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ABG invests in paint and assembly capability at its factory; offers custom paint and components on Quintana Roo bikes

Published October 5, 2017

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (BRAIN) — American Bicycle Group, the parent of Quintana Roo and Litespeed, has expanded its paint and bike assembly capabilities at its factory here. 

The new resources will allow Quintana Roo cyclists to order custom paint and component packages with a 3- to 5-day turnaround. The company said it also will make it easier to deliver bikes to dealer as needed, instead of through large pre-season orders. 

"The paint and assembly line investment supports ABG's on-going move toward a made-in-America philosophy and the made-to-order requests we're receiving daily from athletes," said ABG president and CEO Peter Hurley.

"Athletes have told us they want more flexibility in paint schemes and the ability to fine-tune specifications to fit their needs, and they don't want to wait weeks or months for it. We listened and then invested."

The paint and assembly line has been added to the 40,000-square-foot facility ABG moved into one year ago. Located minutes from downtown Chattanooga, the facility houses operations for manufacturing, assembly and corporate offices for both bike brands.

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