Updated 2.15.2021

SIEBER was located in the small Swiss Italian town of Chiasso. This company was also famous for it’s handmade tubular (“sew-up”) tires and  aluminum and maple wood rims. Bicycles, crank sets, brakes, shoes, and hubs were among the products sold under the prestigious Sieber label. Please see the interesting Jobst Brandt article about his visit to Sieber in 1959 in the Trento Bike pages. It is apparent from this report that the production of tires and bikes had likely ceased by that time.
     Sieber bicycles were very refined, with extensive shaping of the lugs and delicate pin striping… Obviously a “high line” of products.

John Eisenmann "Racing Cyclists Specialties" catalog

pages covering Sieber products of the early 1930-40s?

(Courtesy of David Irwin)

Sieber track #3337

(pictures courtesy Sarah Gibson)

Joe Bender-Zanoni's Sieber

Robbie Fellows #6165

Restored Sieber track #6168

Sold by Jerry Jeter

Craig Griffith's #6385

Craig Griffith's #6996

Sieber frame set #7754

Sold by Hilary Stone

Bob Graf's chrome Sieber

Sieber track

(Pictures courtesy John Barron)