Rabindra Dhungel, 26 september 2020. Buying a bicycle depends on the purpose and the budget. Bicycles are usually available in the Nepali market for more than Rs 4,000. Bicycles ranging from a minimum of Rs 5,000 to Rs 500,000 are available in the market.
Also, buying a bicycle depends on the brand and quality. There are usually a variety of targets, from children to the elderly. In which 3 to 5 year old children can buy at least 4 thousand 5 to 5 thousand 5 12 inch bicycle.
Similarly, a 16-inch bicycle can be purchased for children between the ages of 5 and 8. The price is 65 hundred to 8 thousand. In addition, 18,000 to 15,000 18-inch bicycles for children between the ages of 10 and 15 are available in the market.
Similarly, 24-inch bicycles used by the elderly, including the young and the old, have no helpers, says Chaudhary. The price is usually 7 thousand to 12 thousand.
Mountain trekking and cycling bicycles are available in 26-inch gear and non-gear markets. Which can be bought with bicycle gear at a price above 10,500.
The price varies depending on the height of the bicycle and the number of gears.
Bicycles with normal gear are available in the market at a price of Rs 10,500 to more than Rs 100,000.
Similarly, a 27-inch bicycle has the same features as a 26-inch bicycle, but its price ranges from Rs 14,500 to a maximum of Rs 4 lakh, said Chaudhary.
He claims that people use 26-inch bicycles more, especially because they use fewer bicycles.
29 inch gear bicycles are available in the market. It can be bought for more than Rs 8,000.
The best selling bicycle
The best-selling bicycles in the Nepali market are Kings, KTM, Giant and GTA. Similarly, the price of the best-selling bicycle is in the range of Rs 10,000 to Rs 50,000.
Currently, bicycles of Road Robber, Everson, Kings, KTM, Polygon, Trek, Giant, GTL and other brands are available in Nepal.