Ultimate Listing: Mountain Bike Parts Made In America

If you’re looking to build up a mostly American made mountain bike you’re in luck. There are a plethora of  USA companies making mountain bike parts. While there are a lot of parts that can be bought from American manufacturers or handmade bike builders, there are also many parts that cannot be purchased. Major items like derailleurs, shifters, tires, and saddles do not have any American made alternatives.

Below I’ve made a listing of all of the American parts manufacturers I could find. I hope to create an exhaustive list of companies to purchase products from. Please let me know if I’ve missed a company or a company no longer makes their products in the USA.

If you’re looking for a mountain bike frame made in the USA be sure to check out my Ultimate Listing: Mountain Bikes Made In America.

Alliance Bicycles – Idaho – forks / seatposts / stems
Alliance Bicycles Ti stem
Alliance Bicycles Ti stem
BBG bash guards – Oregon – bashguards
BBG Bashguard
BBG Bashguard
Bishop Bikes – Maryland – forks / stems
Bishop Bikes custom stem
Bishop Bikes custom stem
Black Cat Bikes – California – forks / stems
Black Cat Bikes stem
Black Cat Bikes stem
Black Sheep Bikes – Colorado – forks / handlebars / stems
Black Sheep custom handlebar and fork
Black Sheep custom handlebar and fork
Bold Precision – Pennsylvania – seatposts, skewers
Bold titanium seatpost
Bold titanium seatpost
Bronto Bikes – Oregon – forks
Bronto Bikes UDO mountain bike fork
Bronto Bikes UDO fork
Cane Creek – North Carolina – headsets / seatposts / suspension
Cane Creek 110 headset
Cane Creek 110 headset
Chris King – Oregon – bottom brackets / headsets / hubs
Chris King hubs
Chris King hubs
Clockwork Bikes – Wisconsin – forks / stems
Clockwork Bikes custom stems
Clockwork Bikes custom stems
DEAN Titanium Bikes – Colorado – forks / handlebars / seatposts / stems
Dean titanium seatpost
Dean titanium seatpost
DKG – California – seat post clamps, Maglite mounts
DKG Fliplock seatpost clamp
DKG Fliplock seatpost clamp
e.13 components  – Massachusetts/California – chainguides (most of their other products are made overseas)
e.thirteen SRS+ chainguide
e.thirteen SRS+ chainguide
Endless Bikes – North Carolina – Cogs
Endless Bikes cogs
Endless Bikes cogs
Engin Cycles – Pennsylvania – forks / seatposts / stems
Engin Cycles stem
Engin Cycles stem
Enve Composites – Utah – rims only
Enve MTB wheel
Enve MTB wheel
ESI Grips – California – grips
ESI Chunky grips
ESI Chunky grips
Firefly Bicycles – Massachusetts – handlebars / seatposts / stems
Firefly titanium handlebar
Firefly titanium handlebar
Form cycles –  Arizona – seat posts / stems
Form Cycles titanium seatpost
Form Cycles titanium seatpost
Gravity Dropper – Montana – adjustable height seatposts
Gravity Dropper Turbo LP adjustable height seatpost
Gravity Dropper Turbo LP adjustable height seatpost
Groovy Cycleworks – Ohio – crankset / forks / handlebars / stems
Groovy Lovehandle handlebars
Groovy Lovehandle handlebars
Hadley – no website : ( – California – hubs
Hadley hub
Hadley hub
Hit N Run Designs – California – Stems
Hit N Run Jawbone stem
Hit N Run Jawbone stem
Homebrewed Components –  bash rings / chainrings / cogs
Home Brewed Components chainring
Home Brewed Components chainring
Industry 9 – North Carolina- hubs
Industry 9 hubs
Industry 9 hubs
Inglis Cycles – California – forks / stems
Inglis / Retrotec stem
Inglis / Retrotec stem
K-Edge Cycling – Idaho – camera mounts / chain catcher / computer mounts / gps mounts / ring guard
K-Edge Garmin Edge bike computer mount
K-Edge Garmin Edge bike computer mount
Kent Eriksen Cycles – Colorado – seatposts
Kent Eriksen seatpost
Kent Eriksen seatpost
Kettle Cycles – Illinois – brake rotors
Kettle Cycles SICCC 2 piece carbon brake rotor
Kettle Cycles SICCC 2 piece carbon rotor
King Cage – Colorado – water bottle cages
King Cage water bottle cage
King Cage water bottle cage
Kish Fabrication – North Carolina – stems
Kish titanium stem
Kish titanium stem
Lightning Bikes – California – crankset
Lightning Bikes crankset
Lightning Bikes crankset
LP Composite bicycle components – Washington – bar ends / handlebars / seatposts
LP Composites handlebars
LP Composites handlebars
Lynskey Performance Designs – Tennessee – handlebars / seatposts / stems
Lynskey titanium stem
Lynskey titanium stem
Marrow Components – Idaho – direct mount and standard stems, top caps
Marrow direct mount stems
Marrow direct mount stems
Moment Industries – California – brake rotors
Moment Industries web rotor
Moment Industries web rotor
Moots – Colorado – forks / seatposts / stems
Moots Cinch seatpost
Moots Cinch seatpost
MRP – Colorado – chainguides / chainrings / cranks (they say a majority of their products made in Colorado)
MRP Lopes chainguide
MRP Lopes chainguide
ODI Grips – California – grips
ODI Cross Trainer grips
ODI Cross Trainer grips
Oury Grips – Arkansas – grips
Oury grips
Oury grips
Paul Component Engineering – California – brake levers / chainguides / chain tensioner / cranks / seatpost
Paul mountain bike crankset
Paul mountain bike crankset
Pereira Cycles – forks / racks / stems
Pereira Cycles custom fork
Pereira Cycles custom fork
Phil Wood – California – hubs / nipples / seatpost collars / spokes
Phil Wood mountain bike hubs
Phil Wood mountain bike hubs
Point1 Racing  – California – pedals / spacers / stems
Point 1 Racing Split Second stem
Point 1 Racing Split Second 70mm stem
Power Cordz – Idaho – derailleur/shift cables and housing
Power Cordz
Power Cordz
Profile Racing – Florida – chainrings / cranks / hubs
Profile Racing mountain bike hubs
Profile Racing mountain bike hubs
Project 321 – California – hubs, Lefty adapters, various accessories
Project 321 ISO disc hubs
Project 321 ISO disc hubs
Rich Adams – Pennsylvania – forks, racks, stems
Rich Adams stem
Rich Adams stem
Scrub Components – Utah – brake pads / brake rotors
Scrub Components Workhorse brake rotor
Scrub Components Workhorse brake rotor
Sella Anatomica – California – saddles
Sella Anatomica Titanico X saddle
Sella Anatomica Titanico X saddle
Seven Cycles – Massachusetts – handlebars / seatposts / stems
Seven Cycles stems
Seven Cycles stems
Soulcraft Cycles – California – forks / stems
Soulcraft stem
Soulcraft stem
SyCip Designs – California – bar ends / forks / handlebars
SyCip bar ends
SyCip bar ends
Tate Labs – California – computer mount / gps mount
Tate Labs Bar Fly 1.1 computer mount
Tate Labs Bar Fly 1.1
LH Thomson – Georgia –  seatpost / seatpost collar / stems
Thomson Elite mountain bike stem
Thomson Elite mountain bike stem
Ti Cycles Fabrication – Oregon –  handlebars / light mounts / seatposts / stems
Ti Cycles custom handlebar
Ti Cycles custom handlebar
True Fabrication Bicycles – Texas – forks / stems
True Fabrications fork
True Fabrications fork
Twenty6 Components – Montana – bar end caps / pedals / seatpost clamps / stems
Twenty6 Predator pedal
Twenty6 Predator pedal
Velocity USA – Michigan/Florida – rims
Velocity USA rims
Velocity USA rims
Vulture Cycles – Oregon – forks
Vulture Cycles fork
Vulture Cycles fork
Watson Cycles – handlebars
Watson Cycles titanium mountain bike handlebars
Watson Cycles titanium handlebars
Wheelsmith – Wisconsin – nipples / spokes
Wheelsmith spokes
Wheelsmith spokes
White Brothers – Colorado – forks
White Brothers Loop fork
White Brothers Loop fork
White Industries – California – cranks / freewheel / hubs
White Industries crankset
White Industries crankset
WickWërks – chainrings
Wickwerks chainring
Wickwerks chainring
Wolf Tooth Components – Illinois – chainrings
Wolf Tooth Components 104 BCD chainring
Wolf Tooth Components 104 BCD chainring
Zinn Cycles – Colorado – cranks
Zinn Zis cranks
Zinn Zis cranks

