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201 8 It ’s hard to belie ve that Bombtr ac k is tur ning five years old , wel l I guess what the y say is tr ue, time flies when you’re having fun. As the br and first began with a f ocus on single speed and fixed gear freest y le bikes, it real l y f eels like things have come a long way in that time. The bikes have cer tainl y got more gears now, and quite a lot more complic ated, but our passion to produce bikes that we ’d lo ve to r ide and own oursel ves remains the goal. 2018 marks some signific ant de velopments in our r ange of bikes, perhaps the proudest of whic h is final l y releasing a women’s specific, steel fr amed road and CX bike. Mo ving from conversations, to dr awing boards these bikes have been in the works f or some time. Building on what we have lear ned o ver the past f e w years we are thr il led to see them final l y released, and c an’t wait to see them put into action.

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A R I S E The Ar ise was one of the first models f or Bombtr ac k, and since the ver y first version it has al way s been the most popular in the r ange. O ver the years the Ar ise has de veloped off spr ing, eac h more tailored in a specific direction, yet al way s retaining that fundamental ‘multi-purpose ’ c har acter istic. Ne w f or 2018 the Ar ise 1 br ings things bac k to where it al l star ted, a simple steel single speed, yet off er ing scope f or customisation. The Ar ise 2 is the most recog niz able bike of recent years, now ful l y matured and more than c apable from dail y tasks to weekend adventures. Featur ing our ver y own invest-c ast f ork crown, sliding dropouts and the option f or 650B tires, making it undoubted l y the most versatile bike in the r ange. Also ne w to the Ar ise famil y is the Tour, a long dis tance tourer ful l y equipped with lights, r ac ks and f enders al l set f or an adventure.

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The Ar ise 1 stay s faithful to the philosophy of keep it simple, and keep it single-speed. Built around a ful l cr mo fr ame with a double-butted front tr iangle and tapered seat and c hain stay s. Al l the c able routing pro visions are in place f or geared conversion, and c lear ance is available f or up to a pro-compact c hainset. Utilising a versatile geometr y means any task from commuting to CX r acing are al l wel l within the scope of this adaptable mac hine.

A R I SE 1 MAT T M ETALLIC 70 0 c

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Kenda ‘S mal l Bloc k-8’ tires 700x35c Tektro ‘ RX6’ mini v-br akes

Ful l 4130 cr mo fr ame, with double butted front tr iangle, down tube gusset and c able guides f or geared conversion

BT Bikes ‘ T itle ’ sealed hub with 11-speed c assette body and 17t heat treated cr mo cog

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Based around a double butted fr ame with heat-treated front tr iangle and tapered seat and c hain stay s the Ar ise 2 is a solid base ready f or any adaptation you could wish f or. Thanks to generous tire c lear ance and the disc br ake set up, e ven r unning 650B tires is an easy option. Now f eatur ing a narrow-wide 11-speed c hainr ing, making a 1x conversion e ven easier.

A R I SE 2 ME TALLIC 70 0 c

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BT Bikes ‘ TAF-19’ al loy cr ankset with 42t wide-narrow cnc c hainr ing

BT Bikes ‘Comp’ r ail sadd le and ‘612’ 27.2mm al loy seat post

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Ful l 4130 cr mo fr ame, with double butted and heat treated front tr iangle

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Based around a double butted fr ame with heat-treated front tr iangle and tapered seat and c hain stay s the Ar ise 2 is a solid base ready f or any adaptation you could wish f or. Thanks to generous tire c lear ance and the disc br ake set up, e ven r unning 650B tires is an easy option. Now f eatur ing a narrow-wide 11-speed c hainr ing, making a 1x conversion e ven easier.

A R I SE 2 B L A C K 70 0 c


BT Bikes ’T itle-Disc ’ ful l sealed, QR axle

Tektro ‘ RL-340’ br ake le vers

BT Bikes ‘CX-10’ flared hand lebar and ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy stem

BT Bikes ’T itle-Disc ’ ful l sealed, QR axle

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The Ar ise geared takes the base Ar ise fr ame into a ful l y commuter fr iend l y pac kage. The dur able ful l cr mo fr ame has a geometr y wel l suited f or cr uising the cit y streets. Components are c areful l y selected f or making dail y r ides al l the more comf or table. F itted with the S himano Nexus 8-speed hub, f enders, r ac k mounts, the Ar ise geared is ready to take on the ur ban jungle.

A R I SE GE ARED ME TALLIC G REY 70 0 c


BT Bikes ’T itle-Disc ’ ful l sealed, QR axle BT Bikes ‘O r igin-F lat ’ 6061T6 butted al loy hand lebar and ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy stem

BT Bikes ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy seat c lamp

S himano ‘ Nexus’ 8-speed inter nal geared disc hub.

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Although par t of the Ar ise r ange, the Ar ise Tour is based around a more tour ing specific geometr y. The longer wheelbase and increased f ork off set combine to pro vide greater stabilit y when r iding with heavy loads. Components are c areful l y selected f or a more tour ing specific pur pose as c an be seen with Tubus r ac ks and S uper no va lights connected to a S hutter Precision dy namo hub. These qualit y par ts are something of a dream kit list f or any r ider wishing to head off f or an adventure.

A R I SE T O UR MAT T M ETALLIC 70 0 c

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S himano ‘ T iagr a’ 10-speed with 11-32t c assette

S hutter Precision dy namo front hub with inter nal wire routing through f ork blade

Tubus ‘ L ogo Evo’ rear r ac k, with lower side r ails f or panniers

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S uper no va ‘ E3-P ure 3’ front light

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H O O K The Hook r ange has come a long way from the or iginal bike of 2015. O r iginal l y de veloped as a steel CX and gr avel bike from whic h now multi ple var iations have spawned. The Hook 1 remains c losest to the or iginal bike, with o versiz ed tubes welded into a multi-pur pose geometr y. The Hook 2 advanced things with the addition of thr u axles and utilizing the mountain bike der ived 1x dr ivetr ain from SRAM, and upgr aded tubing cour tesy of Columbus. Ne w f or 2018 the Hook WMN has been built from the ground up with women’s specific ergonomics in mind pro viding an opti miz ed sizing and component selection to off er a bike that fits like a glo ve. The Hook EXT took the Hook r ange a step fur ther, and pro ved to be a huge hit with r iders looking f or bigger tires in a gr avel bike pac kage. Ne w f or 2018 is a ful l c ar bon fiber version off er ing the same tire c learances, pro ven SRAM Rival-1 dr ivetr ain and anything c age ready. Gr avel r iding just got lighter!

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As the c losest relative to the or iginal Hook, the Hook 1 is real l y where it al l star ts. S tar t ing with a geometr y that is wel l balanced f or cross, gr avel or e ven eating up road miles, the Hook is ver y versatile, yet comf or table with whate ver task lies ahead. The o versiz ed down tube, BB30 shel l, and str aight head tube c lear l y show the Hook’s intentions as a dur able do-it-al l mac hine.

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Clement ‘ XP LOR-MSO’ 700x36c

BT Bikes ‘ T itle ’ ful l y sealed, 6-bolt QR disc hu

Ful l cr mo tubing, with double butted and heat treated front tr iangle

BT Bikes ‘CX-10’ flared hand leb ar and ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy stem

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The Hook 2 takes the pro ven Hook platf or m a step fur ther, with front and rear thr u-axles, double butted Columbus tubing and ful l c ar bon, f ender-ready f ork. Versatilit y has been retained not onl y in the geometr y but also with the rear r ac k and f ender mounts. The Hook 2 also f eatures the Q uarq Pr ime cr ankset, being power meter ready means upgr ading to these useful de vices is ver y str aight f or ward.

HO O K 2 ME TALLIC 70 0 c

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BT Bikes “CX-52” ful l c ar bon, 12mm thr u-axle, flat mount disc f ork

S c hwalbe ‘G-One-Al lround ’ 700x38c f olding tires

SRAM ‘ Rival-1’ long c age with 11–42t c assette

S el le S an Marco ‘S quadr a-S tar tup’

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As a br and-ne w addition f or 2018, the Hook WMN br ings the incredibl y c apable Hook f or mula into a women’s specific version. The geometr y has been ful l y re vised f or optimum bike fit across the r ange of siz es that e ven means 650b wheels on the smal lest siz e. The componentr y is also women specific, with the S el le S an Marco Er a Glamour sadd le, narrower hand lebars and shor ter stem.

HO O K WMN ME TALLIC WHITE X S 6 5 0 b / S-L 700c


T RP ‘S py re ’ flat mount disc c al li pers with 140mm rotors

BT Bikes ‘CX-10’ flared hand lebar and ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy stem

SRAM ‘ Rival-1’ long c age with 11-42t c assette

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BT Bikes ‘O r igin’ ful l sealed, 12mm thr u-axle hub

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The Hook AL is the r ace ready aluminum cross bike. Upgr aded f or 2018 with a ful l c ar bon fiber f ork, SRAM Apex hydr aulic br akes and wider r ange 11-42 c assette br inging ne w c apabilities to this now established r ace bike. Bet ween r aces the Hook AL c an be put to use in dail y duties thanks to integr ated rear r ac k and f ender mounts. W ho said you c an’t have per f or mance and pr ac tic alit y?

HO O K AL ME TALLIC 70 0 c

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BT Bikes ’T itle-Disc ’ ful l sealed, QR axle

SRAM ‘Apex-1’ with ‘ X-S y nc ’ 40t c hainr ing

BT Bikes ‘CX-10’ flared hand lebar and ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy stem

6061-T6 double butted al loy, f or med down tube with inter nal and Di2 routing.

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Introduced last year the Hook EXT was an instant hit thanks to its huge 2.1� tires combined with a refined gr avel geometr y. Now updated to 2018 the EXT f eatures ful l y enc losed Cable routing, ful l c ar bon fiber f ork with mounts f or f enders and any thing c ages. Versatilit y has been retained with the option of 2x set ups made possible thanks to the ne w invest-c ast c hain stay yoke.

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BT Bikes ‘CX-10’ flared hand lebar and ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy stem

BT Bikes ‘O r igin’ ful l sealed, 12mm thr u-axle hub

Monocoque c ar bon fiber, with f ender and any thing c age mounts

SRAM ‘ Rival-1’ long c age with 11-42t c assette

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As a br and-ne w model f or 2018 the Hook EXT-C builds on the success of the or iginal model but in a ful l c ar bon fiber f or mat. S ophistic ated c hain stay designs al low f or larger tires and a shor ter more agile hand ling. This solid and reliable SRAM Rival-1 dr ivetr ain in combination with the Hunt Adventure wheelset ensure the Hook keeps going when the going gets tough.

HO O K EX T-C MAT T B LA CK 65 0 b


SRAM ‘ Rival-1’ flat mount hydr aulic c al liper with 160mm rotor

BT Bikes ‘CX-10’ flared hand lebar and ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy stem

Monocoque c ar bon fiber, with any thing c age and f ender mounts

H O O K SRAM ‘ Rival-1’ with ‘ X-S y nc ’ 40t al loy c hainr ing

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B O M B T R A C K T R E A D L Y R A C I N G

O ver the last 2-3 years we ’ve been looking f or an oppor tunit y to work with some passionate Cyc locrossers and suppor t them through their r ace season. But f or one reason or another we ’ve ne ver been able to find the r ight fit f or Bombtr ac k’s bikes and br and. F inal l y it ’s al l fal len into place, with the recent grow th of the Austr alian CX scene we ’re excited to announce our suppor t f or Bombtr ac k Tread l y R acing. In par tnership with like-minded br ands suc h as MAAP c lothing, Chrome Industr ies, Pr axis Works, S c hwalbe, Nuun Hydr ation and the Adelaide based Tread l y Bike S hop. We ’re most excited that this diverse group of ladies & gents are a per f ect matc h f or our HO OK models and our br and in gener al. We met with Bombtr ac k Tread l y R acing team manager Jake Thomas to find out more about the vibe of their unique team.

