Jorge Duarte is a mechanical and industrial engineer that always liked to ride motorcycles. Today he drives a Vespa 300cc, but her favorite croup – Gloria, the eternal girlfriend for over 50 years, no longer has the same enthusiasm for those rides.
What could be a problem, the will to keep riding with his favorite company, turned out to be, in fact, an inspiration: to develop a trailer so he could travel by car taking his Vespa for local rides. So, Jorge handcrafted the first RE.BO.Q: light weighted and detachable, that can be stored in a bag and don’t need tools for assemble and disassemble it.
Antonio Duarte, Jorge’s younger brother, is a Brazilian marine who pilots helicopters and motorcycles. He rides a BMW RT 1100 cc. After retirement, the motorcycle rides with large groups became frequent.
When Antonio told his fellow bikers friends about his brother’s product, it became clear that the will to take motorcycles in car travels was an issue to many people, who rapidly got interested in the product.
The RE.BO.Q was beginning to be ordered even before the first version was finished. That made the brothers join in to become partners, starting a company and producing RE.BO.Q, now in an industrial way.
What was a personal passion, handcrafted for individual use, turned into an insdustrial product, with patent pending and launched in July 2016, during the 3rd largest motorcycle evento of the world, Brasília Capital Moto Week.