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India’s largest cycle manufacturer is bringing down the price of the country’s largest-selling model, roadster, to produce “the cheapest bicycle”. The industry is worried, but with demand low and China threat looming, is the Hero Motors move only way to break the cycle?

Hero Cycles plans to hike stake in Sri Lankan bicycle plant

BSH Ventures is an export-oriented firm located in the Biyagama Export Zone of the island nation.


Country’s cheapest bicycle to be priced at Rs 1,999, says Hero Cycles

Hero Cycles has not yet announced a launch date. In a statement, Munjal said, “the upgraded Roadster will have a technologically advanced steel frame that will enable 50 per cent higher load-carrying capacity.

Slash in prices: Industry divided over Hero’s plan to launch cheapest bicycle

On April 25, at a meeting of United Cycle & Parts Manufacturers Association (UCPMA), Pankaj Munjal, MD of Hero Motor company is learnt to have announced that in the next 60 days, the company will be slashing prices of black roadster bicycle by Rs 500.

‘Piracy of design’: Hero Cycles files lawsuit against Avon

The lawsuit was filed a month after Hero Cycles issued a cease and desist notice to Avon, cautioning the latter against Intellectual property rights (IPR) violation practices.

Hero acquires Firefox Bikes, eyes premium cycles market

Firefox Bikes is the largest brand in the country’s premium cycles segment.


Ludhiana remembers O P Munjal, the entreprenuer, friend and lover of arts

O P Munjal was philanthropist, a spontaneous poet with a love for Urdu language and a patron of art and culture.

Cycle rally in Ludhiana on Sunday

The event would include activities such as cycle rally, cycle stunts, yoga, graffiti, Zumba stall, gatka, fancy dress competition, etc.

Wife of Hero Cycles chairman dies at 82

Sudarshan Munjal, wife of O P Munjal, chairman of Hero cycles, passed away on Friday morning after prolonged illness.

Hero Cycles not leaving state,says Badal

Rubbishing reports that Hero Cycles was moving out of the state,Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal on Monday urged the company to start manufacturing cars in Punjab