Sturmey Archer is a traditional manufacturer of gear hubs for bicycles.
The foundation stone for the company was laid in Nottingham, England, in 1902 when Sir Frank Bowden commissioned the teacher Henry Sturmey and the engineer James Archer to produce shifting hubs for his Bowden bicycles together.
After a long and successful company history, the company was taken over by SunRace in 2002 and production was relocated to Taiwan.
In recent years, new products have been developed and the quality of existing products has been further improved.
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