A global bike manufacturer is moving its headquarters to Tulsa's Brady Arts District.
Oklahoma entrepreneurs Curtis Kline and Matt Graff bought LA-based Wabi Cycles which creates fixed gear and speed bikes for cyclists.
The two Tulsans who wanted to buy a bicycle company. They found an owner of a fixed gear bicycle manufacturer based in Los Angeles and turned it into Wabi Cycles.
Wabi Bicycles start at $750. The high-end bicycles are for anyone looking for a quick commute around town or a spin through the countryside.
They've been building bikes in Tulsa since June but held their grand opening Friday during the Brady Arts District Art Crawl.