Ride With Us
We ride, You ride
join us on weekly rides/coffee from our new facility. Come see how are bikes are made, and see the trails we test on or just hang out.
Try before you buy:
At Alchemy we continuously go out of our way to make sure you get the perfect bike for you. So before you buy, we’d love to see you try. That’s why we offer daily demos out of our Golden, CO headquarters – see below for more on that – and of course, our famous 30-day no-questions return policy on all new bikes. Buy it, ride it, and if you don’t love it, return it for a full refund!
How do I book a demo?
The best way to make sure you get the right bike to try before you buy is to reserve a bike through our online system. Just book your day and time, pay a deposit, and come on over for a spin! Click below to get started and the system will walk you through the process.
What trails can I ride?
Alchemy is perfectly situated smack up against the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies, so there’s plenty of epic riding to enjoy right out the back (or front) door! Two of the closest and best options are the Apex Park trail system (which contains the namesake trail for our Ti hardtail, the Argos) about a mile north up the road, and the Matthews Winters Park trails which is accessible via bike path, about half a mile south of HQ.
What bikes can I demo?
Any of Alchemy’s bikes are available for demo, but quantities vary between models. Our Arktos line of MTBs has the most options, so they’re the easiest to reserve, but if you contact us with enough lead time we should be able to accommodate you on any of our models.
What else can I do at the facility?
Visitors are always welcome to our beautiful new facility, whether demoing a bike or not, so come by anytime (normal work hours of course!) and say hello, check out some bikes, have a coffee or even enjoy a pint of our ‘private label’ Alchemy Ale. You can also arrange to tour the facility and meet the team who hand builds the Alchemy bikes in house – and maybe even get to watch them laying up carbon, welding a Ti frame, building up a new bike, etc – but it’s best to call ahead for those options.