We are continuing to work at a reduced production capacity due to COVID-19 related restrictions. We are keeping up all non-production work as usual in the meantime, including fit and frame design work for existing orders and continued prompt customer service for all. If you need a distraction and want to talk about what your dream custom bike would look like or have a bike fit question, even if you have no intention of ordering one from us, please feel free to email us anytime at kevin@fireflybicycles.com. We hope your bike can be a source of comfort through this period, no matter what type of bike it is. And most importantly, stay safe and healthy.

- The Firefly Team

Every bike that Firefly makes is custom.

As you browse our bikes, one of the first things you’ll notice is that we don’t have catchy model names. The reason is simple: every bike we make is custom. Maybe you want a super stiff race bike, maybe you want a comfortable bike for getting lost on dirt roads, maybe you want a commuter with all the bells and whistles, or an all-day mountain bike, or something totally different.

No series of models can capture the range of your needs and our abilities. If your bike falls between a road and a cross bike, or a cross and a mountain bike, no problem. Start with what seems like the closest match and we’ll work out the details from there. Let the dream begin…

In short and as expected, it is quite amazing. I’m turning 40 this year and my Firefly is really a culmination of a lifetime spent riding. It’s a perfect blend of everything I was hoping it would do it terms of comfort, handling, power, etc.. The build with SRAM AXS is a perfect combination for how I want this bike to function and so far it’s been great. The craftsmanship is also phenomenal so please pass my thanks along to the rest of the Firefly crew.

See the build

Spread the word. @StreetsBoston @bostonbikeunion @3BCommuter @WestRoxBikes @bikeyface @ConciergeBoston @titojackson @mattapanviv @bicycleurbanist @blackboston https://t.co/u0U3ywnlDd

There's no hiding with polished ti! Full album here: https://t.co/NJLMPP73I6

At only 19 years old, @maher_lane climbed 100,200 ft near his home in Harwinton, Connecticut, and covered 585 miles clocking in at 60 hours to raise money for #BlackLivesMatter! Can we get Lane to his goal of $10k?

DONATE HERE: https://t.co/fL2DKCyCsp

Byron Williams was killed while riding his bike, not due to traffic violence but at the hands of police. When we say "safe streets for everyone" it has to mean more than bike lanes and can't include "enforcement" in ways we previously understood.

Load More...