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Tuesday, February 07, 2006
By Yokota Fritz


The Lynskey family, founders of Litespeed Titanium Components, will be returning to the bicycle frame-building business. They will be designing and building high-end custom titanium bicycle frames under the new company name of Lynskey Performance Products in Chattanooga, TN. The domain name LynskeyPerformance.com was registered last week but there's no website there yet.

The Lynskey family founded Litespeed in 1986 and sold the business to American Bicycle Group in 1999. If I recall, several Lynskey's are involved in the management of ABG. ABG is based in Chattanooga, TN where their Litespeed, Real Design, and Quintana Roo bikes are built.

Read more from the BRaIN. Litespeed and Merlin will be at the 2006 North American Hand Made Bicycle Show in San Jose, CA, March 3-5.



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