The trademark “S” is recognized by people throughout the world as a brand of A global leader and household name, SUZUKI group is one of only 4 Japanese automotive power houses. In over 100 years of manufacturing history and over 65 years of building motorcycles, Suzuki has always strived to provide ‘value-packed products’ as one of its manufacturing philosophies. The trademark “S” is recognized by people throughout the world as a brand of quality products that offer both reliability and originality. Suzuki stands behind this global symbol with a sure determination to maintain this confidence in the future as well, never stopping in creating ‘value-packed products’.
A historic company founded in the sixties, originally from Brianza Lecchese, specialized in the production of highly successful recreational vehicles.
The first real production of the Fantic arrives with the futuristic Caballero series, a small and powerful off-road vehicle of only 50 cc that becomes a real symbol of those years. The development of the Caballero models reaches the competitions where the product expressly aims to compete in the small displacements class 50cc and 75cc, with which the Fantic brand becomes a prestige by winning on all terrains regularly. For over a decade in the small displacements Fantic Motor dominates and its riders are at the top of the world championships, confirming the great technology of its products.
A historical bicycle company that started as a small cyclery of Carnielli and improved in 1924 by Ottavo Bottecchia.
A new company with a new name “Bottecchia” was born after the death of Ottavio Bottecchia in 1926. In 1940 the work force of Bottecchia was 100 people and the company became an outstanding race form with the historical name of Ottavio Bottechia and under the management of the Carniellu familly.
Trace to the roots back to 1972, the year in which the brand Sportful was founded by Giordano Cremonese.
Growing up in California surfing, skating, and snowboarding, Anthony Sinyard was always confused about why cycling gear or clothing was so dull.
80’s surf brands like T&C Surf, Quiksilver, & Santa Cruz really used vibrant colours. As a UCI pro-Anthony searched far and near for bike brand that emulated the captivating swagger of his favourite surf or skate brands, after coming up empty-handed, the idea spawned to create his own brand. A brand which fused high-performance and vibrant style, he called it SUPACAZ.