Polygon Bikes

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Coordinates: 7°25′11″S 112°43′45″E / 7.419807°S 112.729034°E / -7.419807; 112.729034

Polygon Bikes
TypePrivate
IndustryBicycle manufacturing
Founded1989; 34 years ago (1989)
Headquarters,
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsBicycles
OwnerPT Insera Sena
Websitepolygonbikes.com

Polygon Bikes is a bicycle's trade name made by PT Insera Sena, an Indonesian bicycle manufacturer based in Sidoarjo, East Java. Polygon operates manufacturing facilities in various places in Indonesia.[1] Polygon has a globally connected design team, and commonly used as sponsor and its bike in bicycle competition.[2][3]

History[edit]

Polygon Bikes began building bicycles 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),[4] which sells Polygon bikes, parts and accessories.[5] In 2007, Polygon expanded its distribution in Australia. Polygon Bikes expanded to Europe in 2011, settling their headquarters of Europe in Germany. In April 2014, Polygon Bikes expanded again in America.[6]

Models[edit]

Polygon XQUARONE EX9 (Mountain Bike)

Polygon manufactures a broad range of bicycles that includes Mountain bikes, Road bikes, Urban bikes, E-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".

Sponsorship[edit]

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

Polygon supports the following Athletes:

  1. Enduro: Dan Wolfe

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Facilities « Insera Sena". www.insera.co.id. Retrieved 2019-02-22.
  2. ^ "Our Teams & Riders". Polygon Bikes. Retrieved 2019-02-22.
  3. ^ "About Us « Insera Sena". www.insera.co.id. Retrieved 2019-02-22.
  4. ^ "Rodalink Indonesia | Toko Online Sepeda Berkualitas & Bergaransi". www.rodalink.com. Retrieved 2019-02-22.
  5. ^ "Dealer". Polygon Bikes. Retrieved 2019-02-22.
  6. ^ "History". Polygon Bikes. Retrieved 2019-02-22.

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