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Global Bicycle Industry 2014-2019: Trend, Forecast, and Opportunity Analysis

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Background:

The global bicycle industry is expected to reach an estimated $65 billion by 2019. The major driver of bicycle industry is emergence of cycling as a preferred recreational and fitness activity, growing traffic congestion, and rising fuel prices. Increasing demand for low-cost transportation in developing countries helps to drive the bicycle industry. Electric bicycle use in North America and Western Europe is a new trend as a growing transit option in these regions. Despite various challenges, the market for bicycle is expected to grow over the next five years.

Lucintel, a leading global management consulting and market research firm, has analyzed the global bicycle industry by segments and region, and has come up with a comprehensive research report "Global Bicycle Industry 2014-2019: Trend, Forecast, and Opportunity Analysis." This report provides an analysis of the global bicycle industry and its accessories including analysis of the market trend, competitive landscape, company profiles, mergers and acquisitions, emerging trend, and key drivers of industry growth. The study also includes global forecasts for bicycle through 2019, segmented by region such as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and Rest of World and by end user segments such as road bicycles, mountain bicycles, e-bicycles, and others.

On the basis of its comprehensive research, Lucintel forecasts that majority of the segments for bicycle industry will grow moderately in 2014-2019. Electric bicycle market will remain strong due to increasing demand from China. Developed countries such as Japan, USA, and the European countries are also likely to witness a substantial growth in this segment due to its growing popularity there. Bicycle manufacturers are continuously adopting new strategies to gain market share in this industry. Shimano Inc., Giant Manufacturing Co. Ltd, Merida Industry Co. Ltd, Accell Group N.V, Dorel Industries Inc are the major industry players. Innovation in battery technology would further enhance battery life and lower overall cost for consumers which will drive the electric bicycle market. The biggest challenge the industry faces is increasing popularity of motor vehicles, weak distribution network and rising price of raw materials. Hence it is crucial for the manufacturers to maintain a balance between price and quality. Regular innovation of products is very important for companies to sustain their successful position in the market.

This unique report from Lucintel will provide you with valuable information, insights, and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report will save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and will significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today's stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find.

Features of This Report:

To make business, investment, and strategic decisions, you need timely, useful information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for multinational materials suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, executives, distributors, and many more that operate in this market.
Some of the features of "Global Bicycle Industry 2013-2018: Trends, Forecast, and Opportunity Analysis" include:
- Analysis of competitive intensity of the industry based on Porter's Five Forces model which helps to understand the competitive position of industry players
- Global Bicycle Industry with segment breakdown such as road bicycle, mountain bicycle, E-bicycles, other bicycles, parts & accessories and country analysis of major countries
- Market size in terms of value, market size trend (2008-2013) and forecast (2014-2019), that are useful to make major investment decisions
- Regional Analysis provides bicycle industry breakdown of key regions of North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Rest of the World in terms of value
- Competitive landscape, emerging trends, unmet needs, drivers and growth opportunity analysis helps to ascertain a sound investment decision
1.Executive Summary
2. Bicycle Industry Background and Classifications
2.1: Introduction
2.1.1: Global bicycle industry
2.1.2: Categorization of bicycle
2.1.3: Uses/Application of bicycles
2.1.4: Supply chain
3. Industry Trend and Forecast Analysis
3.1 Industry analysis 2013
3.1.1: Global bicycle industry by value
3.1.2: Global bicycle industry segment by value
3.1.3: Global bicycle industry by region by value
3.1.4: Bicycle industry country analysis
3.2: Industry trend 2008-2013
3.2.1: Macro economy trends
3.2.2: Global bicycle industry trend by value
3.2.3: North America bicycle industry trend by value
3.2.4: Europe bicycle industry trend by value
3.2.5: APAC bicycle industry trend by value
3.2.6: ROW bicycle industry trend by value
3.2.7: Global bicycle industry market segment trend by value
3.2.8: Industry drivers and challenges
3.3: Industry forecast 2014–2019
3.3.1: Macro economy forecasts
3.3.2: Global bicycle industry forecast by value
3.3.3: North America industry forecast by value
3.3.4: Europe industry forecast by value
3.3.5: Asia Pacific industry forecast by value
3.3.6: Rest of World industry forecast by value
3.3.7: Global bicycle industry market segment forecast by value
4. Financial (Cost Structure, Profitability) Analysis
4.1: Global bicycle industry profitability analysis
4.2.1: Cost structure of global bicycle industry 2008-2013
4.2.2: Regional trend cost structure for global bicycle industry
5. Competitor Analysis
5.1: Product portfolio analysis
5.2: Market share analysis
5.3: Growth leadership analysis
5.4: Porter's Five Forces Analysis
6. Growth Opportunity & Strategic Analysis
6.1: Growth opportunities analysis
6.2: Emerging trends in bicycle industry
6.3: Unmet needs in bicycle industry
6.4: Strategic analysis
6.4.1: New product launches in bicycle industry
6.5: Mergers and acquisitions in bicycle industry
7. Company Profiles for Leading Players

