To celebrate AAPI-month, we created a list of Asian-owned cycling businesses. Support, follow, and share this post to uplift the Asian cycling community!
This is not a comprehensive list by any means, so please add Asian-owned cycling businesses that should be recognized in the comments.
We also want to recognize that many bicycle frames, components, and parts are made in Asia. We are highlighting small to medium businesses in this list, but we acknowledge how the Asian community can and has made a large impact on the cycling industry.
Who: Founded by Faritz M.
About: Custom bicycle frames handcrafted in Malaysia.
Who: Founded by Patti
About: 가방 GaBang pronounced “Gah-baHang” is a one person, small production cycling bag studio in Toronto, Canada.
Post Carry Co.
Who: Owned by Marc Mendoza
About: Rugged and functional bags for traveling and exploring cyclists like ourselves.
Road Runner Bags
Who: Owned by Ester Song
About: Every single item in our store is handmade by us, for you, right in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, CA.
Who: Co-owned by Arya Namdol
About: Perpetually imitated neoclassical bicycle luggage created in Hadlyme, CT.
Who: Simworks founded by Shinya Tanaka, Simworks USA is owned by Rie Sawada
About: SimWorks creates and distributes bicycle products and components to fit every rider’s lifestyle.
Social: @simworks @simworksusa
Who: Founded by Dr. Allen Lim
About: skratch labs makes sports nutrition designed to help you perform better without offending your gut or your taste buds because we use real food, starting from scratch.
Who: Owned by Nao Tomii
About: Japanese native Nao Tomii applies his sculpting background to the handmade bikes he produces at his Austin, TX workshop.
Who: Founded by Jessica Chan
About: Bike bags for your everyday adventure handmade in San Francisco, CA. Tunitas Carryall was born out of a love for cycling, nature, and being a designer and maker.