Classic Road Racers exhibition @ Schauff 25.03.2024

On the 5h of May we will host the 6th annual exhibition of classic road racers and other steel bikes at the factory in Remagen.
The event runs from 12 - 16 hours.
This time we will exhibit racing bikes, BMX and MTBs


Schauff Classic Road Racers @ Eroicasouthafrica 15.03.2024

With South Africa's rich cycling history, it's a great time to have the celebrated Eroica event on African soil. Come celebrate road cycling culture with us - bring your classic racing bicycles, and come ride with us through the beautiful Karoo around the dirt roads North of Montagu in the Western Cape.
Set aside the weekend of 13 April 2024 for bicycle-talk, lots of riding, wine-drinking, great food and music.

african road racers

Eroica South Africa

AW Bike 01.03.2024

If you are looking to rent a pedelec when visiting Remagen? by using the nextbike by Tier app it is very easy
These Bikes are located at Remagen station and the ferry in Kripp.

Seasons Greetings! 23.12.2023

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2024!

Salt water reacting with batteries in EVs may be a “ticking time bomb” 14.10.2022

Florida’s chief financial officer and state fire marshal has written to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) saying salt water reacting with batteries in EVs may be a “ticking time bomb” and cause more fires.
Jimmy Patronis said in a statement there would inevitably be more fires following Hurricane Ian as lithium batteries corroded as a result of exposure to salt water. There are large numbers of damaged or submerged EVs following the storm.

Classic Road Racers exhibition @ Schauff 01.05.2022

On the 26th of May we will host the 4th annual exhibition of classic road racers at the factory in Remagen.
The event runs from 13 - 17 hours.

classic road racer

Schauff booth at Cyclingworld show 10.03.2022

we will exhibit at Cyclingworld Düsseldorf 18 - 20 march 2022 Hall "Schmiedehalle"

Seasons Greetings! 22.12.2021

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2022!

Shimano forced to shut Malaysia component factory 11.06.2021

Shimano forced to shut Malaysia component factory in latest blow to the supply chain
(June 2021) Shimano's factory in Malaysia will be completely closed until at least June 14 due to an official COVID-19 mandate. Since June 1, the factory had been allowed to operate at 60% capacity.
Shimano informed its customers of the change on June 10, saying it was uncertain whether it would be able to resume production in any capacity after June 15.
"So far, the Malaysian government has not informed the decisions to be taken after June 15," read a company update that Shimano's Yutaka Taniyama shared with customers. Taniyam is the company's vice president of sales in its bicycle division.
Shimano has in the past manufactured its hubs, derailleurs, wheels, pedals, freewheels and V- and disc-brakes at its Malaysia facilities, which it first established in 1990.
On May 29, Malaysia's prime minister announced that the company would be on a lockdown from June 1-14, with many businesses allowed to continue operating at 60% capacity.
Prior to the lockdown, the country was seeing more than 8,000 COVID-19 cases per day. The goal was to bring the number of daily below 4,000, but this week the average daily rate was still above 5,000, prompting the decision to extend the shutdown indefinitely.
The country has had 3,611 deaths due to COVID-19 since the pandemic began, and 633,000 confirmed cases. Less than 4% of its population is fully vaccinated.

Take a hike: Bike prices will go up again 11.02.2021

Material costs.
Since the start of 2020, aluminum is up 15%, and rubber is up by 50% or more. Steel prices were up about 20% in 2020, and China Steel Corp., Taiwan’s biggest steel maker, announced another 9.5% price increase on Jan. 14.
Even corrugated cardboard is up 10% in the last year, with a sharp price increase in the commodity cost at the end of 2020.
Whether by sea, land or air, moving products around has become slower and more expensive. Contract ocean freights, which are generally set for a one-year period, are up 40%. Spot container rates, which vary constantly depending on the availability of containers and demand, are about 2 ½ times the contract rate.
Even at the high rates, it’s still difficult to arrange for enough containers, importers said.

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