1. Avon Cycles

Avon Cycles

Avon Cycles

Avon is one of the Indian brands which started operations before the Independence of the country. Later, in the year 1948, the company was established officially when it commenced bicycle brakes and saddle manufacturing unit. Cycles of AVON is awesome cycle. Cycle has comfortable space for sit. It has awesome modal and we have variety in colors. Fantastic brake, tire, carrier etc. You can purchase cycle of Avon in your budget. Many cycles of Avon are available in store like simple cycle, cycle with gear, single or double jumper cycle. Biography of Avon Cycles founder Pahwa released. Ludhiana, Jul 29 (KNN) Richtributes were paid to founder of Avon Cycles Sohan Lal Pahwa by Union Information and Broadcasting Minister Manish Tewari here. The quality was excellent, the price was economical and the business dealings ethical. That earned the promoter’s instant acceptability. Holding such values dear, the Pahwas built trust, brick by brick. The numbers kept growing and in the pioneers’ league, AVON thus remained in the top performer’s position ever since. The promoters’ abiding faith in human values and fairness, likewise built enduring business bonds with a vast network of dealers in India and abroad. High-class technology, consistent quality and effective after-sales service made a perfect proposition.

2. Bianchi

Bianchi

Bianchi

Bianchi has always been proud of its sizing range – with some models available in up to nine sizes, from 44 to 61 – meaning it’s easy for most people to find a comfortable fit. All bike brands measure their sizes slightly differently, but it’s fair to say that Bianchi bikes come up fairly big when compared to the American giants. Bianchi first introduced Countervail technology embedded into its Infinite frames. The material was patented by the Materials Sciences Corporation, and has elsewhere been used in military helicopters to reduce vibration. Its use for bicycles was developed by Bianchi and tested in NASA aerospace operations. For those seeking Bianchi performance with aggressive geometry, at a more wallet-friendly price point, the Sempre Pro rounds off the race range. The carbon frame boasts plenty of stiffness, with an oversized bottom bracket, though there’s no real aero claims and Countervail tech isn’t on offer. Bianchi makes some thrilling geared road bikes which have dwelled more in the 9/10 arena when reviewed. Those looking to invest in a Bianchi might be better off shopping within the brand’s specialism; we’re not sure its focus is quite so well placed in the single speed arena.

3. BSA Cycles

BSA Cycles

BSA Cycles

The Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited (BSA) was a major British industrial combine, a group of businesses manufacturing military and sporting firearms; bicycles; motorcycles; cars; buses and bodies; steel; iron castings; hand, power, and machine tools; coal cleaning and handling plants; sintered metals; and hard chrome process. After the Second World War, BSA did not manage its business well, and a government-organised rescue operation in 1973 led to a takeover of such operations as it still owned. Those few that survived this process disappeared into the ownership of other businesses. The management had failed to appreciate the importance of the resurgent Japanese cycle industry, leading to problems for the entire BSA group. When Norton Villiers Triumph was liquidated in 1978, the rights to use the brand name of BSA were purchased by a new business, the B.S.A. Company. It’s been a long pending wish that i got granted. The packing of cycle was done in a perfect way by Dhanlankshmi Cycles. The cycle was completely assembled and ready to ride. The graphics on this bike is awesome and makes it shine in crowd. it’s a light weight cycle with slim tires that help you go faster with less efforts. Seat is nice and cushioning is great for comfort.

4. B’Twin

B Twin

BTwin

The bicycles are produced by several manufacturers in Asia and Europe. In 2010, a small part of the assembly process has been relocated to France. Since 2008, more than 1 million bicycles were produced in Portugal. They also sell bike accessories and parts for budget prices. The Btwin My Bike 2016 Single Speed bicycle is all steel in its frame like it’s geared variant. The frame geometry is very simple and reminds us of a how a practical bicycle frame looked like years ago. The top tube is significantly larger than the bottom and the seat tube which shows that no compromise has been done in keeping the steel material strength where it’s supposed to be. The Saddle on the Btwin My Bike 2016 single speed isn’t the best ergonomically design but the padding is good for the new cyclists and definitely adds to the comfort level of the bicycle.  It’s a very comfortable ride, the position, lightweight nature and overall set up means that you can easily spend a lot of time on the bike without suffering from aches and ailments, or feel like the poor relation in terms of keeping up with friends and family who are perhaps on flashier more expensive bikes.

