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Manchester’s Insync Bikes to expand into new 60,000 sq ft premises in Trafford Park

Manchester’s Insync Bikes is set to move its UK headquarters and distribution centre to new 60,000 sq ft premises in Trafford Park. The new premises bring Insync’s corporate and distribution arms together in one location, having previously been based over two sites at Newton Heath and a 40,000 sq ft …

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Insync Bikes named in top 10 fastest growing Indian-owned companies in UK

Manchester-headquartered Insync Bikes has been named one of the fastest-growing Indian-owned companies in the UK after seeing growth of 43% in the last year. Insync Bikes is owned by India’s Hero Cycles and the company has just accepted a Tracker Award in London after appearing in Grant Thornton’s annual India …

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BikeBiz’s guide to the latest e-bikes and accessories – part two

This month, we take a look at the latest e-bikes and accessories from some of the leading brands in the sector, including Haibike, XLC, Benno Bikes, Wisper Bikes, Abus, Oxford, Sigma, Cube, Corratec, Muc-Off, Thok, Insync, Cannondale, Yeti Cycles, Michelin, Likoo Bikes and Perry eHopper Check out part one of our …

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Insync battles price rises to offer dealers kids bike bonus

Manchester-based Insync Bikes is aiming to give bike dealers a Christmas boost by absorbing cost increases of its children’s range of bikes numbering 50 models. Insync Bikes, part of Indian-owned Hero Cycles, is urging independent bike dealers to get in touch to secure models from its kids ranges after it …

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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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