be terminated as follows:-
6.1 By either party giving the other 7 days written notice.
6.2 Immediately if the Customer (without prejudice to any other rights or remedy of the Company):-
6.2.1 Fails to pay when due any sums payable.
6.2.2 Commits any act of bankruptcy or compounds with his creditors or a Petition or Receiving Order in Bankruptcy is presented or made against the Customer or a Petition for an Administration Order is presented in relation to the Customer or Resolution or Petition to wind up the Customer is passed or presented (otherwise than for reconstruction or amalgamation) or a Receiver or Administrative Receiver is appointed.
6.2.3 Fails to observe or perform or breaches any of the Terms and Conditions set out herein.
6.3 Any waiver by the Company of any breach by the Customer of these Terms and Conditions is limited to that particular breach. No delay by the Company to act upon a breach shall be deemed a waiver.
 

7. INSURANCE

7.1 The Company does not have insurance for goods or property (of whatsoever nature) in transit (in transit for other purposes of this clause being from the time the goods or property are collected by the Company up to and including delivery thereof), and the Customer is advised to effect such insurance as the Customer deems necessary for the carriage of goods and/or property by the Company.

 
8. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY
8.1 The Company shall not undertake the carriage or delivery of:-

8.1.1 money or securities (whether cash, cheques, bankers drafts, bonds, share certificates or in any other form), antiques, precious metals, furs, or jewellery (in any form whatsoever) of whatever amount or value.

8.1.2 any goods or property (of whatsoever nature) of an intrinsic value of more than £100

8.1.3 any goods or property of a hazardous, dangerous, inflammable, explosive or noxious nature, or are illegal to possess under existing English Law, and/or

8.1.4 any goods or property (of whatsoever nature) which may deteriorate in transit. UNLESS the Customer has prior to the commencement of the Service in respect of such goods or property expressly notified the Company as to the nature and value of the same and a Director of the Company has expressly agreed in writing that the Company shall carry and deliver the same on such terms and conditions as the Company may reasonably require AND in the event that the Company undertakes the Service in respect of such goods or property without first having expressly agreed to do so as aforesaid, the Company shall have no liability whatsoever for loss or damage to the same however arising.

8.2 The Company shall be entitled to destroy or dispose of goods or property referred to in clauses 8.1.3 and 8.1.4 in such manner as the Company thinks fit if in the Company's opinion it is proper to do so and the Company shall account to the Customer for money it receives (if any) on such destruction or disposal in excess of the costs incurred by the Company in so disposing of or destroying the goods or property.

8.3 Without prejudice to the provisions of clause 8.1 the Company shall not in any event be liable directly or indirectly for:-

8.3.1 consequential loss (whether for loss or profit or otherwise)

8.4 Without prejudice to the generality of clauses 8.1 and 8.3 in particular the Company shall not be liable for any loss and/or damage arising directly or indirectly from:-

8.4.1 breakdown, accident, adverse weather conditions.

8.4.2 any act or omission on the part of the Customer.

8.4.3 any clause, act or circumstance beyond the control of the Company (including, without limitation, any strike, (official or not) lock-out or other form of industrial action or labour dispute, governmental regulations, legal restrictions, embargoes, fire, flood, Act of God, any consequence of riot, war, invasion, act of foreign enemy, hostilities (whether war be declared or not) civil war, acts of terrorism, rebellion, military or usurped power, confiscation, requisition or destruction of or damage to property by or upon the order of or in the name of any Government or public local authority.)

8.4.4 inadequate or inappropriate packaging of goods, or incorrect or inadequate labelling or instructions received from the customer and/or

8.4.5 the Company being prevented or hindered from delivering the goods or property

8.5 Without prejudice to the generality and effect of the foregoing provisions of this clause 8 the liability of the Company for each Journey undertaken by the Company howsoever arising and whether direct or indirect and including but not limited to liability arising from the acts, omissions or negligence of the Company and/or its employees and/or agents or arising otherwise howsoever shall in any event be limited to the lesser of:-

8.5.1 £25 or

8.5.2 the intrinsic value of the goods or property comprised in such Journey

8.6 The provision of clauses 8.3, 8.4, 8.5 and 10.1 apply to liability for loss or damage to goods or property and do not apply to liability for death or personal injury.

 

9. VARIATION
9.1 The Company reserves the right to alter or vary these terms and conditions at its absolute discretion upon giving reasonable notice to the Customer and without prejudice to the generality or the aforesaid the Company reserves the right to change the Charges. No representations made or variations in or additions to these terms and conditions or warranty given by any person acting or purporting to act on behalf of the Company shall have any force or effect whatsoever unless confirmed in writing by an authorised officer of the Company

 

10. DISPUTES
10.1 In the event of any dispute concerning the calculation by the Company of its charges such dispute shall be notified to the Company by the customer within 14 days of the Invoice (time being of the essence). In the event of no such notification being received by the Company the Customer shall accept the amount as being properly due and calculated and shall not be entitled to dispute the sum in any way whatsoever.
 

11. SERVICE OF NOTICES
Any notice to be served on either party by the other shall be in writing delivered by hand or sent by prepaid post to the last known address of the addressee. It is the duty of each party to notify the other of the appropriate address and reference. The date of delivery of such notice shall be deemed to be the next working day after evidence of posting.

 

12. SEVERANCE
Any Terms and Conditions contained herein which in any way contravene the law of any state or region including the law of the European Economic Community in which the service operates shall in such state or region to extent of such contravention of law be deemed severable and shall not invalidate any other Terms and Conditions hereof