Established in 1989, Ming Cycle was initially engaged in the assembly of bicycles and supply of components. Thanks to its accurate sensitivity to the bicycle market and technologies, Ming Cycle partnered with famous American and European bicycle brands, becoming the special contract manufacturer of international companies. Now, Ming Cycle has 260 employees in Taiwan and produces 300,000 bicycles annually. It’s one of the top 5 bicycle factories in Taiwan and various bicycles it manufactures for famous brands in Europe and America are being sold in over 40 countries in Europe, North America, Oceania and Asia. And its large business team provides customer-oriented services. Optimistic about the business opportunity of global environmental green energy and using the advantages of Taiwan’s being the kingdom of bicycles, Ming Cycle has been developing its own brand and made many investments in Taiwan to make Taiwanese brand enter the global market.
Strida is a portable, belt-driven, folding bicycle with a distinctive 'A'-shaped collapsible frame, designed by UK engineer and designer Mark Sanders. Aimed primarily at commuters and city dwellers whose storage space might be limited, the Strida is designed to be simple to use, quick to fold, and easy to maintain. A folded Strida can be wheeled on and off trains and buses easily, and can provide greater mobility between other forms of transport. Bicycle of simple shape, strong design sense and triangular structure-based frame design makes it firmer. Therefore, seat cushion firmly sticks to triangular frame side, abandons traditional seat tube, making body straight up and ride freely. Belt drive system substitutes traditional metal chain to make riding more smooth, quiet and convenient with no burden.
“Rennrad” means “sports car” in German.
Rennrad is a bicycle specifically designed for children, with most parts made from superior aluminum alloy. It has passed national safety inspection and conforms to relevant standards and regulations. Its removable pedals are developed with pediatricians in Germany to help children learn balance, coordination, tilt control and steering control easily and safely. What’s more, its unique non-pedal design (pushbike mode) enables kids to put their feet on ground so that they can learn balance by moving their feet on the ground. This reduces their fear of learning to ride a bicycle for the first time, increases their self-confidence and enables them to fully enjoy riding a bicycle. When they get older, the pedals can be reinstalled and the pushbike is transformed into a bicycle. Kids can enjoy their childhoods with this “dual-use” bike.