RideWrap protection kits do a great job protecting bicycle’s paint finishes. But, what happens when a bike inevitably takes a tumble? The RideWrap does its job and the frame has no chips or scratches. However, a piece of the protection kit gets torn severely in the accident.
Do you continue riding your bike, hoping you don’t hit the same area as you did in your crash?
Do you need to buy an entirely new protection kit, to get just the piece you need?
The answer to both of the above questions is no. All you need to do is order replacement pieces for the Tailored Protection™ kit you have. The replacement pieces save both time, money and decrease the environmental impact of your protection kit. The only pieces replaced are the broken or torn pieces that are no longer protecting the bicycle.
What is a Replacment piece?
A replacement piece is one or more pieces of a Tailored Protection™ kit, produced to replace damaged or discolored pieces of an original protection kit. Replacement pieces are a great way to keep a bike looking fresh and protected. They restore the original fresh RideWrap glow upon installation. In addition, replacement pieces revive the protection that was lost after a past mishap.
A RideWrap protection kit’s piece may need replacing for several reasons:
- Heavy-duty heel rub
- A crash has ripped/ torn a piece
- Excessive cable rash
- Excessive scuffs and scratches
- Shuttle rub
- Peeled edges
- Contaminated pieces
How to Get Replacement Pieces
- Email email@example.com
- Use subject line Replacment Pieces.
- In email include: Original order number, and piece numbers required for replacement.
- If unsure of order or piece number contact us via phone or email.
- Pay small fee to cover design and materials.
- Recieve replacement pieces in the mail.
- Install replacement pieces.
- WorryLess RideMore.
The Benefits of Replacement Pieces
The benefits are similar to replacement pieces you may need for your IKEA furniture. Without a complete set, the furniture is incomplete and redundant. Once the set comes together only, then is the furniture functional. The same concept applies to a bicycle. If your bike is not fully protected, it still has the potential for damage, scuffs, scratches, or chips. If this were to happen, it could devalue your bike’s resale value and it won’t look as good in the interim. Odds are it’s in your best interest to keep your bike protected.