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Yuba Spicy Curry Review

The Yuba Spicy Curry is a functional electric cargo bike perfect for large loads and/or seating children without the need for additional equipment. Their Ltd edition: Spicy Curry All Terrain bike is a similarly designed e-cargo bike for light off-road use.

The Yuba Spicy Curry has an MSRP of 4,800 while the Ltd edition Spicy Curry All Terrain is priced at 5,300. However, if you want the bike shop to pre-assemble the bikes, prepare to spend a further 150.

Both models are electric cargo bikes, with the Spicy Curry mode being a stiff-framed long-tail bike, and the All Terrain model featuring front suspension forks. Each come supplied with the Bosch cargo line motor and Bosch PowerPack 500 Battery which has a claimed range of 90 kilometers in favorable conditions.

Frameset, Geometry

The Yuba Spicy Curry boasts a solid frame and comfortable geometry, ideal for regular use.

The frame for the Yuba Spicy Curry comes in one size and claims to adjust to fit riders ranging in height from 4 feet 7 inches to 6 feet 4 inches, or 1.45 to 1.98 meters.

The All Terrain offers the same range of height suitability. Both models use a lightweight 6061 aluminum construction, with a low step-through design to make getting on and off the bike easy even if you’re wearing regular clothes.

As there is only one frame size this means there is no gender-specific option on the market. However, each rider can alter the bike to their own specifications by adjusting the handlebars and the seat post to their desired height. According to Yuba, The Yuba Spicy curry weighs 60 lbs (27 kg.)

The sturdiness of the frame allows for a claimed haulage weight of up to 440lbs (200kg.)

Again made from sturdy aluminum, the Yuba Spicy Curry All Terrain frame features SR Suntour forks to help smooth bumps in the road or gravel track.

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It also features a low step-over frame so it’s easy to get on and off the bike. The All Terrain model weighs in at 60lbs or 27kg.

In terms of haulage weight, Yuba claims it can carry 440lbs or 200kg. The All Terrain model is available in black with red decals, and the Spicy Curry is available in white with blue decals or blue with white decals. Both models feature quite relaxed geometry, making comfort the priority.

Motor and Battery

Both models of the Yuba Spicy Curry range are fitted with Bosch Cargo Line Speed 250w motors.

These motors are specially designed for the demands of cargo bikes and support speeds of up to 45kph/28mph depending on the legal limit in your area. They can also provide a max torque of 85Nm, making it easier to transport large or heavy loads.

The Cargo Line Speed motor has four different operation settings; Turbo, Sport, Tour, and Eco each with different support levels (400%, 240%, 140%, and 60%) so riders can decide which setting they need dependent on the terrain and speed they wish to travel.

In addition to the motor, both the Spicy Curry and All Terrain models come equipped with a Bosch Kiox display head unit.

This is where riders can control the aforementioned support levels as well as a new motor lockout feature from Bosch which allows riders to disable the bike’s motor when they remove the head unit. Unfortunately, this nifty anti-theft feature is not free and requires paying an extra fee to Bosch to be able to use it.

An upgrade on previous battery packs, both models of the Spicy Curry now comes with Bosch’s 36V PowerPack 500.

With a standard charger, the PowerPack 500 takes approximately 4.5 hours to charge to 100%, however, this can be shortened to 3 hours with a ‘fast’ charger. Once fully charged, Bosch claims the battery supplies a range of up to 90 kilometers in ‘favorable conditions’.

Components

Both the Spicy Curry and Spicy Curry All Terrain models use a mixed group of components.

The drivetrain is largely comprised of Shimano Deore M6000 ten-speed. The rear derailleur, shifter, and cassette are all Shimano’s mid to low-range offering, the Deore M6000. Similar to the road going 105 groupset, Deore can be considered the work-horse of the Shimano range, which means it lasts and is cheap when you do need to eventually replace parts.

The crankset, however, is a Lasco offering – a cheap and cheerful crankset that works well as part of the 1x set up (no front derailleur). The cassettes on both are 11-32T which make them great for climbing, however, the 50T chainring up front could leave some struggling if they’re on hilly terrain.

Typically on an off-road bike, the front ring is somewhat smaller so this may need to be adjusted depending on your needs as a rider. The chain provided is a KMC X10e which is a decent chain and e-bike compatible meaning it will work well even under large amounts of torque.

