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Cookie policy of Bike@Home


With your permission, the Bike@Home website uses cookies for optimum use of the website and to store settings.

To guarantee your privacy and improve the ease of use when visiting our online shop, we think it is important for you to know how and why we use cookies. Below you will find as much information as possible regarding the use of these techniques, including cookies, by bikeathome.com.

Websites have handy and useful techniques which increase the ease of use and which make the site as interesting as possible for each visitor. Well-known examples of this kind of techniques are cookies and scripts (hereinafter both called “cookies”). Cookies may be used by website administrators or by third parties, such as advertisers, who communicate through the website you are visiting.

With these cookies, bikeathome.com ensures that you won't have to receive or enter the same information repeatedly. The use of cookies makes surfing our website easier for you. For the sake of clarity, please note that functional cookies (see below for more information) are always placed, regardless of the chosen option. Permission is not needed to place these cookies.

The use of cookies is safe. Personal information such as phone numbers or email addresses cannot be tracked from cookies. Therefore, cookies can neither be used for email or telemarketing purposes.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file placed on your computer when visiting a website. This text file stores information. This information can be accessed when revisiting the website at a later time. Some of these cookies are necessary in order for the website to function properly. Other cookies are used to enhance the visitor’s ease of use of the website, for example to safely store your user name and preferences. This saves you from having to enter the same information every time you visit the website.

What types of cookies does Bike@Home use?

Cookies used by Bike@Home can be categorized as follows:

Functional cookies

This type of cookies are necessary to ensure the website functions properly. For example, these cookies ensure that the information from one page is carried over to the next page. This saves you from having to enter the same information repeatedly. These cookies also ensure that certain preferences set by you when visiting the Bike@Home website are stored for future website visits. Your prior consent is not required for the use of these cookies.

Analytical cookies

These cookies are required to meet the needs of our users as best as possible by anonymously determining how users use our websites. Considering the low impact these cookies have on your privacy, your prior consent is not required for the use of these cookies. These analytical cookies also include cookies placed and accessed by third parties for Bike@Home, such as Google Analytics.

Social Media cookies

In order to easily share the contents of our websites with others by means of buttons, we use social media cookies from social media parties, so that different social media parties are able to recognize you. Please refer to the policies of these different social media parties for cookies placed by them when clicking buttons and any data which may be collected in doing so. Your consent is required for the use of these cookies.

Bike@Home uses the following social media channels:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram

Tracking cookies

Tracking cookies are used to gather information about your surfing behaviour on our website, so that we can analyse and continue to improve our website. Your prior consent is required for the use of these cookies.

Unforeseen cookies

Considering the way the internet works, Bike@Home does not always have insight into the cookies placed by third parties through our website. An example of this is content stored with other parties which is shown on our website. Should you come across any such content, please let us know.

Adjusting cookie settings and deleting cookies

If you have given us your consent but would like to remove the cookies that we have placed, you can do this by deleting these cookies via your browser. You may also adjust your browser settings to prevent websites from setting cookies or third-party cookies altogether. If you do this some functions of our website may not be available or not function properly. Find out how to adjust the settings for different browsers:

To find information relating to other browsers, visit the browser developer's website.

You can change your cookie preferences or withdraw your consent at any time by opening your ‘Change Cookie Settings’.

If this cookie policy or the cookies placed change, we will adjust the policy and the list of cookies placed. We will inform you about substantial changes.