I n t ro d u c e yo u r s e l f an d t he t e am a little bit: M y na m e ’s J a ke T h om a s a nd I ’m a jac k-o f-a l l -tr ad e s a t Tre ad l y B ike S hop in Ad e l a id e, Au s tr a l ia . I r u n a s muc h o f th e s h o p a s I c a n a nd ju m p in to th e wo rks h o p w h e n th ing s ge t o u t of h a n d ! T h e B om b tr ac k Tre ad l y R ac i n g te a m s ta r te d o u t ju s t a s a f e w o f u s w h o w a n te d to we a r th e s a m e t-s h i r t at S u m m e r Cro s s r ac e s f o r a b it o f fu n an d to m a ke u s tu r n u p a n d r ac e, a nd th i s ye a r h a s tu r ne d a l ittl e m o re s e r io u s w ith m o re o f u s c om m itting to m o re

r aci n g acros s the Nati on al S er i es . W hy C yc locross? C yc locros s i s s uc h a beas t of a s p or t - whi c h I thi n k i s e vi den t when you tr y to exp lai n what you’re doi n g to s om eon e who does n’t real l y get bi k es ! I t ’s k i n d of li k e m oun tai n bi k i n g, but you’re on es s en ti al l y j us t road bi k es , i n the mud. E s p eci al l y i n Aus tr ali a, ‘cros s i s boom i n g bec aus e i t ’s a s p or t that i s of ten held wi thi n r i di n g di s tan ce of m aj or ci ti es , you don’t real l y n eed al l that muc h gear or fi tn es s to tur n up an d r ace, an d bec aus e the lap s are p rett y s hor t n o m atter how s low or fas t you’re goi n g, you’re n e ver on your own f or too lon g out there! Ho w mu c h of t he appe al of ‘cross d o you t hin k is in t hat acce ssibilit y ? I t f eels li k e a lot of the ap p eal i s how eas y i t i s to tur n up an d r ace. We ’re getti n g 200+ r acer s at loc al r aces i n S outh Aus tr ali a an d V i ctor i a n ow, acros s 4 gr ades of M en an d 3 gr ades of Wom en , p lus J un i or s . T he Nati on al C ham p i ons hi p s that were j us t held here i n Adelai de had 250+ r acer s acros s a ful l r an ge of J un i or / M as ter s / E li te gr ades , an d i t was am az i n g to s ee s o m any tur n up to r ace i n p er f ect ‘cros s con di ti on s ( wet, wi n dy an d co vered i n mud!) . I t ’s great to s ee s o m any p eop le com e out an d j us t have a go at i t out of n owhere - an d the y get to s ay the y were i n the s am e r ace as the Nati on al C ham p i on ! T hat ’s the real m agi c of C X i n Aus tr ali a at the m om en t. It sou n d s like t he r acin g in Au st r alia is qu it e d if f e re n t t o t he r acin g you m ig ht wat c h in E u rope or A m e r ic a. Ho w d o you t hin k it d if f e rs? Oh m an , we watc h al l the r aci n g we c an from the E uro an d U S s eas on s o ver here. A l l the r aces that the y tele vi s e are s o p ro an d the r acer s are al l com p letel y m es m er i s i n g to watc h. T he top en d of our M en’s an d Wom en’s E li te r aces


“I A M A FIRM BEL IE V E R THAT P EOPLE O F A L L GENDERS S HO ULD BE R EP R ES E NTE D PROP ER LY I N S P O RT E V E RYWHE RE ...”

a re li ke that, wi th j u st i n cre di bl e sk i l l a nd p ower i t ’s beau t i f u l t o w a t c h, bu t t he rest o f the day i s p op u l a t e d w i t h e ver yone from A-gr ade cr i t r ace rs t r yin g thei r hand at ge t t i n g di r t y t o k i ds who’ve onl y been on t he bi k e a ha n df u l of ti mes in their li ve s - a n d i t ’s a g re a t d ay o ut f o r e ver yon e. C X i n Au st r a l i a i s

so we l c om in g a n d s u ppo r tive a c om mun i t y, a nd I ’m s u re th a t ’s th e c a s e a t th e bi g ge r inte r n a tiona l r ac e s , it ’s ju s t th a t i t doe s n’t ge t te l e v is e d a n d we d on’t s e e it! T h e te am i s hal f m e n an d hal f wo m e n , h o w i m p o r t an t i s t hat t o yo u ? I t ’s p e r h a ps th e m o s t im po r ta nt pa r t of r u n ning th e te a m , f o r m e. I a m a fi r m be l ie ve r th a t pe o pl e o f a l l ge nde rs sh o u l d b e re pre s e nte d pro pe r l y in sp or t e ve r y w h e re, a n d s o w h e n I h a ve t he p owe r to h e l p th a t o u t it ’s a no br a i n e r to m a ke s u re I ’ve go t wom e n on t he te a m . Ac tu a l l y, w ith one g u y o u t w i t h i nju r y f o r th e w h o l e s e a s on from t he l oc a l te a m , th e g ir l s o u tn u m b e r th e g u y s n ow. S e e in g th e n u m b e r o f wom e n r aci n g h e re a t o u r l o c a l ro u n d s a n d a rou n d th e c o u n tr y is e xc e l l e n t, a n d it ’s on l y g row ing e ve r y r ac e !

Yo u m e n t i o n e d a l o c al t e am. W hat ’s t hat ab o u t ? We l l th e te a m is s pl it into t wo - there a re 7 r id e r s on th e Na tion a l Team w h o’ve c om m itte d to r ac ing the Nationa l S e r ie s a n d m a king s u re we have nu m b e r s a t r ac e s in B r is b a n e ( 2200k m a w ay from Ad e l a id e ! ) , B r ig ht ( 900k m ) a nd M e l b o u r ne ( 7 0 0 km ) , a nd 3 m ore r id e r s w h o c on tin u e d th e ir s p on s or s hi p o ve r from th e Tre ad l y CX team las t year to r ac e th e S A S ta te S e r ie s here f or B om b tr ac k Tre ad l y R ac ing. I t ’s real l y fu n to h a ve s o m a ny r id e r s on the team o u t a n d a b o u t in th e te a m ki t at r aces , e ve n if it is a h e ad ac h e to o r gan i s e s om e tim e s ! H o w d i d yo u r re l at i o n s hi p wit h Bom bt r ac k c o m e ab o u t ? Tre ad l y h a s a re a l l y g re a t relati on s hi p w ith th e Au s tr a l ia n im po r ter f or B om btr ac k ( L in k S po r ts ) , a n d we thought th a t CX r ac in g wo u l d b e a real l y great w ay to s h o u t from th e ro o f t op s about th e s e b ike s th a t BT are m akin g, s o to s pe a k. I t j us t m ade s e n s e to u s to ge t as m any pe o pl e r id in g B om btr ac k s at th e r ac e s a s we c o uld to tr y a nd l e t o th e r pe o ple k n ow th a t th e re w a s th is li ttle b r a n d m a king re a l l y cool b ike s th a t c o u l d d o j us t as we l l a s a ny o f th e bi g br an ds , a nd B om b tr ac k l ik ed the i dea a nd r a n w ith it! W ho are s o m e o f you r ot he r sponsors? We we re re a l l y l u c k y thi s year to h a ve th e s u ppor t of M A A P Appa re l f o r o u r r ace s k i n s ui ts , Ch rom e In d u s tr ie s f or bags , s h o e s a nd o ff-c o u r s e ap p arel, S c h w a l b e f o r t y res , Pr axi s Wo rks f o r c r a n ks , B B s an d c h a inr in g s , a l o c a l p i z z a p lace Tony Tom a to e s ( i f you’re e ver in Ad e l a id e, m a ke s ure you ge t a T T piz z a ! ) , an d NU U N

H ydr ati on to k eep our electrol y tes ! W hat c an we e xpe ct t o se e in t he f u t u re ? We ’ve got bi g p lan s f or the 2018 s eas on already! T here ’s s o muc h excel len t r aci n g that goes on aroun d the coun tr y, we ’re j us t goi n g to tr y an d get out to as m any of them an d hop eful l y s coop up s om e m ore r ace wi n s an d s er i es leads to add to the trophy c abi n et! W hat ’s you r f avou r it e bike f rom t his ye ar ’s c at alog ? I real l y lo ve the look of the EXT- C . I ’m actual l y thi n k i n g about tr y i n g i t out as a r ace bi k e n ext year - I rec k on i t would gi ve the H ook A L a r un f or i t ’s m on e y wi th a s et of 33c tubular s on there! Actual l y, the B e yon d + 2 m i ght j us t be a m ore fun bi k e than any thi n g els e i n the li n eup - i ts cer tai n l y the bi k e I wan t the m os t! W he re c an we f in d t he t e am ? I f you haven’t yet, f ol low us on I n s tagr am ( @bom btr ac k tread l y r aci n g) , li k e us on Facebook ( B om btr ac k Tread l y R aci n g) , or e ven f ol low m y p er s on al c han n el @li lbi k en erd - an d k eep up to date wi th the lates t BT R n e ws at bom btr ac k tread l y r aci n g.com . I f you wan t to s up p or t us by buy i n g a c ap or on e of the las t BT R s k i n s ui ts f or thi s year, em ai l m e at j ak e@tread l y bi k es hop.com .au an d I ’ l l s or t you out!

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B E Y O N D W hen the dail y gr ind it ’s getting too muc h and the lure of adventure becomes o ver whelm ing, the Be yond is the bike to take you on that jour ne y. T he Be yond 1 is the per f ect star ting point f or adventure. This 29er adventure tourer is built from Columbus double-butted Cromor tubing, selected f or its balance of light weight and dur abilit y. S har ing this platf or m the Beyond XP D is a tr ue expedition mac hine, thanks to it ’s front and rear r ac ks, dy namo hubs and S uper no va lights. If the dream is to go fur ther off the beaten tr ac k then it is with the plus siz e tires of the Be yond+ and ne w Be yond+ADV that have this co vered. Incredible gr ip and offroad c apabilit y whilst c arr y ing a heavy load are what these bikes were built f or.

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Ever y jour ne y has a beginning, and no matter the destination, the Be yond 1 has what it takes to get you there. Designed with versatilit y in mind the Be yond has al l the mounting points you could wish f or, ful l y loaded with r ac ks and f enders, or a light weight set of fr ame bags is al l that is needed to take you on your way.

B E YO ND 1 MAT T M ETALLIC BLUE X S - S 2 7 . 5� / M-X L 2 9�


BT Bikes ‘ T itle-Disc ’ ful l y sealed, 12mm thr u-axle with 11-36t c assette

Columbus double butted t ubing, top tube with direct mount ‘fuel tank’ bag Investment c asted dropout with integr at ed c al liper mounts

B E Y O N D SRAM ‘ X5’ 10-speed with 42/28t c hainr ings

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Aimed more specific al l y f or r iders looking f or long distance trekking, wel l off the beaten tr ac k The Be yond XP D is something of a dream set up. The loading c apacit y is taken c are of by expedition gr ade Tubus r ac ks, al loy f enders, SP dynamo hub and S uper no va lights tr ansf or m this Be yond into the ultimate adventure mac hine.

B E YO ND X PD MAT T M ETALLIC G REY X S - S 2 7 . 5� / M-X L 2 9�


S uper no va ‘ E3-P ure 3’ front light powered from an S hutter Precision dy namo hub BT Bikes ‘ Be yond ’ 22° flared hand lebar and 17° f orged al loy stem

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S hutter Precision ‘ P D-8X ’ dy namo hub with inter nal wire routing through f ork blade

T RP ‘S py re ’ post mount dual action c al liper disc br akes, with 160mm rotor

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W ith the first protot y pe breaking sur face in 2015, the Beyond+ has come a long way and pro ven itself c apable in the toughest of environments. Utilising the 27.5+ wheel platf or m means this bike has end less amounts of gr ip, per f ect f or tec hnic al c limbs and descents. The robust 4130 double-butted cr mo fr ame is built to a geometr y designed f or stable bike pac king yet play ful and livel y once the bags are off.

B E YO ND+ 1 MAT T M ETALLIC 27 . 5 � +

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SRAM ‘ NX ’ 24mm GXP with 30t X-S y nc c hainr ing

SRAM ‘ L e vel T L’ hydr aulic disc br akes with 180mm front and 160mm rear rotors.

4130 double butted cr mo tubing, eccentr ic butted down tube and top tube gusset

BT Bikes ‘ Tr ail ’ ful l y sealed boost 148, disc hub

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The Be yond+2 builds on the established boosted fr ame, and utiliz es SRAM ’s latest 12-speed Eagle tec hnolog y. The Be yond+2 c an cr awl e ven the steepest of c limbs, a tr ue blessing when loaded up with bikepac king gear. Up front the c ar bon monocoque f ork helps shed some weight and also pro vides mounting points f or any thing c ages, and inter nal routing f or a dy namo hub.

B E YO ND+ 2 MAT T M ETALLIC 27 . 5 � +

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W T B ‘ Tr ailblaz er ’ 27.5”x2.8” TCS c asing

‘ Be yond+’ monocoque c ar bon, with any thing c age mounts and inter nal dy namo c able routing

S eat tube with stealth dropper post c able exit

SRAM ‘GX-Eagle ’ 12-speed, with ‘ XG-1275’ 1050t c assette

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Carr y ing on from the success of the or iginal Be yond+, the ADV tr ul y advances things to the next le vel. Featur ing massive 29+ wheels, its abilit y o ver rough terr ain is hard to belie ve. This monster tr uc k of a bikepac king r ig also employ s SRAM ’s Eagle 12-speed tec hnolog y with a massive r anging 10-50t c assette. The Jones ‘ L oop’ hand lebar was specific al l y de veloped f or off er ing comf or t and control on longer off-road tr ips and so is the perf ect c herr y on top of our latest bikepac ker.

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W T B ‘S cr aper ’ i45 double wal l slee ved r im with W T B ‘ R anger ’ 29x3.0” tires

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Instagr am has opened up the wor ld to many wild adventures and stor ies that e ven ten years ago we would ne ver have heard about - except f or may be in the tr avel section at the book shop. Now a quic k swipe down on your f eed wil l br ing a r af t of images from inspir ing people around the wor ld. W hen it comes to bikepac king adventures Fr anzi & Jona from “ Tales on Ty res” are probabl y t wo of the most prominent adventurers in the scene at the moment. Their br ave approac h to live on their bikes and repor t en-route of some of the most outstanding and remote loc ations around the wor ld has fascinated us. We were constantl y refreshing our Instagr am f eed, eager l y awaiting their next exciting stor y and simpl y jaw-dropping photogr aphy that has reac hed almost e ver y continent. Not onl y that, but the y have given some ver y unique insights into lif e on the road, and cultures that many of us would ne ver get a c hance to exper ience oursel ves through their blog www.tales-on-t y res. com. Most recentl y, their video “ Riding the Baja Divide ” hit the inter net at the star t of 2017 and created a huge buzz as the c yc ling wor ld begun to disco ver this daunting, but re warding route through Mexico. Now, after living on their bikes f or the last five years, the y have decided to retur n home. But f or how

long? And where are the y actual l y from? Is that real l y home? Their wealth of exper iences is reason enough to meet them…

We ’ve he ard t he n am e “ Tal e s O n Ty re s” f loat in g abou t t he wor ld wid e we b f or q u i t e a whi l e n o w. W ho are yo u an d whe re are you f rom ? We a re Fr a nz i a n d J ona from H a m bur g i n G er m any. I n 2012 we q ui t our j obs an d l e f t e ve r y th ing b e h in d to e xpl o re t he wor ld. We bac k p ac k ed acros s I n di a an d Nep al f o r a w h il e b u t s o on re a l is e d th a t we weren’t en j oy i n g i t. I n s earc h of alter n ati ve w ay s to tr a ve l , th e id e a to r id e b ic yc les acros s coun tr i es an d con ti n en ts s eem ed te m pting. S o we g a ve it a tr y. O u r fi r s t tour took us from the an ci en t ci ti es of Ir an to the wi de op en coun tr y of M on goli a an d i t i s fai r to s ay we f el l i n lo ve wi th thi s f or m of tr avel. A f ter that j our n e y we work ed f or a whi le to fi n an ce our n ext j our n e y, z i g- z aggi n g acros s the

