From Italy to Nepal with a Quantor Bike and SON 28!

David Niederkofler, 23 year old, is cycling since 11th of March 2019 from his hometown Luttach in Italy to the Mount Everest in Nepal – from the Alps to the Himalaya. That’s 14.000km through 18 countries to the worlds highest mountain – in nine month, according the plan.

he consulting for the travel bike, perfect components and mounting came from Christopher Walter and Team from Quantor Bikes in Denkendorf, Germany.
The SON 28 for 15mm thru axle with 32 holes was wired weatherproof with the SON Coaxial Adapter so that it never runs out of power. Thanks to the SON Coax Junction Box, the SON 28 supplies not only the lighting with power as well as the charging device for GPS and mobile phone.

He write us:

„For me it was important to use a good product that has proven itself several times. German quality is simply good. I use it with a B+M power plant. This allows me to keep my mobile phone at a constant charge during navigation at an average speed of 16km/h, as long as I switch off the mobile Internet. It takes the most energy. Load also often the GoPro with it, that goes very fast.”

Eurobike: 4 – 7 September 2019 Friedrichshafen

Meet us at our booth A2-407 (Eurobike 4.-6.9. only for trade visitors, 7.9. festival day). Learn everything you need to know about bike lighting and take part in our SON Quiz. See you there.

With a Velotraum bike and a SON hub dynamo to Tokyo!

„Without a plan to Japan“ is the name of the new project of the three adventurers, born in Tübingen. Beginning was 30th of april – destination: the Olympic Games in Tokio 2020. In order to have the perfect bike and equipment for it, the three of them are advised by Stefan Stiener at Velotraum in Weil der Stadt.

Bespoked 2019 – Show for finest handmade bikeculture

The 19th century engine shed right next to Bristol Temple Meads railway station offered a lovely site for Bespoked Show. The special feature: All bicycles presented must have handbuilt frames.