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The Arise is a genuine 'Swiss Army Knife' built with versatility in mind from the ground up. Keep it single speed or convert it with a full group-set like the Rad Pack did on their gravel Tour d'Iceland. Now in its third generation the Arise has been revised to further enhance that versatility. The updated geometry gives a better range of sizes, with top tube lengths getting a little shorter for a more comfortable reach. Thanks to a sliding dropout the chain stay lengths can be varied for different kinds of riding, a little longer for a more comfortable touring set up, or shorter for a more playful and nimble feel. The frame retains the 4130 tubing and the front triangle is butted and heat-treated for a better strength to weight ratio. The option to convert the Arise into 1x or 2x gearing has been retained thanks to the removable cable guides and derailleur hanger. The new Tektro RX5 v-brakes use a short pull system, to work better with STI shifters. Up front, the fork is now a little longer to further improve riding comfort and also with a longer trail for more stable handling. The fork blades now feature rack mounts, so setting up a low rider with panniers is easily done. There is also plenty of grip from the Continental 'Cyclocross Speed' tires, which roll fast and smooth on the road, but still have excellent grip on dirt trails.
From the moment we first unveiled the Arise we were overwhelmed by the response it got. The original concept for the bike was to be a simple low maintenance single speed bike that could be used for commuting through the week, and then taken on small adventures at the weekends. As we started to get more and more questions about how to convert or adapt the bike we saw it through a whole new light. The Arise is more like a blank canvas, bare, functional and practical in its natural state but with a bit of imagination it can be transformed into a master piece. So the concept of the bike evolved into something that is highly adaptable and now, in its 4th incarnation, this has been taken further. The addition of disc brakes, S-bend chain stays and a return to the threaded BB all hold a special purpose. The disc brakes provide improved braking especially in wet and muddy conditions, the S-bend chain stays offer clearance for road crank sets and the BB making maintenance that little bit easier.
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The new Romax Ultralight 7046 Al frameset makes our flagship cyclocross bike better than ever. Shimano 105 hydraulic road disc brakes, TRP full carbon fork, internal cable routing as well as Di2 ready, the Romax is adaptable and ready to rip.
Like the new Remo, the 650b Romulus get’s a new update, 42C Clement USH gravel tires on 650b wheels giving this Road Plus bike the versatility and speed to do almost anything! Rack it, fender it, take it out for a group ride or do a quick trip to your favourite lakeside campsite.
This is a full carbon cross frame that isn't messing around. Tuned for super responsive acceleration off start lines, through hole shots, out of hairpins and wherever else instantaneous speed is needed. Oh, and we added bottle cage bosses, cuz humans get thirsty. But forget cantilevers, this frameset is disc only. Not to mention light, smooth, responsive and thru-axle or quick release compatible. New 2018 models have Mavic's Speed release
A.D.D. Van Dessel may be the only bike company in the world to suggest you only need to own a single bike. But having pioneered the gravel/adventure bike realm (ahem, Country Road Bob, circa 2000) they know a thing or two about designing bikes with a tasty blend of performance, durability and versatility. It’s an idea the’ve pushed even further with the A.D.D. Road bike, CX bike, mountain bike, loaded touring/adventure bike—you can run 700 x 25–40mm road, CX or gravel tires, or switch up your wheels and run 27.5 x 2.1 MTB knobbies. There are also bosses for 3 bottle cages, eyelets for racks and fenders, weather-resistant cable routing, and dropout options for your wheel collection, all on a single high-performance 7005 series aluminum frame. - Disc brake only - 1 x drive train OR 2 x drive train compatible - Standard quick release or front & rear thru-axle compatible - Up to 27.5 x 2.25? tire clearance! Run just about any tire!
While you could race the Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, you’ll win more style points than cash. Comfort and stability took design precedence over high performance and low weight —the trade-off for a do-all geometry with a super smooth relaxed ride, and a penchant for having fun. The low standover and spacing to fit tires from 700 x 28 to 29 x 2.1 suit rough-road and off-road use. And the geometry gives you the option of flat bars or drops, and lets you slap on fenders and racks for long-range endeavors. You can even run a belt drive. And since it’s made from 4130 CrMo, it can take some knocks and not even flinch, which is perfect for adventure, cross country touring, monster cross, gravel grinders, and deflecting the insults of frustrated motorists as you commute faster than they do.
Taking the open road to the performance level, Devinci's new Hatchet is a trifecta of speed, stability, and intuitive response. Paired with a comfortable, compliant seat-stay, the combo provides an unbeatable feel on loose gravel. Adding to that expertise, the bike also has a stiff bottom bracket that enhances lateral rigidity, while its low placement improves a rider's center of gravity for better balance on and off the pavement. Relaxed head angles maximize stability. Longer top-tube geometry is balanced with a short stem for responsive handling. SRAM's 1 x 11-speed Force drivetrain delivers unbelievably fast, easy shifts, under any pedal load. Mavic's Aksium Disc wheels are the perfect pairing for this endurance machine, with climb-boosting low weight, and sprint-enhancing acceleration. They're wrapped in Maxxis Rambler 700 x 40c tires, so you're primed to pin every corner and curve, on- or off-road. Smooth, all-weather stopping power is provided by SRAM Force hydraulic road disc brakes. Top-notch details, like a Fizik Aliante saddle, KS Lev dropper post, as well as internal cable routing really make the Hatchet Carbon Force a standout.
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