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Building 21, Shaftmoor Industrial Estate, 226 Shaftmoor Lane, Hall Green, Birmingham B28 8SP
Reynolds invented tube butting in 1898 – to reduce weight safely. This mechanical engineering process is still used over 114 years later in lightweight bike frames. Reynolds was the first to introduce 531, a highly alloyed steel in 1935, and the first heat-treated steel (753) to the industry in 1976. Remaining innovative, we also use 3-2.5 and 6-4 titanium, hydroformed aluminium, air-hardening 631 and 853, and maraging stainless steel (Reynolds 953 – currently the strongest tube-set available to builders).