Olympic Legacy – £285k procurement of cycles for the Velodrome

Albeit on a relatively small way, here is one of the first green shoots…

Lee Valley Regional Park Authority has a requirement for a variety of bicycles at the Lee Valley VeloPark.

The Authority will own, fund and manage the VeloPark after the London 2012 Games and once legacy transformation works have been completed.

The Velodrome and the surrounding areas will be transformed into the Lee Valley VeloPark to create a cycling hub for the community and will include a stunning Velodrome with seating for 6 000 spectators, BMX track, one mile road cycle circuit and a mountain biking trail.

The Authority’s requirements have been broken down into their respective Lots to ensure competition is maximised and achieves Value for Money.

The 4 Lots together with the units required as part of the initial order(s) are detailed below:-.

Lot 1 – Supply of Track fixed Gear Bikes (including tandems) x 91 Units.

Lot 2 – Supply of Road Bikes (including tandems) x 91 Units.

Lot 3 – Supply of Hard Trail MTB’S x 80 Units.

Lot 4 – Supply of BMX bikes x 80 Units.

Additional bicycle purchases.

It is a main requirement that the Authority will be able to purchase bicycles of the same specification, or an improved specification, at the contract price throughout the duration of the contract.

AD HOC Purchase of Spare Parts.

It is a main requirement that the Authority will be able to purchase spare parts fit for purpose and to the same specification or an improved specification, at the contract price throughout the duration of the contract.

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