5. Cannondale

Cannondale

Cannondale

The Cannondale Bicycle Corporation is an American division of Canadian conglomerate Dorel Industries that supplies bicycles. But those manufacturing days in Bedford (pictured) are slowly coming to an end as Dorel Industries announced yesterday its shifting Bedford’s operations away from bicycle frame manufacturing by 2010, and to Taichung, Taiwan. All Cannondale 2011model year bikes will be sourced from Asia, according to Dorel. Cannondale began manufacturing aluminum racing and touring frames in 1983, with mountain bike frames added later. Cannondale’s bicycle frame components were made in its factory in Bedford, Pennsylvania, but are now made in multiple factories in Asia. Cannondale is an American brand that was founded in 1971 as an outdoor and camping gear company, who eventually moved into the bike market in the ‘80s. Cannondale is known for its innovation, and particularly its use of the brand’s groundbreaking use of aluminum.

6. Dahon

Dahon

Dahon

Dahon is the world’s largest manufacturer of folding bicycles with a two-thirds market share in 2006. The company was founded in 1982 by David T. Hon, a former laser physicist, and is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, with assembly factories in China, Macau and Bulgaria. The Dahon bike could be folded quickly and also very small, which is excellent for commuters if you are living in a small apartment. The bike itself is easy to use. It will take you no more than 15 minutes to fold a bike. It’s also important to point out that Dahon Mariner is a small-sized and light bike. The Dahon Mariner is the bike that impresses cyclists with its comfort and convenience. The bike itself is easy to use. It will take you no more than 15 minutes to fold a bike. It’s also important to point out that Dahon Mariner is a small-sized and light bike. That means that you’ll find it easy to travel with a bike in public transport. It’s pretty easy to transport with a bike in a bus or in train.

 

7. Hero

Hero

Hero

Hero Cycles Limited, based in Ludhiana Punjab, India is a manufacturer of bicycles and bicycle related products. Mr Pankaj M Munjal is the Chairman & Managing Director of Hero Cycles. A very basic feature if you ask me, but here is the thing: many of the other electric bikes which I evaluated did not support gears. So either you carry that 30Kgs of beast with your or you use electric option. Lectro comes with Shimano 7-gears and shifters which is damn good for city commuting. Most of the other bikes have battery placed outside the frame and that makes me a bit uncomfortable. If you want to show-off, you should probably go for other bikes which are explicitly shouting ‘hey! This is cool bike. Play and break it. It is damn easy and effortless. The best part about Lectro is that it makes cycling a default option for me. I have been using the bike for the last 10 days and this has become my commuting option for all my meetings within 4-5 kms radius. Personally speaking, my usage of my Enfield is down drastically.

8. Ridley

Ridley

Ridley

Ridley Bikes was started in 1997 by Jochim Aerts, a frame builder and painter who had been producing frames for Belgian bicycle companies since 1990. In a few years, Ridley became the market leader in Belgium for racing bikes. It has always been a key part of Ridley’s product development to create a strong alliance with their teams, not just providing them with bikes, but working on a very close basis with the riders and the team mechanics to develop their models. The sponsored teams compete on ‘stock’ frames which enables Ridley to test under extreme riding conditions. This is Ridley’s core development program to ensure that a well refined product is launched to their customers. Feedback from the teams fuels the next generation of Ridley bikes. This passion is in fact the driving force behind the creation of every one of our Ridley bikes. Designed, meticulously painted and assembled here in Flanders. This is something you’ll feel in every pedal stroke while you take your Ridley out on your Sunday group ride, up that arduous mountain, or alongside the canal on your way to nailing that personal record.