Cotic is now offering a 30-day money-back guarantee

Cotic love it or your money back
Ride a new Cotic like this Rocket Max for a month, then decide (Image credit: Cotic)

Cotic has launched a new offer for riders interested in its steel mountain bikes.

The English brand has a strong following for its niche steel-framed bikes and if you’ve always wanted to try one for more than a day, Cotic now has an interesting extended demo strategy.

It’s called the ‘love it or your money back’ deal and works like this: you order the Cotic of your choice and ride it for 30 days. At the end of that extended demo period, if you don’t wish to keep your Cotic, it can be returned, and your purchase price refunded.

Many brands offer daily demos of their bikes, through select dealers. Or even at specific venues, as part of nationwide demo tours. But for a customer, living with a bike and riding varied terrain and trails is a much truer test.

Cotic is so wonderfully confident that its steel frames virtually sell themselves once ridden, that it has decided to pilot the ‘love it or your money back’ offer.

The only caveat to Cotic’s extended demo deal is that the bike must be returned in a saleable condition. Cotic defines this as a bike which isn’t scratched or has suffered structural damage to either the frame or components. You aren’t allowed to add sticker kits or additional decals to the frame if it is to be returned.

Cotic ‘love it or your money back’ offer applies to all nine bikes in the brand’s current range. That means you’ll have the option on both 27.5- and 29-inch wheel-size frames, hardtails, the Escapade gravel bike, or even Cotic’s very capable enduro bikes, such as the 157mm travel Rocket, or its 150mm 29er variant, the Rocket Max.

If ever you were interested in the zingy feel of a steel-framed mountain bike, this is an opportune time to have one on extended testing.

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Lance Branquinho
Freelance writer

Lance Branquinho is a Namibian-born journalist who graduated to mountain biking after injuries curtailed his trail running. He has a weakness for British steel hardtails, especially those which only run a single gear. As well as Bike Perfect, Lance has written for, and Cycling News.