Cookies: definition

A cookie is a text file that can be saved automatically on your computer when visiting a site or consulting a specific page. This can make it possible to adapt the type and display of the services addressed to your terminal, whether it is a computer, a smartphone or a tablet) and to collect information relating to your navigation.
Cookies are managed directly by the internet browser.

Use of cookies on this site

When consulting the site, cookies (also called tracers) may be saved on your computer, smartphone or tablet.

The Le Marché du Vélo site mainly uses cookies allowing, among other things, audience measurement, user preferences and information concerning the pages consulted and more generally the navigation of visitors. Cookies allow for example to understand the use of sites by users and thus to make them evolve to facilitate the course of the Internet user or improve the content.

The Le Marché du Vélo website uses "Google Analytics" in particular to establish its audience statistics.

The data generated by Google is hosted on servers located in the United States. Google will use this information in order to evaluate your use of the site, however Google Analytics never communicates to its customers the IP addresses themselves.

In accordance with the conditions of use of the Google analytics service, we draw the attention of visitors to the pharmacy site to the conditions of use of this service, which can be consulted here .

You always have the option of accessing the Le Marché du Vélo website by refusing these cookies, navigation will not be affected in any way.

it is possible that other cookies are occasionally placed by third-party sites on your viewing devices when you access pages including integrations from these same sites.

These cookies can mainly come from the following sites:
Twitter, Facebook, Dailymotion, Youtube
Without this list being exhaustive or limiting…

Configure your web browser

You can choose to disable these cookies at any time.

Your browser can also be configured to notify you of the cookies that are stored on your computer and ask you to accept them or not.
You can accept or refuse cookies on a case-by-case basis or refuse them systematically.

Whether it's Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer, you always have the possibility of accessing these settings in the settings of the software used in order to accept, refuse or delete the Cookies.