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      Our Bike Brands


      On this page you will find some background information on the bike brands that we offer.

      Click on the bike brand that you would like to learn more about or scroll through the different bike brands.


      Learn more about the brands we stock.

      Click on the brand that you would like to learn more about or scroll through the different bike brands.


      Bionic electric bikes logo
      Bionic Bikes are proudly Kiwi owned and operated. 
      They are specialists in electric bikes and design and develop their own bikes right here in New Zealand.

      The company started four years ago with generic, off-the-shelf frames. But soon realized that they could do so much better and began tweaking things to better suit the NZ market. 
      Read more...
      Now they completely design all bikes from the ground up. The results have been so good that some of the designs are being used in Germany and Holland – the Mecca of electric bikes.

      Bionic bikes are designed for performance and comfort, yet for a great price. The Auckland based company is all about providing the best possible service. With their service centre based in Auckland, they always carry a full range of spare parts, which are kept in stock for the lifetime of the bike.

      Cannondale electric bikes logo

      Cannondale has been one of the leading bicycle brands worldwide since they started in 1971. 
      The American bicycle company has its headquarters located in Wilton, Connecticut.

      In a relatively traditional and conservative bicycle industry they managed to shake things up multiple times. Their lefty fork is one of the most well known innovations they came up with in the past. 
      read more...
      They were also one of the first companies to use aluminum alloy and carbon fiber for bicycle frames. Their current offering is still ahead of the game with some eye-catching designs and innovative features.

      Cube electric bikes logo
      CUBE is a German bicycle brand, founded in 1993 by Marcus Pürner. Their goal is: Make your riding experience better. 
      That’s why, as a key part of its worldwide portfolio of bike models, CUBE offers over 80 E-bike models in every cycling category
      Read more...

      While their models may be traditional, that doesn't mean their approach is and they manage to keep their prices within a few percent of their direct sales competitors.

      They also offer a wide range of Cube specific accessories.


      Did you know that? Known as its great value for money, Cube is one of the few that offers a carbon electric mountain bike for under $9.000 (NZD).


      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Devinci is a Canadian bicycle manufacturer based in Chicoutimi, Quebec. Its story starts in 1987, when Devinci began life as Da Vinci (as in Leonardo), a company envisioned by two local engineering students for their university project. 
      Soon after, road biking entrepreneur, Felix Gauthier, entered the mix. By 1990 he had purchased half the company, swapped vowels, and Devinci proper was born.
      Read more...

      This start-to-finish bicycle manufacturer takes pride in its "everything under one roof" ethos, where innovation and quality control reign supreme, from frame and suspension R&D innovation like Split-Pivot, to ultra-precise welding and detailing, giving Devinci the confidence to back every bike frame with a guarantee for life.

      Did you know that? Devinci was the first manufacturer to use Dave Weagle's Split Pivot design. Split Pivot is featured in all of Devinci's dual suspension frames.

      Fun Fact Devinci does almost everything under one roof, from design to manufacturing.


      Bionic electric bikes logo
      Bionic Bikes are proudly Kiwi owned and operated. They are specialists in electric bikes and design and develop their own bikes right here in New Zealand.

      The company started four years ago with generic, off-the-shelf frames. But soon realized that they could do so much better and began tweaking things to better suit the NZ market. Now they completely design all bikes from the ground up. The results have been so good that some of the designs are being used in Germany and Holland – the Mecca of electric bikes.

      Bionic bikes are designed for performance and comfort, yet for a great price. The Auckland based company is all about providing the best possible service. With their service centre based in Auckland, they always carry a full range of spare parts, which are kept in stock for the lifetime of the bike.

      Cannondale electric bikes logo
      Cannondale has been one of the leading bicycle brands worldwide since they started in 1971. The American bicycle company has its headquarters located in Wilton, Connecticut.

      In a relatively traditional and conservative bicycle industry they managed to shake things up multiple times. Their lefty fork is one of the most well known innovations they came up with in the past. They were also one of the first companies to use aluminum alloy and carbon fiber for bicycle frames. Their current offering is still ahead of the game with some eye-catching designs and innovative features.




