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Photo courtesy of Detroit Bikes
“American bicycle manufacturing hasn’t seen this type of mass production start-up in generations,” said Zak Pashak, owner and president of Detroit Bikes.
Pashak’s 50,000-square-foot factory in Detroit, MI, has the annual capacity to produce 40,000 of the company’s one-size-fits-most model, the A-Type. With a lightweight chromoly steel frame, 3-speed internal-gear hub, rear rack, fenders, and a retail price of $550, Pashak aims to prove that homegrown bicycles can still be affordable.