We had been hearing some rumors about changes coming to Solid Bikes, but we didn’t hear any exact details or official announcement until now. It looks like Aaron Huff has decided to step away from producing Solid branded frames, cranks and bars and will be focusing on producing frame parts for other brands. Get the full scoop below.
“OK. So we moved from Sacramento, California to Corvallis, Oregon. After 25 years of living in the same place I decided it was time for a change. But its not like I can just pack up my hatchback and hit the road. I have three kids, a wife and a shop full of machines, materials and tools. I had been spread too thin for too long trying to do Solid brand parts, frame, crank and handlebar production for other companies as well as running CNC machines making headtubes, bbs, stems, sprockets, etc. Can’t do it all, so I am officially out of the frame, crank and handlebar business. Downsized to a small shop with the CNC machines and myself. I am putting all my energy and focus into frame building parts and possibly stems and sprockets. Thanks for all the support over the last 19 years and am really looking forward to the new version of Solid.” – Solid Bikes