Sixth Law Cycles is part of a community of people and businesses that uphold the values of dedication to craft, honest dealing, quality materials and workmanship, independent spirit, and commitment to service. I highly recommend the businesses on this page, and I put my money where my mouth is—these are the people I turn to when I need materials, supplies, services, inspiration, or motivation.
Matthew Nelson, winner of the 2017 North American Handmade Bicycle Show Best New Builder award, crafts beautiful bikes in his Salt Lake City workshop. His exquisite workmanship and attention to detail shows in every bike he builds.
Mercury Cycling, based in Ogden, Utah, was created by cyclists, for cyclists. They offer technologically advanced wheels to meet the needs of road, mountain, and triathlon racers and riders.
Drew vonLintel sews amazing bicycle bags by hand. You can see his work on the Electric Mixte, though it is hard to fully appreciate how awesome those panniers are without experiencing them in person. For that project, Drew started with raw canvas that he dyed, cut, sewed, waxed, and embellished by hand. They are true full-custom works of art that hang proudly on a bicycle.
Colby is a wizard who casts spells on wood to create beautiful fenders, chain guards, racks, and accessories for your bike. His gallery is completely drool-worthy, and he does fast, excellent work that adds an incredible, unique touch to any bike. His fenders start at prices that are barely more than mass-produced, soulless plastic models, and are worth it for the top notch hardware alone.