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Cyfac Launches new Cyfac-Custom Color Selection Website:

Cyfac International proudly announces the launch of its new custom color site,  This new portal showcases the amazing variety of paint options available from the illustrious French frame builder.    Customers can choose from 7 Cyfac paint design templates and arrange more than 25 color tints to create truly unique paint schemes. There are frame options for both standard and ISP (integrated seat post) styles and custom color shades are also available.

Full in-house paint service has been a point of pride for the French manufacturer since Cyfac began nearly 30 years ago.  With the new site, the commitment to realizing the best quality frame build and a finish to match steps up to a new level.  Once a color choice is made, the technicians and artisans at Cyfac’s Loire Valley home will then paint their customer’s dream frame, adding rider name/initials/personal logos and even the builders’ signatures if desired.

With more than 2 Million color combinations, Cyfac provides the cycling world’s most varied and advanced color selection tool and has the in-house skill to realize rolling works of art.

“We consider the frame finish as important as the build beneath it.  We use real paint, stencils instead of decals, and focus on realizing each client’s unique desires.” says Eric Sakalowsky, Cyfac’s co-owner and Sales/Marketing/Export director.

“Cyfac is all about the individual rider-client”, he continues.  “We build each frame one-at-a time and the paint process is designed to realize each customer’s own aesthetic tastes.  If someone was a discrete stealth racing machine or the flashiest touring bike ever made, we can deliver.”

The site will allows for an intuitive customer-led design process and is in French and English.  It can be accessed directly from Cyfac’s main site – – or at