Renthal

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Renthal is a UK manufacturer and designer of motorcycle accessories and, most notably, handlebars, headquartered in Bredbury, near Manchester, England.

History

Renthal was founded in 1969 by friends and motorcycle enthusiasts Andrew Renshaw and Henry Rosenthal. The company name is a portmanteau of the founders' names Renshaw and Rosenthal.

In 1990, Renthal opened its first US office and warehouse for sales/marketing with the help of a young American entrepreneur by the name of Jim Hale.

In October 2000, the Renthal factory in Stockport, England, was destroyed in a fire caused by a faulty machinery. A new plant was later rebuilt in the same location.

After having originally purchased Renthal in 2006,[1] Motorsport Aftermarket Group Inc., announced the sale of Renthal back to its founder Henry Rosenthal in 2018.[2]

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