Knaap Bikes Win Big at Industry Awards
Knaap Bikes are celebrating after winning the Best Innovation for a Newcomer Award at the BikeBiz Awards 2020, in association with Tannus Tyres. This prestigious award recognises new brands who have stood out with their groundbreaking design and R&D, and winning the award marks a successful end to a successful first year for this grass roots brand from the Netherlands.
Founder, Robin Cats says:
“We are extremely proud and excited to win and receive such recognition from one of the industry’s leading awards. And it means even more to us that it’s judged by industry professionals and cycling enthusiasts”
The BikeBiz Awards have been running for over a decade and is a key event in the cycling calendar that recognizes and pays tribute to the very best in the industry from the UK cycling scene. Finalists from an array of expertly curated categories were first nominated from across the market, with the final list then being judged by over 50 judges from across the industry tasked with choosing the overall winners.
With its clean lines, urban style and impressive features including a unique two seater base, it’s easy to see how Knaap Bikes fought off strong competition to take home the award. Since launch, the bike and its innovative design has taken the e-bike market by storm grabbing the attention and custom from some of the world’s leading sports stars, leisure brands and entertainment names, making a name for themselves in the industry as one of the worlds coolest e-bikes and “The” brand to watch in the e-bike and leisure goods market.
Robin Cats continues:
“The Knaap Bike AMS has received a phenomenal reception in the UK this year with 2021 looking to grow even further. Therefore, to receive this award for innovation from leading experts and enthusiasts in the UK cycling scene is a huge win for us.”
After receiving such an impressive accolade during challenging times, the award is a fantastic way to mark the close of the year and to start looking forward to a successful and innovative 2021.