I samarbete med Mayday Aid AB, svenska generalagenten för Van Raam.
Van Raam produces uniquely special needs bicycles and specializes in tricycles, scooterbikes , wheelchair bikes, tandem bikes, double rider bikes, and low step trough bikes (also known as comfortbikes ). Each model is also available as an electric bike (Pedelec).
For over a decade, Van Raam produces bicycles, the last 30 years special needs bicycles from Varsseveld, a town in ‘de Achterhoek’. With about 130 employees, van Raam produces Dutch quality bicycles, meant for adults and children with a physical disability or for people who want more stability and secureness while cycling.
Van Raam has a rich history. Back in 1900, the company started off as a blacksmith’s forge located in Amsterdam .In the 70’s the company moved to Aalten, where the company started the production of bicycle frames. In 1984, Piet Boezel took over the company and under his leadership van Raam specialized in producing and designing special needs bicycles and bicycle frames. With a production area of over 13.500 square meters, all bicycles are built according to a modern product line in Varsseveld. A lot of our employees live in the vicinity of Varsseveld and have been working for the company for many years. The former oldest employee of the Netherlands, Henk Kluver, has worked for more than 70 years within the company and retired at the age of 95. The family business is now run by the daughter (Marjolein Boezel), son (Jan Willem Boezel) and son in law (Ronald Ruesink) of Piet Boezel.
In 2019 Van Raam moved to a new building in Varsseveld. The new building is 13,500 m2.