      Cube electric bikes logo
      CUBE is a German bicycle brand, founded in 1993 by Marcus Pürner. Their goal is: Make your riding experience better. That’s why, as a key part of its worldwide portfolio of bike models, CUBE offers over 80 E-bike models in every cycling category.
      While their models may be traditional, that doesn't mean their approach is and they manage to keep their prices within a few percent of their direct sales competitors. 
      They also offer a wide range of Cube specific accessories. 

      Did you know that? Known as its great value for money, Cube is one of the few that offers a carbon electric mountain bike for under $9.000 (NZD).


      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Devinci is a Canadian bicycle manufacturer based in Chicoutimi, Quebec. Its story starts in 1987, when Devinci began life as Da Vinci (as in Leonardo), a company envisioned by two local engineering students for their university project. Soon after, road biking entrepreneur, Felix Gauthier, entered the mix, things changed. By 1990 he had purchased half the company, swapped vowels, and Devinci was born.
      This start-to-finish bicycle manufacturer takes pride in its "everything under one roof" ethos, where innovation and quality control reign supreme, from frame and suspension R&D innovation like Split-Pivot, to ultra-precise welding and detailing, giving Devinci the confidence to back every bike frame with a guarantee for life.

      Did you know that? Devinci was the first manufacturer to use Dave Weagle's Split Pivot design. Split Pivot is featured in all of Devinci's dual suspension frames.
      Fun Fact Devinci does almost everything under one roof, from design to manufacturing.
      Cube electric bikes logo

      Evinci (formerly known as Volto) Electric Bikes is a New Zealand company and is well known for it’s best value-for-money approach.

      The bikes are developed right here in New Zealand by an experienced engineer. Their aim is to have fun riding an E-bike without the pain of having to spend a leg and an arm. The bikes use quality parts and are well equipped from the start - not like some other brands having small batteries or cheap non-branded brake systems.
      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Video
      German brand Focus is known for its wide range of high quality bikes that covers almost all cycling disciplines. 
      All bikes are developed in Stuttgard, Germany, and final production is carried out with the latest technologies and finest methods available in the cycling industry. The assembly of all bikes takes place in Cloppenburg, Germany, to maintain these high standards.
      Read more...
      Focus has been investing big in the E-bike industry. Their focus lays in beautifully integrated motors and modular battery packs, this with absolutely no compromises to ride quality. 

      Did you know that? On the Focus Jam² & Sam² Bosch you can choose between different wheel size combinations based on your riding style and preference. Thanks to the FOCUS Flip Chip you can ride 27,5”, 29” or the drifter (mullet) wheel option. 

      Fun Fact Founder Mike Kluge (three-time cyclocross World Champion) once said in an interview, that if he could only own and ride one bike, he very much prefers riding an E-bike.  


      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Video
      Gepida is a Hungarian manufacturer of bicycles established in 1996. It takes its name from the Gepids, an East Germanic tribe.
      Among its products are electric bicycles including the Gepida Reptila 1000, released in Autumn 2010. Its bicycles have been reviewed by various organisations and publications. 
      Read more...
      Quality is guaranteed by continuous product development, creative and sophisticated design, precise assembly, modern technology and appropriate value for money. The successful performance of work processes reflect the employee’s love of bicycles and cycling which we try to “build into” our bikes.​​​​​​​

      Did you know that? The high-quality, professional production technology and the expertise of the Gepida engineers make it possible for Gepida to offer Lifetime warranty on the bicycle frames. It is important to register your bike under the Bicycle registration to be able to enforce the warranty.

      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Since 1972 GT Bicycles has proudly been developing bikes, for every type of rider, with a consistent mission. 
      That mission is the same reason everybody throws a leg over their very first bike – pure fun, plain and simple. GT Bicycles remains true to sharing the stoke on two wheels which the brand was founded on because, after all, you can’t have Good Times without ‘GT’!
      Read more...
      GT is noted for innovative BMX designs and their "triple triangle" hard-tail mountain bike frame design — where seat stays are parallel to the downtube and attached to the top tube forward of the seat tube, rather than directly at the seat tube. The company often uses a frame design where the bike's top tube extends rearward past the seat tube, claimed to reduce the vibration transferred to the seat from the rear wheel. Later versions would have "GT" stamped on the end of the extended top tube. 
      GT's new pedal-assist electric bikes are designed around the idea that going further and discovering new places is what bikes are made to do. 

