Maurizio Fondriest was born in Cles (Trento) in the heart of the Val di Non on 15 January 1965. The winner of the World Championships at the young age of 23, he won the world cycling cup in ’91 and ’93, the mythical Milan – San Remo in 1993, and collected countless success during his career both in traditional championships as well as stages in the Giro d’Italia and the Tour de France. Read more
Orbea was established in 1840 as a family-run company making revolvers, shotguns and cartridges. With the outbreak of World War I, the company grew quickly. When the war ended, the firm changed business, focusing on the manufacture of precision mechanical products: prams, school desks and, finally, bicycles. Production soon reached as many as 50,000 a year. Read more
Malvern Star, the home-grown Australian icon, was created in 1903 by Tom Finnigan in Glenferrie Road, Malvern, a leafy inner east suburb of Melbourne, Australia. From its early beginnings Malvern Star set out to deliver a range of bicycles built to the highest standards for all Australians. Read more
Like the modest champion sitting in the corner listening as others spit their egos all over each other, SCOTT quietly lets its achievements, its victories; its skills speak for themselves.
"No Shortcuts" defines the SCOTT spirit of doing things the right way, for the right reasons. Read more
Torpado traces its roots all the way back to 1895 when it was founded by Torresini of Padua (hence, its name - Torpado).
In the 1960s Torpado was one of the main sponsors of the pro peloton. In more recent times the brand has transformed into a mountain bike brand producing bikes at the professional level to suit the likes of the professional cyclists of the Torpado Factory Team all the way down to our youngest cyclists. Read more