Come along for a ride on polyamide
First bikes are always special. Back in the day, the 24-inch wheels and a bright-orange frame used to be a thing of pride for us kids, even if we had to heave the lead-heavy bike up to our rented flat on the fourth floor every evening. We loved it and felt as comfortable in its saddle as Didi Thurau did on the Tour de France in 1977.

The Affenzahn with its polyamide frame looks incredibly fast even when stationary (Photo: Akro-Plastic)

Didi’s great-grandchildren’s generation, however, no longer needs these steel steeds. Young riders are now whizzing around on high-tech bikes made from high-performance polymers.

Affenzahn is the name of the latest product, whose frame is made of high-strength, fully dyed and glass fibre-reinforced polyamide. We like the fact that children can experience the benefits of plastics at a very young age now. After all, it’s never too early for image building… 
17.11.2023 [253967-0]
Published on 17.11.2023

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