      Did you know that? GT is derived from the initials of Gary Turner. Gary Turner is one of the founders of GT together with Richard Long he started GT in Santa Ana, California.

      Cube electric bikes logo
      Video
      In 1995, Haibike was founded in the small German city Schweinfurt. In the beginning these sporty bikes were still offered under the name of the parent brand Winora, but soon became Haibike. 
      Over the next 15 years, the brand developed new models and further advanced, both visually and technically. Haibike and Winora are part of the Dutch Accell Group, the biggest bike company in Europe.
      Read more...
      In 2010, Haibike presented their eQ Xduro at Eurobike. Never before had a manufacturer created a truly off-road suitable E-MTB

      Did you know that? Haibike is industry-leading in firsts: the first 29er E-MTB, the first E-Road bike, the first E-MTB with electronic suspension, the first carbon full-suspension E-MTB, the first E-Fat bike, the first E-downhill bike and the first electronic system to create smarter ePerformance bikes with their eConnect.

      Fun Fact Haibike were the first in mounting the motor inside the frame. Instead of lying vulnerably on the underside of the bike, the power pack was now securely integrated into the frame and protected from trail debris


      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Video
      Being a direct lineage of one of the world’s oldest motorcycle manufacturer has its perks; for one – Husqvarna is far from being a fresh face in the world of two-wheel mobility; 
      but more importantly, they are an evolution of a vision that has been refining itself for over a 100 years.
      Read more...
      Husqvarna is part of The PIERER Mobility Group, with motorcycle brands KTM, HUSQVARNA Motorcycles and GASGAS, it is one of the European technology and market leaders, especially when it comes to premium motorcycles.

      Cube electric bikes logo
      Kalkhoff was founded in 1919 in Cloppenburg, Germany, and is the leading German bicycle brand of high-end electric city bikes. 
      Kalkhoff is known for developing impressive bikes on both the design and technology fronts
      Read more...
      They launched their E-bike production in 2017, the start of the most successful chapter in Kalkhoff's recent history.

      Did you know that? Kalkhoff is part of the Dutch Pon Group, also known for the brands Santa Cruz, Focus, Juliana and BBB cycling.


      Devinci electric bikes logo
      The KTM brand is known for its famous Austrian motorcycle company founded in 1992, but traces its foundation to as early as 1934. 
      KTM Fahrrad bike industries started in 1964 producing its first bicycles and launched in the USA.
      Read more...
      Since 2000 E-bikes have been an integral part of KTM. In addition to the "usual" city E-bikes, more and more trekking and mountain bikes with electric drives are being manufactured.

      Around 30 different E-bike models are now available. With sales of around 35,000 units per year, KTM is now one of the big E-bike manufacturers on the market.
      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Sinch Bikes is an electric bicycle company based in New Zealand. 
      Sinch Bikes was founded by Stephen James and Kim Struthers – the son of John Struthers, who was the founder of New Zealand's best-known bicycle company Avanti.
      Sinch Bikes was launched in 2019.
      Read more...
      The bicycles are designed for diverse users, ranging from serious athletes to casual bikers and children. Sinch Bike models include: Jaunt (for comfort and ease of use), Mode (for on/off-road riding),Rush (for commuting) and Junior (for the shorter rider).
      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Evolving from the development and deployment of delivery bikes for the New Zealand Postal Service, the Smartmotion
      range was designed for New Zealand’s rugged conditions, with the aim being to produce a durable bike with quality components at an accessible price.
      Smartmotion's New Zealand based design team travels the world, researching and rapidly integrating new technology to improve the performance and ride of the Smartmotion electric bikes. 
      Read more...
      The range now covers a wide spectrum of customer requirements, from commuting, leisure riding on Cycleways, RV auxiliary transport, to mountain biking.

      The SmartMotion electric bicycle range wasa natural progression after Anthony Clyde (director at Neal-Clyde Designs ltd) developed the Smartmotion eDrive system for the New Zealand Post delivery bicycles, in conjunction with NZ Post bicycle manufacturer Reiker Cycles. He spent nearly two years working with Reiker Cycles and NZ Post, trialing components, upgrading, redesigning, until the SmartMotion eDrive system was robust enough to meet the extreme needs of Postal delivery.