Yuba hasn’t compromised on brake quality with hydraulic four-piston disc brakes, meaning they’ll work well even in unfavourable and wet conditions. They have used Magura MT32 hydraulic disc brakes for both models. Similarly to the drivetrain components, these are cheap to replace, but being hydraulic means they will work well with a lot less maintenance and fiddling than mechanical disc brakes.

Wheels and Terrain

Yuba has counted the extra weight likely to be placed on their wheels so they’ve used double-walled DB-32 MTB Wall rims for extra strength on both models.

They feature a 20-inch rear wheel for stability and 26-inch front wheel for comfort. The tires differ between models with the Spicy Curry using Schwalbe Super Moto X 2.4″ on both front and rear tires, whereas the All Terrain model uses Schwalbe Smart Sam Plus 2.25″ on the front and Schwalbe Smart Sam K Guard 2.3″ on the rear.

The Super Moto tires are durable and hard-wearing tires designed for asphalt and light trail use, whereas the Smart Sam tires are knobbly tires meant for light off-road use, and will slow you down if used on the asphalt due to the extra rolling resistance.

The All Terrain model is suitable for all-terrain thanks to its front fork suspension. Yuba has used SR Suntour 80mm travel forks which is a cheap fork by any standard, but for a cargo bike where you realistically aren’t going to be riding at Whistler, they will dampen the ride for you suitably.

The uniqueness of the Yuba brand comes with its additional extras.

As a base bike, it’s very capable but the beauty of the bike is that it can be adapted to suit your riding needs. Yuba does include the basics such as a bike stand, lights, fenders, and a ‘deflopilator’ (which claims to keep your front wheel straight when you use the bike stand) however if you want to start lugging around kids or lots of cargo, you’ll need to check out their add-ons.

Some favorites include the bread basket (for the front) which is rated for 50lbs/25kgs of cargo, the bamboo deck, which gives your passengers somewhere to sit behind you, and the hold-on bars for those little passengers who need some extra stability.

The beauty of the Yuba Spicy Curry and All Terrain bikes is that you can customize them and build the bike to suit your riding.

If you’re only going to be carrying your kids, then you don’t need to purchase the baskets and pannier rack fitments. In contrast, if you’re only carrying cargo then you don’t need to splurge on the passenger equipment. And this is why all the extras aren’t included in the base bike.

Yuba knows that their customers have different needs and by not raising the price of the bike to include all these parts, you can save money on things you don’t need. But be prepared to spend a little depending on how you want to structure your cargo bike.

Ride Feel and Suggested Use of Yuba Spicy Curry

The Yuba Spicy Curry positions itself as a replacement for a new car.

That’s a lot to live up to. However, reviewers tend to agree, including this review from BikeRumor.com in which they did just that, used it as a replacement for a second car.

The Spicy Curry can be a viable alternative to a car for short family journeys, as well as for food or larger shops, although there are some times when a bike isn’t a viable option for most, for example: moving a piano.

The reviewer suggests that the ride quality is smooth and stable, thanks to the smaller rear wheel and larger front wheel. Unfortunately, that can lead to a harsher ride so checking tire pressures are a must especially in the rear wheel where your passengers are seated.

Assembly

There are two assembly options when buying a Yuba bike (from Yuba directly). The first is the assemble on your own option, and the second is the ready to ride option which costs 150.

If you choose to have the bike shipped without being assembled, Yuba claims the bike will be 85% assembled in the box, but they also recommend taking the bike to an authorized Bosch service center if you’re not familiar with assembling electric bikes.

They also recommend a working knowledge of electric bikes and an adequate toolbox without mentioning any specific tools to assemble the bike.

If you choose to pay for assembly (provided you live in an area with a Yuba authorized retailer), Yuba will send the bike to the dealer for assembly and then you are invited to pick the bike up once it’s ready.

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Yuba provides a two-year warranty against manufacturing defects to the original owner.

As long as you include the required fittings for the bike, then yes. Yuba manufacture bamboo decks and soft seats for passengers to sit on.

Yuba Spicy Curry Size Recommendations

The Yuba Spicy Curry and All Terrain models are available in one frame size but can be adjusted to suit riders ranging from 4 foot 7 to 6 foot 4, or 1.45 meters to 1.98 meters. Both the handlebar and seat tube height can be altered to fit riders within the height range.

