Who We Are
In 1886 D.H. Eysink set up an installation company in Amersfoort that specialized in steam engines and gas installations. The company soon started producing high bi’s and tricycles for the local market on a small scale. They also sold a small amount of British import bicycles.
When the Rover had its breakthrough not long after this, Eysink, which had meanwhile grown into a family business, saw the demand for bicycles increase enormously. It was then decided to discontinue the sale of other brands and to concentrate on their own production from now on. However, purchased parts were used. These not only came from abroad, but were also bought from Simplex.