Can ALLIED Cycle Works Create a New Cycling Industry Model? Outside Finds Out

By Aaron Gulley on OutsideOnline

If you ride a carbon-fiber bike, chances are it was manufactured in one of five factories in China. If you ride an American-made carbon model, you probably bought it from a boutique brand and paid through the teeth for it. All this might change thanks to Allied Cycles, which launched in February in Little Rock, Arkansas. Allied wants to make American-built carbon bicycles that can compete with their Asian counterparts on price as well as performance.

And they want to make a lot of them.

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