For our post today, we wanted to take a cue from the ever popular #ThrowbackThursday with a look at some vintage photos from Montague’s storied history.
Father and son Harry and David Montague launch Montague Corporation in 1987.
Harry Montague rides a Bi-Frame, our first folding frame design, while carrying a second folded bike.
Harry Montague explains the Bi-Frame folding bike design to TV reporters.
Dave Montague with the M-1000 Bi-frame. Photo taken along the Charles river in Cambridge, MA where Dave studied at MIT. Cambridge is still the home of Montague Headquarters.
Montague launched it’s first automotive program in 1992, partnering with BMW.
With BMW, Montague makes first ever Olympic Games Mountain Bike. As the official mountain bike of the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, this bike was featured prominently in the closing ceremony.
Now lighter, stronger, and easier to fold than ever, Montague bikes have certainly come a long way from their early designs. We’re never done innovating, so keep any eye out for the next chapter in Montague’s history.