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Apr 26, 2019 at 10:24
Apr 26, 2019
devinci jamessmurthwaite's article
Apr 26, 2019 at 5:31
Apr 26, 2019
Neko Mulally to Wear Chris Kovarik Inspired Kit in Maribor
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devinci rossbellphoto's article
Mar 26, 2019 at 4:53
Mar 26, 2019
Inside Devinci: A Canadian Success Story
@lumpy873: Our capacity increases are still a little behind the demand increases so it is very hard to tell at the moment. That being said, as we explained above, we do whatever we can to make new bikes here whenever possible, we will be launching new bikes that are made in Canada in the near future.
devinci rossbellphoto's article
Mar 25, 2019 at 18:47
Mar 25, 2019
Inside Devinci: A Canadian Success Story
@shadow20: That is what we call dedication! Wishing you plenty of great rides on your new Wilson 29.
devinci rossbellphoto's article
Mar 25, 2019 at 18:44
Mar 25, 2019
Inside Devinci: A Canadian Success Story
@pierre22: Don't worry Pierre, the magic is staying right here with us in Canada. We're actually investing quite a lot in our Canadian facility so we can keep up with the demand.
devinci rossbellphoto's article
Mar 25, 2019 at 18:43
Mar 25, 2019
Inside Devinci: A Canadian Success Story
@jameswb: The all-new Troy is indeed made overseas, but the reason you are giving is not 100% accurate though, hence why we feel the need to clarify. As we are growing our Devinci lineup, the factory and the employees' capacity are completely maximized at the moment. Since we still want to offer the same quality bikes and be able to deliver these bikes on time, we have strategically outsourced the production of our Alloy Troy to Asia. These bikes are still designed here, tested here and assembled here, alongside their Made in Canada siblings. However, this doesn't mean we are switching everything overseas! The number of employees is still growing rapidly, we recently invested in a second factory to produce the bike-share bikes separately and we keep investing in our main factory in Chicoutimi, QC to be able to keep up with the increasing demand. We are still doing bikes in-house whenever we can, The Sabbath that launched last Fall (and landed on the top step of the podium of the Dual Slalom under Keegan Wright in Rotorua) is a prime example of that. So don't worry, we are keeping our strong Canadian roots and aluminum knowhow. This enables us to prototype, test and produces bikes in our own factory, using our own industry-leading standards. Our confidence in our product remains the same, we offer a lifetime warranty on all our bikes, knowing they will stand the test of time. We are not about to move anywhere else, we like it too much here! #MadeinCanada
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