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    REUBER "Boxxhorn" and "hackengas"

    The REUBER "Boxxhorn" and "hackengas" frames

    http://www.reuber-die-marke.de/boxxhorn.html
    http://www.reuber-die-marke.de/hackengas.html

    are welded by ...... NICOLAI and use the gbox

    http://www.mtb-news.de/forum/showpos...1&postcount=12

    Falco Mille - "Is actually also no secret, which we weld the Boxxhorn and heel gas framework for Reuber. For support or with questions one should contact please Reuber directly."

    Interesting

    Website looks Nicolai ish too!

    Found here

    http://www.ridemonkey.com/forums/sho...164697&page=18

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    A sweet looking bike on there webpage.... Another company that has licensed the GB2 technology from Nicolai... On the GBoxx website there is a list of companies that are using the GB2, quite a few too.... Am sure this will expand for sure....

    Be some sweet welds laid down on there frames too am sure...... Ventana has Sex welds, I think Nicolai has Nympho Sex Welds...... LOL
    The_Lecht_Rocks: whafe - cheeers - may i offer an official apology for the wagon wheeler "dis-belief"

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    Alutech ?

    Kind of reminds me of the Alutech line,My Alutech is still to this day the big I had the most fun on.I LOVED that bike.CF..

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    cool info!

    BTW..I fixed the link to mtb-news.de ... it was broken

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karve
    The REUBER "Boxxhorn" and "hackengas" frames
    http://www.reuber-die-marke.de/boxxhorn.html
    http://www.reuber-die-marke.de/hackengas.html
    are welded by ...... NICOLAI and use the gbox
    http://www.mtb-news.de/forum/showpos...1&postcount=12
    Falco Mille - "Is actually also no secret, which we weld the Boxxhorn and heel gas framework for Reuber. For support or with questions one should contact please Reuber directly."
    Interesting
    Website looks Nicolai ish too!
    Found here
    http://www.ridemonkey.com/forums/sho...164697&page=18
    (Thanks for quoting my threads!)

    The similarties of the cited websites are no blind chance: The NICOLAI, the UNIVERSAL TRANSMISSIONS, the REUBER, the GROSSMAN bikes as well as SR SUNTOUR websites were all made by WHYEX (http://www.whyex.com), a "company for styling and surface design" owned by Dipl.-Ing. Karlheinz NICOLAI and the great Dipl.-Des. Hoshi-K. YOSHIDA (http://www.whyex.com/contact.html).

    When you are loking at the by WHYEX made PRO TRACK website (a supplier for sports fishing), you can amusingly see some tripods in colours nearly similar to NICOLAIīs desert/sky/woodland camouflage designs (http://www.pro-tack.de/produkte/drei...ery-frame.html):

    , , .

    Also interesting: LEICA FOTOGRAFIE INTERNATIONAL gallery presenting NICOLAI bikes: http://www.lfi-online.de/gallery/index.php?cat=10836.

    Nice looking, too: The GATES CarbonDriver flyer (http://www.g-boxx.com/pdf/Gates/GATES-Carbondrive08.pdf).

    When you are looking at this nice flyer for UNIVERSAL TRANSMISSIONSī G-Boxx2 (http://whyexfiles.dbap.de/Public/G-B...amphlet-08.pdf) you can easily rediscover the REUBER "Boxxhorn" frame on pages 1 and 3. This gearbox frame design already appeared besides others (i.e. a ROCKY MOUNTAIN "RMX"ish and an ORANGE "Patriot"ish G-BOXX2 design) sometimes ago at Karlīs G-BOXX.org website (http://www.g-boxx.org/06-faq.html).

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