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US Made Quality Bikes That Last

Classic and timeless styling plus the highest quality materials and
Emory’s Cmith Parts make the Emory C4 Cruiser the bike for a lifetime.

Over Engineered? Why not?

Our roller bearings are used in motorcycles and cars.    We use aircraft grade aluminum for parts where a cheaper alloy would probably be just fine.    Each Emory Bicycle is built from unique, strong, durable and lightweight materials and parts from Emory’s Cmith brand, Reynolds, SKF, Gates and others to outlast even the most aggressive riders in the harshest conditions..

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Bottom Bracket

An integral part of Emory’s patent pending frame made from cast stainless steel with internal lugs for added strength, it incorporates silky smooth sealed roller bearings that will easily survive the most aggressive riders.

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Handlebar Stem

Patent pending, lightweight, but strong, Emory’s Cmith anodized aluminum design eliminates handlebar stripping and steering misalignment.

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Drive Ring

Whether you prefer a chain or long lasting belt, lightweight and strong anodized aluminum Emory Cmith drive parts will keep you moving.   Choose from a variety of colors to match your style.

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Head Tube

Cast stainless steel for strength and corrosion resistance is combined with sealed roller bearings for years of smooth, low maintenance performance.

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Emory’s comfortable yet durable seat is produced from a tough polymer cover combined with sturdy springs, a steel pan and high density foam.

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Crank Arms

CNC milled from aircraft grade aluminum Emory’s Cmith crank arms continue our strong, lightweight and durable theme.   Also available in several anodized colors.

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A Brief History of Emory

The bicycle business has been a part of the Smith family since the 1940s, first as retailers, then distributors and finally, in 1976, as manufacturers of the Emory Bicycles.   We made the very first cruisers and the last Western Flyer nostalgia bikes.   The Emory brand built a reputation of quality, style and durability as shown by strong collector demand for these early bicycles.

Over time the quality of available parts dropped as bicycle production shifted overseas.   These inferior imported parts reflected poorly on our bicycles so we decided to stop bike production in 2004.

Since bicycles are in our DNA we couldn’t stay away from the bike business and soon started working on designing a new bicycle as well as all the critical parts required for a high quality bike.    The end result is the first in a lineup of new Emory bicycles, the Emory C4 Cruiser, a stylish, light weight, low maintenance bike designed for people to get more joy out of riding.

Emory in the News

We made a believer out of a local reporter.

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Built to Withstand the Elements

Our bikes are built to last a lifetime. And then some.
Read about our Design & Manufacturing
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Why Buy an Emory Bike...

Over-engineered to last a lifetime, or several
Classic and timeless styling
Lightweight, strong, corrosion resistant stainless steel frame
Smooth, durable, low maintenance roller bearings in the head tube, bottom bracket and front hub
Long lasting, low maintenance belt drive
Unique, non-strippable handlebar stem
Quality US workmanship