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Amer i c as, whic h took u s 1 .5 ye a rs f rom Alaska to Chi le. T hrough your t r a vel s, w h i c h c o unt r y, p eople or area did yo u enj o y th e mo st – and why? It i s i mp o ssi ble to p i c k a f a vou r i t e. The beaut y o f tr ave l i s t he di ve rsi t y you exp er ience alon g t he j ou r n e y. Eac h c ountr y and culture a re di st i n ct i vel y diff erent and in t e re st i n g f or t he i r d iff erences, i t i s ha rd t o comp a re t he m. For us, Ir an was a cou n t r y w hi c h made it ver y easy f o r us t o e n g u l f ou rse l ve s i n a to tal l y di ff erent cu l t u re. We we re con st antl y i nvited into p e op l e ’s home s a n d t he y were ver y o p e n t o sha re t he i r l i ve s. On the o ther hand , i n S ou t h Ame r i c a , we f elt the p eo p le we re more re se r ve d a nd i t to ok m o re e f f or t t o re a l l y e n g a ge with them. But the se a re t he l i t t l e det ails whi c h m ake tr a ve l i n g so i n t e re stin g, to o bser ve and se e a l l t he di ve rsi t y of culture li f est y le w i t h op e n e ye s a n d a n o p en hear t. W hen did you ha ve yo ur fi r st b i ke t r i p, and were you in t o c yc l i ng b ef o re yo u st ar t ed t he Tal es O n Ty res ad vent ure? We di d com mute arou n d t he ci t y a n d t o wo rk but we had n e ve r r i dde n l on g d istances bef o re. S o t he r i de f rom Ir a n t o Mongo lia was o u r fi rst ma j or t r i p by bi ke. Howe ver we ’ve l e a r n t t ha t you

don’t n e c e s s a r il y n e e d t o h a ve a l o t of c yc ling e xpe r i e n ce to e n joy l on g - dis ta nc e b ike t r a ve l , b e c a u s e w he n yo u tr a ve l by bi c yc l e th e c h a l l e n ge a nd re w a rd i s g re a te r th a n ju s t t he act o f r id in g a bi k e. W h il e it mi g ht s e e m l ike th e bi g ge st c h a l l e nge, t he f u n ny th ing is , phy si c al l y pu s hi n g t ho s e pe d a l s e ve r yday m ig h t b e t he e a s ie s t ta s k on a bi k e to u r ing tr ip. You ge t s tronge r e ve r y d ay, it m ig h t st a r t with 5 0 km s

a day, but you c an s lowl y bui ld on that. T he bi gges t c hal len ges are other on es . W hat are t he c halle n ge s on su c h a lon g d ist an ce t r ip? Tr aveli n g by bi k e m ean s you are al way s exp os ed. T here i s n o f or m of p rotecti on or s epar ati on from your s ur roun di n gs . I t c an be the weather, the p eop le or any other di ffi cult s i tuati on you m i ght n or m al l y be able to s helter from – deali n g wi th thos e p roblem s head on i s a n ecess i t y of li f e on the road. I t ’s i m p or tan t to fi n d s tr ategi es to deal wi th your own em oti on s an d di s com f or ts . An d that i s defi n i tel y the bi gges t c hallen ge at ti m es . You n eed to lo ve li f e on the bi k e, wi th al l i ts up an d down s an d the ci rcum s tan ces that f orce you to p us h be yon d your com f or t z on e. Ho w d id you com e in con t act wit h Bom bt r ac k? I t was half way acros s the U SA that we reali s ed that we wan ted to s wi tc h from our c las s i c tour i n g s etup to a bi k ep ac k i n g r i g. We were ti red of j us t

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r id ing on p avem ent, shar i n g roads w i t h c a rs a n d we w a n t e d to e xpl o re m o re re m o te areas we were r i ding throu g h, n ot t o be he l d bac k by ou r b ike s a n d l u g g a ge. T h is is wh en we c am e acro ss the ‘ B e yon d P l u s’ f rom B ombt r ac k . T h e tim in g w a s pe r f e c t a s we ma naged to m eet the B ombt r ac k C re w a t t he I n t e r bi k e tr ad e s h ow in L a s Ve g a s . Th ere we had the o p p o r tu n i t y t o t a l k a n d c he c k ou t t he i r b ike s , s o on a f te r we were rol ling o ut o f Vegas on ou r n e w B e yon d P l u s bi k e s. Ne e d l e s s to s ay, we we re amaz ed by their sup p o r tive a n d e a ge r a t t i t u de s. Af te r be in g on t he road f o r so l o ng w h a t h a s mad e yo u c o m e b ac k t o Ge r m any ? For th e last five year s, we ha ve be e n t r a ve l i n g across t he wo r l d - w h ic h s o u nd s l ike an ab s olu te dream to m any p e op l e, a n d i n de e d, i t ha s be e n. We a re s u pe r g r a te fu l f o r a l l the amaz ing exp er i e n ce s a n d me mor i e s we ha ve be e n a b l e to m a ke in th a t t ime. H owe ver, al l o f that ha s n ot come w i t hou t some sacr ific e s . W h e n yo u a re al w ay s on the m o ve yo u ha ve t o g i ve u p a ma ny t hi n g s. O u r fr ie n d s a re a l w ay s fa r away, we constantl y m eet p e op l e a n d ha ve t o say ‘Goodbye ’ a g a in, th a t c a n b e e m ot iona l l y dr aining. E ver y thi n g we had bu i l t , we wou l d ha ve to te a r d ow n a g a in. Af te r al l t h is time on the ro ad, we f e l t l i k e we we re cr a v i n g a p l ac e w h e re we c a n w a tc h t h ings grow and establish a su st a i n a bl e l i f e f or t he f u t u re.

A re n’t yo u af r aid o f n o t b e i n g able t o ac c l i m at i s e t o d ai l y, re p e at i n g r hy t hm o f “n o r m al ” l i f e ? W i l l yo u m iss l i f e o n a b i k e, if so, w hat d o yo u t hin k w i l l yo u m i s s m ost ? W h e n we l e f t G e r m a ny in 2 012, we kne w th a t we d id n o t w a nt to h a ve a ‘no r m a l li f e ’ b u t we d id n o t kn ow w h a t o u r n e w l if e wo u l d l o ok l ike. M ay b e that is w hy we d e c i ded to tr a ve l . To s ee, l e a r n a nd e xpl ore a nd m ay b e fin d our ow n a ns we r s a l on g th e w ay. And we d id . Now th a t we a re c om ing b ac k , we c a n f e e l m ore c onfid e n t th a n e ver th a t o u r a ttitude tow a rd s l if e h as n ot c h a n ge d . We have f o r m e d a b e tte r id e a o f h ow we w a nt to l ive. S o fa r we pl a n to b u il d a s u s ta in a b l e l if e a ro un d a ‘ T iny H o u s e ’ in th e c o u n tr y s id e, m ay be g row s om e ve g g ie s a n d tr y to b e in tun e w ith o u r s u r ro u nd in g s a n d n a tu re. We s til l v a l u e e xpe r ie n c e s m o re th a n havi n g l o ts o f m on e y. S o c yc l ing w il l c onti n ue to pl ay a n im po r ta nt pa r t in o u r l ives , e s pe c ia l l y a s we e xpl o re s om e o f the b ike pac kin g ro u te s th ro u g h o u t E u rop e. W hat d o yo u t hi n k wi l l yo u m i s s m ost ? T h a t is e a s y to a ns we r. We b o th a b s ol u te l y l o ve to b e o u ts id e a nd c a m pin g h a s a l w ay s b e e n one o f o u r fa vo r ite pa r ts o f tr a ve l in g by b ike. In th e future we w il l pro b a b l y s pe nd m o s t o f o u r ti m e s l e e pin g ind o o r s l ike m o s t pe o pl e d o. T h a t w il l b e d iffic u l t. We a re go in g to m a ke a n e ff o r t in th e fu tu re to ‘e s c ap e ’

e ver y n ow an d then bac k i n to the n ature an d al l the c hal len ges an d exci tem en t that br i n gs . W hat was you r act u al j ob be f ore le avin g an d e xplor in g t he g lobe an d wil l you go bac k t o t he sam e whe n you re t u r n hom e ? J on a i s a c abi n et m ak er an d hi s p as s i on f or wood an d q uali t y woodwork goes a lon g way. Fr an z i work ed as a photogr apher an d s he i s eq ual l y p as s i on ate about i t. We both hop e to com bi n e our work , wi th our lo ve f or the outdoor s an d c yc li n g i n the future. We hop e to i n s p i re other s to tr avel by bi k e an d s p en d m ore ti m e outdoor s i n gen er al, but es p eci al l y whi le bi k ep ac k i n g. H op eful l y we c an help other s p rep are f or lon ger tr i p s li k e the on e we have don e. T hi s way we would li k e to m ak e i t eas i er f or p eop le to un ders tan d that you don’t n eed al l the gear, fi tn es s , cour age or res i li en ce s om e p eop le beli e ve you n eed to go on s uc h an adven ture – i t ’s a lot les s s c ar y than you would thi n k . W hic h plat f or m s c an we st ay in t ou c h wit h you on as you approac h t his n e xt j ou r n e y ? We ’re n ot p lan n i n g on s top p i n g c yc li n g yet! S o we wi l l k eep our webs i te ‘ Tales O n Ty res ’ r un n i n g s o we c an s hare photos , s tor i es an d gear re vi e ws . B ut we als o p lan to bui ld a p latf or m f or s har i n g our n e w adven ture of bui ldi n g a ‘ T i ny H om e ’ an d li vi n g a s us tai n able an d con s ci ous li f es t y le. For p eop le who are i n teres ted i n that, we wi l l m ak e s ure to s hare the detai ls through ‘ Tales O n Ty res ’ .

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T E M P E S T The Tempest r ange has been tr ansf or med f or 2018. S tr iking gr aphics, f ocused geometr y and the addition of a c ar bon and women’s specific model reflect the essence of moder n road c y c ling. Although utilizing steel f or it ’s fr ame, the Tempest is tr ul y a contempor ar y road bike. L ooking c losel y, the tapered head tube, thr u-axles and flat mount disc br akes are al l incor por ated into this tr ue mac hine of today. Now exc lusivel y in disc br ake f or m, the Tem pest has been shar pened with ne w cr iter ium der ived geometr y, ref ocused and more aggressive. Carr y ing on this repur posing, the Tempest WMN br ings the c lassic-meets-moder n into a women’s specific version. Utilising components and adjusted geometr y to ensure the most nat ur al r ide and instinctive f eel. The Tempest-C c arr ies the spir it of its steel siblings into a tr ul y futur istic f or m. More akin to a sci-fi spaceship than a bike, this is one t wo-wheeled sculpture demanding c loser inspection and a tur n of the pedals.

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The Tempest has al way s flown the flag f or steel road bikes, but from its first inception this bike was far from ‘tr aditional ’. The Columbus double butted tubing is selected in diameters to produce an ultr a stiff fr ame that c an retain a super b r ide thanks to the inherent dampening c har acter istics of the mater ial. Coming equipped with S himano’s 105 groupset and DT S wiss P1800 wheelset the Tempest year ns f or more than a c af é r ide!

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BT Bike s ‘ RD-53’ ful l c ar bon f ork, with 12mm thr u-axle and inter nal c able routing

DT S wiss ‘ P1800 S pline DB 23’ ful l y sealed, 24 str aight pul l spoke

Investment c asted dropout with integr ated flat mount disc and 12mm thr u-axle

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The Tempest WMN is a br and ne w model f or 2018. Built from Columbus Cromor tubing with c areful l y selected profiles to br ing together a fr ame whic h is stiff and responsive, yet light and easy to place where you want it. This base inspires confidence in r iding fast, holding tighter lines through cor ners and putting the power down when needed. The S himano 105 groupset pro vides smooth eff or tless shif ting and the DT S wiss P1800 wheels ensure the power through the pedals is efficientl y dr iving you f orward. Components suc h as the S el le S an Marco Er a-Glamour sadd le, narrower bars and shor ter stems are c hosen to provide a women’s specific fit, ensur ing the bike r ides as good as it looks.

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BT Bikes ‘Aeon’ 6061T6 double-butted al loy bar with ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy stem

S el le S an Marco ‘ Eva Glamour S tar tUp’ women’s specific shape

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Columbus ‘Cromor ’ tubing, double butted front tr iangle with Di2 inter nal routing

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The molded high-modulus c arbon fr ame f eatures an optimised layup producing a r ide that is stiff and strong where it ’s needed, yet al lows flex where it ’s wanted. S culpted f or a f or m that f ol lows function, whilst al way s maintaining that balance bet ween per f or mance, stiffness and compliance. The Tempest-C employ s the S himano U ltegr a groupset, f or the smoothest of shif ting, and rol ls eff or tlessl y thanks to the stunning DT S wiss P R1600 S pline wheelset.

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S quare section c hain stay s f or optimum stiffness, and f eatur ing inter nal c able routing

Tor ay “ T700/T800” Hi-Mod c ar bon selectivel y layered f or op timum weight and stiffness

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A U D A X O r iginal l y conceived as a more tr aditional road tourer the Audax has been tr ansf or med into a vision f or moder n endur ance road r id ing. The st ar ting point f or the ne w direction was switc hing the wheel platf or m from 700c to the road-plus 650b. Thanks to the incredibl y smooth rol ling Hunt Adventure disc wheels used in combination with the W T B Hor iz on TCS tires the Audax just eats up the miles. For long distan ce r iding, steel is undoubted l y the best mater ial f or the job. Its natur al resonance dampens road buzz and produces a r ide so com pliant that it ’s more akin to floating than rol ling. The geometr y has been re vised f or a less tour ing and more spor tive r iding position. S uc h geometr y required shor ter c hainstay s whilst retaining tire and c hainr ing c lear ance the result of these factors led to the de velopment of our custom yoke, a standout f eature on this incredible bike.

