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Johann Puch (1862-1914) began producing bicycles in 1889 at a small workshop at Strauchergasse 18a in Graz, Austria. He was passionate, if not obsessive, about hard work and superb craftsmanship, and he founded the First Styrian Bicycle Company in 1899.

According to his contemporaries, Puch was a “doer”, untiring and completely dedicated, though exactly what drove him is a mystery. We know very little about Puch the man – most of the private items that could have shed light on his personality were lost during the second world war. What is certain is that Johann Puch had an amazing flair for innovation, a passion for fine craftsmanship and a remarkable knack for employing the best technicians, craftsmen and machinery. It was not long before his company had become a shining success.

In 1987, Puch was even taken over by Bianchi Italy.

Since 1997, Puch has been part of Europe's largest bicycle group Cycleurope, with an annual production of more than 1 million bicycles and a distribution to 60 countries around the world.

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Puch, the bicycle brand that has been inspired by and for cyclists for more than 120 years

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