Kin wrote:Citizen bikes are awesome affordable folder bikes. I think they're also made in the U.S (florida or something). http://www.citizenbike.com/about.asp
Lock wrote:Kin wrote:Citizen bikes are awesome affordable folder bikes. I think they're also made in the U.S (florida or something). http://www.citizenbike.com/about.asp
I can see no indication on their site that any of their product has NA content.
If NA folks would stop buying cheap (low quality) product from China, China manufacturers would improve quality. It's not a Chicken-Egg thing. China is happy to sell to ignorant consumers. China makes lots of high quality stuff already.
We design and build dynamic, evolving and improving human-powered vehicles. We seek to grow a socially and ecologically responsible organization. We work to build respectful and honest personal relations within our company and with our suppliers and our clients. We strive to pay fair wages and charge fair prices. We increasingly use renewable energy and renewable/recyclable materials in making our cycles. We seek to understand an appropriate place for human power in modern technology, and to understand the impact our product can have on individuals, communities and the biosphere.
Bicycles are an argument for localism. My building process reflects these ideals as best as possible: I donâ€™t own a car and drive little, riding frames out the painterâ€™s in Watsonville. Most all of the materials I use are sourced within the US, and some in the Bay Area. My framesets are built by hand, one at a time, slowly.
Built with eco-friendly materials, SouriavÃ©lo respects nature and the environment. Its chassis and wheels are exclusively made of North-American red oak - a red-color hardwood. No varnish, no enamel. Strictly ecological treatment based on double-boiled linseed oil - surpassing the best wood treatment available.
AIRLESS NON-TOXIC AMERITYRE WHEELS
SouriavÃ©lo's 12 inch tires are airless. The pressure equivalence is 60 psi.
Free of any cancer causing substance, these Amerityre brand tires are made of polyurethane - the same material used for a baby's pacifier: it's safe and recyclable. Since it's also UV-proof, it won't crack over time.
Not only is the nPowerÂ® PEG made in the USA, but 90% of the product's components come from the state of Ohio. Located in Cleveland, Tremont Electric is dedicated to building its local economy.
Outer Casing: Titanium
Color: nPowerÂ® Green, anodized finish
Size: 9" tall, Top & Bottom Cylinders: 1'" diameter, Center Cylinder: 1.5" diameter
Weight: 11 oz.
Energy Storage Capacity: 1000mAh lithium Polymer battery
Voltage: 5V DC, 500mA output range
Watts: 2.5 Watts
Operating Temperature: -30 C to 60 C (-22Âº to 140Âº F)
We are a very small boutique bag company, specializing in handmade classic style bike bags for commuting, randonneuring, and touring. We craft everything on our bags ourselves using locally sourced materials, whenever possible.
Made in the USA
The Pop-Up Bicycle Basket is designed to fit most bicycles, ship flat and be installed in either the front or rear of any bicycle. The baskets unique design and sturdy construction are fit for urban cycling and carrying purses, backpacks or shopping bags.
All Products Made in the USA
Xootr scooters are made in our factory in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
We don't have to highlight products that are actually made in the USA...because they all are.
Hand built in the USA
Every bag is custom built-to-order in our San Francisco factory
Lock wrote:Built in the USA
All Prodeco electric bicycles are Ã¢â‚¬Å“Built in the USAÃ¢â‚¬Â. What does this mean for the consumer? Over the past five years with the growing market in ebikes and with multiple companiesÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ entrance into the industry, several assembly quality issues have caused frustrating experiences for the Independent Bicycle Shops and Individual Ebike Riders. Prodeco has insisted from day one that all electric bicycles be designed, tested, prototyped, produced, and be fully assembled in the USA. This includes final quality control.
We’re delighted to show you these behind the scenes shots from Sapa, the North American frame facility who are right this moment putting the finishing touches to the first batch of alloy Rockstar frames, the first true US production under the management and control of new Titus. Keeping US production has been a key thing for us, and we’re delighted to have the experience of Sapa behind us in driving Titus forward.
The alloy Rockstars have a modified geometry for the new run, based on feedback from riders and testers, and after they welded, heat treated, they’re going to be whisked to powdercoat in a new-blue we’ve got to show with all new decals – all made in the USA.
Patmont Motor Werks always has, and continues to prove that high quality Go-Ped® Brand products can be made by Americans for discriminating short distance commuters everywhere and anywhere on planet Earth.
We are proud to provide jobs to the US workforce, and proud of the well educated high quality PMW "Go-Crafters" who can compete with anyone in the world.
Most scooter manufactures have moved "off shore" to produce only overseas and take advantage of low labor costs, and for generally cheaper production. Since our beginning in 1985, we at PMW have refused to take that short sighted beaten path strategy and continue to manufacture successfully in the United States.
Unfortunately, we are not able to obtain in the United States all materials and components that are needed for our high quality portable transportation products. In some cases they are simply no longer available or affordable which only then requires foreign sourcing. Patmont Motor Werks however, remains committed to providing jobs for American families, and to supporting domestic manufacturers, dealers and suppliers when and wherever possible.
The Brutus motorcycle is hand built in America...
Purple Sky LLC is a bicycle flag manufacturing company. It was created by Rachelle and Dan Peters - to provide cyclists with a classy alternative to the orange triangle safety flag that we all grew up with and learned to despise as a child.
The flags and materials used in the flags are all made in the U.S.A!
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