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…

Der #Titaniumtuesday meint es gut mit uns Freunden der schönen Rahmensets.
Per Liebesbrief aus Boston konnten wir dieses Schmuckstück in Empfang nehmen - ein @fireflybicycles "All Road Frame"
Ihr erlebt uns heute mit Herzen in den Augen auf diese Wand des Studios starren.

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Boston legend Kevin Porter was the victim of a hit and run on June 11th while on his job as a bicycle courier. Please considering donating to help with his recovery if you can! https://www.gofundme.com/f/Help-support-Kevin-Porter?utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter

Firefly rider @emilyschaldach and her friend Johanne just started their tour across Alaska! Bear sightings after day one from Anchorage to Girdwood: 5. Stay tuned for updated bear counts and snow-capped mountain photos...

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The first product to come out of SILCA’s new 3D printer is the featherweight and ultra-strong Mensola Computer Mount, a top-of-the-line titanium GPS mount that attaches to your stem. Find details and photos here…https://bikepacking.com/news/silca-mensola-mount/

"The sand persisted, and we finally camped, laughed, ate meat sticks, built fires, and dug our toes in the dirt - all the best things, really." A treat of a story from @emilyschaldach! http://www.bitchngrit.com/blog-1/2021/5/17/sand-is-grand

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A huge thank you for building a beautiful steed once again, that performed fantastically at DK. I’ve never really ridden trails before and had to learn on the fly, but the bike made it all so easy to adapt to the unfamiliar conditions. I was able to ride sections of downhill gravel at speeds approaching 60 kph and it felt rock solid.

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