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- Taipei Cycle
We stopped by Darfon’s booth on Day 1 of the show for a chat with Evan Chang, Associate Vice President of Darfon’s Green Energy Products …
On the opening day of Taipei Cycle, Tern unveiled its new Quick Haul electric bike. The Quick Haul is a compact e-bike optimized to make life in the city a little easier, a little more convenient, and a lot more fun.
A powerful tool for fast and efficient procurement Facing an ever-changing global market and the impact of Covid-19, business models and sales behaviors have changed. …
By riding your bike just 15 miles instead of driving, you will neutralise the climate impact generated by the production of your Rove shorts. That …
Founded in 1988, the Tianjin Wanda Tyre Group is one of China’s bigger tyre manufacturers. It’s now looking for distributors for its Obor aftermarket brand.
Thermo-injection specialist V-Frames [B2-103] says it can make a frame in 90 seconds, using hardly any human labor and resulting in a fully recyclable product.
When Shimano [B3-300] found out that its apparel production partner in Romania was making backpacks out of airbags, it figured that the material would come in handy for cycling garments as well.
With a molecule that grips onto metal and attaches grease, a small company from eastern France wants to make chain lubrication cleaner and more durable.
Hartje has launched QiO, a new brand focusing on compact utility e-bikes. The first model under the brand is called Eins, which will be seen at Eurobike in September.
Early on, Fritz Jou decided to fully implement the Toyota Production System and an advanced ERP system, allowing for a high degree of flexibility and thus catering to the needs of higher-end bicycle manufacturers.
Thanks to platforms such as Strava, the recording and analysis of performance data has moved from pro to amateur ranks. But most power meters are still priced for pros. Arofly intends to change this with the X-Elite – a product of Taiwan’s high-tech industry.
Portugal’s Polisport Group has acquired Spanish premium helmet brand Catlike, the group announced February 18. Polisport will take over all development, production, and sales of Catlike …
Valeo, a French automotive supplier with a yearly turnover of EUR 19 billion, is now aiming at the e-bike market. Its 48 Volt drive system promises more efficiency and shorter charging times. And it can deliver a massive torque of up to 130 Nm. Valeo’s mid-motor seems aimed at applications where a lot of support is needed – think heavy cargo bikes for commercial use as an example.