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Gone, are the tr aditional 700c wheels in favor of the more compliant and equal l y fast 650B Adventure disc wheels cour tesy of Hunt. The Audax uses components selected f or per f or mance but with the solid reliabilit y required f or endurance r acing. The S himano 105 is a tr ue benc hmark f or any groupset and here on the Audax it keeps things rol ling efficientl y whilst the T RP mec hanic al disc br akes pro vide plent y of power to slow things down whene ver needed.

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Columbus ‘Cromor ’ tubing, double butted front tr iangle with inter nal br ake routing

BT Bikes “ EXT ” ful l c ar bon, TA disc f ork, with tr iple c age mounts

BT Bikes “CX-10” 6061-T6 butted al loy, 10° flared drop bar and ‘O rigin’ f orged al loy stem

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F I L M S The videos documenting our bikes on our V imeo and YouTube c hannels are becoming a ke y pil lar of explaining our br and ’s c har acter and the adventures we want our bikes to take their owners on. You might realise that behind most of our recent video c lips there ’s a S lo venian duo named “OSM F ilms”. Their c lips have gained a lot respect and recognition on s ocial media and broader media, from both the c yc ling communit y and respected film makers. The qualit y of the content, the way the stor ies dr aw the vie wer in and the tec hnic al excel lence of the production are al l a testament to the skil l and exper ience of T ina and Blaž.

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W h o i s OSM F i l m s e x ac t l y, an d w he re a re yo u fro m? OSM fi l ms i s a b o u tiqu e v id e o pro d u ct i on comp a ny from L ju b l ja n a , S l o ve n ia . OSM i s p ron o u nc e d a s ‘a we s om e ’ in En g l i sh, bu t i t a l s o m e a n s nu m b e r 8 in S l o ve n i a n sl a ng. M a king a fil m a l w ay s re q u i re s a t e a m , w h ic h is w hy we a l s o work w i t h ot h e r c re a tive s , in c l u d ing Ma rk o Š a j n , wh o w a s re s pons ib l e f o r some of t he g r a ph ic s on th e B om b tr ac k fi l ms. Howe ve r, a t th e h e a r t o f th e OSM t e a m i s u s , T in a & B l a ž . O ve r t he l a st c o u pl e o f ye a r s th e re h a s be e n a st e ady s tre a m o f O S M v id e o s f o r B ombt r ac k . T h e s e v id e o s h a ve f o c u s e d on t he u n i q u e c h a r ac te r o f th e b ike s a n d t he t y p e s o f r id ing th e y ’re o f te n i nvol ve d i n . Are yo u i nto c yc l i n g as we l l an d ho w d eep i s yo ur in t e re s t i n t o b i k e s ? C re a t i n g bi k e fil m s - e s pe c ia l l y d o cu me n t a r i e s - h a s b e e n a d re a m c om e t r u e. W he n we m e t, I w a s wo rking on a p e rson a l p ro je c t – a mu s ic d o c u m e nt a r y a n d B l a ž h e l pe d m e a l o t w ith th e fi l mi n g. We so on re a l is e d fil m w a s o u r

l a n g u a ge, s om e th ing we l o ve d to c ommu n ic a te w ith . T h e b ike th ing ac tu a l l y c a m e a b o u t ver y o r g a n ic a l l y. B l a ž h ad b e e n r id ing f or ye a r s a s a d ow n h il l e r, h e w a s a l w ay s a ve r y ke e n c yc l is t a nd h e a v il y invo l ved in th e d ow nh il l s c e n e. I h e l pe d h im fi lm a f e w d ow nh il l e ve n ts , b u t th e re was a l w ay s a v is ion f o r a m o re m e a ning ful s to r y we c o u l d d o w ith in th e c yc l in g s c e ne. S o on e d ay we ju s t s ta r te d ta l kin g a b o u t m a kin g o u r ow n b ike fil m w ith a mu c h m o re f o c u s e d v is i on a nd s to r y b e h in d it. T h e re ’s a l w ay s a d e e pe r, m o re inte re s tin g s to r y in e ver y s po r t o u ts id e o f th e re g u l a r f e a ts of e n d u r a n c e o r s tre ng th we s e e on T V. We w a nte d to e xpl o re a nd s h ow a b e a ut y o f it, a c onn e c tion b e t we e n th e r id er, th e ir b ike a nd th e e nv ironm e n t, in thi s c a s e. T h is is w h a t we w a n t to d is c o ver w ith e ve r y fil m , no m a tte r th e ge nre or s u b je c t m a tte r. W hat i s yo u r i n t e n t i o n s whe n c o ve ri n g an e ve n t – w hat d o yo u p ay m o st at t e n t i o n t o ? We a l w ay s w a n t to g ive m o re th a n our b e s t to it. T h is m e a n s we a re inc redi bl y pic ky, e s pe c ia l l y in th e po s t pro d u cti on pro c e s s w h e re we o f te n s tu m b l e u p on e ve n m o re id e a s . B u t th e re is a l o t to ta ke in ( a n d to g ive u p) b e f o re th e p os t pro d u c tion pro c e s s b e g in s , w h ic h is why we c on s ta ntl y f o l l ow tre n d s a n d inn ov a tion s in fil m in g, we re ad a l o t a nd tr y to e d u c a te o u r s e l ve s on th e n e wes t in no v a tions a n d te c h n iqu e s . O n e o f th e m o s t im po r ta n t th ing s f or u s is to find th e m o s t e ng a g ing s to r y. If yo u s tr ive to go d e e pe r into th e s oul o f a c yc l in g e ve nt, yo u g a in a n id e a m a ny th in g s th a t c o u l d b e a pa r t o f the s to r y. We l o ve to e xpl o re th e d e ta ils a nd pie c e s o f th e s to r y, b u t on th e other h a n d , we a l w ay s s tr ive f o r b e a u tiful, e m o tiona l , a tm o s ph e r ic a nd c ine m ati c s h o ts o f e ve r y th ing th a t ’s o c c u r s wi thi n th e fr a m e ; th e s e a re t wo th in g s we p ay th e m o s t a tte ntion on .

Ho w d o you m an age t o c hase t he r id e rs, as se ve r al of you r d ocu m e n t ar ie s have co ve re d mu lt i-d ay r ace s? It ’s n ot n e ce ssar il y e asy an d I im ag in e it ’s qu it e an e f f or t t o hu n t f or t he pe r f e ct shot . Ho w d o you m an age it ? We have gotten us ed to the i n e vi tabl y n om adi c li f e of fi lm i n g docum en tar y s t y le vi deos . We li k e to thi n k we ’re adven turer s at hear t an d we have fal len i n lo ve wi th what we do an d al l of the exp er i en ces an d c hal len ges that com e alon g wi th that. For tun atel y, we have a p rett y bi g c ar whi c h becom es our hous e, hor s e an d a help er on the road. D ur i n g the day we tr an s f or m i t i n to our li ttle m o vi n g offi ce, whi le at n i ght i t becom es our bed. W i th on e of us i s dr i vi n g, the other i s freq uen tl y han gi n g out the wi n dow fi lm i n g. O r we m i ght s top an d both help eac h other c has e the p er f ect fr am e. I t c an be exhaus ti n g an d at the en d of the day we are both exhaus ted. I t i s al l m ade wor thwhi le when we get to s ee un i m agi n able lan ds c ap es an d the e ven m ore i m p res s i ve p er f or m an ces m ade by the r i der s we have fi lm ed be com e i m m or tali s ed on s creen . S om eti m es we as k our s el ves i f i t ’s wor thwhi le dr i vi n g through 4x4 acces s i ble roc k y m oun tai n r an ges , wi th the on l y thi n gs f or com p any bei n g cows an d m ar m ots . Yet the an s wer i s al way s the s am e: the j ob i s al way s wor th fi n i s hi n g an d fi n i s hi n g i t r i ght. A l l the hard work , lon g day s an d s leep les s n i ghts are m ade wor thwhi le when the fi lm i s fi n al l y releas ed – the s en s e of fulfi l lm en t that com es when we f eel we ’ve c ap tured the es s en ce of the s tor y, the r i der, the lan ds c ap e or the c hal len ge. W hat kin d of e qu ipm e n t d o you u se ? For fi lm i n g we us e S ony FS7 an d a7s c am er as , Rode m i c, gi m bal M o vi e M 15, s li der, M an frotto tr i p ods , H oya fi lter s an d C an on len s es . W hi le f or photos we us e C an on 5D M ark I I I . T he p roblem i s there i s al way s better gear on the m ark et an d i t ’s hard to res i s t addi n g m ore to the k i t.


“CRE ATI NG BIKE F I LMS - E SP ECIALLY DO CUME NTAR IES HA S BE E N A DR EAM CO M E TRUE. ”

act u a l l y ne ve r fil m e d a v id e o l ike th a t u n t i l we wo rke d w ith th e t wo g u y s . Fo ll ow i n g th a t, th e To r ino -Nic e R a l l y a n d Ha u t e Ro u te we re b o th fa nta s tic e xper i e n ce s , b e c a u s e o f th e go r ge o u s s e tt i n g s o f b o th v id e o s a nd t wo c om pl e te l y di f f e re n t kind s o f r id e s th e y we re. T h e t e c hn i c a l d e m a nd s f o r fil m ing b o th o f t hose v id e o s we re a l s o qu ite d is tin c tive, we re a l l y e n joye d th a t c h a l l e n ge. We ’re re a l l y p ro u d o f o u r c u t a n d a s to r y b ehi n d t h e B a ja Div id e : J on a a nd Fr a nz i di d a gre a t jo b o f s e l f-fil m ing in th e mi dd l e o f now h e re ! O f c o u r s e we mu s t n ot f or ge t a b o u t G ro u nd wo rk. A re a l l y n i ce, m o re in tim a te pro je c t, b e c a u s e we

m e t a l l th e pe o pl e a nd fr ie n ds behi n d B om b tr ac k. Yo u s e e, it ’s h a rd to s ay w h ic h one w a s th e b e s t. W hat c an we e x p e c t f ro m OS M in 2018? O u r pl a ns a re c on s ta ntl y c h an gi n g an d we h a ve m a ny id e a s in o u r h eads , but u n f o r tu na te l y n o t e n o u g h ti m e an d m one y to m a ke th e m a l l a reali t y. At th e m om e nt we a re wo rking on a s er i es o f s h o r t d o c u m e n ta r y po r tr ai ts of youn g c re a tive s . T h e re is th e ro ad s i bli n g of o u r fir s t B om b tr ac k fil m - Tus c any Ro ad - on th e h o r iz on in S e p tem ber.

An d we would lo ve to fi lm on e bi k e p ac k i n g adven ture of our own . E i ther where we are both r i di n g an d fi lm i n g, or on e of us i s r i di n g an d the other fi lm i n g. We have s om e i deas wi th Ne ž a, who rode A ltr aves ur Route wi th her B om btr ac k B e yon d, but we ’ l l s ee what e ven tuates . S i n ce i t ’s gon i n g to be 201( os m ) , we ’re s ure you c an exp ect s om ethi n g O SM ! A s we al way s s ay – the bes t i s yet to com e. FIND OU T MORE ABOU T OSM F I L M S AT W W W. O S M F I L M S. CO M

Ho w did you come i n c o ntac t w i th Bombt r ac k ? In 2015 we go t o u rse l ve s i n t o a p e rsona l p ro ject c al led OSM Mi n u t e s of 2 0 1 5 . The go al was to m a k e a shor t - a bou t one m i nute - fi lm e ve r y we e k . S o we d id. We were fi lm i n g we e k by we e k a nd i n Decem ber we de ci de d t o f ol l ow J er nej S tibi lj, S lo ve n i a n a mba ssador f or Bom btr ac k. We wan t e d t o show how lif e is al way s br ig ht w hi l e r i di n g a bi k e. For the one minut e c l i p we sp e n t t wo c old wi nter day s fi l mi n g a n d a l t hou g h h ard wo rk, the resu l t w a s be a u t i f u l ! A f e w day s af ter the re l e a se of t he ‘ U p si de D own’ fi lm Manue l f rom B ombt r ac k c ontacted us and we we re bl ow n a w ay by hi s enthusi asm . I t w a s ‘ The be st i s ye t to com e ’ f eelin g ! The re st i s hi st or y. But i t was one o f t he be st t hi n g s t ha t h ap p ened to us throu g h ou r OSM pro ject. Oh, and we st i l l l o ve t o w a t c h Up si de Down! W hat has been yo ur fa vo ur i te pro j ec t f o r Bombt r ac k so fa r ? Hmm , that ’s the h a rd on e ha ha ! Eve r y pro ject f o r Bombtr ac k i s ‘OS M ’, bec ause the y al way s p re se n t a di f f e re n t c hal lenge. The Tus c a ny Tr a i l w i t h C l e m S ho vel and hi s comp a n i on Joac hi m Roseland, was the fi rst , a n d a s a re su l t , pro babl y the m o st me mor a bl e. We had

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O X B R I D G E The name alone conjures up images of narrow cobbled streets, ancient Col lages and c hurc h c loc ks c himing in the distance. Once you lay e yes on an O xbr idge you see the picture is complete, suc h c lean lines and eff or tless st y le it simpl y ble nds into its surroundings. Far from being a homage to the vintage c yc ling er a, the O xbr idge is less velo-pastic he and more c yc ling sophistic ation. L ooking be yond the dark metal lic paint and into the fabr ic of the bike, the O xbr idge is a dail y companion. Made with qualit y mater ials and components means the O xbr idge c an be used al l year round, be it a cit y commuting or relaxed weekend jol lies.

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F inished in a deep metal lic Br itish R acing Green, with polished components and leather sadd le, the O xbr idge is understated yet oo zing st y le. Designed f or cr uising in st y le, the simple single speed dr ivetr ain is easy to maintain, meaning you c an just relax and enjoy the r ide. The comf or table r iding position keeps you more upr ight to obser ve what ’s going on around you, ideal when mixing with the tr affic. Color-coded al loy f enders are r attle-free and keep you dr y when the weather ine vitabl y takes a tur n f or the worse.

