WINNIPEG, Canada – Northern Bicycle Co., a leading cycling specialist retailer based in Winnipeg, Canada, is pleased to announce that demand for e-bikes is at an all-time high. The company is consistently receiving new models from a range of Canadian companies, including iGO Electric, ENVO, and Velec. This week alone, the company is waiting for 21 Bikes from iGO Electric to be delivered, and if anything, the demand for e-bikes is accelerating.
Northern Bicycle Co. is proud of its Canadian heritage and, where possible, tries to stock as many Canadian manufactured bikes as possible. As the cost of fuel continues to grow exponentially and people become more health-focused, there’s a growing appreciation of the benefits of e-bikes. Whether to get fit or as an economical method of transportation, e-bikes are gaining popularity amongst all age groups.
“As cycling enthusiasts ourselves, we are thrilled with the increasing popularity of e-bikes, as we believe that it is a healthier, greener, and most cost-effective transport solution,” said Robb Massey. As a company, we want to encourage people to come and try our e-bikes which is why we are always happy to provide advice and offer test rides so that anyone can find the best e-bike for their body and lifestyle. With the ever-increasing cost of energy, there has never been a better time to purchase an e-bike, and we are looking forward to and anticipating even more growth in this sector in the short and long-term.”
Northern Bicycle Co. is a locally owned and operated company based in Winnipeg, Canada. The company opened for business on April 1st, 2020, building on the reputation that Portage Cycle & Sport had been building since 1986. The company is focused on providing peace of mind to their customers and ensuring that every client leaves their store with the right bike for them. For more information about the company and the services they provide, visit the website https://www.northernbicycle.ca.
Northern Bicycle Co.
1841 Portage Ave
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