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Ride Your Ride
At Dispatch Custom Cycling Components we want more people on bicycles. We believe that makes a better world. Join us on our mission.
Your bicycle is yours.
It is a statement of your preference and passion in life. From the first mile ridden, machine and rider become one. No longer one of many, but now a unique creation that is yours. Saturday group road rides. Dirt church on Sunday. Commuting on Monday. Thursday evening crits. At its core, a bicycle ride is visceral. Therapy of the soul, mind and body. Even utility.
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Give it 3 minutes and a basic tool and you have a bicycle as unique as you.
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It doesn't take much to take your ride to 11.
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The answer: Just tight enough. Read the details.
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Happy cyclists are our business
Easy Install - Under 3 Minutes
A basic tool and 3 minutes. That's faster than changing into your riding gear!
It's Your Bicycle - Ride Your Ride
Every year there are over 17 million bicycles sold in the U.S. Make your bicycle the only one like it.
TRUE TO OUR VALUES
We're on a mission to get more people on bicycles. This is how we stay true to that mission.
We make no reservations about who we are. In 2021, there were 19 million bicycles sold in the United States and Dispatch is here to make your bicycle yours. That means being bold, different and creating a product that allows our customers to identify as part of the tribe, while being unique in that tribe.
We need to move quickly to continue to survive and thrive. We'll make mistakes, but we'll have a bias towards movement first.
Sometimes we're going to get off course. It happens. We need to be fast to identify those mistakes, correct them and get back on course. Making turns is part of every ride. No ride is a straight line - even if Strava says it is. We're always moving and we're always course-correcting.