      With the success of the 250w and 300w SmartMotion eDrive systems, the idea formed to create a range of super-reliable, yet affordable, SmartMotion electric bicycles. Anthony kept the same ‘industrial/commercial use’ design standard that was required for NZ Post.
      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Video
      Tern is a relatively young company and was founded in 2010. Their core value is creating a sustainable future based on that the bicycle is the ultimate high-efficiency vehicle. 
      They build bicycles with the aim of changing the world. Or at least the way that people move, combining all the things that people need to travel less by car and more by bicycle.
      Read more...
      The Tern GSD is a cargo E-bike that is ready to replace the car. The bike can carry 200kg’s, it will let you carry two kids plus groceries, or a whole lot of cargo—but it’s the same length as a regular bike. Check out what the Tern is all about in the video.

      Did you know that? To ensure less waste, Tern bicycles are made from stronger, long-lasting materials that are intended to last a lifetime. They use a minimum of 10% recycled materials in all their bikes and avoid the use of toxins or harmful chemicals during production.

      VintaGE Electric

      Cube electric bikes logo
      Vintage Electric is a Californian based electric bike company. 
      With design inspiration from vintage vehicle aesthetics and pedal-to-the-metal and future-forward technology, Vintage Electric is constantly seeking for new means of power and improving the way we ride.
      Read more...
      Each one of their bikes is hand-made by a dedicated team of engineers to customer specifications with exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail.
      Their most popular models are The Tracker, Tracker S & Scrambler S.

      Did you know that? That the Vintage Electric Tracker can reach a maximum speed of 60 kilometres per hour. Who needs a car? 
      Video
      Watt Wheels is a kiwi-owned electric bike company. Like us, they are passionate about cycling and exploring our amazing country.
      Check out the video 

      Read more...
      Watt Wheels make some very interesting bikes you won’t find anywhere else, with good value for money. Have a look at their Scout for example, a perfect bike for people like farmers, hunters or trail builders.
      With award-winning and consistently high-scoring bikes, Whyte Bikes are well known around the globe. 
      The British bicycle designer that was established in 1999 is known for its unique geometry and ride character, with the use of high quality materials and components.

      Read more...
      They have created their own linkage systems and worked with suspension suppliers to create custom tunes that keep ride height and geometry composed and consistent however hard you drive through turns, haul on the brakes or stamp the pedals.

      Uncompromised, award-winning Whyte geometry, combined with an ultra-low centre of gravity, means outstanding handling, balance and control. No big cut-out in the downtube to fit the battery in (it loads through a slide-in port at end) means maximum structural integrity, torsional stiffness and UK weather-proof construction. And a complete eSystem from Bosch means quality engineering and unbeatable backup.
      Cube electric bikes logo
      Evinci (formerly known as Volto) Electric Bikes is a New Zealand company and is well known for it’s best value-for-money approach.

      The bikes are developed right here in New Zealand by an experienced engineer. Their aim is to have fun riding an E-bike without the pain of having to spend a leg and an arm. The bikes use quality parts and are well equipped from the start - not like some other brands having small batteries or cheap non-branded brake systems.





      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Video
      German brand Focus is known for its wide range of high quality bikes that covers almost all cycling disciplines. All bikes are developed in Stuttgard, Germany, and final production is carried out with the latest technologies and finest methods available in the cycling industry. The assembly of all bikes takes place in Cloppenburg, Germany, to maintain these high standards.
      Focus has been investing big in the E-bike industry. Their focus lays in beautifully integrated motors and modular battery packs, this with absolutely no compromises to ride quality. 

      Did you know that? On the Focus Jam² & Sam² Bosch you can choose between different wheel size combinations based on your riding style and preference. Thanks to the FOCUS Flip Chip you can ride 27,5”, 29” or the drifter (mullet) wheel option. 

