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We're pleased that there are a number of bicycle-related companies within Santa Barbara county, located in areas shown on the map. They're mostly small and not set up for tourists, however if one especially interests you, check their website and phone or email ahead and ask when a visit might be appropriate.

Phone numbers are area code 805.

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This is one of Tim Neenan's Lighthouse superbly-crafted road bikes. Photo courtesy of Tim Neenan.

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This is one of Tim Brummer's recumbant bikes, the Phantom model. Photo courtesy of Tim Brummer.

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This is one Lyle Harlow's mountain bikes, crafted under his Muse Cycles name. Photo courtesy of Lyle Harlow.

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Lompoc

Lightning Cycle Dynamics , 312 Ninth Street, Suite B, Lompoc, phone 736-0700, email info@lightningbikes.com. Lightweight, record-breaking recumbant bikes designed by Tim Brummer and sold throughout the US. He has a new carbon-fiber crankset and bottom bracket, plus many accessories and a clothing line for recumbant riding.

Santa Ynez

Lighthouse Cycles, PO Box 134, Santa Ynez, phone 899-3668, email tim.neenan@comcast.com. Custom bicycle design and fabrication by Tim Neenan, crafted for appreciative cyclists since 1976. For years, he was the designer for Specialized bikes, including the popular Stumpjumper mountain bike. Now he is doing what he loves the most.

Goleta

Old Man Mountain Products. 23 South Fairview, Suite C, Goleta, phone 692-9950, email info@OldManMountain.com. Channing Hammond owns the shop that manufactures his tough bike pannier racks for standard and custom bike configurations. He has recently added lines of basic, strong mountain and hybrid bikes.

Santa Barbara

Inertia Designs. 501 East Gutierrez Street, Santa Barbara, phone 965-6922. Founded in 1998, Greg Murphy at Inertia Designs manufactures bicycle bags to serve serious cyclists—for racing, training, touring or commuting. Their bags are sold online and in shops throughout the US.

Muse Cycles. Phone 616-2468, email info@musecycles.com. Lyle Harlow handcrafts custom bike frames, forks, wheels, racks, and offers complete bicycles. He uses the finest materials and equipment, and scrutinizes every detail with a meticulous eye, striving to deliver a high performance bicycle.

Stinner Frameworks. Phone 895-2304, email aaron@stinnerframeworks.com. Aaron Stinner handcrafts bike frames for road, mountain, cyclocross and commute riding. He has been involved with bicycling since 5 years old and today prides himself in building bikes that are made to fit the rider and last a lifetime.

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