G & L Marshall is the local outlet to collect a Batribike electric bike in Huntly, Aberdeenshire.
As part of our extended network across the UK we have added Click and Collect locations.
You simply Buy Online using our click and collect service. This enables you to choose the model and colour of bike you want, add any upgrades such as a different display or a bigger battery, and then choose a convenient location and time for you to collect locally to suit you.
The dealers have all been chosen carefully to ensure that they can offer the same level of support and service you would expect from one of our official stockists. Your warranty is serviced by this dealer so you still have local support. The only difference is that they do not hold stock of BATRIBIKE models for you to try before you buy.
For a full list of our Official Stockists see the Where to Buy map and listings pages.
Commute or leisure by electric bike
Electric bikes can take the strain out of your ride whether you use your bike for leisure or for commuting. The easy to use handlebar mounted display allows the rider to select the level of assistance required. Some riders may prefer to have a small amount of assistance on the flat and increase that for hills and headwinds. Commuters may choose to use the highest level of assistance allowing them to arrive wearing ‘destination clothing’ and not in need of a shower and change of clothes!
Batribike offers a range of fixed frame and folding frame bikes giving the perfect options on how to transport your electric bike when travelling. Either fold and pop in the boot of the car or other storage space or easily fit to a bike rack.
Aberdeenshire has a network of quiet roads, old drovers’ ways and trails that make it the perfect setting for an electric bike adventure.
Among the great local routes is the 7 mile Insch to Oyne route that allows you to explore the many ancient sites located across the Garioch area. Alternatively the Ballater to Burn O’ Vat route follows off road paths such as the Royal Deeside Railway Line.
The Stonehaven to Inverbervie road is part of National Cycle Route 1 and travels through the picturesque villages of Kineff and Catterline before passing the impressive cliff top fortress of Dunnottar Castle. For that breath of sea air you can cycle the 13 miles from Aberdour Bay to Banff. This scenic route follows quiet country roads along the Moray coastline.
Click and Collect Only at this location
Huntly, Aberdeenshire AB54 6HY
THIS IS A COLLECTION ONLY LOCATION
No stock of BATRIBIKE Models is held