Some do bearing in mind we are more socially aware and responsible . Look at chain reaction/amazon not paying uk tax
I like it but I don't at the same time... great frame but not sure about the paint!
I know what you mean. A little too much going on.
The paint job is rad, way over the top
for the REAL adventurists, a far east fork thats flat mount, thru axle and has mudguard mounts here.
Needs mid fork eyelets for Rando Rackz like the rodeo spork
Is the Niner RDO gravel eyelets rated for a rack?
No, bottle cages only
Is it not?
XTR groupset because no medium/long cage dura ace?? Actually looks nice
Sorry, nevermind then!
probably more that shimano don't officially make road NW chainrings or a clutch/shadow mech
orrrr....maybe just the loaded gear range..Do you see a single ring at the front?
on the Open? yes
I finished my gravel grinder / cx build yesterday, a Trek Crockett Disc -frameset with Shimano Alfine/XT Di2 1x11 drivetrain. More pictures. Based on the few short rides I've had time for so far the bike is spot-on, and Di2 shifting is superb.
Nice, I like that a lot.
This is strong
367 a-c GTFO
50mm bluemel for the rear. I've been cycling year around for I think 8 years now and this is the first time I have bike with somewhat proper mudguards. Feels quite nice :D
as soon as you put mudguards on it, it doesent belong in this thread
Hi guys, not sure if this is the right thread for it but decided to post it here instead. Was hoping you can help me out with choosing a frame. More and more, I've been travelling outside London/UK with my road bike in tow but most of the paths I encounter are off road track so I think it's better if I just get one of these gravel frames. My road bike can only handle a max 28c tyre and its already tight at this point.
Steel or titanium would be preferred. Able to run 650b is a massive plus, would like to try disc brake. Thru axles would be nice. Fenders.
Here's a list of frames I've been looking at (budget is roughly 1500,can go higher for the right frame)
I apologize of this is the wrong place to ask, was debating whether is hold post this on recommend me a road bike.
Surly straggler may also fit your brief? They seem popular on here but no doubt someone else will come along with a better suggestion
I just plumped for this: http://www.tritoncycles.co.uk/frames-forks-c6/road-touring-frames-c47/charge-plug-5-ti-frameset-2016-p16385
Depending on your size it could work for you too? No Thru axles, but you could use the cash saved to upgrade to a thru axle fork.
Also this: https://www.alwaysriding.co.uk/twin-six-standard-rando-frameset.html
But again press fit BB and no thru axles.
Soma Double cross disc?
or new Soma fog cutter, if you can source it over here.
Pinnacle Arkose ticks those boxes, but Alu. I think people have got 2" 650 tyres in there.
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