We build all our frames for each customer, one at a time. If you’re interested in ordering a frame, you’ll want to place a deposit to secure your spot in the build queue. This deposit is non-refundable and goes towards the total price of your frame.
-If you have questions about a frame, use the contact form and I’ll answer your questions as best I can.
-You place a deposit, securing your spot in the build queue. Chances are, there’s a bit of a wait time after this.
-You’re in a build block with a few other folks. I’ll reach out 3 weeks before your build block arrives and we will use that time to discuss and finalize your bike order, including components.
-Your frame goes into production, and 6-8 weeks later it’s ready!
Components & Complete bikes
We work with all the major (and many minor) components manufacturers. If you’re interested in more than just a frame, we can sell you as little as a headset, or as much as a complete build kit. Payment for components is required at the time of ordering.
Note for 2022: Bike parts are still incredibly difficult to source right now, but we are stocking some things to help bring lead times down. Depending on what you’re interested in, there may be additional delays. Basic items like Sram and Shimano drivetrains and brakes are usually in stock, in addition to Fox suspension items and Industry 9 wheelsets. We also have a few headsets, handlebars, grips, saddles and pedals available to help get your bike out of our factory and onto the trails!
Place a deposit
We have two types of deposits you can place. Each have their own build block and lead time.
The up-to-date lead time for each type of deposit is outlined on it’s webstore page:
Please note: During checkout, under shipping; please choose “Local pickup” or “Shipped” based on how you plan to get your bike when it’s ready. We have to do this to collect the correct type of sales tax for Colorado residents. Thanks!