American Bicycle Group

American Bicycle Group (ABG) is a manufacturer of bicycles based in Chattanooga, Tennessee], United States. [3] The company operates under a consumer-direct business model: selling their made-to-order bikes online [4] and shipping them direct to the consumer. [5]

American Bicycle Group
Founded 1986


Key people
Peter Hurley (CEO)[1][2]
Products bicycles
Revenue $15.78 million (2021)
Number of employees
125 (2021)

In July 2019, ABG was honored at a White House “Made in America Product Showcase”. [6][7]

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Best known for its cold-worked titanium bikes, the company also built the titanium legs of the Mars Land RoverCuriosity for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in 2009. [8][9][10]

Since 2012, ABG has used 3D printing technology for rapid prototyping and product development. [11]

Litespeed Ultimate

ABG owns three brands:

  • Litespeed is the company’s flagship line of titanium bikes. [12][13]

    Litespeed has received Bicycle Guide Magazine Best of Cycling Award (1988) and Eurobike Design Award. [14][15]

  • Quintana Roo (QR) builds triathlon bikes with a Fit-Ready service. [16][17]

    QR has received LAVA Magazine Gear-of-the-Year Award (2015) [14] and (2016) [18] and Interbike/TBI Innovation Award (2016). [19]

    QR also produces a line of triathlon-specific wetsuits[16][20][21] and swimskins. [22][23]

    QR has been an official partner of USA Triathlon since 2013. [24]

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