The Bicycle Components Aftermarket in 2022 was US$ 14 Billion and is estimated to be US$ 14.62 Billion in 2023. According to FMI analysis, the bicycle components aftermarket is projected to expand at a CAGR of 6.9% between 2023 and 2033, totaling around US$ 28.3 Billion by 2033.

The increasing traffic circumstances, which have resulted in high petrol prices and unsettling pollution worries, have led to a boom in demand for aftermarket bicycle components. Additionally, the worldwide aftermarket for bicycle components has been defined by a comparable concentration of production in a small number of nations, which corresponds to a corresponding dispersion in global demand.

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Rising energy and oil prices are closely correlated with an increase in people's awareness of fitness, and the number of cars being driven is a major element supporting the expansion of the aftermarket for bicycle components.

According to FMI's analysis, the adoption of bike-sharing programmes in large and medium-sized cities has led to a rapid expansion of the cycling and e-bike infrastructure, which has created a favourable climate for the development of the aftermarket for bicycle components.

Key Takeaways from this study are:

The Anticipated value of the global bicycle components aftermarket reached a valuation of US$ 13.5 billion in 2021.
Sales in the bicycle components aftermarket are anticipated to expand by 8.7 X times from 2023 to 2033.
The United States holds a market share of 35.6% in the global bicycle components aftermarket.
North America’s bicycle components aftermarket has a market value of 40.2%.
China is one of the significantly growing markets for bicycle components, holding around 2/3rd of East Asia bicycle components aftermarket.
Based on component type, demand for road groupsets is expanding at a 7.2% CAGR over the assessment period.
Based on bicycle type, the electric bicycle segment is expected to capture a market share of 62%.
“Increase in the demand for bicycles are the key opportunity for bicycle components aftermarket manufacturers,” - comments an analyst at Future Market Insights (FMI).

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Competition Landscape:

The global bicycle components aftermarket players are attempting to carve out a niche for a particular demographic. Also, some leading and middle-scale manufacturers are focusing on product innovation and high-end technology development in the market to gain a competitive edge.

Some of the prominent players profiled in the Bicycle Components Aftermarket market are:

Dorel Industries, Inc.
Accell Group N.V.
Shimano Inc.
Hero Cycles Limited
Campagnolo S.R.L.
Merida Industry Co. Ltd.
Specialized Bicycle Components
Rohloff AG
Giant Manufacturing Co. Ltd.
Avon Cycles Ltd.
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