Ummmm...nope. Knolly bikes are welded in Taiwan, same as almost every other top manufacturer including "boutique" brands like Yeti, Transition and Santa Cruz. Almost all carbon frames are fabricated in Taiwan or China too. Turner, Ellsworth and Intense aluminum offerings are still US, but their carbon bikes are Chinese/Taiwanese. I have read that DeVinci's carbon frames are actually made in Canada, but I'll bet the carbon itself is fabricated overseas. We like our environment here in the US and Canada. Bottom line is - Taiwanese workmanship is as good as the parent company is willing to oversee. And manufacturing carbon frames is not real healthy for the environment.