After starting things off in Ogden, Utah, Why Cycles is on the move – about six and a half hours to the East, to be specific. Citing a desire to be closer to incredible mountain biking and a community that supports an immense network of trails, the company has settled in Carbondale, Colorado at the base of Mount Sopris.
The move includes a new office which will house the Why Cycles’ headquarters, as well as serving as a demo location for all four of the current Why titanium bikes (and others to come). Why Cycles founder Adam Miller says that there are trails right out their front door, and the nearest brewery is just 50 feet away which makes it a prime spot for riding and testing the latest bikes. In addition to the office, Why Cycles also opened a new 2,000 square foot warehouse space to stock their inventory with room to grow. Stay tuned for some exciting announcements out of Carbondale in the months to come!