REEB Cycles moves production to Lyons, Colorado

LYONS, Colo. (BRAIN) — REEB Cycles, an offshoot of Oskar Blues Brewery, has moved its frame production from Longmont, Colorado, to neighboring Lyons. The brand (whose name is "beer" spelled backward) is now based in a 100-year-old barn at Oskar Blues Grill & Brew on Main Street. Production is anchored by framebuilders Chris Sulfrian and Adam Prosise, who have made just over 1,000 bikes since the brand launched in 2012. On April 20, REEB will be hosting an open house at the new location starting at 11:30 a.m. The event will offer a tour of the fabricating facility with the builders, an opportunity to demo bikes on a casual ride to nearby Hall Ranch and finish with Oskar Blues beer and wings at the new fabrication shop. In 2019 REEB Cycles will donate one kids bike for every REEB frame sold to the Can'd Aid Foundation Treads + Trails program, ...

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