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Hase Spezialräder

Hase Spezialräder
Industry Bicycles
Founded 1994
Headquarters Waltrop, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
Key people Marec hase
Products Bicycle and Related Components

Hase Spezialräder, also known as Hase Bikes, is a German tricycle, tandem and recumbent factory founded in 1994[1] in Bochum by Marec Hase.[2][3][4]

Extraschicht, a yearly cultural event of the Ruhr region takes places, simultaneously with other locations, in the old Waltrop's mine building, now head office of the company.[5]

Hase Bikes holds the Guinness Book of Records record for the longest tandem in the world, with 93 riders and more than 150m long.[6][7]


External links

  • Hase Bikes Corporate Site
  • Velovision British Magazine Article
  • From the manufacturer's website : Document of various international articles about Hase Bikes (12,3 MB)
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