J’avais dit ça juste en rigolant, et… c’est pas que je sois méfiant, c’est juste que ça m’a donné l’idée de chercher leur site…
et voilà ce que j’y ai trouvé :
Boiani Enzo, founder of the company (from whom the name BOEN comes) was born in Pesaro on the 16th January 1923. At the age of 13, he was already working as a turner for the ‘Benelli’ company, a prestigious motorbikes factory from Pesaro which used to stand in Pesaro.(…)
suite ici : http://www.boen.it
Merci pour la réponse quand même. 🙂
J’ai appris quelque chose de plus ce soir. C’est dommage que ces platines soient trop petites.
[EDIT] Oh et aussi ça, l’origine des cliquets ! :
(…)In 1965, he had the idea of developing a ‘quick release’ mechanism for the wheels on traditional (quads) frames. This new system meant that athletes could assemble and disassemble the wheels so much more quickly, that during the race they were able to replace any wheels which had worn down (at that time they were made of wood) with new ones.(…)