December 1, 2020


(MENAFN – The Express Wire) Sports Bicycle Market Size, Share by Latest Research 2020: Impact of Covid-19, Growth by CAGR 5.82%, Business Prospects Forecast 2020 to 2025

Posted on Nov 27 2020 11:45 AM

“Sports Bicycle Market report monitors the key trends and market drivers of industry. Report analyse competitive developments such as expansions, agreements, new product launches, and acquisitions in the market. It also offers insights of global key players – Giant Bicycle, GT Bicycles, K2 Sports, Jenson, Redline Bicycles.

“Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.”

New Report on ‘ Sports Bicycle Market delivers key insights of current market status, competitive landscape, market outlook by top key players. The research report offers important factors driving the growth of the market, untapped opportunities for market players. It includes inquiries based on historical records, current statistics, and futuristic developments. Based on a detailed analysis of the industry’s key dynamics and segmental performance, the report offers an extensive assessment of demand, supply, and manufacturing scenario.

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Sports Bicycle Market Analysis:

The Sports Bicycle market revenue was 4857 Million USD in 2019, and will reach 6820 Million USD in 2025, with a CAGR of 5.82% during 2020-2025. Bicycles that are fast and easy to operate on smooth surfaces such as rocky terrain and roads are called exercise bikes. These bikes feature multiple gears and an advanced rest system to help the rider improve performance and experience while riding. Bicycles that are fast and easy to operate on smooth surfaces such as rocky terrain and roads are called exercise bikes. These bikes are equipped with multiple gears and an advanced rest system to help the rider improve performance and experience while riding.

The report also includes detailed information about the market players that are operating in the market. Some of the major industry players that are listed in the report include:

  • Giant Bicycle
  • GT Bicycles
  • K2 Sports
  • Jenson
  • Redline Bicycles
  • Trek Cycles
  • Hero Cycles
  • Schwinn
  • Phoenix
  • Atlas
  • Bianchi Bicycle
  • Seven Cycles
  • Kestrel Bicycles
  • Jamis Bicycles
  • Raleigh Bicycles

Scope of Sports Bicycle Market Report:

  • This report provides an analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the global economy and the Sports Bicycle industry.This report also compares the markets of Pre COVID-19 and Post COVID-19.
  • Sports Bicycle market report covers the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 from the perspective of the industry chain.
  • In addition, consider the impact of COVID-19 on the regional economy.

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Segmentation by Types:

  • Mountain bicycles
  • Cyclo-cross bicycles
  • Road racing bicycles
  • Track racing bicycles

Segmentation by Applications:

  • Adult’s sports bicycle
  • Kids sports bicycle

Years considered for this report:

  • Historical Years: 2015-2019
  • Base Year: 2019
  • Estimated Year: 2020
  • Forecast Period: 2020-2025

Geographically, the detailed analysis of consumption, revenue, market share and growth rate, historic and forecast (2015-2025) of the following regions are covered:

  • North

He is sooo grounded.

A teenage YouTube star from Texas was showing off his rich dad’s $3.4 million car when he crashed the ultra-rare ride into a tree, according to wild footage and reports.

Gage Gillean — the 17-year-old son of private equity firm founder Tim Gillean, according to the Daily Mail — was driving the custom-made purple Pagani Huayra Roadster in Dallas when he lost control and mangled the whip, the teen said on Instagram.

“Sh-t happens. Thanking God for a second chance at life. Crash could’ve left us with worse injuries or even death,” he posted on Instagram later, along with images of his pop’s crumpled car.


Gillean, who also shared photos of himself in an arm sling, blamed the crash on low tire pressure and said he suffered minor injuries.

The exotic, Italian-made sports car features a carbon-fiber cabin and can zoom up to 60 mph in 3 seconds. Only about 100 have been released worldwide, according to

Gillean has roughly 84,000 subscribers on his GG Exotics YouTube page, where he often showcases his luxury cars and yachts.

The teen’s dad is the founder of the firm Cross Equities and owns a fleet of high-end vehicles.


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It looks like a Hot Wheels car and I am here for it.


