BMX distributor has online ordering system for its four brands

Snap Distribution B2B now live

Snap Distribution has announced the launch of our B2B website,

Consumers can view all the latest news and products from Snap, while dealers can log in to check real-time stock levels and order online for next day delivery.

Snap Distribution is based in Hastings and is the exclusive UK distributor for the following brands :

Intense BMX – Intense BMX is the World’s leading BMX racing manufacturer. Intense was founded and is still run by infamous BMX and MTB legend; Toby Henderson. They are the current UK National No.1 BMX racing team with route55/intense and the sponsor of No.1 Pro racer, Kelvin Batey. Intense have a full range of bikes from sub-£300 entry level race bikes through to Pro-level Team Bikes.

Sinz – Sinz BMX components make a huge range of components for BMX racing. Their parts range from carbon fiber forks (used by 75 per cent of competitors in the Beijing Olympics) to affordable, everyday items like brake cables, grips and brakes.

Intense Tyres – Intense BMX Tyre Systems are at the forefront of High-end BMX racing and dirt/street tyres. Using their exclusive tyre compounds, which they have produced, ITS are able to bring you the most durable, lightest and grippiest tyres and tubes available in racing.

Twenty – Hailing From Toulouse, France. is a rider-owned company offering a large range of high end BMX dirt/street products. The range features super lightweight signature frames, forks, bars and cranks, as well as smaller items like hubs, stems and grips.

Any shops interested in stocking the range of Snap Distribution products can contact Rich Moore on or call on 01424 420033.

Moore told BikeBiz: "We are currently looking for quality dealers with exclusive territories and, as riders with 20 years of experience, can offer advice on products as well as stocking plans."

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