Tag Archives: Insync Bikes

Insync to accelerate production to prepare for ‘summer of cycling’

Insync Bikes is accelerating production of affordable family bikes as it prepares for a summer of activity boosted by the pandemic cycling boom. The brand, part of Indian-owned Hero Cycles, is urging independent bike dealers to get in touch to secure models from its ranges as it anticipates delivery of …

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BikeBiz’s guide to the latest women-specific bikes and accessories

This month, we take a look at the latest women-specific bikes and accessories from some of the leading brands in the sector, including The Light Blue, Wisper, Ergon, Selle San Marco, Giro, Scott, CUBE, WTB, Limar, Insync Bikes, SDG, Ride Concepts, Juliana Bicycles, Funkier, Claud Butler and Hiplok The Light …

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HNF Nicolai reports 100% sales growth during 2020

E-bike brand HNF Nicolai has reported a 103% growth in sales during the 2020 calendar year, compared with the previous 12 months. Michael Hecken, chief sales and marketing officer of HNF, said HNF and Hero International’s joint strategy of working with independent bike dealers is paying off with more than …

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Insync sees 2020 sales increase by 200% thanks to COVID cycling boom

Insync has reported a trebling of sales during 2020 and has revealed plans to double the figure in 2021. The brand sold more than 50,000 bikes in retail in the year to November 2020, a 200% increase on the previous year. Insync’s head of business Gopal Krishan said the uptick …

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Insync launches pop-up stand at Selfridges Oxford Street

Insync Bikes has launched a new pop-up stand at Selfridges’ flagship London department store on Oxford Street. The brand’s director of sales and marketing Gopal Krishan said the ‘flash site’ features Insync’s high-end ranges, including the Viking Pro models and Lectro easystep e-bikes. The bikes will retail at between £900-£1500. …

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BikeBiz December edition is now available

The digital edition of BikeBiz December is now available. This month, we catch up with seven distributors to reflect on an unorthodox year, explore Christmas buying habits in 2020 and discuss how the e-bike industry can help promote sustainable transport. This month’s sector guides are wheels, tyres and inner tyres …

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E-bike prices could be cut by up to a third to encourage more cycling

E-bike prices could be cut by up to a third to offer commuters a “sweat-free” way to cycle to work, The Times has reported. Details of the package are set to be unveiled next spring, with trials beginning in the next five months. According to The Times, the subsidy scheme will …

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Insync to build 50,000 new bikes between now and Christmas

Insync has unveiled plans to build 50,000 new bikes between now and Christmas. The brand, owned by India-based Hero Cycles, has welcomed the Government’s decision to allow bike shops to continue trading during the second lockdown, saying it was the correct move to include bike shops in England in the list …

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Local Bike Shop Day 2020 sees record number of bike shops and customers across UK

This year’s Local Bike Shop Day was the “most successful date yet”, with a record number of bike shops and customers celebrating across the UK, organisers have said. The number of bike shops registered on the Local Bike Shop Day website rose by 77%. During the day, the hashtag #supportyourlocalbikeshop had …

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