DENVER, Colorado — Alchemy Bicycles is ready to lift the curtain from its latest carbon creation, the Atlas carbon road bike. Engineered for the diverse riding demands of Colorado’s Front Range, the Atlas is a premium all-rounder designed to attack long flats, technical descents and withering climbs with the aplomb of a grand tour veteran. Available in stock sizes and colors, Atlas is priced lower than any other US-made carbon frame yet still features Alchemy’s lauded ride and production quality.
Weighing in at sub-900 grams, Atlas borrows the best features from Alchemy’s flagship Helios, a frameset listed among Outside Magazine’s top bikes of 2015. Alchemy also fully controls the construction process; from raw sheets of carbon to the finished frame and every step in between, the Atlas looks as good as it rides.
“Since purchasing our carbon plotter last year, we’ve been able to add an extra level of control from start to finish,” states Alchemy’s head engineer Matt Maczuzak. “The Atlas is designed from the ground up to ride similarly to the Helios, but it’s constructed in a much different manner, allowing us to offer it in stock sizes at a lower price point.”
Now available through Alchemy’s website, the Atlas frameset with Enve 2.0 fork and Cane Creek headset will retail for $3,999. A complete Atlas with Shimano Ultegra retails for $6,699.
About Alchemy Bicycles
Founded in 2008, Denver-based Alchemy Bicycles builds the finest road, ‘cross and mountain bikes available. Blending old world craftsmanship and attention to detail with leading edge technology, each Alchemy frame is crafted by hand from carbon, stainless steel or titanium. For more information on Alchemy and its offerings ranging from full custom to stock, please visit AlchemyBicycles.com.