About Tout Terrain bikes
The last bike you'll ever need. An uncompromising ride.
Tout Terrain – from the French for 'all terrain' – is a relatively young German bicycle manufacturer specialising in customised and incredibly durable bicycles. So when it comes to longevity, Tout Terrain towers over other brands. Why? Three reasons:
Italian premium steel
First of all, the frames are made of Italian premium steel, providing comfortable shock absorption while riding and a very high load-bearing capacity. Combined with a stainless steel welded luggage carrier, it's incredibly difficult for the rider to lose their balance or for heavy luggage to tip over, making it ideal for use on all terrains. City bikes, commuter bikes, advanced touring bikes and sturdy expedition bikes – Tout Terrain has it all.
Secondly, Tout Terrain bicycles are always equipped with high-end components from manufacturers who share Tout Terrain's long-term approach: creating a bike you only buy once. We're talking about the lightest running hub dynamos on the market, the most robust gearboxes, hard-wearing drive belts, high-calibre lights for the night owls among us, brakes allowing you to successfully complete the Ventoux descent with luggage, wheels developed by specialists that also hold their own off road – and the list goes on.
The magic of Tout Terrain bikes
Lastly, Tout Terrain bikes have their own magic, the kind that can only be created by human hands. Tout Terrain employees are themselves adventurers, avid cyclists and passionate about achieving perfection. And there is always room for improvement, as you can see in their designs and finishes. This makes a single Tout Terrain bike more valuable than the sum of its parts.
Lucien Wilrijk is the Tout Terrain specialist and holds various models in stock.
Feel free to use the Tout Terrain configurator. Bring your configuration to one of our shops and we'll take a look with you. We'd be happy to give you our opinion and provide you with comprehensive advice if you wish. And of course, we also offer the most important part of buying a bike: the test ride!