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Why Cycles moves headquarters to Colorado

Published December 6, 2017

CARBONDALE, Colo. (BRAIN) — Why Cycles announced Tuesday that it has moved company headquarters from Ogden, Utah, to Carbondale, Colorado. The titanium bike brand was founded in Ogden two years ago, offering four models of mountain, gravel and dirt jumper frames.

"We couldn't be more excited to be in a town like Carbondale. The community, mountains, people, and trails combine for an energy that will foster and grow our company," said company founder Adam Miller, who co-launched fat bike brand Borealis Bikes in 2012 but sold his interest in the business in early 2015. He launched Why later that year with help from industry veterans including Jason Schiers and Ben Craner.

"When the opportunity to move to Carbondale presented itself, we knew it would be a great fit for all of our employees and shop dogs as well. Why Cycles is eager to settle in to town and get to know our new community of fellow bicycle enthusiasts," Miller added.

The Carbondale office will house a product showroom, sales and operations, and an off-site warehouse for inventory storage. Demo bikes will be available at the office for free test rides with advance notice. The address is 1941 Delores Way, Carbondale, CO 81623.

Why Cycles sells its bikes through dealers and direct to consumers through its website. More information: or call/text 801-698-3678.


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