Hero Cycles has launched a
fleet of 9 new Sprint Pro cycles. With the latest offerings, the world’s
largest cycle manufacturer is looking forward to further increase its consumer
base and capitalise on the demand for premium and semi-premium fitness bikes.
The sporty Sprint Pro range of
bikes by Hero Cycles Ltd is its most recent cycle brand. The latest addition of
9 more cycles will further strengthen the Sprint Pro portfolio and will provide
consumers with more options to choose from, suiting to individual taste and
Available at the price range
of Rs. 12000 to Rs 25000, these bikes are manufactured from the Sri Lankan BSH Ventures
plant, a recent acquisition of Hero Cycles.
Adding to the existing Sprint Pro bike range, the new cycles include
Warrior, Sweed, Ceralo, Spark, Trans, Reaction, Halcon, Kixs, and Doran.
Catering to specific consumer
needs and requirements, the new range of bikes has a variety of features to
boast of including all terrain or thicker tyres, alloy frames, front and rear disc brakes, Shimano
gear-shifting systems, to name a few.
The cycles are specially engineered
to suit Indian urban roads for cyclists to zip through the city lanes and
traffic. Also, the edgy look, exciting graphics, and sleek design make the
bikes highly appealing for the young commuters as well as the fitness lovers.
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