I hope this article has given you some options for your next build. America has a lot of great companies producing some phenomenal products for mountain bikers. As I said at the top of the article let me know if I’ve missed any American companies and I’ll get them added to this article.

30 thoughts on “Ultimate Listing: Mountain Bike Parts Made In America”

  1. True Precision make their stealth hubs in the USA, virtually silent, I’d love to build up a set

  2. Give Jtekengineering.com a look see. They make some interesting cable pulleys that allow you to use dissimilar drivetrain components together.

    Amerityre.com makes tires right here in the good old US of A. They might be solid rubber but maybe the perfect commuter tire.

  3. Though they are a U.S. Company, I feel that after the debacle that it created, Homebrewed Components should be removed from this list. Customer service is a joke and after taking more than a year to receive only half of an order I placed, I can not suggest anyone use this company for anything. If I were the only person to have received this treatment, I would not take the effort to post this. A quick google search or search on MTBR reveals what I am talking about.

    Please do not suggest a company that someone can send their money to and have the same experience that so many others have. At one point, I heard a class-action suit was being brought up against the company.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/singlespeed/homebrewed-components-694887-57.html

  4. Great www J.A.!!  Love it, thank you.  Please look at Dash Cycles for seats, post, combos.  I have two seats myself and am VERY pleased.  Great support also.

  5. Wheelsmith not only makes spokes in Milwaukee WI, but also Rim Rods and from US sourced parts.

  6. Hey!!! Great article. Check out eightyHD industries website and instagram. They are an american manufactured bike component company. These guys offer stems and after market crowns. Any support that my friends can get counts. Also, It is nice to see someone shed some light on American made products!

  7. Another thanks for this site, and the effort it took! I’ve been a machinist for 30+ years in the aerospace/medical industry, and I’m just happy somebody recognizes just how skilled we can be……

  8. Wondering why Goff Ringle/Sunn Components and Ritchey Logic Bicycle’s and Components didn’t make the List? Thanks ♥️

  9. Thanks to readers like you, it helps us keep our list of Mountain Bike Parts Made In America constantly updated!

    Sunn-Ringle and Ritchey Logic Bicycles would be a good add. Doing a quick scan, they’re definitely based in USA, but I’m not certain their parts are made in USA. Any confirmations?

  10. Man, if someone would make brake, shift, and tire components here in the us, you could have a complete bike made entirely in the USA.
    That’d be so dope.

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