Paul Components, based out of Chico, California, is renowned for producing a line of American-made CNC components, accessories, and adapters that can best be described as functional jewelry for your bike.
ENVE Composites, maker of carbon wheel sets and frame components finished work on a massive 73,000 square foot factory and opened it up to the public for the first time this week. The wheel maker has been making wheels in Ogden, Utah with 168 employees for more than 10 years and the new mothership allows for a 4x increase in production. Ready to see inside?
Goleta, CA – Stinner Frameworks in Goleta offers locally custom-made bicycles that are built for performance, as much as for longevity. Stinner’s options are simple, but versatile, and highly expandable, with Steel and Titanium frame options for all styles. They are able to accommodate any of the sought-after tech-driven features such as wider tire clearance, disc brakes, and bottom bracket height.
Growing up in Calgary, Zak Pashak was always intrigued by the city’s infrastructure and the many modes of transportation moving through his “sprawling mass of a city.” Though most of his youth was spent in Canada, Zak was drawn to U.S. popular culture and influenced by performers like Eddie Murphy, the music coming from Detroit, and the American urban scene.
After years of experience working with carbon fiber in the bike industry, Hern Montenegro officially went all-in on his passion when, in 2013, he created the first product branded with the name Montenegro.
Located in a one-time cold storage facility for seafood, Jerome Cycles is just blocks from the sprawling Port of Los Angeles. In the former fishing village of San Pedro, owner Jared Jerome creates American-made, handcrafted, “city bikes” inspired by classic European design.