If the drop bar version of the Allroad is the "road cyclist's gravel bike", then this is definitely for the mountain bikers.
We took our Allroad AL frame and built it with an ENVE Gravel fork, Flat bars, a SRAM mullet groupset, and squeezed in the biggest 650b tires we could.
It's had us hootin' and hollerin' through our local backroads and flowy trails from the first ride.
For those looking to ride like a kid again, it's a time[warp] machine.
SRAM GX Eagle Groupset
- SRAM Level TL brake levers
- SRAM GX Eagle shifter
- SRAM Rival flat mount calipers
- SRAM GX Eagle rear derailleur
- SRAM Rival 1 Wide crankset - 40T
- SRAM XG-1275 Eagle cassette - 10-50T
- SRAM GX Eagle chain
- SRAM DUB BSA bottom bracket
- SRAM Paceline rotors - 160mm
- TruVativ Atmos 7K Flat Alloy handlebars
- Wolf Tooth Fat Paw grips - Black
- Zipp Service Course Stem
- Fizik Terra Argo X5 Saddle
Double butted 7005 aluminum frame
Aluminum seatpost clamp
Cane Creek 40 IS42/IS52 headset
Wolf Tooth 12mm (1.5 x 164mm) thru axle
BSA english threaded bottom bracket
Third water bottle cage mount
34.9mm front derailleur hanger size
Max chainring 50/35 double, 44 single
Max 700c tires = 40mm
Max 650b tires = 50mm
ENVE Gravel Disc
395mm axle to crown
ENVE thru axle
Dual-bolt clamp design
Frame = 1730 grams (Size 56)
Fork = 520 grams
Seatpost = 255 grams (300mm) / 275 grams (350mm)
Rider weight limit = 210 lb / 95 kg
Builds typically weigh 20 to 42 lbs depending on groupset, wheel, tire, and component choice.
We independently test to CPSC 1512 and ISO 4210 standards in Southern California and offer a 5 year warranty on aluminum frames, carbon forks, and carbon seatposts against manufacturer defects for the original owner.
We offer 8 sizes to fit you better, from ~ 5'0" to ~ 6'7".
For riders in between sizes, it is recommended that women size down and men size up.