follow Apollo is proudly a locally owned Australian company, who starting back in 1978 importing steel frames, has now become one of Australia’s largest bike brands and exporters with bikes finding homes in numerous countries the world over. The headquarters are bases in Melbourne and incorporates an in-house product development team, product testing, sales, marketing, warehouse and distribution.

rs vs dollar live forexpros Their range of bikes are made for our Australian market and continually evolve to provide a great balance of outstanding value, reliability and durability. Apollo is also the parent company of the Radius and Neo brands.

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watch Fly’s range of aftermarket frames and parts won the brand a loyal following and add some of the world’s best riders in the mix like Devon Smillie, Sergio Layos, and Ruben Alcantara and you know you’re onto something good.

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http://www.doublezerosolutions.co.uk/dat/9577 In 2006 a conversation between Ryan Sher (pro rider) and Ron Bonner (The Shadow Conspiracy) asked “What if we made everything on your bike?” The goal of the brand is to create complete bikes and products that have an attention to detail that make each bike high quality and hard to duplicate by other brands.

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http://steprightup.com.au/dav/7933 The Forgotten brand came about by a group of Australian riders who felt like the “big” brands had forgotten about the younger rider wanting a solid, park and trail ready BMX that didn’t have a big price tag attached.

forex 10 pips al giorno They offer a small range of 5 bikes but each has hit a sweet spot with value, quality, parts mix and importantly in BMX- style. Critter and Misfit 18” cater to the younger riders, with the Misfit 20” and Curse suit the up and comers, with the Hoax fitting the more advanced riders.

follow From 2 to 12 years old, 12 inch wheels to 24, there will be a bike to suit all young rider’s needs. Attention to detail with size specific saddles, handle bars and geometry mean the little guys and girls will have a great time on their bikes.

The Neo range is Apollo’s no compromise offering and are some of the lightest kids bikes on the market using aluminium frames, forks, bars, stems, wheels and other components making them up to 2 or 3 kg lighter than other brands kids bikes. Radius offer a great balance between cost and quality and still feature a life time warranty on the frames.

One of our most popular offerings in the Apollo bike line up is the Transfer hybrid/urban models the give a great balance of speed, durability and comfort. Both men’s and ladies bikes are available in a range of configurations to suit your specific needs. The Shoreline (women’s) and Incline (men’s) are aimed at leisurely, recreational use and place the emphasis on an upright seating position and comfort and are perfect for short trips.

At the other end of the performance scale is the road and race range, spaning from disc brake equipped endurance model like the Giro and Ultra Disc to the race ready and VIS proven carbon Ascent and Elite models.

Apollo’s mountain bike range can be split into two categories- the 27.5” wheeled Aspire dual suspension and hardtail models with longer travel, wider more aggressive tyres and nimble handling and the XC orientated 29” wheeled Xpert dual suspension and hardtail bikes.

The entry-level models feature double wall rims, all alloy components and Shimano drivetrains so you’re not compromising on quality, even if your budget doesn’t stretch to the elite level Arctec models. Bright colors and modern designs feature throughout the range.