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20 Dec 2023

The ACT office will be open as usual (9am-5pm) for the majority of the Christmas period, with some exceptions.

19 Dec 2023

Bira's CEO, Andrew Goodacre, took the spotlight on BBC Breakfast this week and later spoke with Nicky Campbell on BBC Radio 5 Live, shedding light on the rise in retail crime and shop theft,...

14 Dec 2023

The Office for Product Safety and Standards (OPSS) has issued a new safety message, highlighting the steps people should take when owning or thinking of buying an e-bike or scooter.

13 Dec 2023

A bike shop that was created to provide jobs for ex-offenders leaving prison has now become a safe space for people to park their bikes.

11 Dec 2023

ACT member On The Brakes in Leigh on Sea, Essex is celebrating after being named independent business of the year in a local competition set up by a local MP to celebrate the “incredible...

11 Dec 2023

A controversial ban on e-bikes in certain pedestrianised parts of Coventry city centre has come into force, with the deputy leader of the council warning that riders can expect strict...

11 Dec 2023

Bike Europe has reported that “serious concerns” remain about the enforcement of a ban on the sale of e-bike chargers and conversion kits by one of the largest online sellers,...

11 Dec 2023

It has been reported that The Cycle Show, the major industry event held at London's Alexandra Palace and which this year celebrated its 20th anniversary, has fallen victim to the challenging...

30 Nov 2023

New research from Lime entitled “Tackling the Gender Pedal Gap” has most women facing barriers to cycling, including poorly lit streets and isolated routes. The report claims...

27 Nov 2023

Torq Zone Academy, a leading institution of vocational training in South Africa, has been re-accredited by the Quality Council for Trades and Occupations (QCTO), for another five years, to offer...

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Hubtiger Expands Services with New Long-Term Rental Feature for Bike Shops

Posted on in Business News , Cycles News

HubtigerHubtiger, ACT's cloud-based repair and rental management software partner, announces an expansion of its services with the release of a new feature: Long-Term Rentals.

With the addition of long-term rentals to its feature suite, bike shops can now effortlessly cater to a broader spectrum of customers and open doors to new revenue streams. Whether you specialise in road bikes, mountain bikes, e-bikes, or cycling accessories, this addition is designed to streamline your rental operations, foster customer loyalty, and allow you to focus on business growth, eliminating the complexities of day-to-day rental management.

What Bike Shops Can Look Forward to with Hubtiger’s Long-Term Rentals:


Effortless Long-term Rental Management

Centralised rental reservations, fleet tracking, and communication processes for a complete overview of your rental operations.


Extended Rental Duration

Expansions on usual hourly or daily rental models. This offers the flexibility to adjust rental durations, modify prices based on rental duration and equipment type, provide special rates for extended bookings, and amend pricing during peak demand periods.


Custom Pricing

Beyond the flexibility of setting rental durations, bike shops can also establish competitive pricing structures, allowing them to attract longer rental commitments while ensuring profitability.


Subscription-Based Payments

Accommodate long-term commitments with a subscription-based payment model. This feature provides customers with the convenience of setting up recurring payments, whether on a weekly, monthly, or custom schedule.


To learn more about Hubtiger and take advantage of exclusive ACT discounts, click here.


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