Yuba’s size chart provides the following information:

Effective Top Tube = 630mm

Further details can be found under ‘Tech Specs’ here.

Ride or Pass?

The Yuba Spicy Curry and All Terrain electric cargo bikes have a lot to offer.

The Spicy curry positions itself as an alternative to a new car, which it comfortably does.

If you and your family make small journeys in your car, this cargo bike is certainly something to consider. The upgrade to Bosch Cargo line motors has made the Spicy Curry more reliable and with the recent addition of the PowerPack 500 batteries, it can last longer and allow you to ride further.

The bike itself offers superb stability with the lower center of gravity thanks to the small 20” rear wheel, while the 26” front wheel allows riders to comfortably tackle roads and light trails.

The All Terrain model allows you to go further and take your family with you, so if you like being outdoors with your family, this bike can get you there without the expense of a car.

Yuba Spicy Curry eCargo Bike

Yuba bikes, named after a river in California, was founded in 2007 by Benjamin Sarrazin who grew up in Strasbourg, France. Located in Cotati, just north of San Francisco, they are specifically focused on cargo bikes. They aren’t all the trendy extended long-tail style either. They also have a cruiser style with a short tail called the Boda Boda and a front loader cargo style, mostly seen in Amsterdam, the Supermarché (which we plan to review as well). Of their five models, only three come with an electric motor option. We had the opportunity to try out the Spicy Curry Bosch, the electric version of their Sweet Curry model.

Configuration

The Spicy Curry is an extended tail style cargo bike built with thick tubes and the Bosch motor is mounted between the pedals. With the soft seat and monkey bars accessories installed, it has an odd empty space between the seat tube and the cargo rack that seems like it should, or could, be used for something. With kids taking up all of the cargo rack, my wife and I kept trying to find a way to attach a little bag of some sort there. If we owned the bike we would probably stitch together a bag to fit that spot perfectly to stash things while on the go.

The bike has a 26-inch front tire and smaller 20-inch rear tire to keep the center of gravity low and to make it easy for kids to climb themselves in. Both wheels come with fenders to cover them.

While the top tube does have a nice sloping angle down from the head tube to the seat tube, it’s not a true step-through style frame.

Passengers Cargo

The raw base model simply provides a long tail rack to be configured to a number of different user types. Yeah, not everybody is getting these bikes just to haul their offspring around. Our version came with the Bamboo Sideboards for the kiddos to put their feet on, the adjustable Monkey Bars for them to be caged in and to have a place to hold on, the Soft Padded Seat for my elder, and the Yepp Maxi EasyFit for my younger (who is not to be trusted to hold himself in) to be totally strapped in. It also came with the upgraded Stand Together dual kickstand which was one of the easier ones to use and stable enough for the kids to climb on the bike (on a totally level surface) without tipping the bike over. Like I said above, this is great for carrying only kids. But not so great for carrying all the gear that often goes with kids (lunch box for school, Dad’s laptop, snacks for the youngest at daycare, etc.). For that you’ll need to add on either their 2-Go Cargo Bags and/or the front mounted Bread Basket.

Yuba lists on their website that the Spicy Curry Bosch can take on a 300-pound load plus the driver. It can also pull a trailer, and while that won’t count against the 300-pound load limit on the frame itself, it will make the bike motor work harder and drain the battery faster.

Power

The Yuba Spicy Curry is powered by a smooth action 250-watt Bosch Performance Line CX Motor mounted between the pedals and is juiced from a Li-ion, 36V, 11Ah, 400Wh battery. They claim that battery provides between 30 and 60 miles of range depending on how it’s used. Our use of hauling the kids all around Boulder—including going up the steep hill to Chautauqua for the Meadow Music concerts—put us right in that range at 35-40 miles. That hill is certainly the big drain. While detaching the battery to bring it in to charge is not a huge hassle, we did love being able to just plug into the battery while it’s still mounted on the bike. On average, we only had to charge the bike about twice a week. The battery is mounted on the down tube and is secured with a key based lock to ensure it doesn’t wander away on its own and it comes with integrated front and rear lights for dark rides.

