Iconic Folding Bicycle Brompton Now in India

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    Brompton Bicycle, the iconic and the worlds favorite folding bike, is now available in India through ProCycle & Sports India Private Limited based in Bengaluru, India.  

    ProCycle & Sports located in Bengaluru, began selling the London-made bikes last year and showcases an extensive range of Brompton products.

    The Brompton bike is a smart choice for savvy city people, as it’s able to fold down to a third of its size, and weighs on average just 11kg, which makes it suitable to take on all forms of transport and perfect for easily fitting under most Metro Rail scanners. The bike is also great for putting in the boot of a car for a city escape or storing in a taxi when the weather changes or when one wants to get home late at night.

    Adding to its city suitability, with its environmental benefits, one Brompton bike takes 6.2 tonnes less carbon to produce than a car, and a total of 42 Brompton bikes can be parked in a space designed for just one car.

    Vikram Limsay, Managing Director, ProCycle & Sports said, “ProCycle & Sports are excited to see the growth of Brompton over the next year. The brand is iconic across the world and we are hoping it will be as popular inIndia with many commuters using all forms of transport to get around. You could pick up your Brompton in Bangalore or we can ship your Brompton to any location in India and are in the process of setting up an extensive network throughout the country.”

    “Cycling is becoming increasingly popular in India and Brompton is proud to be a part of its growth. With ProCycle & Sports now selling Brompton bikes, we hope even more cities can enjoy life on a Brompton! Brompton is about fun and simplicity, which makes us the perfect folding bike for anyone living in an urban area. We look forward to working with ProCycle & Sports on this exciting new venture for us in India,” said Will Butler-Adams, CEO Brompton Bicycle.


    SOURCE: ProCycle & Sports India Private Limited