Allied Cycle Works Releases their First Full-Suspension Mountain Bike
Allied Cycle Works has announced the official release of their first-ever full-suspension mountain bike.
Based in Arkansas, the company has been designing and developing unique carbon fiber bicycles with perfectly crafted manufacturing processes. Allied Cycle started their journey with the intention of producing top-quality bikes right here in America. This mission included the need for control over each piece that goes into each bike. From brand, to design, to raw material selection, each component is treated with the same care and consideration.
This attention to production and quality continues, and is felt in every bicycle made. Including the new BC40 mountain bike. This is a first for the company as they have not previously designed a full-suspension mountain bike. They have spent countless hours designing this bike from front to rear. From design to prototype to testing, and finally release, the company has spent more than 2 years conducting research and development for this bicycle. Despite supply chain issues and other challenges, the bike came to fruition with a 4.5 lbs frame and a cross between cross-country and all-day trail sled capabilities.
“We can’t wait to see this bike pushed to the limit by our athletes Lea Davison and Payson McElveen at the upcoming Leadville 100, Marathon Nationals, and more,” Medlock said.
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