Recently I visited the Electric Bike Company headquarters in Newport Beach California. This is an ebike company that actually builds and assembles their product in America. They make their own wooden fenders, spoke their own wheels, and even have a custom paint shop! I was blown away by the attention to detail, amazing warranty, battery repair facility, and the expertise that each of the 100+ team members offer. The company started in 2012 as Madiba Bikes and changed their name in 2012. They continue to work with a program called Wastepreneurs Independent trolley operators recycling trash in Southern Africa by donating electric drive systems. They have five buildings totaling 80,000 square feet. This is a company that I’ve visited and reviewed in the past, and their facility is even larger now. They have several buildings that each focus on a specific step in the process, or a specific bike model. This video was created for fun, for free, to share for anyone who cares about products that are actually made in the United States.
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