Temple Cycles has told CI.N that it will now sell to other bike shops as part of the expansion of its own brand bikes into those with pedal assist.
Temple founder, Matt Mears, explained: “This opening of a B2B channel is new for Temple Cycles and coincides with out brand expansion. We have stock right now available to store partners. In particular, we are looking for shops who can champion the products and also who think that they have a good market for our new e-Bike.”
Emerging from three years of extensive R&D and product testing, Temple Cycles growth now stretches from retailer into a new brand name, Temple Electric, which will form the basis of the brand’s growth in the E-Mobility sector.
Two premium e-Bikes, the Classic Electric and the Step Through Electric will cater to the commuter and leisure rider. The bikes weigh around 19kg and are to retail at £3,185. A range of accessories will also be available to compliment the models.
A direct to consumer business model will operate alongside the new B2B avenue, with product sales stretching into Europe.
Shops interested in taking on stock of the Temple brand can enquire by email here.