Hexlox recruits Eris Trading as Dutch distributor

Hexlox Bike Security has agreed a deal with Eris Trading to distribute its anti-theft products throughout the Netherlands from October 2019.

The Hexlox, which won Innovation from a Newcomer at the 2019 BikeBiz Awards in September, is a tiny stainless insert placed with a coded key into any existing hex bolt, forming a strong and secure anti-theft system, for any bike component.

According to the brand, Hexlox works “brilliantly” in any environment where bike components theft is an issue or where a bolt needs to be secured from being unscrewed by anyone except the owner.

“With the additional HexSkewers, HexNuts & thru axles, Hexlox offers a versatile collection of security products for every bike part & type of bike,” stated the company.

Marcus Tonndorf, Hexlox CEO, said: “We are very pleased with having found a distribution partner that understands the values we have as a company. Eris Trading has shown that they truly understand the Dutch market and they have long-term relationships with hundreds of well-established shops in the cycling loving country of Netherlands.”

Victor van den Hoff, Eris Trading managing director, added: ”Hexlox offer remarkable products to protect bicycle parts from theft. Never have relatively small products been so effective in its operation.

“Not only bicycle theft is a big problem in The Netherlands, finding a parked bike with missing parts is a big nuisance. With the exponential growth in electric bicycles and speed pedelecs the market for securing parts on expensive bikes is opening. Hexlox is a great addition to our product portfolio as is fits our standards to offer long-lasting, high-quality products at reasonable prices to our dealers.”

Hexlox, made in Germany, is sold online, in over hundreds of bike shops globally and are pre-installed on brands such as Canyon and Schindelhauer.

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