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Hercules Cycles: Your New Companion To Keep You Fit

In our day to day lives, we do a lot of tasks and activities, but we almost always forget to take care of our bodies. A sound body is essential to lead a healthy lifestyle. And eating healthy is not quite enough to do that. You need to have physical activities in your routine and research suggests that cycling is one of the best ways to keep yourself fit. &#;If you&#;re planning to get a bicycle, then you should buy one from one of the most trusted brands. Hercules is a brand that can satisfy almost all the dreams of a rider with qualities like robustness and durability. &#;Hercules offers a broad range of products from mountain terrain bikes to standard bikes. The following are some of the best Hercules cycles in the market.&#;

Hercules Cycles For Mountains: Explore In Style

Hercules cycles come in several varieties, one of which is the mountain cycles. These cycles are designed for off-roading purposes. They have gears, durable tires, and powerful brakes. The CX90 is one of the higher end models from Hercules. It is designed ergonomically and engineered for today&#;s youth. This cycle has all the latest features like the six-speed Shimano gear system, an alloy rim, and an aggressive frame. &#;The bicycle uses an imported rear suspension. The tires are cold shouldered with flying type mudguards. It has traditional V brakes that offer perfect braking. The tire size is 26 inches, and the frame size is 18 inches. It has a steel frame for additional durability.&#;

Hercules Road Cycles: Your Everyday Companion

Cycles that are meant for everyday use on city roads are a breed unto themselves.&#;The Brut Single Speed 26T Road Cycle bright red bicycle is guaranteed to make heads turn. It is an ideal pick for men and has a single speed system. This is one of the economic Hercules bicycles and has Caliper brakes. It has inch tires and a inch frame size. The cycle also has a BMX type handlebar, a Shimano type tires, and an adjustable stem.&#;

The Montra Trance 21 Speed 26T Road Hercules Cycle is engineered to be driven on rough city roads. If you live just a few kilometers from your workplace, you can take this cycle to work. It comes in a black color with traces of blue on the lettering and the seats. This cycle is ideal for men for its stylish appearance because the front wheel has no forks.&#;

The frame of this Hercules cycle is crafted with steel and offers added durability. The back wheel of this cycle has disk brakes that provide perfect braking with greater stability. The cycle has 21 gears that can be changed depending upon the type of the terrain. The tire size of the cycle is 26 inches, and the frame size is 21 inches. The cycle also features a one-year domestic warranty.&#;

Hybrid Hercules Cycles: Ride In Style

Hybrid bicycles can be used for all kinds of terrains and climatic conditions. They are suitable for roads, mud, and mountains. Ideal for both men and women alike, the cycle has an aluminum frame for lightness. The tire size of this cycle is 26 inches, and the frame size is 19 inches. &#;This Hercules cycle has a sleek and stylish design with V type brakes that offer accurate braking without skidding. And if you're a stuntman, then this bike offers great stability and sturdiness to show off your skills. The mud guards of this cycle are specially designed to withstand even extremely muddy roads.&#;

Off-Road Hercules Cycle: Gear Up For An Adventure&#;&#;

The top gear fx hardtail bike boasts a collection of 18 gears and is best suited for men who love cycling on rough roads. It has a front fork and the frame material is made up of steel. The V brake in both of the wheels provides braking without skidding and increased stability. It has inch tires and a inch frame. It comes in two attractive colors namely matte black and blue. Both the mudguards of this cycle are V-shaped. The gear type is Shimano, and the handlebar is of the BMX type. The tires use high-quality cotton, which is quite durable.&#;

Hercules also has several other models to pick from. You can buy your favorite model from a wide range of Hercules cycles online depending on what is more favorable to you.

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The Hercules Fat Bike has been designed for the purpose of providing an incredibly unique off-road experience that is sure to put a smile on your face! Conventional mountain bikes are designed to be ridden with tires filled to psi. The Hercules can be ridden at 15 psi or lower. With Fat 4 inch tyres and a lower psi you will find yourself floating through sand, snow, mud and other variable terrain, offering an off-road riding experience like no other. Prepare for epic cruises along the beach, power slides on snow and solid adventure anywhere you take it. The hydro-formed alloy frame has been built to handle like a dune buggy; it's strong, stable on rough terrain and will take you on paths deemed previously unrideable.

  • Leave a footprint with monster 4" Fat Bike tyres built for adventure
  • Hydro-formed alloy frame to carry any adventurer into the wild and back again
  • Powerful Tektro mechanical disc brakes complete with mm rotor up front keeps you in control over rough terrain
  • Frame Material: Reid Hydroformed Alloy Fatty
  • Fork: 26"
  • Fork Material: Reid Alloy Leg with Cromoly Steerer
  • Handlebars: Reid Oversize Alloy Riserbars
  • Stem: Reid /8" Threadless Alloy, Oversize
  • Grips: Reid Light Foam with Lock On Ring
  • Saddle: Reid MTB Saddle
  • Pedals: Resin Platform, 9/16" Steel Axle
  • Brakes: Tektro Novela Mechanical Disc, Rotors: mm Front, mm Rear
  • Brake Levers: Shimano EF51 Integrated
  • Wheelset Hub: Joytech Fat Bike Specific with QR Axles
  • Wheelset Rim: Reid Alloy Fat Bike Specific (with Weight Reduction)
  • Tires: Fat Bike Specific Kenda Juggernaut 26" x "
  • Shifters: Shimano EF51 STI Shifters
  • Front Derailleur: Shimano Alivio M
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Altus M 8-Speed
  • Freewheel Cassette: Shimano 8-Speed Cassette ()
  • Chain: KMC Z72
  • Crankset: Prowheel Impulse Alloy Crankset (22/32/42t)
  • Bottom Bracket: FP Sealed Bearing
  • Seatpost: Reid Alloy mm Micro Adjust

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Hercules Cycle and Motor Company

Former British bicycle manufacturer

For German Bicycle and Motorcycle manufacturer, see Hercules (motorcycle) and Hercules Fahrrad GmbH & Co.

