Under the label Tauwerk, we manufacture and distribute extremely lightweight drive wheels in Germany. We work closely with the Austrian wheel specialist Xentis. We believe that our wheels are among the best you can currently get in this area.
You can find out more about the brand and the bikes here: www.tauwerkwheels.com
The German company Schwalbe, founded in 1922, describes itself as "tyre fanatics". They are not only specialists when it comes to bicycle tyres and inner tubes, but for some years now they have also been experience when it comes to wheelchair tyres. Schwalbe tyres are in demand worldwide, and in Europe they are the market leaders. Both with good reason, in our opinion.
Find out more here: www.schwalbe.com
TPUplus, based in Aachen (Germany), designs, develops and manufactures innovative products made of thermoplastic polyurethanes (TPU). These include, above all, the particularly light and at the same time extremely puncture-proof tubes that are marketed under the label "Revoloop". In cooperation with TPUplus, we have made it possible to manufacture the usual wheelchair tube sizes for the first time.
Find out more here: www.revoloop.com
Founded in 2013 in Dresden, not far away, the company Carbolife stands for fair high-end products "Made in Germany". With the ergonomic, internationally patented handrims you produce in a manufactory, you make a sustainable contribution to this, Improve people's mobility and quality of life.
Find out more here: www.carbolife.de
The Danish company CeramicSpeed, founded in 2001, stands for more than just ball bearings. It stands for the highest level of innovation. And for bearings with incomparably low friction and an unsurpassed service life. Especially in the bicycle industry, they have earned a great reputation. Even today, every single bearing is assembled by hand in Denmark.
Find out more here: www.ceramicspeed.com
Founded in 1996, Enduro Bearings is one of the leading suppliers of ball bearings in the bicycle industry, also for well-known brands such as Trek® or Rocky Mountain®. They stand for durable, excellently sealed and thus maintenance-free bearings.
Find out more here: www.endurobearings.com