Discover your Adventure

Cycles Chinook is the embodiment of that belief and with it comes the promise of delivering an exceptional experience through inspired design, personalized approach and a shared love of riding. True to our origin, Cycles Chinook’s passion is to encourage exploration and deliver adventure. Let us help you discover yours.



If you like to experience new adventures and you enthusiastically take the path less traveled, you’re one of us.

Cycles Chinook Webstore Grand Opening

We are excited to announce the grand opening of our new website loaded with new-to-us features. We’ve added a secure shopping cart for building semi-custom bikes, storing information for custom builds, and ordering accessories.The bike builder tool lets customers choose

By David Lafferty | October 5, 2019

Frequently asked questions

What kind of titanium do you use and why?

Our frame tubes are made from 3Al-2.5V titanium, which offers excellent forming and welding characteristics. Machined parts of the frame — head tubes, bottom bracket shells, couplers, dropouts, cable stops, bottle bosses — are made from 6Al-4V titanium,

By David Lafferty | September 18, 2019

Changing our name, but still awesome.

Changing our name, but still awesome.

It’s December. This is the time of year that many folks like to reflect on the year that’s passed and make resolutions or goals for the coming year. On a personal level, those first few snowstorms

By Emily Lafferty | December 18, 2018

In the works

Here's what we're currently working on. Expect the finished products in our gallery within a few months.

Triathlon tandem

  • Primary use: ITU , Olympic, and Ironman Triathlons
  • Pilot height: 5'8" to 6'2"
  • Stoker height: 5'11"
  • Tire size: 700c x 35

By David Lafferty | December 11, 2018

The Best Dreams Don’t Involve Sleep: A Race Across America Story.

What does it feel like to complete Race Across America? "3,067 miles, 180,000 feet of climbing over 7+ days," was the response of Kyle Coon, a rider on Team Sea to See. We all kind of chuckled at the very literal response to the race announcer's question, because there truly aren't words to describe

By Emily Lafferty | July 29, 2018

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