      Fun Fact Founder Mike Kluge (three-time cyclocross World Champion) once said in an interview, that if he could only own and ride one bike, he very much prefers riding an E-bike. 
      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Video
      Gepida is a Hungarian manufacturer of bicycles established in 1996. It takes its name from the Gepids, an East Germanic tribe.
      Among its products are electric bicycles including the Gepida Reptila 1000, released in Autumn 2010. Its bicycles have been reviewed by various organisations and publications. 
      Quality is guaranteed by continuous product development, creative and sophisticated design, precise assembly, modern technology and appropriate value for money. The successful performance of work processes reflect the employee’s love of bicycles and cycling which we try to “build into” our bikes.​​​​​​​

      Did you know that? The high-quality, professional production technology and the expertise of the Gepida engineers make it possible for Gepida to offer Lifetime warranty on the bicycle frames. It is important to register your bike under the Bicycle registration to be able to enforce the warranty.

      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Since 1972 GT Bicycles has proudly been developing bikes, for every type of rider, with a consistent mission. That mission is the same reason everybody throws a leg over their very first bike – pure fun, plain and simple. GT Bicycles remains true to sharing the stoke on two wheels which the brand was founded on because, after all, you can’t have Good Times without ‘GT’!

      GT is noted for innovative BMX designs and their "triple triangle" hard-tail mountain bike frame design — where seat stays are parallel to the downtube and attached to the top tube forward of the seat tube, rather than directly at the seat tube. The company often uses a frame design where the bike's top tube extends rearward past the seat tube, claimed to reduce the vibration transferred to the seat from the rear wheel. Later versions would have "GT" stamped on the end of the extended top tube. 
      GT's new pedal-assist electric bikes are designed around the idea that going further and discovering new places is what bikes are made to do. 

      Did you know that? GT is derived from the initials of Gary Turner. Gary Turner is one of the founders of GT together with Richard Long he started GT in Santa Ana, California.

      Cube electric bikes logo
      Video
      In 1995, Haibike was founded in the small German city Schweinfurt. In the beginning these sporty bikes were still offered under the name of the parent brand Winora, but soon became Haibike. Over the next 15 years, the brand developed new models and further advanced, both visually and technically. Haibike and Winora are part of the Dutch Accell Group, the biggest bike company in Europe.
      In 2010, Haibike presented their eQ Xduro at Eurobike. Never before had a manufacturer created a truly off-road suitable E-MTB

      Did you know that? Haibike is industry-leading in firsts: the first 29er E-MTB, the first E-Road bike, the first E-MTB with electronic suspension, the first carbon full-suspension E-MTB, the first E-Fat bike, the first E-downhill bike and the first electronic system to create smarter ePerformance bikes with their eConnect.

      Fun Fact Haibike were the first in mounting the motor inside the frame. Instead of lying vulnerably on the underside of the bike, the power pack was now securely integrated into the frame and protected from trail debris

      Video
      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Video
      Being a direct lineage of one of the world’s oldest motorcycle manufacturer has its perks; for one – Husqvarna is far from being a fresh face in the world of two-wheel mobility; but more importantly, they are an evolution of a vision that has been refining itself for over a 100 years.


      Husqvarna is part of The PIERER Mobility Group, with motorcycle brands KTM, HUSQVARNA Motorcycles and GASGAS, it is one of the European technology and market leaders, especially when it comes to premium motorcycles.




      Cube electric bikes logo
      Kalkhoff was founded in 1919 in Cloppenburg, Germany, and is the leading German bicycle brand of high-end electric city bikes. Kalkhoff is known for developing impressive bikes on both the design and technology fronts
      They launched their E-bike production in 2017, the start of the most successful chapter in Kalkhoff's recent history.


      Did you know that? Kalkhoff is part of the Dutch Pon Group, also known for the brands Santa Cruz, Focus, Juliana and BBB cycling.


      Devinci electric bikes logo
      The KTM brand is known for its famous Austrian motorcycle company founded in 1992, but traces its foundation to as early as 1934. KTM Fahrrad bike industries started in 1964 producing its first bicycles and launched in the USA.
      Since 2000 E-bikes have been an integral part of KTM. In addition to the "usual" city E-bikes, more and more trekking and mountain bikes with electric drives are being manufactured.

