Polygon Bikes

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Polygon Bikes
IndustryBicycle manufacturing

Polygon Bikes is a Worldwide Bicycle manufacturer that operates manufacturing facilities in Indonesia. Polygon has globally connected design team, high-tech factories and almost 25 years of experiences in the cycling industry.


Polygon Bikes began building biycles in 1989 for the Southeast Asian markets. They started manufacturing bicycles with steel and aluminium frames. In 1997, Polygon launched a concept store, Rodalink (Roda Lintas Khatulistiwa), which sells Polygon bikes, parts and accessories. In 2007, Polygon expanded its distribution in Australia. Polygon Bikes expanded to Europe in 2011, settling their headquarters in Germany. In April 2014, Polygon Bikes expanded again in America.


Polygon manufactures a broad range of bicycles that includes Mountain bikes, Road bikes, Urban bikes, BMX bikes and Youth bikes.

Mountain Bikes[edit]

Polygon produces mountain bikes for several categories of use.

Mountain Bike Types: Downhill, Freeride, All Mountain, Trail, Cross-country (XC), Leisure, Women's.

Road Bikes[edit]

Polygon road bikes are manufactured in both state-of-the-art composite alloy and carbon frames.

Road Bike Types: Racing, Endurance, Cyclocross, Flat bar road bike.

Urban Bikes[edit]

Polygon Urban models feature aluminum construction.

Urban Bikes Types: Hybrid, Utility, City, Tandem, Folding bike.

BMX bikes[edit]

BMX/ Dirt Jump bikes types: BMX Race, BMX Freestyle, Dirt Jump.

Youth Bike[edit]

Youth Bike Types: Youth Road, Youth Mountain 24", Youth Mountain 20".


Polygon works with their sponsored athletes in the development process to help them test and provide feedback on designs.

Polygon supports the following teams:

  • Polygon UR Team
  1. Downhill: Mick Hannah, Tracey Hannah, and Andrew Neethling
  2. Enduro: Fabien Cousinié
  3. Slopestyle: Sam Reynolds (Bike Freerider)
  • Kurt Sorge