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By Philip Harwood While the double diamond frame design of a road bicycle has changed little over the past century, just about every other component of the modern bicycle has changed and progressed into the wildly futuristic machines we are accustomed to gawking over today. Long gone are the days of yore, when the first […]

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A full-suspension mountain bike is really only as good as its suspension design. And although there are many different systems on the market today, the real advantage to owning an Alchemy is our exclusive Sine Suspension system. Sine was designed by one of the most experienced and knowledgeable engineers in the business: David Earle. Earle […]

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The introduction of our newest bike, the E-Ronin, marked a significant step for Alchemy Bikes. Not only did it represent our first foray into the e-bike world, but the E-Ronin is the very first American-made carbon gravel e-bike.  This is a notable achievement in and of itself, which earned it the selection as ”Best Electric Gravel […]

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Sometimes, I think Alchemy is one of the most unconventional bike companies out there. Sure, we make bikes and then we ship them, which isn’t out of the ordinary. But we oftentimes follow a rather circuitous route from point A to point B.  We’re well known for custom manufacturing bicycles in Denver, Colorado on the […]

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Image courtesy of Mountain Bike Review The new decade has brought some pretty interesting trends in the mountain bike world. Riders (myself included), are in a constant quest to get in on the latest greatest equipment. I’m not sure if it’s FOMO, or just the hope that new equipment is going to make us faster […]

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Alchemy Bicycles has earned a reputation for hand-crafting carbon and titanium dream bikes in Colorado, but few know that Alchemy offers more than just road bike manufacturing expertise. At our Denver headquarters, Alchemy is capable of providing a full spectrum of custom bike services. This includes a professional on-site bike fitting, made-to-order paint designs, and […]

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Alchemy Arktos frames have a relatively straight seat tube, so most dropper posts can inserted completely into the seat tube (Note: small size frames are more difficult that other size frames). As a result, determining the max travel dropper post you can use is MOSTLY affected by saddle height. Saddle height is typically measured from […]

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Carbon fiber, carbon fiber, carbon fiber…These days, carbon fiber is ubiquitous. Everything from the wings of Boeing’s famed 787 Dreamliner to that iPhone case in your pocket utilize the material. And with good reason. Carbon fiber allows manufacturers to produce high-strength parts that are extremely lightweight and durable. It’s also the ultimate material for bicycle […]

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For over a decade, Alchemy has built a reputation on hand-building carbon and titanium dream bikes in Denver, Colorado.  And while Alchemy continues to receive accolades for crafting carbon bikes in the US, our painting capabilities make us one of the most unique and sought-after bike designers in the world. An Idea At Alchemy, we […]

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Alchemy has long been known for creating exceptionally-crafted rolling art. But these days, it’s not just Alchemy frames grabbing riders’ attention. Alchemy is quickly gaining a reputation for its complete bike builds. Alchemy offers the highest dollar-for-dollar value in bicycles, and we sweat the details. We know that you want to ride. And we only […]

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// Arktos 29 Development When Alchemy introduced the Arktos 29 at the Sea Otter Classic in 2018, it wasn’t much of a surprise. Alchemy had debuted a 27.5-inch wheel version of the Arktos three years earlier, and it seemed natural for a larger-wheel-size version of the bike to exist. But the Arktos 29 was long in […]

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// Designed for Perfection If you’ve read about Alchemy’s mountain lineup, you likely know that the key to an Arktos is the Sine suspension system. Sine is interesting because it allows for a varied ratio of compression force from the rear wheel to the rear shock as the suspension moves through its travel. Technically, we […]

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