U.S. Built Custom Bicycles in Titanium and Titanium-Carbon Mix
Seven Cycles, Inc. warrants the repair or replacement of Seven branded parts, including frames and components, due to defects in workmanship and/or materials subject to the following conditions:
Seven does not warrant frames or branded components against malfunctions or failures that result from abuse, neglect, improper maintenance, normal wear and tear, material fatigue, alteration, modification, improper assembly, use of parts not consistent with intended use, including electric motors of any sort, accident, competition, stunt riding, jumping, or commercial use.
In addition, Seven does not warrant frames or branded components if they have been altered in any way, including but not limited to such processes as welding, brazing, filing, polishing, drilling, bead blasting, anodizing, or through attempted repairs by any persons other than Seven.
Seven strongly recommends that you inspect your frame and components regularly for cracks, loose bolts, and corrosion. Do not ignore creaks, squeaks, or unusual performance characteristics such as handling anomalies. When in doubt, bring your bike to a professional bike mechanic for evaluation.
Seven strongly recommends that you have your bike checked and serviced by a professional bike mechanic at least annually.
All frames with carbon seat tubes require the use of front derailleur clamp shims provided by Seven Cycles. Failure to use the shims will void the frame’s warranty.
All frames with carbon seat stays are optimized for normal road riding conditions and not designed for fixed stationary trainers. Use of a stationary trainer with any clamping mechanism will void the frame’s warranty.
This is the only warranty provided by Seven on the products it fabricates. This warranty supersedes any and all other warranties expressed or implied by Seven or its agents, including warranties of fitness for particular purposes or merchantability.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which vary from state to state.