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4130 cr mo front tr iangle, cr mo dropouts with integr ated seat c lamp

Velo c lamp on gr ip with leather bar tape

O X B R I D G E BT Bikes ‘AF22’ 6061 al loy with 44t al loy c hainr ing

BT Bikes “O xbr idge ” 6061T6 al loy bar and ‘Q uil l ’ f orged al loy 17° stem

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As the last word in the epitome of st y le, the O xbr idge Geared adds the silky smooth S himano T iagr a 10-speed der ail leur and 11-28t c assette to take the hard work, out of the unavoidable hil ls. The old is marr ied to the ne w, with the c lassic down tube shif ters pro vided by Dia Compe. Keeping e ver y thing rol ling smoothl y, the D rome hubs f eature sealed bearings and the 28c tires help to iron out those bumpy cobblestones.

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BT Bikes “ Harr is” slim padded r ail sadd le with ‘375’ al loy seat post

4130 front tr iangle, cr mo dropouts with r ac k & f ender mounts

BT Bikes “O xbr idge ” 6061-T6 al loy drop bar and ‘Q uil l ’ f orged al loy 17° stem

O X B R I D G E

S himano ‘ T i agr a’ 10-speed with 12-28t c assette

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O U T L A W Introduced in 2017 the O utlaw was an instant hit, thanks to its o versiz ed tires combined with the c lean lines of the steel tubing, and ‘those looks’. Using the ‘ Road P lus’ concept with a 650B r im combined with a large volume tire, the benefit of a more comf or table r ide is ac hie ved. Blending the geometr y of road and ur ban, with steep head and seat tube angles but a higher stac k height, longer wheelbase and tr ail gives the O utlaw its stable yet engaging r ide. For 2018 the O utlaw is split into t wo versions. The O utlaw 1 uses a single-speed belt dr ive setup whilst the O utlaw 2 combines its belt dr ive with the S himano Nexus inter nal geared hub, just to help out when things get a little hil l y. The c af é r acer inspired looks are retained, and combined with the wide bar br inging a little extr a control and presence to this ur ban prowler.

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Using a ful l cr mo tube set with double-butted front tr iangle, tapered head tube and sliding dropouts, the O utlaw 1 has a fr ame pac ked with f eatures. The coupler in the seat stay al lows the Gates Car bon belt dr ive access into the fr ame, so that it may dr ive the T itle-disc rear hub. R ac k and f ender mounts in addition to remo vable c able guides mean there is al way s scope f or upgr ades and modific ation to suit whate ver dail y err ands the O utlaw is tasked with.

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T RP ‘S py re-C ’ flat mount dual action c al liper br akes with 160mm rotor

BT Bikes ‘ T itle-Disc ’ sealed, 6-bolt disc hub, f emale axle

Gates Car bon ‘S150’ CDN with 55T sproc ket

Investment c asted sliding disc dropouts with integr ated f ender mounts

O U T L A W

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At the core of the O utlaw 2 is the Columbus Cromor double-butted fr ame, ideal l y suited to the ur ban environment thanks to its balance of dur abilit y and lower weight. Welded into a geometr y that inspires fun and fast r iding thanks to its stabilit y and direct hand ling, r iding round town has ne ver been suc h a blast. The Gates Car bon belt dr ive replaces the c hain, f or an oil and dir t free commute, and the Nexus 8-speed inter nal hub off ers more usabilit y whilst maintaining those c lean lines

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BT Bikes ‘ Mono’ 6061-T6 butted al loy one piece bar and stem

W T B ‘ Hor iz on’ TCS f olding tires

O U T L A W

Gates Car bon ‘S300’ CDX with 50T sproc ket

S himano ‘ Nexus’ 8-speed inter nal geared disc hub

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N E E D L E The Need le fist leapt of the dr awing board and into battle on the fixed-gear r acing scene bac k in 2015. Continuousl y being t weaked and adjusted since then, the bike has become something of a benc hmark f or a fixed cr iter ium r ace bike. Opting f or steel o ver aluminium or c ar bon was al way s the star ting point. W ith r ace sur faces being far from ‘ butter ’ smooth the impor tance f or the bike to remain in contact with the ground is par amount in holding a line through the tight cor ners. The inherent ‘give ’ of steel c an be engineered and control led in the fr ame design to help absor b the bumps keeping the r ider in ful l control. Knowing the bike wil l respond predictabl y through the cor ners inspires confidence to commit to a line, and take it faster with e ver y lap. O ver the past f e w years the Need le has pro ved itself not onl y in domestic r aces, but also on the wor ld stage of the Red Hook Cr it ser ies.

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The Need le uses a cr iter ium r ace geometr y de veloped through col labor ation with TeamWI T. A higher BB gives the Need le the abilit y to cor ner lower, al lowing f or the fastest line to be taken through e ver y cor ner. The Columbus Cromor double-butted front tr iangle is used f or f or its light weight yet dur able proper ties, ideal when cr ashes are common. The c ar bon f ork with deep section blades and tapered al loy steerer tube help the Need le slice through the field, whilst the SRAM Omnium cr ankset al lows f or a smooth and efficient power deliver y.

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Columbus ‘Cromor ’ tubing, double butted front tr iangle with tapered heat tube

BT Bikes ‘Cr iter ium’ c arbon f ork, with tapered al loy steerer

Bt Bikes ‘Compact ’ drop bar with ‘O r igin’ f orged al loy stem

N E E D L E BT Bikes ‘ D rome ’ flip/flop tr ac k hub, with sealed bearings and 17t heat treated cr mo cog.

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A RI SE

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WH EEL SIZE CO LO R 1 CO LO R 2 FRAME FO RK BARS GRI PS ST EM H EAD SET LEV ERS SH I F T ER B RA KES CRANKSET BB P EDALS CH AI N CH AI NRI NG CASSET T E DERAI LLE UR FRO NT H UB REAR H UB FRO NT RIM REAR RIM SAD D LE SEAT POST SEAT C LAMP T I RES FEND ERS RAC K LIG H TS WEI GH T

7 0 0c B LU E 4 1 3 0 C R M O, D O U B LE B U T T ED F RO N T T R I A N G LE F U LL D O U B LE B U T T ED 4130 C R M O BT B I K ES “ C X - 10” 6061 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7° F S A “ O R B I T X ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1. 1/8” T EK T RO “ R L - 340” B R A K E LEV ER S T EK T RO “ R X 6 ” M I N I V- B R A K ES BT B I K ES “A F 1 9 ” 6 0 6 1 A LL O Y F S A - B B 6 8 ( B S A ) S Q UA R E TA P ER R I D E AWAY P EDA L S K M C “ 5 1 0 H X ” 1 /2 ” X 1 /8 ” BT B I K ES C N C A LL O Y, 42 T C H A I N R I N G 17 T H E AT T R E AT ED C R M O CO G BT B I K ES “ T I T LE ” S E A LED H U B, R E G U L A R AX LE BT B I K ES “ T I T LE ” S E A LED H U B, 11 - S P. , R E G U L A R AX LE BT B I K ES “A - M 1” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 9 , 3 2 H BT B I K ES “A - M 1” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 9 , 3 2 H BT B I K ES “ CO M P ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “ 6 1 2 ” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P K EN DA “ S M A LL B L O C K 8 ” 7 0 0 C X 3 5 C 1 0 .3 KG ( S I Z E M )

700c B L AC K M E TA LLI C G O LD 4130 CRMO BT B I K ES “A R I S E ” F O R K , 4 1 3 0 C R M O BT B I K ES “ C X - 1 0 ” 6061 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7 ° F S A “ O R B I T X ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1 .1 / 8 ” T EK T RO “ R L - 3 4 0 ” B R A K E LEV ER S P RO M AX “ R EN D ER R ” D I S C B R A K ES, 1 6 0 M M RO T O R S BT B I K ES “ TA F 1 9 ” 6061 A LL O Y B B 68 ( B S A ) F U LLY S E A LD R I D E AWAY P EDA L S KMC “X11-1” BT B I K ES C N C A LL O Y, 4 2 T N A R ROW-W I D E C H A I N R I N G 1 7 T H E AT T R E AT ED C R M O CO G BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” S E A LED H U B, Q R AX LE BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” S E A LED 1 1 - S P EED H U B, Q R AX LE BT B I K ES “ XC D 2 2” D O U B LE WA LL , I 19, 32 H BT B I K ES “ XC D 2 2” D O U B LE WA LL , I 19, 32 H BT B I K ES “ CO M P ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “612” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P K EN DA “ S M A LL B L O C K 8” 700 C X 35 C 10. 5 KG ( S I Z E M )

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516 534 558 583 73 73 73 73 8 4 ,7 1 0 8 1 3 7 1 6 9 6 9 ,5 7 0 ,5 7 1 7 2 480 510 540 580 65 65 65 65 419 419 419 419 45 45 45 45 8 1 ,3 7 4 ,8 7 0 ,9 6 4 , 5 988 998 1019 1035 746 774 802 839 360 370 385 400 511 536 566 600

5 1 6 5 3 4 5 5 8 583 7 3 7 3 7 3 73 8 5 1 0 8 1 3 7 169 6 9 , 5 7 0 , 5 7 1 72 4 8 0 5 1 0 5 4 0 580 6 5 6 5 6 5 65 4 1 9 4 1 9 4 1 9 419 4 5 4 5 4 5 45 8 1 , 3 7 4 , 8 7 0 ,9 64,5 9 8 8 9 9 8 1 0 19 1035 7 4 6 7 7 4 8 0 2 839 3 6 0 3 7 0 3 8 5 400 5 1 1 5 3 6 5 6 6 600


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700c M E TA LLI C G R E Y 4130 C R M O BT B I K ES “A R I S E ” F O R K , 4 1 3 0 C R M O BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N - F L AT ” 6 06 1 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y BA R BT B I K ES L O C K - O N , 1 4 5 M M G R I P S BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7° F S A “ O R B I T X ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1 .1 /8 ” T EK T RO “ M L - 5 2 0 ” B R A K E LEV ER S S H I M A N O “ S L - S 5 0 3 ” T R I G G ER S H I F T ER P RO M AX “ R EN D ER ” D I S C B R A K ES, 1 6 0 M M RO T O R S BT B I K ES “A F 19 ” 6 0 6 1 A LL O Y B B 6 8 ( B S A ) S Q UA R E TA P ER R I D E AWAY P EDA L S K M C “510 H X ” 1/2 ” X 1 /8 ” BT B I K ES C N C A LL O Y, 4 2 T C H A I N R I N G S H I M A N O, 2 0 T BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” S E A LED H U B, Q R AX LE S H I M A N O, S G - C 6 0 0 0 N EX U S, I N T ER N A L 8 - S P EED H U B BT B I K ES “ XC D 22” D O U B LE WA LL , I 19, 32 H BT B I K ES “ XC D 22” D O U B LE WA LL , I 19, 32 H BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “ 6 1 2 ” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P K EN DA “ T EN D R I L” 700 C X 35 C BT B I K ES 5 0 M M P L A S T I C F EN D ER S 12 . 8 KG ( S I Z E M )

700c M AT T M E TA LLI C B LU E 4130 C R M O F R A M E BT B I K ES “A R I S E ” F O R K , 4130 C R M O BT B I K ES “ C X - 1 0 ” 6 0 6 1 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ T O U R ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7 ° F S A “ O R B I T X ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1.1 / 8 ” S H I M A N O “ T I AG R A” S H I M A N O “ T I AG R A” ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) T R P “ S P Y R E C ” D I S C B R A K ES W I T H 16 0 M M RO T O R S S H I M A N O “ T I AG R A” S H I M A N O “ T I AG R A” B S A R I D E AWAY P EDA L S K M C “ X 1 0 EL - 1 ” S H I M A N O “ T I AG R A” , 5 0 / 3 9 / 3 0 T S H I M A N O “ T I AG R A” 1 0 - S P EED, 11 - 32 T S H I M A N O “ T I AG R A” G S R E A R & “ T I AG R A” T R I P LE F RO N T S H U T T ER P R E C I S I O N “ P D - 8” D Y N A M O H U B, Q R AX LE BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” 10/11 - S P EED H U B, Q R AX LE BT B I K ES “ XC D 2 2 ” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 9 , 36 H BT B I K ES “ XC D 2 2 ” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 9 , 36 H BT B I K ES “ CO M P ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “612” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P S C H WA LB E “ M O N D I A L” R EF LE C T I V E S T I P E 7 0 0 C X 3 5 C BT B I K ES 50 M M P L A S T I C F EN D ER S T U B U S “ TA R A” F RO N T & “ L O G O EVO ” R E A R S U P ER N OVA “ E 3 - P U R E 3” & “ E 3 -TA I L LI G H T 2 ” 14. 3 KG ( S I Z E M )

X S S M L

XS S M L XL

516 534 5 5 8 5 8 3 73 73 7 3 7 3 85 108 1 3 7 1 6 9 69,5 70,5 7 1 7 2 480 510 5 4 0 5 8 0 65 65 6 5 6 5 419 419 4 1 9 4 1 9 45 45 4 5 4 5 81,3 74,8 7 0 ,9 6 4 ,5 988 998 1 0 1 9 1 0 3 5 746 774 8 0 2 8 3 9 360 370 3 8 5 4 0 0 511 536 5 6 6 6 0 0

523 544 565 587 608 73 73 73 73 73 100 122 151 180 208 69,1 70,5 70,5 71 71 460 490 520 550 580 75 75 75 75 75 440 440 440 440 440 55 55 55 55 55 76,7 67,5 67,4 64,1 64,1 1027 1036 1059 1076 1098 743 766 794 822 851 360 373 386 399 412 531 558 585 614 641

