Mountain Cycle and East Coast Cycle Supply join Forces


For Immediate Release:

East Coast Cycle Supply (ECCS), a global bicycle importer announces today its partnership with Mountain Cycle, the highly respected mountain bike specialist. ECCS plans to expand Mountain Cycle sales of its full line of mountain bike frames to Independent Bike Dealers across the US and Canada.

“We are very pleased to be working with East Coast Cycle Supply,” explains Krien Dawson, COO of Mountain Cycle. “We feel they encompass the knowledge and expertise needed to grow the Mountain Cycle brand,” he adds. “Mountain Cycle product is quality driven and our customers will receive all the attention to detail required for each sale and we believe ECCS will continue to market our products in the same fashion.”

Currently Mountain Cycle offers four frame sets; the Shockwave, Battery, Rumble and Fury, each built with the well known, durable monocoque swing arm or reinforcement technology. Designs are classic and simple focusing on quality and targeting the specific disciplines of downhill, slope style, all mountain and trail riding.

“Mountain Cycle is an iconic brand,” states Jeff Bruno, President of East Coast Cycle Supply. “Our sales team has all the passion and drive to sell Mountain Cycle’s well constructed and engineered frames. Mountain Cycle’s high end product is the perfect addition to the East Coast Cycle Supply family.”

Over the last 20 years, the Mountain Cycle brand has developed an established international customer base. ECCS plans to continue to grow the business nationally in the US and Canada markets. “We have the resources and contacts to contribute to Mountain Cycle global success.” concludes Bruno
About Mountain Cycle
The original innovators in full-suspension MTB technology, Mountain Cycle started in 1988 and many claim them to be the true father of the modern mountain bike. Their reputaion has been Mountain Cycle can best be described as a “Micro-National” in the sense that, they operate a small, experienced and focused team of passionate staff, on a truly worldwide level with offices spread around the globe; the US is served through it’s SoCal based sales office, with it’s development headquarters in France, manufacturing offices in Taiwan, and our design office in Australia. For more information please visit
About East Coast Cycle Supply

East Coast Cycle Supply produces, designs and manufactures bicycles and bicycle accessories for sport specialty retailers domestically and internationally. Located on Long Island, NY, the company was established by a team of knowledgeable and talented individuals who have years of experience with unlimited resources in the biking industry. Bicycle lines include an array of hardtail and dual suspension mountain bikes, comfort bikes, hybrid bikes, road bikes, cruisers and youth style models. The company concentrates on well crafted bikes, cutting edge designs, competitive pricing and above all top notch relationships with our customers and the cycling community.

August 19, 2009

source: Jill Janouskovec

About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.

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  • MMcG says:

    Hrmmm……East Coast Bicycle Supply……….Long Island…… this the remnants of what is/was leftover from the demise of Iron Horse and said parent company?

    Or is it an entirely different company?

  • ska todd says:

    ECC was formed by a group of ex-IH employees when the company went under.

    -ska todd

  • bike source says:

    My friend shops at Mountain Cycle and has always had good things to say about them. Interesting to hear about the merger.

  • Dale Burton says:


    Does anyone know where I can get parts for my K2 Lithium3 frame? The upper sealed bearing is knackered.

    Any advice would be appreciated.


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