Global Bike Manufacturers

Giant Manufacturing Co. Ltd. is a Taiwanese bicycle manufacturer that is recognized as the world's largest bicycle manufacturer. Giant has manufacturing facilities in Taiwan, the Netherlands, and China.


Kinesis Industry Co. Ltd. is a manufacturer of aluminum and carbon fiber bicycle frames, forks, and components. Based in Taiwan, it has a plant in Guangzhou, China, and an American subsidiary (Kinesis USA, Inc.) in Portland, Oregon that generates $5-$10 million in annual sales.[1] The company was founded in 1989 by former employees of Giant Bicycles.

Kinesis manufactures and markets its own brand of frames, forks, complete bicycles, and accessories. Brands also manufactured by Kinesis include Commencal, Diamondback Bicycles, Felt Bicycles, GT Bicycles, Haro, Ideal, Jamis, K2, Kona, Kross, Raleigh, Redline Bicycles, Santa Cruz Bicycles, Schwinn, Storck, Sunn, Titus Cycles, Torker, and Trek — as well as the brands marketed by the U.S. company Motobecane USA, Dawes USA, Cycles Mercier, Windsor America.


Apro Tec Co. Ltd
Since 1982, APRO TECH has been making high-quality bicycle frames for the cycling industry. From a humble foundation, we have grown our business by constantly evolving to advance our capability in product development and manufacturing.
As we celebrate our 30th anniversary this year, we remain true to our ideals and core value: honesty, innovation, quality, talent, and solidarity.

We have production facilities in both Taiwan and China to supply for different market segments. Our dedication to excellence and service, and commitment to innovate and adapt, enables us to provide our customers with current and outstanding products. We also encourage our engineering team to work directly with clients, thereby improving efficiency in product development, and fully realize client requirements. Most of all, our staff are passionate about cycling, and we aim to transfer this passion onto our work and our products.

Our mission is clear; by making world-class bicycle frames, we intend to be a part of the driving force that promotes exercise and increases of health awareness worldwide.