Lamborghini’s future may be a tad dicey right now, but as it stands, the Italian firm is still doing what it does best: creating wild performance cars. The latest happens to take plenty of lessons from the race track and it’s called the Lamborghini Huracan Super Trofeo Omologata, or STO for short.

The Huracan STO bowed on Wednesday as the latest Lamborghini sports car to take a massive amount of influence from motorsport. Specifically, Lamborghini’s Squadra Corse Super Trofeo EVO race series and the Huracan GT3 EVO. The Italian race car has three 24 Hours of Daytona wins and two 12 Hours of Sebring wins under its belt. If a production car is going to learn from a race car, the Huracan GT3 EVO isn’t a bad place to start.

What makes modern race cars really tick are the incredible aerodynamic systems onboard, and the Huracan STO picks up plenty of them. What the company calls the “cofango” is perhaps the most important. The term describes the single piece that makes up the hood, fender and front bumper. The word looks a little silly in English, but it mashes up a couple Italian words for the same terms. Anyway, the cofango’s design sees air pushed over the top of the front fenders where louvers eat it up to reduce pressure and increase downforce. Meanwhile the car’s side profile sweeps air past the wheels to reduce drag. A new front splitter and hood vents also contribute the improving downforce.

Another good angle.


At the rear, a new intake integrated into the rear fender serves as engine air intake and the rear’s hood an air scoop to further improve cooling. A shark fin controls yaw angle as pressure levels dictate its benefits while it also provides a clear path for air to flow onto the adjustable rear wing. With all of these improvements, and more, downforce grows by 53% over the Huracan Performante.

Keeping with the Performante comparison, the STO is almost 100 pounds lighter than the less aggressive coupe thanks to increased carbon fiber use on the exterior panels, magnesium wheels and a lighter windshield. Engineers also fitted stiffer suspension bushings, beefed up the car’s track, installed new anti-roll bars and quickened gear shifts to give that real race car feel. There’s still a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine, though power climbs from 630 horsepower to 640 hp. Bringing all that power to a stop is what Lamborghini calls its CCM-R brake system, which takes cues from Formula One brake system for optimized track performance.

Inside… well, I think two words can sum up the cockpit: carbon fiber. Seriously, everything’s been tossed out in favor of carbon fiber. Floor mats? Carbon fiber. The seats? Carbon fiber. Interior trim? You know it, carbon fiber. Otherwise, Alcantara washes over surfaces and a touchscreen sits in place to handle infotainment. It also includes a telemetry system to record


Pure, simple fun.

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The best thing about the 2022 Subaru BRZ isn’t what’s changed, it’s what hasn’t. Making its debut Wednesday, the new BRZ improves upon its predecessor in a number of ways, but it’s still the same lightweight, rear-wheel-drive sports car we know and love.

Arguably the biggest update is outside, where the 2022 BRZ wears cleaner, meaner sheetmetal. Overall, it’s a good look, with more stylish taillights, LED running lights and a choice of 17- or 18-inch wheels depending on trim. The new BRZ isn’t much bigger than the outgoing model, either — it’s about an inch longer and half an inch shorter in height. Compared to the 2020 BRZ, the new coupe is only 17 pounds heavier, coming in at a svelte 2,815 pounds for a Premium with the manual transmission and topping out at 2,881 pounds for the high-end Limited with an automatic.

Which brings us to the powertrain. A lot of folks subscribe to the belief that the BRZ needs more power, or perhaps a turbocharged option. But we’re big fans of the whole slow-car-fast thing — a little coupe that’ll make you smile without hitting go-directly-to-jail speeds.

A new 2.4-liter flat-four offers 228 horsepower and 184 pound-feet of torque, increases of 23 hp and 28 lb-ft over the old BRZ’s 2.0-liter engine. A six-speed manual transmission is standard while a six-speed automatic is available, the latter adding paddle shifters and automatic rev matching on downshifts.

