Southern California is home to Marrs Cycles, Inc. Our locale inspires our vision, culture and American-made craftsmanship. In an era when many companies manufacture products (including electric bicycles) overseas, we take pride in going against the trend and hand-crafting all of our frames, front ends and handlebars a few short miles from the infamous Pacific coast beaches.

Marrs is changing the way people view cruising one enthusiast at a time. We aim to build an elite line of electric bicycles that enable riders to take advantage of a unique motorcycle-inspired riding experience in places where bicycles, and not motorcycles, are allowed.

Own the most prestigious electric bicycles available on the market today and join the Marrs Cycles family.

Ride the original. Ride Marrs.

Kacy Marrs
Founder, Partner

Kacy Marrs is the founder of Marrs Cycles. His influences come from a long history of riding bikes from bmx and motocross to Harleys. While recovering from an injury sustained doing a half-time freestyle motocross show for the NHRA, he began to hone his fabrication skills. His innovative spirit and drive to be original led him to create what is now known as Marrs Cycles.

While others build hotrods and custom motorcycles, Marrs saw an opportunity to incorporate the same styling and lifestyle into electric bicycles. He soon found integrating motorcycle components (like the ones he used while growing up) into his bikes gave them the look and feel of perfection - the ultimate cruising experience.

While Marrs is still relatively young, his passion for bikes and business has led him to where he is today and he continues revolutionize the industry.


Brad Fanshaw

In addition to being a partner in Marrs Cycles, Inc. Brad currently owns Bonneville Worldwide, Inc. with famed Van Halen basist Michael Anthony. Bonneville Worldwide, Inc. manufactures a wide array of luxury products including Bonspeed wheels.

Prior to forming Bonneville WorldWide, Inc. in 1996, Fanshaw focused on the automotive aftermarket where he applied his enjoyment of motorsports and car customizing to the business. With his aggressive promotional knowledge and marketing abilities, Fanshaw concentrated on the emerging hot rod and custom wheel industry. He joined Boyd Coddington, then a little known hot rod builder, and together they revolutionized the industry.

The newly formed alliance/partnership took full advantage of the raw talent and creative abilities of the company. Fanshaw successfully cultivated the hot rod and chopper industry from cottage industry to corporate success. Along the way, he created what is today's rock-n-roll automotive lifestyle as seen on television.