This is purely a pedal assist bike and does not have a separate throttle like some. So you can’t just ride it like a moped, you have to pedal to get the power. In truth, even after testing bikes with a throttle, this wasn’t a very big deal. The only instance where this proved its limitation was when the chain jammed on me and I had to stop right there along the bike path with my 1-year-old strapped in to fix it. With the throttle option I could have just stopped pedaling and used the throttle to get me the rest of the way home where I could unload the kid and then dig into the problem.

The e-power assist is available in five levels starting with none and up through Turbo. The power assist maxes out around 18-20 mph and at that speed I found the gear ratio to be a disappointment. Even in the highest gear as I passed 18 mph, my legs had to pedal pretty fast to find the resistance point to add more speed. Granted, I don’t need to go that fast, but I still wanted the option to shift up again to push harder. The Shimano 10-speed, 1x gearing is operated with a smooth forefinger and thumb trigger system and was easy to use.

Ride Quality Handling

The 20-inch rear tire makes a big difference in lowering the center of gravity with a load on the rear and makes for a very stable ride. Still, my 5-year-old felt it necessary to test how much she could squirm (particularly when she decided to turn around mid ride to face her brother… or to turn away from him), without sending us all into the creek that runs along some of our bike paths. The 71-degree angle of the head tube (and seat tube) makes for a comfortable and casual geometry for someone my size. The bike is designed to accomodate people ranging from 5- to 6.5-feet tall, but we can’t imagine a 5-foot person being able to ride that bike. My wife, at 5’ 10” had a hard time getting her foot over the bar. And, at 5’ 11” myself, I could already feel that at the height I liked to set the seat it felt like I had to lean forward a bit to reach the handle bars. The seat is broad and comfortable for being in the saddle for extended periods of time.

Maneuvering the bike into the perfect parking spot can be tricky and certainly takes some practice, especially with how the double sided Stand Together kickstand works. The longer tail of the Spicy Curry (900mm) makes it a little harder to rock the bike back onto the rear wheel to pivot it around, but at 60 pounds, it’s not too hard to nudge as needed.

Price

The Yuba Spicy Curry Bosch costs 4,499 which is pretty average for long tail style electric cargo bikes. In total, the accessories we were using cost an extra 667 and I would have liked to add on a front basket, although I would look into alternatives to Yuba’s 180 Bread Basket, but that would be the simplest way to put some extra cargo space up front.

Yuba Spicy Curry Review

  • Kevin Curry
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For someone used to obsessing over wattage, heartrate and how many grams I can shave from my bike, a 60-pound bike capable of hauling two kids and/or 300-pounds of cargo sounded like the last thing I would want to pedal. After-all, cycling is about going fast.

I’ve done a lot of amazing road riding over the past year. I climbed the going to the sun road in Glacier National Park. I looked out over a hundred miles of beautiful country on the Sandia Crest. But, the happiest riding experience of the year was undoubtedly a slow, meandering cruise through Denver riding from park to park with my daughter on-board.

Enter the Yuba Spicy Curry, a bike built to replace the family station wagon. The bike combines the stable, versatile cargo capacity that Yuba has been honing for years and adds a best-in-class Bosch Performance Line CX motor system. The electronic assist feature is easy to learn, press the pedals and it kicks in, reach the 20mph speed limit and the assist drop off. Pedaling up hills or into the wind is a breeze.

The Spicy Curry will carry multiple kids or loads, you can haul up to 300 lbs. of cargo (precious or not) in addition to the rider. The low-rider cargo rack in the back and compact 20-inch rear wheel makes it easy to get kids on and off and keep the center of gravity low for confident riding, even with cargo on board. The whole bike is robust, sturdy and safe feeling. The bike also comes equipped with LED lights, fenders, kickstand and wheelskirts to keep kid feet and cargo from meeting spokes. There’s a bell too.

Like other bikes in this category, the Spicy Curry is designed to be a car replacement and it removes any excuse to ride. The massive built-in cargo rack out back is incredibly versatile and comes with a huge ecosystem of custom accessories from Yuba so you can customize the bike to fit your needs.

