Each Bike Friday begins with a piece of tubing, Cro-Moly steel, that is cut and shaped to become a frame.
Building a Bike Friday to fit your body begins with the first cuts of steel.
Each part of tubing is measured to exacting standards.
When the final touches are completed, the frame will head onto welding.
Piece by piece, the frame comes together in its jig.
After the frame is sand blasted, it moves to powder coating.
Each piece of the frame is powder coated in one of 19 colors offered.
Once the coating is applied, the frame moves into the oven.
When it comes out of the oven and cools, decals are applied and it moves to assembly.
Each frame is tested and measured to make sure it stands up to our high standards.
When the final assembly is completed, each Bike Friday is taken on a test ride to assure it is ready for delivery.
Following a Bike Friday tikit through the Production Line.
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