You can customize the bike type, component selection, colors, graphics and geometry of your CIRCA.
The process for getting your own custom CIRCA is centered around personal attention. From start to finish, you'll work directly with our team to develop your bike.
The first step is to find out what type of bike you'd like to build.
Proper fit enhances comfort and performance, leading to a superior cycling experience. Although most people fit well on our stock sizes, we also offer custom geometry when required.
This custom geometry, custom graphics road build was optimized for a petite rider that required an unusually low standover height.
Color is a great way to give your bike personality. In a CIRCA design session, you can pick from a fun palette of durable anodized finishes and get creative with how colors are applied to different parts of the frame to create a bike that's distinctly yours.
Our laser graphics packages range from simple minimalist designs to full custom storytelling.
CIRCA's versatile dropout can handle a variety of drivetrain options, including the Gates Carbon Drive belt system. We'll work with your functional needs and budget to get you going just right.
This space gray road bike with red accents features laser graphics and locally built Chris King hubs.
And finally, there are all of the little things, just how you like 'em. From saddle selection to rain protection and lighting we'll make sure your CIRCA is customized just for you.
Design Brief and Estimate. After your design session, we’ll create a design brief that outlines pricing and all of the details of your new bike, including a sketch that ensures that everyone’s on the same page.
If you’re in Portland, once construction is complete we’ll schedule a final fit and delivery session in our studio, where we’ll unveil your new bike, receive final payment and check and adjust the fit. You’ll take a test spin and we'll review any other important details. And then you’re off! If you can’t make it to Portland, we have a range of solutions for shipping and final fit.