How Does It Ride

The Spicy Curry is a cargo bike. The wheelbase is very long and it’s undeniably a huge and heavy bike. Once you start pedaling, though, it feels a lot smaller than it looks. A big part of that is how stable it feels. You expect the bike to drive like a semi-truck, but with the electric assist churning and the center of gravity as low as it is, the bike feels stable and nimble enough to get around and even have fun on the way. The Bosch Performance Line CX motor provides plenty of go, even when being pushed to the limits. The CX variant of the motor was a great choice here. Even pointed uphill the bike gets going from a standstill without breaking a sweat. The motor definitely adds some confidence in riding among traffic, you don’t feel like you’re at quite the speed disadvantage as you’d be pedaling a 60-pound behemoth with additional cargo.

As for that cargo, you can hardly tell it’s there. Whether loaded up with my kiddo, or another bike, or nothing at all I couldn’t tell that the bike rode any different. So what does the cargo think of the ride? My daughter, a rather discerning individual in terms of creature comforts, had no complaints. In fact, she never stopped smiling. The Yepp Maxi Seat she rode in was both incredibly easy to install and very comfortable for her. It’s quite the improvement over the hard plastic death cradles I sat in as a kid.

What I like about the Spicy Curry

Why It’s Special

I’ve ridden a few different cargo bikes over the years, the combination of the 20-inch rear and 26-inch front wheels on the Spicy Curry really make this bike special. The bike successfully does it all. It has a huge cargo capacity without sacrificing stability. It rides naturally whether you have a kid on-board or some other cargo strapped on. The low center of gravity makes the giant bike feel very manageable.

With the unparalleled range of accessories ready to be strapped onto the bike, it’s easy to tailor the fit and layout to your needs. I swapped the bike from carrying a single kid, to carrying my road bike in a matter of minutes. You could easily carry a couple of kids and the groceries without breaking a sweat.

Conclusion

The Yuba Spicy Curry changed my riding for the three weeks I had it. As I rode around town with my daughter, we talked. About her day at school, about what we saw, about the bear hiding in the cave (underpass), and about where we should go. Time melted away and riding became about simply getting around and having fun. People waved at us and we waved back. Drivers even slowed down and passed us with care.

It was a very different experience than kitting up and jumping on the road bike.

Could the Spicy Curry replace a car? Easily, the electric assist makes getting around a breeze and keeps you from sweating through work clothes and the accessory options allow for endless customization.

Yuba Spicy Curry Review

Could the Spicy Curry replace a car? Easily, the electric assist makes getting around a breeze and keeps you from sweating through work clothes and the accessory options allow for endless customization.

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This bike is only available from our Moorabbin showroom and not available for delivery.

The Spicy Curry has been a favourite of cargo bike fans around the globe since 2015.

That’s the year it won the Eurobike Product Innovation Gold Award, and it’s only gotten better since. Celebrating its five-year anniversary, it has been given the the makeover it deserves, enhancing the ride quality, safety features and adding more get up and go.

What’s new? The new Bosch Cargo Line Motor, designed specially for cargo bikes, provides support up to 25 Kph with a whopping 85Nm of torque which enables load-controlled acceleration, even when starting off.

The PowerPack 500 Battery offers increased capacity and range, and the Kiox Color Display records riding data and transmits it via Bluetooth to the Bosch eBike Connect app on a smartphone.

Yuba has also added front and rear thru-axles to increase rigidity of the wheel-frame interface and allow more accurate wheel placement; added new Magura hydraulic 4-piston front and 2-piston rear disc brakes for incredible stopping power, and put the much-loved Spicy Curry geometry on top of new, wider tyres from Schwalbe, for better handling and comfort.

  • Sturdy, low step-over aluminium frame
  • Bosch Cargo Line Motor PowerPack 500
  • 10-Speed Shimano Deore RD-M600 derailleur
  • Magura MT32 hydraulic disc brakes 4 piston
  • Schwalbe Super Moto X Tyres 26 x 2.4 | 20 x 2.4
  • Rear rack with side loaders
  • Double Kickstand
  • E-bike LED lights
  • Fenders wheelskirts
  • Deflopilator
  • 2-year limited warranty

Note: images shown may show optional accessories fitted, these are available at additional cost.

