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India’s Hero Cycles to launch its first UK-designed e-bike range

Indian-owned Hero Cycles is to launch its first range of British designed, Indian-manufactured, e-bikes for Europe this month. It has designed the new range at its new £2 million Hero Global Design centre in Manchester, which will run the sales and marketing operation for the e-bikes worldwide with its e-commerce …

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India’s Hero Cycles UK operation announces new export campaign

Manchester-based Indian-owned Hero Cycles has announced a new export campaign, in partnership with The Hut Group, for its bike brand Insync. Hero launched the Insync range of 75 bikes for the UK market in May 2018 and has now said it is ready to launch the brand formerly overseas via its website. …

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Insync looks to engage more IBDs with new support programme

Insync is looking to engage more independent bike dealers with its new preferred partner programme. Avocet chief executive Sreeram Venkateswaran said the aim of the programme is to help IBDs win business and give customers the ‘best possible’ buying and after sales experience, and there are already 130 IBDs are …

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Keeping Insync with Hero Cycles

How did the Insync brand start? SV: As part of Hero Cycles’ strategy to grow in the UK and Europe, we wanted to create a master brand that would bring together our four sub-brands. Insync was launched in May 2018 with a range of 75 new bikes designed by our new team …

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Insync to launch Viking Roadmaster at Cycle Expo Yorkshire

Insync is to launch its new Viking Roadmaster bike at the Cycle Expo Yorkshire. The expo will take place at the Yorkshire Event Centre in Harrogate from the 12th-14th October. The Insync brand is operated by Hero’s UK company Avocet Sports which will unveil the Viking Roadmaster at its Insync outdoor stand, …

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Hero Cycles’ launch in pictures

Last week BikeBiz travelled down to Manchester to check out the launch of the major new range from Hero Cycles.  Along with a host of updates to its direct-to-consumer business, the brand also revealed the launch of the Insync range of 75 new bikes. The Insync range is the first …

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