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In 1932 bicycle-enthusiast Hans Schauff senior brazed his first racing frame right beside the 6-days track in Cologne. This was the very first step of what was to become the world-wide known bicycle-brand SCHAUFF. The german bicycle-manufacturer is now based in Remagen 50 km south of Cologne. Equipped with high-tech production-facilities, SCHAUFF is private property of the Schauff family.

After WW II the Schauff's moved to Remagen due to the destruction of the factory in Cologne. Restarting the production near the famous "Apollinaris"-church, the company moved in 1968 to a new site close to the railway, to facilitate the transportation of the containers to the many export customers all over the world.

SCHAUFF stands for road racing bicycles, Triathlon- and Mountainbikes, trekkingbikes, BMX-bikes, special suspension touring bikes for people with spinal column problems, lightriders, tandems and citybikes, all made of aluminium, steel or carbon.

SCHAUFF offers a complete range of high quality bicycles for everyone┬┤s taste.

Over the years SCHAUFF has been equipping professional cyclists. From there a lot of innovations derived and resulted in constructing state-of-the-art-bikes.

Specialized bicycle-dealers in Germany and partners all over the world trust in SCHAUFF bicycles, made in Germany.


founded 1907 in Bad Godesberg



winner Silberner Adler 1932



German Champion 1950



frame building in the 1950s



new buildings in Remagen since 1946



new rail connected factory in 1968



toruing bikes in the 1960s



bike revival: folding bike 1966



a 1970s dream: Highriser



racing bikes: Altig-Schauff-Merckx 1978



Aero racing bikes 1980



Mike Kluge: CX - World Champion 1985



Olympic and World Champion: Stefan Steinweg



World Champion: Mark Scanlon



BDR Ausrüster



BMX since 1974



MTB since 1981



Bicycle Design: Colani 1983



Bicycle Design: 4 x Red Dot sice 1996



Pedelec: La Luna e.t.c.



Pedelec: midmotor Mitsubishi mhi



Carbon: Suspac



Carbon: Indy



Carbon: Wall Street Duo



puiblic rental bikes



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