      Around 30 different E-bike models are now available. With sales of around 35,000 units per year, KTM is now one of the big E-bike manufacturers on the market.





      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Sinch Bikes is an electric bicycle company based in New Zealand. Sinch Bikes was founded by Stephen James and Kim Struthers – the son of John Struthers, who was the founder of New Zealand's best-known bicycle company Avanti.
      Sinch Bikes was launched in 2019.

      The bicycles are designed for diverse users, ranging from serious athletes to casual bikers and children. Sinch Bike models include: Jaunt (for comfort and ease of use), Mode (for on/off-road riding),Rush (for commuting) and Junior (for the shorter rider).





      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Evolving from the development and deployment of delivery bikes for the New Zealand Postal Service, the Smartmotion range was designed for New Zealand’s rugged conditions, with the aim being to produce a durable bike with quality components at an accessible price.

      Smartmotion’s New Zealand based design team travels the world, researching and rapidly integrating new technology to improve the performance and ride of the Smartmotion electric bikes. The range now covers a wide spectrum of customer requirements, from commuting, leisure riding on Cycleways, RV auxiliary transport, to mountain biking.

      The SmartMotion electric bicycle range was a natural progression after Anthony Clyde (director at Neal-Clyde Designs ltd.) developed the Smartmotion eDrive system for the New Zealand Post delivery bicycles, in conjunction with NZ Post bicycle manufacturer Reiker Cycles. He spent nearly two years working with Reiker Cycles and NZ Post, trialing components, upgrading, redesigning, until the SmartMotion eDrive system was robust enough to meet the extreme needs of Postal delivery.

      With the success of the 250w and 300w SmartMotion eDrive systems, the idea formed to create a range of super-reliable, yet affordable, SmartMotion electric bicycles. Anthony kept the same ‘industrial/commercial use’ design standard that was required for NZ Post.

      Devinci electric bikes logo
      Video
      Tern is a relatively young company and was founded in 2010. Their core value is creating a sustainable future based on that the bicycle is the ultimate high-efficiency vehicle. They build bicycles with the aim of changing the world. Or at least the way that people move, combining all the things that people need to travel less by car and more by bicycle.

      The Tern GSD is a cargo E-bike that is ready to replace the car. The bike can carry 200kg’s, it will let you carry two kids plus groceries, or a whole lot of cargo—but it’s the same length as a regular bike. Check out what the Tern is all about in the video

      Did you know that? To ensure less waste, Tern bicycles are made from stronger, long-lasting materials that are intended to last a lifetime. They use a minimum of 10% recycled materials in all their bikes and avoid the use of toxins or harmful chemicals during production.

      VintaGE Electric

      Cube electric bikes logo
      Vintage Electric is a Californian based electric bike company. With design inspiration from vintage vehicle aesthetics and pedal-to-the-metal and future-forward technology, Vintage Electric is constantly seeking for new means of power and improving the way we ride.

      Each one of their bikes is hand-made by a dedicated team of engineers to customer specifications with exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail.
      Their most popular models are The Tracker, Tracker S & Scrambler S.

      Did you know that? That the Vintage Electric Tracker can reach a maximum speed of 60 kilometers per hour. Who needs a car?



      Video
      Watt Wheels is a kiwi-owned electric bike company. Like us, they are passionate about cycling and exploring our amazing country. Watt Wheels make some very interesting bikes you won’t find anywhere else, with good value for money. Have a look at their Scout for example, a perfect bike for people like farmers, hunters or trail builders.

      Check out the video 




      With award-winning and consistently high-scoring bikes, Whyte Bikes are well known around the globe. The British bicycle designer that was established in 1999 is known for its unique geometry and ride character, with the use of high quality materials and components.

      They have created their own linkage systems and worked with suspension suppliers to create custom tunes that keep ride height and geometry composed and consistent however hard you drive through turns, haul on the brakes or stamp the pedals.

      Uncompromised, award-winning Whyte geometry, combined with an ultra-low centre of gravity, means outstanding handling, balance and control. No big cut-out in the downtube to fit the battery in (it loads through a slide-in port at end) means maximum structural integrity, torsional stiffness and UK weather-proof construction. And a complete eSystem from Bosch means quality engineering and unbeatable backup.


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