Been slacking on the site update but there is a lot of activity going on at Schlick Cycles! After a couple of years using some of the best short run frame builders around, we are working on production versions of our Schlick Shark. We have also been involved in helping a friend’s company realize her […]
Dave caught Mark laying down a big ol’ black stripe outside Rascal’s.
Whoo, hoo! The Shark has made the hallowed pages of Playboy magazine. September issue, page 34, in the Mantracks section. This adventure started when John and I went to the Chicago offices and photo studio of Playboy for a photo shoot with the Shark in February. Pretty amazing to see the photo studio where nearly […]
Well, I knew I took some photos at the 2006 edition of Interbike where Schlick Cycles shared a booth with Waterford Precision Cycles, the builder of our first batch of Sharks and, by cracky, I found them! Our booth was right next to the fine folks from Raxter and we had the opportunity to test […]
This group is for owners and fans of Schlick Cycles Shark bicycle. If you own a Shark we’d love to see photos of you and your ride. Just join Flickr if you are not already a member and post away. If you are already a member I’ll bet you know what to do! The Schlick […]
Roy Wallack: Gear Laid-Back on Two Wheels LATimes, October 9, 2006 If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, Benno Baenziger ought to be blushing. In two years’ time, the Townie bicycle he designed turned his Vista, Calif.-based Electra Bicycle Co. – the little beach cruiser company he co-founded 14 years ago – into an […]
Schlick Cycles is proud to have been a finalist in the 2006 Wisconsin Governor’s Buisness Plan Contest. As one of only 27 new Wisconsin businesses selected for the honor, inventor and business owner John Schlick says the process was “a fantastic experience for any entrepreneur.” (more…)
This business plan is road-ready Bicycle designer targets niche market By RICK ROMELL firstname.lastname@example.org Posted: June 5, 2006 in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel For years, self-described tinkerer John Schlick has scribbled sketches and jotted down ideas in thick spiral notebooks. He’s filled three of them, often writing just before going to sleep or even after. […]