List of Figures

Chapter 2. Bicycle Industry Background and Classifications
Figure 2.1: Bicycles by functions
Figure 2.2: Bicycles by number of riders
Figure 2.3: Bicycle by their construction
Figure 2.4: Bicycle fitted with gear system and bicycle gear
Figure 2.5: Bicycle by propulsion
Figure 2.6: Bicycle use for utility
Figure 2.7: Bicycle use for work
Figure 2.8: Bicycle use for recreation
Figure 2.9: Global bicycle industry supply chain
Chapter 3. Industry Trend and Forecast Analysis
Figure 3.1: Global Bicycle Industry ($B) Distribution by Market Segment in 2013
Figure 3.2: Global Bicycle Industry ($B) Distribution by Region in 2013
Figure 3.3: 2013 US Bicycle Riders by Gender
Figure 3.4: 2013 US Bicycle Riders by Age
Figure 3.5: Global GDP Growth Rate Trend
Figure 3.6: Global Population Growth Rate Trend
Figure 3.7: Global Inflation Rate Trend
Figure 3.8: Global unemployment rate trend
Figure 3.9: Regional GDP growth rate trend
Figure 3.10: Regional population growth rate trend
Figure: 3.11 Population age structures 2013
Figure 3.12: Regional inflation rate trend
Figure 3.13: Regional unemployment rate trend
Figure 3.14: Global and regional per capita income trend
Figure 3.15: Global bicycle industry growth trends 2008-2013
Figure 3.16: North America bicycle industry trend 2008-2013
Figure 3.17: Europe bicycle industry trend 2008-2013
Figure 3.18: Asia bicycle industry trend 2008-2013
Figure 3.19: ROW bicycle industry trend 2008-2013
Figure 3.20: Global bicycle industry trend by segment 2008-2013
Figure 3.21: Drivers and challenges of global bicycle industry
Figure 3.22: Global GDP growth rate forecast
Figure 3.23: Global population growth rate forecast
Figure 3.24: Global inflation rate forecast
Figure 3.25: Global unemployment rate forecast
Figure 3.26: Regional GDP growth rate forecast at constant price
Figure 3.27: Regional population growth rate forecast
Figure 3.28: Population age structure, 2019
Figure 3.29: Regional inflation rate forecast
Figure 3.30: Regional unemployment rate forecast
Figure 3.31: Global and regional per capita income forecast
Figure 3.32: Global bicycle industry growth forecast 2014-2019
Figure 3.33: North America bicycle industry forecast 2014-2019
Figure 3.34: European bicycle industry forecast 2014-2019
Figure 3.35: Asia Pacific bicycle industry forecast 2014-2019
Figure 3.36: ROW bicycle industry forecast 2014-2019
Figure 3.37: Global bicycle industry forecast by segment 2014-2019
Chapter 4. Financial (Cost Structure, Profitability) Analysis
Figure 4.1: Global bicycle industry profitability analysis 2008-2013 (%)
Figure 4.2: Cost structure of global bicycle industry 2008-2013
Figure 4.3: Cost structure in North American bicycle industry 2008-2013
Figure 4.4: Cost structure of Europe bicycle industry 2008-2013
Figure 4.5: Cost structure of APAC bicycle industry 2008-2013
Figure 4.6: Cost structure of ROW bicycle industry 2008-2013
Chapter 5. Competitor Analysis
Figure 5.1: Market presence of major players of global bicycle industry
Figure 5.2: Global market share of bicycle manufactures in 2013
Figure 5.3: Market share in terms of $ value of top five players in bicycle industry in 2013
Figure 5.4: Growth leadership matrix in bicycle industry
Figure 5.5: Porter's Five Forces bicycle industry analysis
Chapter 6. Growth Opportunity & Strategic Analysis
Figure 6.1: Growth forecasts in various regions
Figure 6.2: Growth forecasts in various market segment
Figure 6.3: Emerging trends in global bicycle industry
Figure 6.4: Use of LED lights in bicycle handle
Figure 6.5: Unmet need in global bicycle industry

List of Tables

Chapter 1. Executive Summary
Table 1.1: Bicycle industry parameters and attributes
Chapter 3. Industry Trend and Forecast Analysis
Table 3.1: Growth of bicycle users vs. population growth
Table 3.2: China population and percentage of population having bicycle
Table 3.3: Japan population and percentage of population having bicycle
Table 3.4: The Netherlands population and percentage of population having bicycle
Table 3.5: India population and bicycle penetration rate
Table 3.6: Market trends (2008-2013) in global bicycle ($B)
Table 3.7: Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the global bicycle industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.8: Market trends (2008-2013) in North American bicycle ($B)
Table 3.9: Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the North America bicycle industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.10: Market trends (2008-2013) in European bicycle ($B)
Table 3.11: Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the European bicycle industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.12: Market trends (2008-2013) in Asia bicycle ($B)
Table 3.13: Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the Asia bicycle industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.14: Market trends (2008-2013) in ROW bicycle ($B)
Table 3.15: Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the ROW bicycle industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.16 Market forecast (2014-2019) in global bicycle ($B)
Table 3.17 Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the global bicycle
industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.18 Market forecast (2014-2019) in North American bicycle ($B)
Table 3.19 Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the North America bicycle industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.20: Market forecast (2014-2019) in European bicycle ($B)
Table 3.21 Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the European bicycle industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.22 Market forecast (2014-2019) in Asia Pacific bicycle ($B)
Table 3.23 Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the APAC bicycle industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.24 Market forecast (2014-2019) in ROW bicycle ($B)
Table 3.25 Average growth rates for one, three, and five years in the Asia pacific bicycle industry in terms of $ value
Table 3.26: Forecast CAGR by segment: 2014-2019
Chapter 5. Competitor Analysis
Table 5.1: Global market share of bicycle manufactures in 2013

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