Hand-crafted, elegant, fast bicycles for discerning riders.

06Jun11

Boxer crea bicicletas inspiradas en los constructores franceses entre 1930 y 1960, hechas a mano en Seattle son bicis únicas, hechas a medida para cada cliente,

Pertenece a la asociacion de fabricantes de Orgeon Oregon Frame Builderds que nos regala la vista con muchos otros artesanos del acero como Courage e incluso de algun otro como Argonaut Cycles que trabajan investigando con materiales para poder fabricar cuadros de carbolo a medida.

Dan boxer,que . estudio como tantos otros en el United Bicycle Institute,lleva construyendo bicicletas desde 2005.

Boxer bicycles parte de la busqueda de una bicicleta para la vida real…ya que Dan como cicloturista activo y entusiasta ciclista randonneur sabe bien como encontrar la combinación perfecta.

Bixe Boxer LLC nacio en Marzo de 2009 con ayuda de Washington Cash y la mujer y socia de Dan, Katie Pencke.

Una Boxer  Bycicle obtuvo el tercer puesto en el Oregon Manifest Constructor’s Race en Octubre 2009, bicicleta que fue publicada en la Bicycle Quarterly en  el numero de in Winter 2009.

http://boxerbicycles.com/

Boxer Bicycles take great inspiration from the fully-integrated classic bicycles produced by the French constructeurs from the 1930’s to the 1960’s. Handmade in Seattle, WA, using only the finest, lightweight and strong steel tubing, lugs and fittings.

 Boxer bicycles

“Since 2005, Dan Boxer has been building bicycle frames. He learned the craft at the United Bicycle Institute. As an avid randonneur and bicycle tourist, Dan knows what he wants in a “real world” bicycle. Boxer Bicycles LLC was launched in March 2009 with the help of Washington CASH and Dan’s business partner and wife, Katie Pencke.

Dan rode a Boxer Bicycle to third place in the Oregon Manifest Constructor’s Race in October 2009. This bicycle was reviewed by Bicycle Quarterly in the Winter 2009 issue.”

http://boxerbicycles.com/



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