Electric Drive: Bosch Cargo Line 250 W 36 V Bosch PowerPack battery 500 Wh Bosch Kiox display

Battery: PowerPack 500 Wh Passengers: 1-3 Max Load Capacity: 200 kg (including rider) Colour Frame: White Dimensions: 202 x 68 x 115 cm Wheelbase: 1420 mm Shifting System: Shimano 10-speed derailleur; gear lever: Shimano Deore; rear derailleur: Shimano Deore; front derailleur: none Brakes: Magura MT32 hydraulic disc brakes Frame: 6061 Aluminium Lighting: AXA LED Lighting Suitable for the body size: 1.45m to 1.98m Tyres: Schwalbe Super Moto X 26″ and 20 rear Tyre Width: 2,4″/ 2,4″ Rims: DB-32 MTB Double Wall Mudguards: Yes Wheel Skirts: Yes incl. Yepp Adapter: Yes

Note specification suggest to change.

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SKU 101283
Barcode # 854964007564
Brand Yuba
Shipping Weight 35.0000kg

Description

This bike is only available from our Moorabbin showroom and not available for delivery.

The Spicy Curry has been a favourite of cargo bike fans around the globe since 2015.

That’s the year it won the Eurobike Product Innovation Gold Award, and it’s only gotten better since. Celebrating its five-year anniversary, it has been given the the makeover it deserves, enhancing the ride quality, safety features and adding more get up and go.

What’s new? The new Bosch Cargo Line Motor, designed specially for cargo bikes, provides support up to 25 Kph with a whopping 85Nm of torque which enables load-controlled acceleration, even when starting off.

The PowerPack 500 Battery offers increased capacity and range, and the Kiox Color Display records riding data and transmits it via Bluetooth to the Bosch eBike Connect app on a smartphone.

Yuba has also added front and rear thru-axles to increase rigidity of the wheel-frame interface and allow more accurate wheel placement; added new Magura hydraulic 4-piston front and 2-piston rear disc brakes for incredible stopping power, and put the much-loved Spicy Curry geometry on top of new, wider tyres from Schwalbe, for better handling and comfort.

  • Sturdy, low step-over aluminium frame
  • Bosch Cargo Line Motor PowerPack 500
  • 10-Speed Shimano Deore RD-M600 derailleur
  • Magura MT32 hydraulic disc brakes 4 piston
  • Schwalbe Super Moto X Tyres 26 x 2.4 | 20 x 2.4
  • Rear rack with side loaders
  • Double Kickstand
  • E-bike LED lights
  • Fenders wheelskirts
  • Deflopilator
  • 2-year limited warranty

Note: images shown may show optional accessories fitted, these are available at additional cost.

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Electric Drive: Bosch Cargo Line 250 W 36 V Bosch PowerPack battery 500 Wh Bosch Kiox display

Battery: PowerPack 500 Wh Passengers: 1-3 Max Load Capacity: 200 kg (including rider) Colour Frame: White Dimensions: 202 x 68 x 115 cm Wheelbase: 1420 mm Shifting System: Shimano 10-speed derailleur; gear lever: Shimano Deore; rear derailleur: Shimano Deore; front derailleur: none Brakes: Magura MT32 hydraulic disc brakes Frame: 6061 Aluminium Lighting: AXA LED Lighting Suitable for the body size: 1.45m to 1.98m Tyres: Schwalbe Super Moto X 26″ and 20 rear Tyre Width: 2,4″/ 2,4″ Rims: DB-32 MTB Double Wall Mudguards: Yes Wheel Skirts: Yes incl. Yepp Adapter: Yes

Note specification suggest to change.

Specifications

SKU 101283
Barcode # 854964007564
Brand Yuba
Shipping Weight 35.0000kg

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You may choose to restrict the collection or use of your personal information in the following ways:

  • whenever you are asked to fill in a form on the website, look for the box that you can click to indicate that you do not want the information to be used by anybody for direct marketing purposes
  • if you have previously agreed to us using your personal information for direct marketing purposes, you may change your mind at any time by writing to or emailing us.

We will not sell, distribute or lease your personal information to third parties unless we have your permission or are required by law to do so. We may use your personal information to send you promotional information about third parties which we think you may find interesting if you tell us that you wish this to happen.

If you believe that any information we are holding on you is incorrect or incomplete, please email us as soon as possible at [email protected] We will promptly correct any information found to be incorrect.

Security

We take all reasonable steps to keep secure any information which we hold about you. Personal information may be stored both electronically on our computer system, and in hard-copy form. Firewalls, 2048 Bit v3 SSL encryption, passwords, anti-virus software and email filters act to protect all our electronic information.

We do not store credit card information, we securely submit credit card information to our bank for processing.

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