S P E C S

ARISE

79


H O O K

1

H O O K

2

WH EEL SIZE CO LO R 1 CO LO R 2 FRAME FO RK BARS GRI PS ST EM H EAD SET LEV ERS SH I F T ER B RA KES CRANKSET BB P EDALS CH AI N CH AI NRI NG CASSET T E DERAI LLE UR FRO NT H UB REAR H UB FRO NT RIM REAR RIM SAD D LE SEAT POST SEAT C LAMP T I RES FEND ERS RAC K LIG H TS WEI GH T

7 0 0c GREY 4 1 3 0 D O U B LE B U T T ED C R M O T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ H O O K 1 ” A LL O Y F O R K , 1 . 1 / 8 ” - 1 . 1 / 2 ” TA P ER ED BT B I K ES “ C X - 10” 6061 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7° F S A “ O R B I T I TA” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1. 1/8” - 1 . 1/2” S R A M “A P EX ” S R A M “A P EX ” 2 X 1 0 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) T R P “ S P Y R E C ” D I S C B R A K ES W I T H 160 M M RO T O R S S R A M “A P EX ” S R A M P R ES S F I T B B 3 0 R I D E AWAY P EDA L S K M C “ X 1 0 EL - 1” S R A M “A P EX ” 5 0 /3 4 T S R A M “ P G - 1 0 3 0 ” 1 0 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 11 - 32 T S R A M “A P EX ” F RO N T & R E A R BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” S E A LED H U B, Q R AX LE BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” 10/11 - S P EED H U B, Q R AX LE BT B I K ES “ XC D 22” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 9 , 3 2 H BT B I K ES “ XC D 22” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 9 , 3 2 H BT B I K ES “ CO M P ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES ‘6 2 0 ’ A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P C LEM EN T “ X P L O R M S O ” 7 0 0 C X 3 6 C 1 1 .2 KG ( S I Z E M )

700c B L AC K CO LU M B U S “ C RO M O R ” D O U B LE B U T T ED T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ C X - 5 2” F U LL CA R B O N TA D I S C F O R K , BT B I K ES “ C X - 1 0 ” 6061 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y, D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7 ° F S A “ O R B I T I TA” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1 .1 / 8 ” - 1 .1/ 2 ” S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” 1 X 1 1 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) T R P “ S P Y R E C ” D I S C B R A K ES, 1 6 0 M M / 1 4 0 M M RO T O R S Q UA RQ “ P R I M E ” S R A M P R ES S F I T B B 3 0 KMC “X11-1” S R A M “ X - S Y N C ” A LL O Y, 4 0 T S R A M “ P G - 1130” 11 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 1 - 4 2 T S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” L O N G CAG E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” H U B, 1 2 X 1 00 M M T H R U - AX LE BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” 11 - S P EED H U B, 12 X 142 M M T- A W T B “ S T P ” D O U B LE WA LL , T U B ELES S P RO F I LE , I 1 9 , 3 2 H W T B “ S T P ” D O U B LE WA LL , T U B ELES S P RO F I LE , I 1 9 , 3 2 H S ELLE S A N M A RCO “ S Q UA D R A - S TA RT U P ” S A D D LE BT B I K ES ‘ 620’ A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P S C H WA LB E “ G - O N E A LLRO U N D ” 7 0 0 C X 3 8 C F O LD I N G 10. 6 KG ( S I Z E M )

SIZE

S M L XL

S M L XL

TO P T UBE LEN GT H S E AT A N G LE H E A D T U B E LEN GT H H E A D A N G LE S E AT T U B E LEN GT H B B D RO P C H A I N S TAY LEN GT H FORK OFFSET TRAIL W H EELBA S E LEN GT H S TA N D OV ER R E AC H S TAC K

526 544 562 579 7 4 7 4 7 3 ,5 73,5 100 128 140 160 71 72 72 72 495 525 545 565 60 60 60 60 425 425 425 425 45 45 45 45 72 65 65 65 1004 1014 1027 1044 774 803 816 836 374 384 393 404 530 560 572 591

5 2 6 5 4 4 5 6 2 579 7 4 7 4 7 3 ,5 73,5 1 0 0 1 2 8 1 4 0 160 7 1 7 2 7 2 72 4 9 5 5 2 5 5 4 5 565 6 0 6 0 6 0 60 4 2 5 4 2 5 4 2 5 425 4 5 4 5 4 5 45 72,6 6 6 6 6 66 1 0 0 4 1 0 1 5 1 0 27 1045 7 7 4 8 0 3 8 1 6 836 3 7 4 3 8 4 3 9 3 404 5 3 0 5 6 0 5 7 2 591


WMN

X S - 650 b, S - L 70 0 c WHITE CO LU M B U S “ C RO M O R ” D O U B LE B U T T ED T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ C X - 5 2 ” F U LL CA R B O N TA D I S C F O R K BT B I K ES “ C X - 1 0” 6061 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7° F S A “ O R B I T I TA” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1 .1 /8” - 1 . 1/2” S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” 1 X 1 1 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) T R P “ S P Y R E - C ” D I S C B R A K ES, 1 6 0 M M / 1 4 0 M M RO T O R S Q UA RQ “ P R I M E ” S R A M P R ES S F I T B B 3 0 KMC “X11-1” S R A M “ X - S Y N C ” A LL O Y, 4 0 T S R A M “ P G - 1 1 3 0 ” 1 1 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 1 - 4 2 T S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” L O N G CAG E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” H U B, 1 2 X 10 0 M M T H R U - AX LE BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” 11 - S P EED H U B, 12 X 142 M M T- A W T B “ S T P ” D O U B LE WA LL , T U B ELES S P RO F I LE , I 19, 32 H W T B “ S T P ” D O U B LE WA LL , T U B ELES S P RO F I LE , I 19, 32 H S ELLE S A N M A RCO “ ER A G L A M O U R S TA RT U P ” S A D D LE BT B I K ES ‘ 6 2 0 ’ A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P S C H WA LB E “ G - O N E A LLRO U N D ” 650 B X 35 C / 7 0 0 C X 3 8 C -

H O O K

AL

10 KG ( S I Z E X S )

700c M E TA LLI C G R E Y / B L AC K 6 0 6 1 -T 6 D O U B LE B U T T ED A LL O Y BT B I K ES “ C X - 3 8” F U LL CA R B O N D I S C F O R K BT B I K ES “ C X - 1 0 ” 6 0 6 1 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7 ° F S A “ N O. 4 2 / 4 8 ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1.1/ 8” - 1.1/ 2” S R A M “A P EX - 1” H Y D R AU LI C S R A M “A P EX - 1” 1 X 11 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) S R A M “A P EX - 1 ” HYDRAULIC DISC BRAKES, 160MM ROTORS S R A M “A P EX - 1” F S A P F 30/ G X P A DA P T ER KMC “X11-1” S R A M “ X - S Y N C ” A LL O Y, 40 T S R A M “ P G - 1130” 11 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 1 - 4 2 T S R A M “A P EX - 1” BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” S E A LED H U B, Q R AX LE BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” S E A LED H U B, 11-SP EED, QR AXLE BT B I K ES “ XC D 2 2 ” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 9 , 32 H BT B I K ES “ XC D 2 2 ” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 9 , 32 H BT B I K ES “ P RO ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES ‘ 620’ A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P C LEM EN T “ M X P ” 700 C X 33 C F O LD I N G 9. 9 KG ( S I Z E M )

X S S M L

S M L XL

506 520 5 3 5 5 5 1 74 74 7 4 7 4 86 88 1 1 2 145 71 70 7 2 7 2 460 490 5 2 0 5 5 0 55 75 7 0 6 5 410 425 4 2 5 4 2 5 45 45 4 5 4 5 66 77 6 8 6 6 970 996 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 9 733 754 7 8 2 8 1 5 360 369 3 7 7 3 8 5 508 528 5 5 0 5 7 8

534 552 570 586 73 73 73 73 115 138 162 179 71 71,5 72 72 500 530 560 590 65 65 65 65 425 425 425 425 45 45 45 45 73 71 66 65 1000 1014 1028 1044 768 796 820 839 370 381 392 403 536 560 584 600

S P E C S

HOOK

81


HOO K

E XT

HO O K

E X T- C

WH EEL SIZE CO LO R 1 CO LO R 2 FRAME FO RK BARS GRI PS ST EM H EAD SET LEV ERS SH I F T ER B RA KES CRANKSET BB P EDALS CH AI N CH AI NRI NG CASSET T E DERAI LLE UR FRO NT H UB REAR H UB FRO NT RIM REAR RIM SAD D LE SEAT POST SEAT C LAMP T I RES FEND ERS RAC K LIG H TS WEI GH T

6 5 0b M AT T M E TA LLI C G R E Y CO LU M B U S “ C RO M O R ” D O U B LE B U T T ED T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ EX T ” F U LL CA R B O N , TA D I S C F O R K BT B I K ES “ C X - 10” 6061 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7° F S A “ O R B I T I TA” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1. 1/8” - 1 . 1/2” S R A M “ R I VA L - 1 ” H Y D R AU LI C S R A M “ R I VA L - 1 ” 1 X 11 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) S R A M “ R I VA L” F L AT M O U N T H Y D R AU LI C , 160 / 140 M M S R A M “ R I VA L - 1 ” F S A P F 3 0 / G X P A DA P T ER KMC “X11-1” S R A M “ X - S Y N C ” A LL O Y, 40 T S R A M “ P G - 1 1 3 0 ” 1 1 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 11 - 42 T S R A M “ R I VA L - 1 ” L O N G CAG E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” H U B, 12 X 100 M M T H R U - AX LE BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” 11 - S P EED H U B, 1 2 X 1 4 2 M M T- A W T B “ S T S ” D O U B LE WA LL S LEEV ED, T L C , I 1 9 , 3 2 H W T B “ S T S ” D O U B LE WA LL S LEEV ED, T L C , I 1 9 , 3 2 H S ELLE S A N M A RCO “ S Q UA D R A - S TA RT U P ” S A D D LE BT B I K ES ‘ S P - D C 2 X ’ A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P W T B “ N A N O ” 2 7 .5 ” X 2 .1” R AC E F O LD I N G 1 1 .9 KG ( S I Z E M )

650b M AT T M E TA LLI C B L AC K T O R AY “ T 700/ T 80 0” H I - M O D CA R B O N BT B I K ES “ EX T ” F U LL CA R B O N , TA D I S C F O R K BT B I K ES “ C X - 1 0 ” 6061 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7 ° F S A “ N O. 4 2 / 4 8 ” I N T E G R AT ED A - H E A D S E T, 1.1/ 8” - 1.1/ 2” S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” H Y D R AU LI C S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” 1 X 1 1 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) S R A M “ R I VA L” F L AT M O U N T H Y D R AU LI C , 1 6 0 / 1 4 0 M M S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” S R A M P R ES S F I T B B 3 0 N O T I N C LU D ED K M C “ X 1 1 EL - 1 ” S R A M “ X - S Y N C ” A LL O Y, 4 0 T S R A M “ P G - 1130” 11 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 1 - 4 2 T S R A M “ R I VA L - 1” L O N G CAG E H U N T “A DV EN T U R E S P O RT ” H U B, 1 2 X 1 0 0 M M T H R U - AX LE H U N T “A DV EN T U R E S P O RT ” 1 1 - S P EED, 1 2 X 1 4 2 M M T- A H U N T “A DV EN T U R E S P O RT ” ASYMMETRIC RIM, TLC, I20, 28H H U N T “A DV EN T U R E S P O RT ” ASYMMETRIC RIM, TLC, I20, 28H S ELLE S A N M A RCO “ S Q UA D R A - S TA RT U P ” S A D D LE BT B I K ES ‘ 620’ A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P W T B “ N A N O ” 2 7 . 5 ” X 2.1” R AC E F O LD I N G 9. 4 KG ( S I Z E M )

SIZE

S M L XL

XX S X S S

TO P T UBE LEN GT H S E AT A N G LE H E A D T U B E LEN GT H H E A D A N G LE S E AT T U B E LEN GT H B B D RO P C H A I N S TAY LEN GT H FORK OFFSET TRAIL W H EELBA S E LEN GT H S TA N D OV ER R E AC H S TAC K

541 558 575 591 7 2 ,5 7 2 ,5 7 2 ,5 7 2 , 5 110 131 149 169 7 0 ,2 5 71 72 72,5 510 540 570 600 70 70 70 70 425 425 425 425 48 48 48 48 7 5 7 0 6 3 ,6 60,3 1010 1020 1027 1039 765 790 815 840 370 380 390 400 544 566 587 608

5 1 0 5 2 5 5 3 5 545 560 575 595 7 5 7 5 7 4 73 73 73 73 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 4 0 150 170 190 210 7 1 7 1 7 1 72 72 72 72 4 6 0 4 9 0 5 2 0 540 560 580 610 6 9 6 9 6 7 67 67 65 65 4 3 5 4 3 5 4 3 5 435 435 435 435 4 8 4 8 4 8 48 48 48 48 7 1 7 1 6 8 64 61 61 61 1 0 0 8 1 0 2 4 1 0 27 1021 1032 1042 1063 7 4 6 7 6 5 7 9 0 804 824 844 868 3 6 3 3 7 6 3 7 5 371 380 384 398 5 2 8 5 3 8 5 5 7 568 589 606 625

M

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X L XX L


1

B E YO N D

X P D

X S - S 27.5” , M - X L 2 9 ” M AT T M E TA LLI C B LU E CO LU M B U S “ C RO M O R ” D O U B LE B U T T ED T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ B E YO N D ” 4 1 3 0 C R M O D O U B LE B U T T ED F O R K BT B I K ES “ B E YO N D ” 6061 -T 6 B U T T ED A L , T R AV EL BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , + 1 7 ° F S A “ N O 21/12/44 ” S E A LED, 1 .1 /8 ” - 1 .1 /2 ” S R A M “A P EX ” S R A M “A P EX ” 2 X 1 0 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) T R P “ S P Y R E C ”, 1 8 0 M M F RO N T & 1 6 0 M M R E A R RO T O R S SRAM “X5” SRAM GXP73 R I D E AWAY P EDA L S K M C “ X 1 0 EL - 1” S R A M 42/28 T S R A M “ P G - 1 0 2 0 ” 1 0 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 1 - 3 6 T S R A M “ G X -T Y P E 2 ” R E A R A N D “ X 5 ” F RO N T BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” H U B, 15 X 1 0 0 M M T H R U - AX LE BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” H U B, 12 X 1 4 2 M M T H R U - AX LE W T B “ S T P ” D O U B LE WA LL , T U B ELES S P RO F I LE , I 19, 32 H W T B “ S T P ” D O U B LE WA LL , T U B ELES S P RO F I LE , I 19, 32 H BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “ 6 2 0 ” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P W T B “ N A N O ” 2 9 ” X 2 .1 ” R AC E F O LD I N G 12 . 6 KG ( S I Z E M )

