Gary Fisher - Wikipedia. Gary Fisher is a Canadian bicycle manufacturer headquartered in Vancouver, British Columbia. It was founded in 1989 by Gary Fisher and his wife Shari.
Fisher was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is the founder and former Chairman of the Board. He has three children, daughter Kim, son Matthew and son Jeffrey.
The first model of Gary Fisher bicycles (GF) was released in 1989, and the company is now best known for their high-end bicycles. GF produced cycles in carbon fiber for road and mountain bike customers, and also made cycle frames with the highest-quality steel.
Fisher has also worked on frame development with companies such as Specialized Bicycles and Santa Cruz Bicycles.
Fisher is also the co-founder of the 5 Fingers Cycling Club, an organization that has had the effect of promoting cycling in the province of Ontario, Canada.
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The company was sold in 2004 to New Belgium Brewing Company. In 2012, New Belgium was acquired by the Belgian brewer Duvel Moortgat, which in turn was bought in 2017 by Bavarian-based.
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Gary Fisher, 1992 S. E. P. Gold Cup Champion of the World
Gary Fisher's son, Matthew Fisher was the first Canadian cyclist to ever win the S.E.P. GOLD CUP, bringing honour to the Bike Manufacturer, Gary Fisher. Gary Fisher's son, Matthew Fisher was the first Canadian cyclist to ever win the S.E.P. GOLD CUP, bringing honour to the Bike Manufacturer, Gary Fisher.
Fisher's father, Gary Fisher Sr. was the inventor of the unique "gliding seat" still used on the popular Trek FX and Stumpjumper bicycles. The seat is made of carbon fiber and allows the rider to rock his or her hips with ease, similar to sitting on a sailboat.
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In the fall of 1992, Gary Fisher's son, Matthew Fisher, became the first Canadian cyclist ever to win the S.E.P. Gold Cup, the title of world amateur cycling champion of the world. He brought the honour to his father, Gary Fisher. As the first Canadian to win the S.E.P. Gold Cup, the title of world amateur cycling champion of the world, he was to receive the prize money and travel allowance 0b46394aab