The Allied Mission is to make the finest bicycles on Earth. We build them in the United States: from design to engineering to manufacturing.


Here at Allied we own and have total control over our production and use only the finest carbon composite raw materials. We test and continuously improve our bikes to deliver the foremost in lightness, stiffness and durability, while offering a richness of paint rarely seen on the bike shop floor. Because our bikes are MADE HERE, we can obsess on quality -- and act on that obsession - every day.

We started this company because of our conviction that we could make superior bikes of superior quality only if we controlled all the pieces – from brand, to design, to raw materials selection, to manufacturing, paint and assembly. It’s a philosophy we sum up in two words: MADE HERE.

Every day our engineers work alongside our layup techs. Our marketing team circles around the paint booth. Our test lab thrums alongside our production line. Transparency, communication and connectedness enforce expectations of quality like nothing else.

How your bike is made matters. And as you consider your next carbon bike, we want you to see and feel the Allied difference.

Stiff and responsive chassis, generous real-world tire clearance, superb build quality, nimble handling, unique aesthetics

The Able is everything it’s made out to be: it’s quick, it’s sporty, it’s capable, it seems very well constructed, it thrives on going fast, and it’s a blast to ride.

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The Dirty Kanza is known to chew up and spit out even the most rugged bikes

components, and tires. 2019 winner Colin Strickland told us, 'This new Allied Able was the perfect bike for this was flawless.'

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If I could own only one road bike, it would be the Allroad

it's a Swiss Army knife of a pavement machine.

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Does the Alfa Allroad make me want to add another bike to the stable?

Indeed it does, but unlike most other times I’ve felt this way, what the Alfa Allroad makes me think about more is how many other bikes I could get rid of — and in this case, that’s a very good thing.

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