XS-S 27.5”, M-XL 29” M AT T M E TA LLI C G R E Y CO LU M B U S “ C RO M O R ” D O U B LE B U T T ED T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ B E YO N D ” 4130 C R M O D O U B LE B U T T ED F O R K BT B I K ES “ B E YO N D ” 6 0 6 1 -T 6 B U T T ED A L , T R AV EL BA R BT B I K ES “ T O U R ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , +17° F S A “ N O 2 1 / 1 2 / 4 4 ” S E A LED, 1 . 1 / 8 ” - 1 . 1 / 2 ” S R A M “A P EX ” S R A M “A P EX ” 2 X 10 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) T R P “ S P Y R E C ”, 180 M M F RO N T &160 M M R E A R RO T O R S SRAM “X5” S R A M G X P 73 R I D E AWAY P EDA L S K M C “ X 1 0 EL - 1 ” SRAM 42/28T S R A M “ P G - 1020” 10 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 1 - 3 6 T S R A M “ G X -T Y P E 2 ” R E A R A N D “ X 5” F RO N T S H U T T ER P R E C I S I O N “ P D - 8 X ” D Y N A M O H U B,1 5 M M T- A BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” H U B, 12 X 14 2 M M T H R U - AX LE W T B “ S T P ” D O U B LE WA LL , T U B ELES S P RO F I LE , I 1 9 , 3 2 H W T B “ S T P ” D O U B LE WA LL , T U B ELES S P RO F I LE , I 1 9 , 3 2 H BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “620” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P K EN DA “ K W I C K J O U R N E Y ” R EF LE C T I V E , 4 5 X 5 8 4 / 4 2 X 6 2 2 BT B I K ES 50 M M A LL O Y F EN D ER S T U B U S “ TA R A” F RO N T & “ L O G O EVO ” R E A R S U P ER N OVA “ E 3 - P U R E 3” & “ E 3 -TA I L LI G H T 2 ” 15. 2 KG ( S I Z E M )

X S S M L XL

XS S M L XL

493 522 5 5 8 5 9 0 6 2 3 75 75 7 4 7 3 7 3 95 125 1 4 5 1 8 0 2 2 0 70 71 7 1 7 2 7 2 400 440 4 8 0 5 2 0 5 6 0 55 55 7 0 7 0 7 0 425 425 4 5 5 4 5 5 4 5 5 50 50 5 0 5 0 5 0 71 68 7 5 6 8 6 8 1000 1020 1 0 6 5 1 0 8 1 1 1 0 9 726 760 8 0 9 8 4 5 8 8 5 350 365 3 8 0 3 9 5 4 1 0 536 566 6 0 0 6 3 6 6 7 7

493 522 558 590 623 75 75 74 73 73 95 125 145 180 220 70 71 71 72 72 400 440 480 520 560 55 55 70 70 70 425 425 455 455 455 50 50 50 50 50 71 68 75 68 68 1000 1020 1065 1081 1109 726 760 809 845 885 350 365 380 395 410 536 566 600 636 677

S P E C S

BEYO N D

83


BEY O N D+

1

BE Y O ND +

2

WH EEL SIZE CO LO R 1 CO LO R 2 FRAME FO RK BARS GRI PS ST EM H EAD SET LEV ERS SH I F T ER B RA KES CRANKSET BB P EDALS CH AI N CH AI NRI NG CASSET T E DERAI LLE UR FRO NT H UB REAR H UB FRO NT RIM REAR RIM SAD D LE SEAT POST SEAT C LAMP T I RES FEND ERS RAC K LIG H TS WEI GH T

2 7 .5 + ” M AT T M E TA LLI C B LU E 4 1 3 0 D O U B LE B U T T ED C R M O T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ B E YO N D + ” B U T T ED TA P ER ED C R M O F O R K BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” 7 0 5 0 -T 7 3 B U T T ED A LL O Y BT B I K ES L O C K - O N , 1 4 5 M M G R I P S BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , 0° F S A “ O R B I T I TA” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1. 1/8” - 1 . 1/2” S R A M “ LEV EL T L” H Y D R AU LI C S R A M “ N X ” 1 1 - S P EED T R I G G ER S R A M “ LEV EL T L” H Y D R AU LI C , 18 0 M M / 160 M M RO T O R S SRAM “NX” BOOST SRAM GXP73 KMC “X11-1” S R A M “ X - S Y N C ” S T EEL , 30 T S R A M “ P G - 1 1 3 0 ” 1 1 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 11 - 42 T S R A M “ N X ” L O N G CAG E BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” H U B, 15 X 110 M M T H R U - AX LE BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” H U B, 12 X 148 M M T H R U - AX LE W T B “ S C R A P ER ” D O U B LE WA LL S LEEV ED, T C S, I 40, 32 H W T B “ S C R A P ER ” D O U B LE WA LL S LEEV ED, T C S, I 40, 32 H BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “ 6 1 9 ” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P W T B “ T R A I LB L A Z ER ” 27. 5” X 2. 8” R AC E F O LD I N G 1 3 .5 KG ( S I Z E M )

27.5+” M AT T M E TA LLI C CO P P ER 4130 D O U B LE B U T T ED C R M O T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ B E YO N D + ” F U LL CA R B O N F O R K BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” 7050 -T 73 B U T T ED A LL O Y BT B I K ES L O C K - O N , 1 4 5 M M G R I P S BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , 0 ° F S A “ O R B I T I TA” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1 .1 / 8 ” - 1 .1/ 2 ” S R A M “ LEV EL T L M ” H Y D R AU LI C S R A M “ G X - E AG LE ” 1 2 - S P EED T R I G G ER S R A M “ LEV EL T L M ” H Y D R AU LI C , 1 8 0 / 1 6 0 M M RO T O R S S R A M “ G X E AG LE ” B O O S T S R A M G X P 73 S R A M “ G X E AG LE ” C H A I N S R A M “ G X - E AG LE ” A LL O Y, 3 2 T S R A M “ XG - 1275 E AG LE ” 1 2 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 0 - 5 0 T S R A M “ G X E AG LE ” BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” H U B, 1 5 X 1 1 0 M M T H R U - AX LE BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” H U B, XD DRIVER, 12X148MM THRU-AXLE W T B “ S C R A P ER ” D O U B LE WA LL S LEEV ED, T C S, I 4 0 , 3 2 H W T B “ S C R A P ER ” D O U B LE WA LL S LEEV ED, T C S, I 4 0 , 3 2 H BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “619” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P W T B “ T R A I LB L A Z ER ” 2 7 .5 ” X 2 .8 ” R AC E F O LD I N G 12. 4 KG ( S I Z E M )

SIZE

S M L XL

S M L XL

TO P T UBE LEN GT H S E AT A N G LE H E A D T U B E LEN GT H H E A D A N G LE S E AT T U B E LEN GT H B B D RO P C H A I N S TAY LEN GT H FORK OFFSET TRAIL W H EELBA S E LEN GT H S TA N D OV ER R E AC H S TAC K

573 601 635 660 7 3 7 3 7 2 ,5 72,5 100 110 121 132 6 9 6 9 6 9 ,5 70 390 430 465 505 65 65 65 65 440 440 440 440 50 50 50 50 84 84 81 74 1083 1112 1135 1155 759 783 805 831 389 414 439 460 600 610 622 634

5 7 3 6 0 1 6 3 5 660 7 3 7 3 7 2 ,5 72,5 8 8 9 8 1 0 9 120 6 9 6 9 6 9 ,5 70 3 9 0 4 3 0 4 6 5 505 6 5 6 5 6 5 65 4 4 0 4 4 0 4 4 0 440 5 1 5 1 5 1 51 8 5 8 5 8 2 78 1 0 8 4 1 1 1 3 1 1 36 1156 7 6 6 7 8 8 8 0 9 836 3 8 9 4 1 4 4 3 9 460 6 0 0 6 1 0 6 2 2 634


AD V

T E M P E S T

29+” M AT T M E TA LLI C G R EEN 41 3 0 D O U B LE B U T T ED C R M O T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ B E YO N D + ” F U LL CA R B O N F O R K J O N ES “ H - BA R - L O O P ” BA R 7 1 0 BT B I K ES F OA M , 1 7 0 M M G R I P S BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , 7° F S A “ O R B I T I TA” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1 .1 /8” - 1 . 1/2” S R A M “ LEV EL T L M ” H Y D R AU LI C S R A M “ G X - E AG LE ” 1 2 - S P EED T R I G G ER S R A M “ LEV EL T L M ” H Y D R AU LI C , 1 8 0 / 1 6 0 M M RO T O R S S R A M “ G X - E AG LE ” B O O S T SRAM GXP73 S R A M “ G X E AG LE ” C H A I N S R A M “ G X - E AG LE ” A LL O Y, 3 2 T S R A M “ XG - 1 2 7 5 E AG LE ” 1 2 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 10 - 50 T S R A M “ G X E AG LE ” BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” H U B, 1 5 X 1 1 0 M M T H R U - AX LE BT B I K ES “ T R A I L” H U B, X D D R I V ER , 1 2 X 1 4 8 M M T- A W T B “ S C R A P ER ” D O U B LE WA LL S LEEV ED, T C S, I 45, 32 H W T B “ S C R A P ER ” D O U B LE WA LL S LEEV ED, T C S, I 45, 32 H BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “ 6 1 9 ” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P W T B “ R A N G ER ” 2 9 ” X 3 .0 ” T C S T O U G H F O LD I N G 12 . 8 KG ( S I Z E M )

700c W H I T E / B LU E CO LU M B U S “ C RO M O R ” D O U B LE B U T T ED T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ R D - 5 3” F U LL CA R B O N TA D I S C F O R K BT B I K ES “A E O N ” 6061 -T 6 D O U B LE - B U T T ED D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7 ° F S A “ N O 2 1 / 1 2 / 4 4 ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1.1/ 8” - 1.1/ 2” S H I M A N O “105” S H I M A N O “105” 2 X 11 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) T R P “ S P Y R E C ” F L AT- M O U N T, 160 M M / 1 4 0 M M RO T O R S S H I M A N O “105” S H I M A N O P F B B 86 K M C “ X 11 EL - 1” C H A I N SHIMANO “105”, 52/36T S H I M A N O “105” 11 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 1 - 2 8 T S H I M A N O “105” F RO N T A N D R E A R D T S W I S S “ P 1 8 0 0 S P LI N E D B 2 3 ” , 1 2 X 1 00 T- A D T S W I S S “ P 1 8 0 0 S P LI N E D B 2 3 ” 1 1 - S P EED, 12 X 142 T- A D T S W I S S “ P 1 8 0 0 S P LI N E D B 2 3 ” D O U B LE , I 18, T LR . 24 H D T S W I S S “ P 1 8 0 0 S P LI N E D B 2 3 ” D O U B LE , I 18, T LR . 24 H S ELLE S A N M A RCO “ S Q UA D R A - S TA RT U P ” S A D D LE BT B I K ES “612” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P CO N T I N EN TA L “ G R A N D S P O RT R AC E ” 7 0 0 C X 2 5 C 9. 5 KG ( S I Z E M )

S M L XL

XS S M L XL

573 596 6 2 0 6 4 8 72 72 7 2 7 2 100 110 1 2 5 1 3 5 68,5 68,5 6 8 ,5 6 8 ,5 406 457 5 0 8 5 5 9 70 70 7 0 7 0 450 450 4 5 0 4 5 0 51 51 5 1 5 1 97 97 9 7 9 7 1108 1131 1 1 5 6 1 1 8 5 773 800 8 3 0 8 5 8 395 415 4 3 5 4 6 0 613 623 6 3 7 6 4 6

500 528 550 568 592 74,5 74,5 74 74 73,5 80 100 130 155 190 71 72,2 73 73,3 73,3 470 500 530 570 600 65 65 62 60 60 410 410 410 410 410 50 45 45 45 45 64 61,6 56,6 54,7 54,7 978 981 994 1010 1028,6 732 755 780 820 848 374 384 394 405 414 492 516 544,6 571 601

S P E C S

B EYO N D +

85


TEMP E ST

W M N

T E M P E S T

C

WH EEL SIZE CO LO R 1 CO LO R 2 FRAME FO RK BARS GRI PS ST EM H EAD SET LEV ERS SH I F T ER B RA KES CRANKSET BB P EDALS CH AI N CH AI NRI NG CASSET T E DERAI LLE UR FRO NT H UB REAR H UB FRO NT RIM REAR RIM SAD D LE SEAT POST SEAT C LAMP T I RES FEND ERS RAC K LIG H TS WEI GH T

