BUILT IN BRITAIN
Design, Research & Development
Cyclotricity- Built in the UK.
Cylcotricity is the only electric bike range that is entirely built in the UK. We continue to design and assemble our bikes in-house in Fife, Scotland.
Our customer care and management are all located in the same premises, and the team are dedicated to delivering a quality product and service.
Rami Akily, Managing Director- ' We are delighted to offer a premium service to our customers- the feedback has been amazing, and we are looking to continue to grow from our base here in the UK'.
All Cyclotricity e-bikes are designed and modelled in-house. We are passionate about the quality and look of our products. Our philosophy is that our e-bikes always embody the essence of cycling. We design our bikes to ensure the ride provides the same sense of freedom when riding a bike for the first time.
The Cyclotricity engineering process revolves around the question of durability and how to extend the lifespan of the components used. Although our bikes are among the lightest created in the market, it’s vital not to compromise on the robustness of the components. All our raw materials are tested in strictly controlled environments to ensure top and steady performance. Our engineering and procurement departments work closely together.
Although much of our work makes use of standard bike components, there are a lot of other components that we manufacture from scratch by ourselves making use of laser cut and CNC machined parts. These tend to be the elements of the bike that directly impact quality/durability and is usually carried out with the help of British engineering firms.
It is engineering that bridges the gap between design and assembly, and it is here we get to watch our Eureka moments come to life!
As part of our commitment to attention to detail, we blast a lot of our alloy metals prior to painting for an added glance and visibly high quality finish.
Once all the individual components are tested and ready for the build, they are lined up on the assembly line. This stage is strictly all done at our own premises with no outsourcing taking place. The reason for us to insist on doing this part entirely by ourselves is to gain full visibility into how the different components come together and form the end product.