We have had this item for sale for ages in the shop, but for some reason never took it for sale online. Well that changed now, and we are pleased to offer the Sögreni Mud Flap in three different leather colours.
An easy way to upgrade any bicycle, and also a way of reducing the amount of water and mud you might spray your fellow bicyclists riding behind you with. See more pictures and order here
Just before christmas, we finally sat down and made a newsletter, it was a very long time since the last one. If you want to subscribe, just add your e-mail in the small box on the left hand side on almost all pages on this website. We will only send you a newsletter when there is something we really want to tell you about – every other month or so. Welcome aboard!
We did it for the limited edition of bicycles for Danish design and silverware company Georg Jensen, and soon you can too. It will be possible to order a personal engraving on your Sögreni bicycle, on one or both sides of the frame. It could be your name, your bicycles name, the name of the person getting the bicycle as a gift – or anything else.
You will be able to choose between different kinds of typefaces and sizes of text. Another good thing about engraving your Sögreni bicycle will be the enhanced uniqueness, making it even more uninteresting to steal.
This week we finished this Old Shatterhand with a twist: the front mudguard is turned the other way around. This was an idea that we had wanted to try out for a while, and the upcoming owner also thought it … Continue reading →
After a lot of thinking, planning, technical drawings and lots of coffee, we are almost ready to launch the all new Sögreni Metal Front Bag. It is not for sale yet, but we just wanted to share this picture of one of the very first full-size prototypes. Nice, huh? We do not know when it will be released for sale, but quite soon. One thing we know, is that this will be a small production in the beginning, every unit is (of course) made by hand in the shop, and production numbers will be limited. (Thanks for the photo, courtesy of Ms. Minhye Jung).
What a nice little movie! Filmmaker Jan Cervený just made this clip, 3:53 minutes long from and about the shop. In Danish, but you do not need a translation to understand how the bicycles are built by hand, and to get the overall meaning of the Sögreni attitude towards craftmanship. It is also possible to get English subtitles, look in the down right corner of the YouTube video player for the button.
Mamiko out of Japan wrote us a friendly e-mail with pictures of Sögreni Bells spotted all over Japan. How nice! Thanks a million, and as one can see, a Sögreni Bell fits all bicycles. http://out-man.jp/829/
About a year ago Mr Tsusumi of Hitoyoshi, Japan, sent us a picture of his Sögreni Copper Bell, and now he is back with an update. The bell is aging nicely, we must say. Mr Tsutsumi also had a bicycle accident earlier this year, broke his clavicle and a rib…but the bicycle survived without a scratch! This is what happens when you use quality equipment. Thanks for the update and godspeed, Mr Tsutsumi.
Meet Jimmy, the proud owner of a brand new Young Shatterhand, painted in the “Maria” colour. This is his third Sögreni in 30 years. No the old ones did not break down or rusted away – but got stolen from evil mischiefs. Jimmy claims that the upright sitting position is good for his back, and he is correct, you sit quite straight on the Young Shatterhand. We wish Jimmy all the best with his new bicycle, and do not hope that we will need to make him a new one ever again.