Collection: TANGE Tubing

TANGE handles many frame components such as lugs and forks as well as pipes for frames.
It has a long history of being founded in Sakai, Osaka in 1920, and although it has now moved its production base to Taiwan, it continues to actively develop its lineup. The representative model is the Prestige that appeared in 1984. It has been quenched and has excellent performance such as lightweight, high tensile strength, and unique spring feeling. In addition, the Champion series NO1 and NO2 were also standard, and were preferred for standard road racers and touring bikes. In addition, the ultra-lightweight pipe Ultimate and slim Slender have been added and are attracting attention. It is a must-have brand responsible for the revival of Japanese handmade culture.


Tange is one of the oldest and most distinguished names in the bicycle industry. 

Starting with fork production in 1920, Tange has applied experience and engineering to improve bicycle technology and performance.
Tange pioneered methods for butting and heat treating chromium-molybdenum alloy steel bicycle tubing, manufacturing tubes that are still considered by many frame builders to be the zenith of strength, precision and workability. Today, we continue to build on more than 90 years in the bicycle industry, offering a range of components and frame parts in addition to tubing and forks, all made to our famous, exacting standards.

Almost one century ago, in 1920,Yasujiro Tange founded a company that would become one the most iconic in bicycle industry. He gave this company his family name, and made it famous all over the world.
Tange first produced forks and CrMo frame tubes. It quickly became synonymous of high Japanese quality. During the golden ages of CrMo bikes, for road racing, and moreover BMX and MTB, Tange was considered as the best tubing maker by the biggest bikes brands, as well as be spoke frame builders. Today, CrMo is coming back and the new generation of Tange people decided to pay tribute to the man who wrote history by creating their own bike brand called Yasujiro. Yasujiro aims to show the way for modern CrMo bikes, a perfect combination of tradition and modernity for cyclists who want to (re)discover the unique taste of rinding steel.

1920 - Yasujiro Tange forms the Tange Company
1950 - Facilities move to Sakai City, Osaka
1951 - Manufacture and sales of bicycle-specific butted tubing begins.
1958 - Tange receives JIS(Japanese Industrial Standard) certification
1974 - Total frame components productions begins for seat stays, chain stays, dropouts, lugs and headsets.
1980 - Founder Yasujiro Tange passes away.
1984 - Introduction of high-performance Prestige chrome-moly double-butted racing tubes.
1985 - Introduction of Infinity smooth double-butted chrome-moly tubes.
1987 - Introduction of ultra-lightweight Prestige Super lite racing tubing and Fusion epoxy composite materials fork.
1989 - Introduction of Fusion-II epoxy composite materials fork. 
1991 - Introduction of Prestige Ultimate tubing. Introduction of Shockblades suspension fork.
1995 - Introduction of suspension forks.
2015 - Launching complete bike brand. YASUJIRO
2017 - Established handmade workshop 



-PRESTIGE(Standard model)

-CHAMPION(Non-Heat Treating)