WHAT'S IN A NAME?
When we first started production in 1989, we chose the geometric term Polygon- meaning "many sides"- as our name because we felt it represented the many sides of our character. Today we have many more sides but our core remains the same.
WE ARE RIDERS.
Our global design team and many of our product people are riders. Their knowledge of materials and design combined with experience that can only be gained from the seat of a bike leads to a deep understanding of what makes a great bike. And that passion flows through everyone at Polygon. We want your Polygon bike to be the best bike you've ever ridden. It's truly what we live for.
WE ARE GLOBAL.
Currently Polygon is very well known in Asia and is making inroads into other markets. Part of this success can be attributed to our global design and development team. This diverse group of engineers, testers and creative thinkers are based in North America, Europe and Asia, ensuring that our designs are fresh and have global relevance. Another is our state-of-the-art manufacturing and assembly facilities in Southeast Asia. This global design meets world class manufacturing philosophy has attracted the likes of freeriders Sam Reynolds and Kurt Sorge, currently wowing crowds at high-profile international events, and the Polygon UR Team who are riding Polygon bikes on the grueling UCI DH circuit.
WE ARE TRUSTWORTHY.
Unlike many of our competitors we own our manufacturing, assembly and distribution. This means we control every aspect from original concept to final delivery. Why is all this important? Because we know that every Polygon bike is quality built, assembled true to our specifications and shipped in perfect condition. Simply put, Polygon quality is second to none and we stand behind everything we make.
Our vision is to become a world class bike manufacturer that innovative, productive, efficient and competitive
Our Mission is simple which is to give the best riding experience to all
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