Classified is a technological innovation from the Benelux, the cradle of cycling. It is no coincidence that our first customer is based in Flanders too. Ridley lives and breathes sports. This passion is the driving force behind the creation of every single Ridley bike. Integrating Classified in Ridley bikes was an obvious choice for this innovative brand. All Ridley bikes are designed, meticulously painted and assembled in Flanders and Classified also uses local engineering and production. We’re proud to call Ridley our first customer and are grateful for their support.
Jaegher is a Belgian company crafting measure-made stainless steel race and gravel cycles by hand. As a brand, Jaegher was born in 2012 but we can say it was rather in the 30’s. Jaegher is built on the experience of four generations of cycle manufacturers. Obviously Jaegher cycles and their designs evolve throughout generations in the pursuit of perfection. Very soon after the launch of Classified’s shifting system, Jaegher saw the opportunity to join forces and install the Classified technology on the Jaegher frames. As innovation is important to Jaegher and their customers, they want to give them the opportunity to choose the best components on their measure-made masterpiece.
Rose Bikes is a performance and lifestyle bicycle brand from Bocholt (Germany) which has been advancing bike riding since 1907. The focus of the 480 employee strong family business is on the development of their own premium-quality road bikes, mountain bikes, and e-bikes that are assembled at their headquarters and distributed throughout Europe. This award-winning company is a trendsetter in multichannel commerce and connects online and offline touchpoints like no other.Rose website
Dutch company Isaac Cycle develops and produces exclusive bike frames from high-quality materials. All the development, testing and assembly processes take place in the Netherlands. It is no coincidence that the company is situated in the most inspiring cycling region in the Netherlands: South Limburg.Isaac website