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At Curve Cycling we strive to give fellow riders new and exciting experiences via our products and adventures. With our offerings we strive to deliver products that go beyond the "honey moon period" and continue performing throughout it's expected lifecycle. We take great pride in each and every piece and would never release something to the market that we wouldn't use ourselves.

Our organised riding adventures are designed to be all-inclusive. Most of our rides are open invite and we welcome all comers.

On our journey, we have consulted some of Australia's most respected riders, carbon engineers, mechanics and the smart racers looking to better invest their money in products that are honest, do what they are supposed to do and promise not bombard you with marketing and technical noise. Our story is real and our products are up for as much adventure as you can throw at them.

Steve Varga

Founder + Product Developer

Steve has had a long history racing, riding and working on 2 wheels. Steve's background in furniture design and manufacturing helped form Curves ethos for well designed, solid products designed and made for purpose. His eye for detail and technical knowledge allowed Steve to take his passion a step further to develop and launch his own range of products and form Curve Cycling.

Jesse Carlsson

Co-Founder SuperFreak + Product Testing

Jesse is a former BMX world champ with a PhD in physics. Jesse is well-known in the MTB community for his adventure riding and solo racing prowess. He is also a co-founder of a capital investment firm with a vested interest in carbon fiber car wheel manufacturer, CarbonRev. Jesse doesn’t tolerate inferior products and really puts Curve products to the test.

Adam Lana

Brand Development, Design + everything else

Steve has had a long history racing, riding and working on 2 wheels. Steve's background in furniture design and manufacturing helped form Curves ethos for well designed, solid products designed and made for purpose. His eye for detail and technical knowledge allowed Steve to take his passion a step further to develop and launch his own range of products and form Curve Cycling.

Ryan Flinn

Grand Ambassador + Sales Lead

Rhino has always been a close friend of Curve. His riding pursuits and antics have seen him ride the 5,500km Indian Pacific Wheel Race, Red Hook Crit in Barcelona, Cape Epic MTB and World Triathlon Championships in Beijing and Auckland. You may have also seen him take over a few Cycling Maven Youtube videos or watched his instagram videos in utter confusion.

We welcome Ryan to the Curve business as our new Sales Director and Grand Ambassador.

Warranty

Curve Frames include a 10-year manufacturer's (back to base) warranty. Curve wheels and accessories include a 2-year manufacturer's (back to base) warranty. This covers any manufacturing default that may become evident during normal riding.

This warranty does not cover products that are deemed consumable products, such as brake pads, tyres, tubes, tyre sealant and in most cases - nipples and spokes. Nipples and spokes are only covered under warranty if an unusual amount of breakages and failures occur during use of the product under appropriate conditions.

This warranty does not cover the product if the product has been used outside of normal use and/or has damage commonly caused by rider error. This covers up to and including any crashing of the bicycle (both self and situation inflicted), riding with incorrect tyre pressure (or pressures outside of the recommended range), rider exceeding the recommended rider weight for the specific wheelset or driving your roof rack-mounted bike into a low overhead obstruction such as a garage, car park, street sign or tree branch.

Warranty process and expected turnaround time

Being a small and new company we have limitations on stock holdings and back-up product being on hand. Therefore, expected turnaround on an approved warranty claim may take up to 6 weeks and in certain circumstances even longer. A demo set will be loaned if possible but is not guaranteed. We will endeavour to improve our response time as we grow with regard to our warranty procedure to ensure it will be as quick and painless as possible.

Warranty cost

The cost of exchange is free of charge for any approved claims. Labour to rebuild a faulty wheel is free. The customer making the claim must pay for the return of the product to Curve's warehouse (back to base), however, freight will be free for the product's return to the customer.

Spokes that need replacing will be charged accordingly (dependent on the wheel model).

Tech Tips

Curve Frames include a 10-year manufacturer's (back to base) warranty. Curve wheels and accessories include a 2-year manufacturer's (back to base) warranty. This covers any manufacturing default that may become evident during normal riding.

This warranty does not cover products that are deemed consumable products, such as brake pads, tyres, tubes, tyre sealant and in most cases - nipples and spokes. Nipples and spokes are only covered under warranty if an unusual amount of breakages and failures occur during use of the product under appropriate conditions.

This warranty does not cover the product if the product has been used outside of normal use and/or has damage commonly caused by rider error. This covers up to and including any crashing of the bicycle (both self and situation inflicted), riding with incorrect tyre pressure (or pressures outside of the recommended range), rider exceeding the recommended rider weight for the specific wheelset or driving your roof rack-mounted bike into a low overhead obstruction such as a garage, car park, street sign or tree branch.

Warranty process and expected turnaround time

Being a small and new company we have limitations on stock holdings and back-up product being on hand. Therefore, expected turnaround on an approved warranty claim may take up to 6 weeks and in certain circumstances even longer. A demo set will be loaned if possible but is not guaranteed. We will endeavour to improve our response time as we grow with regard to our warranty procedure to ensure it will be as quick and painless as possible.

Warranty cost

The cost of exchange is free of charge for any approved claims. Labour to rebuild a faulty wheel is free. The customer making the claim must pay for the return of the product to Curve's warehouse (back to base), however, freight will be free for the product's return to the customer.

Spokes that need replacing will be charged accordingly (dependent on the wheel model).

FAQs

Curve Frames include a 10-year manufacturer's (back to base) warranty. Curve wheels and accessories include a 2-year manufacturer's (back to base) warranty. This covers any manufacturing default that may become evident during normal riding.

This warranty does not cover products that are deemed consumable products, such as brake pads, tyres, tubes, tyre sealant and in most cases - nipples and spokes. Nipples and spokes are only covered under warranty if an unusual amount of breakages and failures occur during use of the product under appropriate conditions.

This warranty does not cover the product if the product has been used outside of normal use and/or has damage commonly caused by rider error. This covers up to and including any crashing of the bicycle (both self and situation inflicted), riding with incorrect tyre pressure (or pressures outside of the recommended range), rider exceeding the recommended rider weight for the specific wheelset or driving your roof rack-mounted bike into a low overhead obstruction such as a garage, car park, street sign or tree branch.

Warranty process and expected turnaround time

Being a small and new company we have limitations on stock holdings and back-up product being on hand. Therefore, expected turnaround on an approved warranty claim may take up to 6 weeks and in certain circumstances even longer. A demo set will be loaned if possible but is not guaranteed. We will endeavour to improve our response time as we grow with regard to our warranty procedure to ensure it will be as quick and painless as possible.

Warranty cost

The cost of exchange is free of charge for any approved claims. Labour to rebuild a faulty wheel is free. The customer making the claim must pay for the return of the product to Curve's warehouse (back to base), however, freight will be free for the product's return to the customer.

Spokes that need replacing will be charged accordingly (dependent on the wheel model).

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We do it for the love of cycling.