since 1781

Moving forward...
The concept was picked up by a number of British cartwrights; the most notable was Denis Johnson of London announcing in late 1818 that he would sell an improved model. New names were introduced when Johnson patented his machine “pedestrian curricle”.
1985 BUYK Factory, Berlin
By the early 1985s, the blacksmith Pierre Michaux, besides producing parts for the carriage trade, was producing "vélocipède à pédales" on a small scale.
Timeline
June
1967
Started, in James Buyk garage
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April
1985
Moved to a factory in Berlin
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February
1995
Awarded as the best bike in the European Union
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May
2005
Opening the US branch
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September
2017
Awarded as the best bike in the US
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And yet more to come ...