Founded10&#;September&#;&#;() in Birmingham, England
FateDissolved by parent company



United Kingdom

ParentTube Investments

The Hercules Cycle and Motor Company Limited was a British bicycle manufacturer founded on 9 September [1] in Aston in England.[2]

The name Hercules was chosen for its associations of durability and robustness. The company was founded by Edmund and Harry Crane and started life in Coventry Street, Birmingham, England, initially producing 25 bicycles a week.[3]


Crane's parents bought the Petros Cycle Company which was subsequently managed by Edmund's mother, Edith. Their children, Harry and Ted, left school at 14 and helped their parents with the business. In Jack Crane was declared bankrupt and the family moved to Lightwoods Hill. There they sold bikes at auctions. The bankruptcy finding meant they were bought in the mother's name and sold to the sons even though she had also been made bankrupt.

In , Harry and Ted rented a derelict house in Coventry Street, using a name they had already registered in , the Hercules Cycle and Motor Company. Harry assembled bicycles and Ted cycled around Birmingham for parts. Ted had problems selling because of fierce competition but soon made progress, trading on low price and high quality. Production outgrew the site and bikes were packed on the pavement. The brothers went from 25 to 70 bicycles a week within six months. They moved to a house with a yard in Conybere Street. It had 10 workers. Within a few months, production had doubled and the company moved to larger premises in Conybere Street, Highgate.


In , a third move was made to an ex-Dunlop factory in Rocky Lane, Aston. This became Hercules's Britannia Works and grew to 13 acres (53,&#;m2). It was the site of the company's offices.[3] By production rose to 10, a year. The First World War brought an order to make shells.

In Hercules exported one in five of all British cycles and, by , 40 per cent. In , it took over the Dunlop factory in Nechells, less than a mile to the north-west in Long Acre. This site was named Manor Mills.[4] The company made its six millionth bicycle in February

During this period, Birmingham had been home to a large number of cycle manufacturers, most of which did not prosper. The success of Hercules was attributed to a number of factors, including the name and production methods. After , Hercules produced the majority of the components of their bicycles, apart from the inner tubes and tyres. Factories ran using mass-production, producing more than 1, cycles a day, each taking less than 10 minutes to assemble.

Ted Crane would not employ union members. He paid 10 per cent better than the union rate, although he sacked workers who could not produce 15 per cent more than unionised workers.

Hercules exported a significant percentage of production – by the time Sir Malcolm Campbell was invited to see the three millionth bicycle in , over half the production had been sent overseas, earning £6 million and letters of congratulation from the King and Prince of Wales.

Production continued and by the end of the thirties, Hercules had produced more than six million bicycles, and could claim to be the biggest manufacturer of cycles in the world.[3]

A third factory was added in the s in Plume Street, Long Acre, a short distance from Manor Mills. By this time, Hercules had become one of the largest businesses in Aston, and helped give the area its character.[5] To this day, the mascot of Aston Villa football club is Hercules the Lion.

In , Crane sold the company to Tube Investments for three and a quarter million pounds criticising his accountant who he said had "given away the company".[6] He stayed on the board of the company. TI had been the main supplier to Hercules, providing the tubing from which the bicycle frames were made. By then, Hercules had lost its understanding of the market. Its racing bike had steel handlebars when alloy was the fashion. It had five gears when 10 were normal. It had heavy tubing and not Reynolds The last bicycles with the Hercules name were produced by Raleigh factory in Nottingham. The name was allowed to die, although Hercules registered accounts until the end of and the company was not wound up until 2 December By then it was registered at Raleigh's address in Triumph Road, Nottingham.

Tube Investments combined the company with Norman, Phillips, and Sun to form the British Cycle Corporation in Hercules adopted the slogan 'Wonder Wheels'.


In Eileen Sheridan became involved with Hercules. She broke records for Hercules between and [7]

It was also at this time leading cyclist Derek Buttle approached Hercules about forming a racing team. In , the company agreed, and became one of the first British bicycle manufacturers to run a professional road race team. The team raced on the Continent for a couple of years and disbanded in [8] Sheridan, other time-trial professionals such as Ken Joy, and the road race team, were managed by a member of Hercules' sales staff, racing cyclist Frank Southall. He had held many records and rode for Britain in the Olympic Games. He also rode for Hercules as a professional.

Consolidation and decline[edit]

The British cycle industry suffered a downturn from this time, and Hercules was affected due to its reliance on exports – new tariffs were instituted in the US, and the Empire started to purchase bicycles produced in Africa and Asia. A attempt to diversify into moped production was largely unsuccessful. In Tube Investments made 1, employees of the British Cycle Corporation redundant, following deadlock with unions over changed working practices. Many of the workers were from Hercules factories.[9]

As a result, Tube Investments bought the Nottingham-based Raleigh Cycle Company in to form TI Raleigh Industries. Combined, they controlled 75% of the British bicycle market. Management of the British Cycle Corporation was handed to the Raleigh management, as that company with its greater domestic focus, was larger and better known. Raleigh quickly decided to cut the number of brands, and move to using Raleigh designs and standards. Production was concentrated in Nottingham in , and by there was little left of a distinctive Hercules.

The original company – still part of Raleigh – was dissolved on 2 December [2] The company archives are at the National Cycle Archive.[10]

The brand lives on as part of TI Cycles of India.[11]

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