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News from Salt Lake City, Utah, Pine Cycles, the bike company behind the Rasa, “the world’s most versatile bike frame”, is now partnering with Portland, Oregon’s Lunchtime Bike Co. a USA-Made, BIPOC-femme-welded steel bicycle frame batch production company to start taking orders and start production. Photo c. Pine Cycles Pine Cycles, whom we wrote about back in 2021 , debuted their uber-versatile Rasa. The brand is committed to US manufacturing and the partnership with Lunchtime Bike Co. illustrates this.
The two founders of Lunchtime Bike Co, B Vivit and Sean Eagleton have taken up shop in the old Cielo factory within the Chris King Precision Components facility. Both B and Sean have vast experience in the industry prior to starting Lunchtime Bike Co.
In fact, you may remember my article about the unique and beautiful bikes of the Philly Bike Expo, mentioning B Vivit and her company Hot Salad Bicyles . B was one of the winners of PBE/SRAM Inclusivity Scholarship Winner and I talked with her a bit at the Expo about the beautiful titanium klunker that she built. The Pine Cycles Rasa Pe-Order, Now Open
Partnering with Lunchtime Cycles means that the Rasa is available for pre-order right now, with expected delivery in March 2023.
Kevin McClelland, co-founder of Pine Cycles had this to say, “ We are very excited about our opportunities this coming year. 2022 has been a […]
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