Make no mistake, the new BRZ definitely won’t be super-quick, but throw some wider wheels and sticky tires on one of these and you’ll be able to carry lots of speed through corners. (Premium models will come standard with 215/45R17 tires while the Limited versions will have 215/40R18s.) Subaru says the 2022 BRZ’s chassis is a lot stiffer, which should help make it a little more nimble. The BRZ will also continue to use a rear-wheel-drive layout, bucking Subaru’s well-known trend of standard all-wheel drive, and the five-mode traction control can either keep things tight and snappy or will let you hang the tail out for nice, controlled drifts.

Inside, the BRZ gets a nice tech upgrade. There’s a 7-inch digital gauge cluster, which is reconfigurable to show all sorts of driving data. Move to the admittedly busy-looking dash and you’ll find an 8-inch screen running Subaru’s Starlink multimedia system, with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto all standard.

There’s a 7-inch digital gauge cluster and an 8-inch infotainment screen.

Michael Shaffer/Subaru

Like the current car, the 2022 BRZ is technically a four-seater, but it’s really only comfortable for two. The rear seats make great places to put backpacks or purses, and they fold flat to allow longer items to pass through from the trunk.

Since the new BRZ isn’t all that different from the old version, it should stay the course as far as pricing is concerned, too. That means the BRZ Premium


Photo credit: Matthew Stockman - Getty Images
Photo credit: Matthew Stockman – Getty Images

From Autoweek

  • Jim Pace raced in 18 Rolex 24 at Daytona events, and scored a class victory in his first race there in 1990.

  • Pace (pictured center, above) took overall honors in 1996, driving with Wayne Taylor and Scott Sharp in a Doyle Racing Olds-Riley & Scott Mk III.

  • In the 50th anniversary Rolex 24 in 2012, he co-drove with AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson to a 12th-place finish.

Veteran sports car racer Jim Race, who raced in the Rolex 24 at Daytona 18 times, died on Nov. 13 in Memphis, Tenn., after contracting the COVID-19 virus. He was 59.

Pace was an 18-time participant in the Rolex 24 at Daytona from 1990-2016. He won in his first Rolex start , taking GTU honors and finishing 12th overall in a Team Highball Mazda RX-7.

Photo credit: Matthew Stockman - Getty ImagesPhoto credit: Matthew Stockman - Getty Images
Photo credit: Matthew Stockman – Getty Images

Pace began his racing career in Barber Saab in 1988, and quickly moved up to sports cars. He finished third in IMSA Camel Lights in 1991, winning at Road America in an Essex Racing Kudzu-Buick. He won the 1994 IMSA Camel GTU championship, winning three races for Leitzinger Racing at Road Atlanta, Indianapolis Raceway Park and Laguna Seca.

Pace (pictured center, above) took overall honors in 1996, driving with Wayne Taylor and Scott Sharp in a Doyle Racing Olds-Riley & Scott Mk III.

He followed up his 1996 Rolex 24 victory by winning the 12 Hours of Sebring in the same car with Taylor and Eric Van de Poele.

Pace took his third victory of the season at Texas World Speedway, co-driving with Taylor. He finished ninth in the championship, scoring five podium finishes. Pace also participated with the team in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, co-driving with Taylor and Sharp.

Pace had a decades-long relationship with the Skip Barber Racing School, including providing coaching and advice to top talents on their way to IndyCar and sports car careers.

Racing through the decades, Pace never lost his touch for competition or feel for a car.

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Photo credit: Jerry Markland – Getty Images

“Racer, teacher, and loyal friend. These are three simple words to describe Jim Pace and the loss our sport feels today due to his passing,” said IMSA president John Doobnan. “When it comes to racing and driving, Jim did it all and saw it all. From a beginner to a champion, Jim counseled drivers on the path to the top after he himself rode that same journey. All of us at IMSA are devastated by losing such a great champion and friend.”

In recent years, he was part of 50-Plus Racing/Highway to Help, competing to raise funds for Alzheimer’s awareness. In the 50th anniversary of the event in 2012, he co-drove with AC/DC lead singer Brian Johnson to a 12th-place finish. He finished eighth in the Prototype class in 2015 and 2016.

Pace had grown his role with Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) in recent years, acquiring an