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ALLIED CYCLE WORKS: Lifting the Curtain on Carbon Fiber

Over the last two decades, most of the bicycle factories have closed and shifted their production elsewhere in search of cheaper labor. This industry now finds itself in a position where 99% of bicycles are made at a few massive Asian factories with brands obscuring where their bikes are made. Painting an Asian made frame in Europe doesn’t make it European.

ALLIED CYCLE WORKS was founded to take a different path, wherein the team behind the brand dreamt they could be successful designing, building and selling bikes that they loved without sacrificing their values.

ALLIED CYCLE WORKS regards itself as a premium American bicycle brand that actually engineers and manufactures their own products, right here in the USA, because it matters.

The company’s goal is not only to make their bicycles here, but to make them better and to prove to the world that composite bicycles CAN be produced in the USA.

The aim of ALLIED CYCLE WORKS is to be the most open, honest and transparent bike brand out there, thereby showing everybody how carbon fiber bikes are made. Nothing hiding behind the curtain.

ALLIED CYCLE WORKS hopes this video inspires others to follow suit.

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