Kacy Marrs looks out over Newport Beach after taking a ride on his Marrs Cycle

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Kacy Marrs looks out over Newport Beach after taking a ride on his Marrs Cycle

Co-owner and business partner to Kacy Marrs, Brad Fanshaw takes the bicycle for a spin around Newport Beach.

In Southern Caliornia, bicyles are a popular options for crusin' around. Here, a Marrs Cycle is lined up against other bicycles in Newport Beach.

A look at a Marrs Cycle from outside the shop in Anaheim

In an era when many companies manufacture products overseas, Marrs Cycles takes pride in going against the trend and hand-crafting the frames, front ends and handlebars a few short miles from the Pacific coast beaches.

The Spectrum® 375 X-TREME™ plasma cutter has recently become a go-to product for cutting prototype filler panels. While the panels are laser cut on production bicycles, Marrs counts on the plasma cutter to quickly and efficiently test prototype options internally at the shop.

The ArcStation workbench with X-pattern tabletop and X-clamps has also improved Marrs’ ability to measure and secure hard-to-position, hard-to-weld objects like the bicycle handlebars.

The shop exclusively relies on Miller welding equipment for the fabrication of the electric bicycles, using a Diversion™ 180 TIG welder for the majority of welding and fabrication needs.

The ArcStation workbench with X-pattern tabletop and X-clamps has also improved Marrs’ ability to measure and secure hard-to-position, hard-to-weld objects like the bicycle handlebars.