Welcome!

TimberWolf Cycles was born out of Dave's desire to make a better road bike. It all started during a 3-month 6,000 km European cycling adventure in 2013, where he learned first hand what long distances do to both bike and rider.
Local Wood

Local Wood

Cedar, walnut, birch, and more are sourced from local providers and harvested in a sustainable way - we plant a tree for every bike sold. ​ Our location, spanning the Canadian shield, provides a wealth of resources and a place to call home for both our office, and our wood shop.

Performance

Performance

We make our bikes out of only the lightest, strongest, and most durable aircraft grade ply, wood, and materials. Using wood allows for a strong frame that dampens vibration for a smoother ride, while remaining equal to or lighter in weight than similar high-performance bikes.

Handmade

Handmade

Each bike is unique - no two pieces of wood are exactly the same - and each frame can be customized to your exact specifications. ​ We take pride in our work and lovingly bring each bike into being with a keen sense of detail, care, and our own two hands.

Our Story

Our Story

David Timan (founder and lead designer) learned first hand how vibrations can stress both bike frame and rider over long distances after cycling 6,000 km over 3 months in Europe. ​ He knew wood had natural damping properties that could deliver the power, strength, and lightweight properties of similar carbon frames, but be custom sized and beautifully crafted. Using his engineering background, his tenacious determination, and a lot of help from his friends, he has made this dream a reality! ​ We are a father and son team both pursuing our passion for engineering and our love of woodworking. Both of us are graduates of Queen's University at Kingston (Sci' 79 and Sci' 13) ​ Stop by, send us an email, or give us a call - we're always keen to meet fellow enthusiasts!We're passionate about cycling and delivering performance wooden road bikes that are beautifully handcrafted.

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