Insync Bikes’ Trafford Park relocation will see it move closer to India-based parent company Hero Cycles. Credit: via Polaris

Insync Bikes takes 60,000 sq ft at Trafford Park 

The new headquarters will see the bike manufacturer vacate premises in Worsley and Newton Heath. 

Insync Bikes’ Trafford Park relocation will see it move closer to India-based parent company Hero Cycles, which acquired the firm in 2018. 

Earlier this year Hero announced it was opening a manufacturing facility at Trafford Park to boost the creation of its e-bike range. 

Insync’s new 60,000 sq ft office and distribution facility will be located within the same complex and is aimed at boosting the firm’s market share to 20% by 2024. 

Insync’s focus will be on the family market producing bikes in mid to premium range of £250-£800 including e-bikes, road bikes, women’s bikes and children’s bikes. 

Raman Awasthi, executive director at Insync Bikes, said: “The new premises are fantastic and enable us to bring our team into one place, ramping up our operations to better serve our 300-strong bike dealer network and our customers. 

“From Trafford Park we can distribute more than 500 bikes a day and customers can also easily come and collect stock. With bigger storage and production facilities we can give bike dealers a quicker, more efficient, more predictable service.” 

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Great to see high value-added manufacturing businesses still thriving in Trafford Park.

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That’s really pleasing news for a change.

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