Frame – REEB Sixfiddy / Hand welded from OX platinum steel in Lyons Colorado. Featuring a 44mm head tube, Paragon slider dropouts, and “trail style” geometry.
Cane Creek Cycling Components has been based in Cane Creek Valley since it’s inception in 1975 (previously DIA-COMP). Globally known for their problem solving headsets, back saving Thudbusters, and fully adjustable suspension products. Cane Creek’s headquarters is located within a short drive from the Pisgah Ranger District.
Industry Nine machines, anodizes, and assembles all of their wheelsets at their West Asheville location; north-north east of the Pisgah Ranger District.
Reeb Cycles and Oskar Blues Brewery are traditionally Colorado Companies, but have a stake in Pisgah with their east coast brewery just 10 mins from Pisgah in Brevard, NC. Since arriving in NC they have been heavily involved in the local community, supporting local jobs, events, non-profit initiatives, and providing a great, informal atmosphere for a post ride beer! Also, they have created the REEB Ranch, a breathtaking Western North Carolina ranch featuring dirt jumps, a pump track, and the Cane Creek dual slalom track.
Thomson Bike located in central Georgia, has passionately been providing the cycling industry with precision machined and innovative products since the mid-1990s. Believing “that remembering your roots is the best motivation for innovation”.
Maxxis’s USA headquarters and tech center is also located in central Georgia, having deep-seated roots in the Southeast. Maxxis tires have proven to be a favorite of Pisgah riders; their influence and tread patterns can be found at all of the Ranger District’s most popular trailheads.