US Bicycle Manufacturers & Brands - 2018 Cruiser List


We are compiling an ever growing list of USA made cruiser bikes, which might include large corporations, small companies or individuals.

There are currently 211 companies in this list, which might include bikes made from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some might also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.

We've included a few details about the companies and their products along with direct links to both the manufacturer & various on-line retailers where you can get the latest prices, shipping costs, special offers & more.

Page last reviewed 9/12/2018 by Dave Hurley


Bowery Lane Bicycles



Classic and comfortable to ride, our American made bicycles are the only hand-crafted Cruisers made right here in Brooklyn, New York. We've designed and constructed these vintage inspired bikes with style and simplicity in mind. Bowery Lane Bicycles evoke the bikes of yesterday but are built for today. Our bicycles are welded, painted, assembled, packed and shipped in New York City. No big assembly lines, no mass production, no robots. Human hands. American Hands. Our bikes are made with pride by a family owned and operated company that has been making bicycles since 1891.

ProdecoTech



The long awaited Beach Cruiser eBike is now available and set to make waves! This USA built eBike is an industry changer with ProdecoTech’s 48V 750W HT Motor for an affordable starting price of $1599 or $1799 for the high capacity battery. The array of components and features are the “who’s who” of the bike industry. Only the highest quality components were utilized such as Avid’s DB Hydraulic Disc Brakes and SRAM’s X7 Drive Train. Production is at ProdecoTech’s USA main facility, the largest eBbike production factory in North America.

Shinola



We're more than a little proud to boast that our factory is based in Detroit, a city with industrial prowess, grassroots vibrancy, and community-minded people that take pride in making things the right way using the highest quality materials. When we visited Detroit and toured the College for Creative Studies, we happened upon a beautiful but raw 60,000 square foot space, and decided to make it our home. Inspired by the enduring French style of Porteur bicycles, the Runwell delivers a classic blend of urban style and practicality. Meticulously designed to yield the best characteristics of a lugged steel frame and fork, we've engineered the Runwell to handle predictably and smoothly for city riding, commuting and errand running. Virtually maintenance free, courtesy of the high-end Shimano Alfine 11-speed internal hub, daily riders will never need to worry about adjustment, maintenance or exposure to rain and snow. Stopping power, in any weather condition, is assured with the quiet and smooth disc brakes. Internal cable routing keeps the cables out of sight and out of the elements. Racks and fenders fit easily on the frame. Responsive and predictable handling, classic and enduring style, low-to-no maintenance, stopping power in any weather condition, with a made in America frame and fork, the Runwell is truly a unique and worthy voice in the crowd.

Worksman Cycles Factory



Made in USA, heavy duty bicycles, Worksman Cycles offers the most unique cruiser bicycles featuring clincher rims, 11g spokes, clincher rims, hand lugged and brazed frames. Totally heavy duty bikes. Bicycles made in the USA, American Made Bicycles.


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Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce electronic items here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.