7 0 0c GREY / TEAL CO LU M B U S “ C RO M O R ” D O U B LE B U T T ED T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ R D - 5 3 ” F U LL CA R B O N TA D I S C F O R K BT B I K ES “A E O N ” 6 06 1 -T 6 D O U B LE - B U T T ED D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7° F S A “ N O 2 1 /1 2 /4 4 ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1 . 1 / 8 ” - 1 . 1 / 2 ” SHIMANO “105” S H I M A N O “ 1 0 5 ” 2 X 1 1 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) T R P “ S P Y R E C ” F L AT- M O U N T, 160 M M / 140 M M RO T O R S SHIMANO “105” SHIMANO PF BB86 K M C “ X 1 1 EL - 1 ” C H A I N S H I M A N O “ 1 0 5 ” , 5 2 /3 6 T S H I M A N O “ 1 0 5 ” 1 1 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 11 - 28 T S H I M A N O “ 1 0 5 ” F RO N T A N D R E A R D T S W I S S “ P 1 8 0 0 S P LI N E D B 2 3 ” , 1 2 X 1 0 0 T H R U - AX LE D T S W I S S “ P 1 8 0 0 S P LI N E D B 2 3 ” 1 1 - S P EED, 1 2 X 1 4 2 T- A D T S W I S S “ P 1 8 0 0 S P LI N E D B 2 3 ” D O U B LE , I 1 8 , T LR . 2 4 H D T S W I S S “ P 1 8 0 0 S P LI N E D B 2 3 ” D O U B LE , I 1 8 , T LR . 2 4 H S ELLE S A N M A RCO “ ER A G L A M O U R S TA RT U P ” S A D D LE BT B I K ES “ 6 1 2 ” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P CO N T I N EN TA L “ G R A N D S P O RT R AC E ” 700 C X 25 C 9 .1 KG ( S I Z E S )

700c M E TA LLI C G R E Y T O R AY “ T 700/ T 80 0” H I - M O D CA R B O N T O R AY “ T 700/ T 80 0” H I - M O D CA R B O N D EDA “ Z ERO 1” 6061 -T 6 D O U B LE - B U T T ED, D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ P RO ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E D EDA “ Z ERO 1 ” 6 0 61 -T 6 A LL O Y, - 8° F S A “ N O. 4 2 / 4 8 ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1.1/ 8” - 1.1/ 2” S H I M A N O “ U LT E G R A” S H I M A N O “ U LT E G R A” 2 X 1 1 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) S H I M A N O “ U LT E G R A” H Y D R AU LI C , 1 6 0 / 1 4 0 M M RO T O R S S H I M A N O “ U LT E G R A” S H I M A N O P F B B 86 K M C “ X 11 EL - 1” C H A I N S H I M A N O “ U LT E G R A” , 5 2 / 3 6 T S H I M A N O “ U LT E G R A” 1 1 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 1 - 2 8 T S H I M A N O “ U LT E G R A” F RO N T A N D R E A R D T S W I S S “ P R 1 6 0 0 S P LI N E D B 32”, 12 X 100 T H R U - AX LE D T S W I S S “ P R 1 6 0 0 S P LI N E D B 32” 11 - S P EED, 12 X 142 T- A D T S W I S S “ P R 1 6 0 0 S P LI N E D B 32” D O U B LE , I 18, T LR . 24 H D T S W I S S “ P R 1 6 0 0 S P LI N E D B 32” D O U B LE , I 18, T LR . 24 H S ELLE S A N M A RCO “ S Q UA D R A - S TA RT U P ” S A D D LE D EDA “ Z ERO 1” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P CO N T I N EN TA L “ G R A N D S P O RT R AC E ” 7 0 0 C X 2 5 C 8. 4 KG ( S I Z E M )

SIZE

XS S M L

XS S M L XL

TO P T UBE LEN GT H S E AT A N G LE H E A D T U B E LEN GT H H E A D A N G LE S E AT T U B E LEN GT H B B D RO P C H A I N S TAY LEN GT H FORK OFFSET TRAIL W H EELBA S E LEN GT H S TA N D OV ER R E AC H S TAC K

500 518 536 548 7 5 7 4 ,5 74 74 95 110 130 150 7 0 ,5 7 2 7 2 ,5 7 3 430 460 490 520 72 72 72 72 408 408 408 408 50 50 45 45 6 7 5 7 ,6 5 9 ,7 5 6 , 6 974 974 978 986 700 724 758 782 364 371 378 384 511 530 553 672

5 2 0 5 4 4 5 5 9 579 594 7 5 7 4 7 4 73 73 1 1 0 1 2 9 1 5 0 171 193 7 2 7 3 7 3 74 74 4 7 0 5 0 0 5 3 0 560 590 7 2 7 0 7 0 68 68 4 0 5 4 0 7 4 0 7 409 409 4 5 4 5 4 5 45 45 6 4 5 8 5 8 55 55 9 7 5 9 7 8 9 7 9 1007 1007 7 2 7 7 5 2 7 8 1 801 825 3 7 8 3 8 7 3 9 6 402 408 5 2 0 5 4 0 5 6 0 580 600


O XB RI DGE

SI N G L E

650b G R E Y / B L AC K CO LU M B U S “ C RO M O R ” D O U B LE B U T T ED T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ EX T ” F U LL CA R B O N F O R K BT B I K ES “ C X - 1 0” 6061 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ T O U R ” S H O C K - P RO O F BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7° F S A “ N O 21/12/44 ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1 .1 / 8 ” - 1 . 1 / 2 ” SHIMANO “105” S H I M A N O “ 1 0 5 ” 2 X 1 1 ( I N T E G . W I T H LEV ER ) T R P “ S P Y R E C ” F L AT- M O U N T, 1 6 0 M M / 1 4 0 M M RO T O R S SHIMANO “105” SHIMANO PF BB86 K M C “ X 1 1 EL - 1 ” C H A I N S H I M A N O “105” CO M PAC T, 5 0 /3 4 T S H I M A N O “ 1 0 5 ” 1 1 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 1 1 - 2 8 T S H I M A N O “ 1 0 5 ” F RO N T A N D R E A R H U N T “A DV EN T U R E S P O RT ” H U B 1 2 X 1 0 0 M M T H R U - AX LE H U N T “A DV EN T U R E S P O RT ” H U B, 11-SP EED12X142MM T-A H U N T “A DV EN T U R E S P O RT ” A S Y M M E T R I C , T L C , I 20, 28 H H U N T “A DV EN T U R E S P O RT ” A S Y M M E T R I C , T L C , I 20, 28 H BT B I K ES “ CO M P ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “ 6 1 2 ” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S E AT C L A M P W T B “ H O R I Z O N ” T C S, 6 5 0 B X 47 C F O LD I N G 10 . 4 KG ( S I Z E M )

700C M E TA LLI C G R EEN 4130 C R M O F RO N T T R I A N G LE BT B I K ES “ OX B R I D G E ” F U LL 4130 C R M O F O R K BT B I K ES “ OX B R I D G E ” 6 0 6 1 -T 6 A LL O Y BA R V EL O C L A M P O N G R I P W I T H LE AT H ER BA R TA P E BT B I K ES “ Q U I LL” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 17° F S A “ D U RO N X ” S E A LED B E A R I N G , 1” T H R E A D ED P RO M AX “249 A” A LL O Y B R A K E LEV ER S T EK T RO “ R 3 5 9 ” A LL O Y CA LI P ER B R A K ES BT B I K ES “A F 2 2 ” 6 0 6 1 A LL O Y BT B I K ES 1 . 3 7 ” X 6 8 M M S E A LED B B BT B I K ES CAG E A LL O Y P EDA L KMC “510HX” 1/2” X 1/8” CHAIN BT B I K ES A LL O Y, C N C , 44 T C H A I N R I N G A N D COV ER 1 6 T F R EEW H EEL BT B I K ES “ D RO M E ” H U B, 9 M M F EM A LE B O LT AX LE BT B I K ES “ D RO M E ” H U B, 10 M M F EM A LE B O LT AX LE BT B I K ES “ D R X ” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 6 , 2 8 H BT B I K ES “ D R X ” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 6 , 2 8 H BT B I K ES “ T E A M ” S LI M PA D D ED R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “375” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T I N T E G R AT ED S E AT C L A M P K EN DA 7 0 0 C X 2 8 C BT B I K ES A LL O Y F EN D ER S 10. 3 KG ( S I Z E M )

X S S M L XL

S M L XL

504 527 5 5 1 5 7 0 5 9 2 75 74,5 7 4 7 4 7 3 ,5 75 100 1 3 0 1 6 0 1 8 5 71 72 7 2 7 2 7 2 470 500 5 3 0 5 6 0 5 9 0 70 68 6 8 6 5 6 5 420 420 4 2 0 4 2 0 4 2 0 48 48 4 8 4 8 4 8 67 61 6 1 6 1 6 1 983 995 1 0 1 5 1 0 3 7 1 0 5 4 732 761 7 9 2 8 2 4 8 4 8 368 379 3 9 0 4 0 1 4 1 1 509 534 5 6 3 5 8 8 6 1 2

528 546 565 585 73 73 73 73 100 126 153 180 69,5 71 71,5 72 510 540 570 600 65 65 65 65 416 416 416 416 50 50 50 73 64 60 58 1003 1008 1024 1039 757 787 815 844 372 381 392 402 511 541 568 596

S P E C S

AUD AX

87


O X BRID GE

GE A RE D

O U T L AW

1

WH EEL SIZE CO LO R 1 CO LO R 2 FRAME FO RK BARS GRI PS ST EM H EAD SET LEV ERS SH I F T ER B RA KES CRANKSET BB P EDALS CH AI N CH AI NRI NG CASSET T E DERAI LLE UR FRO NT H UB REAR H UB FRO NT RIM REAR RIM SAD D LE SEAT POST SEAT C LAMP T I RES FEND ERS RAC K LIG H TS WEI GH T

7 0 0c M E TA LLI C B ROW N 4 1 3 0 F RO N T T R I A N G LE BT B I K ES “ OX B R I D G E ” F U LL 4130 C R M O F O R K BT B I K ES “ OX B R I D G E ” 6 0 6 1 -T 6 A LL O Y D RO P BA R BT B I K ES “ C L A S S I C ” BA R TA P E ( FAU X LE AT H ER ) BT B I K ES “ Q U I LL” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 1 7 ° F S A “ D U RO N X ” S E A LED B E A R I N G , 1” T H R E A D ED T EK T RO “ R F 340” LEV ER S D I A CO M P E D OW N T U B E S H I F T ER S T EK T RO “ R 35 9” A LL O Y CA LI P ER B R A K ES BT B I K ES “A F 2 2 ” 6 0 6 1 A LL O Y BT B I K ES 1.37 ” X 6 8 M M S E A LED B B BT B I K ES CAG E A LL O Y P EDA L K M C “ X 1 0 EL - 1 ” C H A I N BT B I K ES A LL O Y, C N C , 48 T C H A I N R I N G A N D COV ER S H I M A N O “ T I AG R A” 1 0 - S P EED CA S S E T T E , 12 - 28 T S H I M A N O “ T I AG R A” 1 0 - S P EED BT B I K ES “ D RO M E ” H U B, 9 M M F EM A LE B O LT AX LE BT B I K ES “ D RO M E ” H U B, 10 M M F EM A LE B O LT AX LE BT B I K ES “ D R X ” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 6 , 2 8 H BT B I K ES “ D R X ” D O U B LE WA LL , I 1 6 , 2 8 H BT B I K ES “ H A R R I S ” S LI M PA D D ED R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “ 3 7 5 ” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T I N T E G R AT ED S E AT C L A M P K EN DA 700 C X 28 C 1 0 .7 KG ( S I Z E M )

650b M AT T G R E Y F U LL 4130 C R M O, D O U B LE B U T T ED T U B I N G BT B I K ES “ R D - P LU S ” A LL O Y, TA D I S C F O R K BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N - F L AT ” 6 06 1 -T 6 B U T T ED A LL O Y BA R BT B I K ES “ U R BA N I T E ” G R I P S BT B I K ES “ O R I G I N ” F O RG ED A LL O Y S T EM , - 7 ° F S A “ N O 2 1 / 1 2 / 4 4 ” S E A LED A - H E A D S E T, 1.1/ 8” - 1.1/ 2” T EK T RO “ C L - 5 2 0 ” T R P “ S P Y R E C ” D I S C B R A K ES W I T H 1 6 0 M M RO T O R S G AT ES CA R B O N “ S 1 50 C D N ” F S A , S E A LED S Q UA R E TA P ER E C L AT “ S L A S H ” N Y L O N / F I B ERG L A S S G AT ES CA R B O N “ C D N ” 1 1 5 T B ELT G AT ES CA R B O N “ S 1 50 C D N ” 5 5 T G AT ES CA R B O N “ C DX ” 20 T CO G BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” H U B, F EM A LE AX LE BT B I K ES “ T I T LE - D I S C ” 1 1 - S P EED H U B, F EM A LE AX LE BT B I K ES “ XC D 2 1” D O U B LE WA LL , I 20, 28 H BT B I K ES “ XC D 2 1” D O U B LE WA LL , I 20, 28 H BT B I K ES “ CO M P ” R A I L S A D D LE BT B I K ES “612” A LL O Y S E AT P O S T I N T E G R AT ED S E AT C L A M P W T B “ H O R I Z O N ” CO M P, 2 7 .5 ” X 4 7 C 10. 6 KG ( S I Z E M )

SIZE

S M L XL

S M L XL

TO P T UBE LEN GT H S E AT A N G LE H E A D T U B E LEN GT H H E A D A N G LE S E AT T U B E LEN GT H B B D RO P C H A I N S TAY LEN GT H FORK OFFSET TRAIL W H EELBA S E LEN GT H S TA N D OV ER R E AC H S TAC K

528 546 565 585 73 73 73 73 100 126 153 180 6 9 ,5 7 1 7 1 ,5 7 2 510 540 570 600 65 65 65 65 416 416 416 416 50 50 50 50 73 64 60 58 1003 1008 1024 1039 757 787 815 844 372 381 392 402 511 541 568 596

5 4 4 5 6 1 5 8 2 605 7 3 , 5 7 3 , 5 7 3 72,5 1 2 5 1 4 5 1 6 5 190 7 0 , 2 7 0 , 5 7 1 71 5 0 0 5 3 0 5 5 0 580 7 0 7 0 7 0 70 4 2 3 , 9 4 2 3 , 9 4 2 3,9 423,9 5 0 5 0 5 0 50 7 0 , 2 6 8 , 2 6 5 ,1 64,9 1 0 2 5 1 0 4 0 1 0 51 1069 7 7 2 7 9 7 8 1 5 840 3 7 9 3 9 0 3 9 9 406 5 5 4 5 7 5 5 9 6 610


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