Samox – the Taiwanese manufacturer for drivetrains and crank components is known for excellent blacksmithing, not only restricted to prestigious OEMs. With innovative technique and a creative mindset, Samox is setting the benchmark for quality, also increasingly in the field of e-bicycles.
WM trading’s own brand P.O.G. (The Power of Gravity) arose in 2007 from an appetite for invention and the search for specialised products, that did not exist on the open market. The brand covers a diverse range, from the licence production of the “German Answer”, the parallelogram fork for OEM use, to headsets and welded high flange rims, to adjustable bottle cages for smaller frames. The portfolio is completed by a selection of classic steel frames for the customised assembly of individual bicycles.
Sugino draws on more than a century of experience in manufacturing premium quality bicycle components. Due to the reliability and quality of their products, Sugino is in use by the most renowned bike manufacturers.
Especially drivetrain components are a vital contribution to the victory of athletes at Olympic Games, Grand Tours, World Championships and other pinnacles of the competitive cycling calendar. Sugino is offering quality on the highest level.
With over 40 years of experience in manufacturing hubs and accessories, KT is amongst the most specialised producers in Taiwan. The list of prestigious OEM clients of this ODM specialist is long.
O-Lite, hub specialist KT’s own brand, offers every conceivable combination of freewheel hubs and axle standards.
O-Lite is offering high-quality hubs at an attractive price point.
The company of the chain coating specialist TAYA Co. Ltd. was founded in 1969 by Mr. Qiu-Lai Wu for the production of motorbike and bicycle, as well as industrial chains. Already by 1984, the annual production of bicycle chains in the family business had grown from 350,000 to 2.6 million. Since 1985, TAYA is exclusively producing bicycle chains. In the following years, the specialist has been concentrating on the development of innovative technologies improving rust protection and durability of bike chains, reaching its current pinnacle in 2009 with the development of GST – Greener Surface Treatment.