Bike Collection

Road

Motivus Maximus

A carbon road-racing machine designed with the versatility to take on the tight quick handling of crit courses with the comfort and stability required of long road races, gran fondos and centuries. The aero design considers water bottles in place for more accurate windflow. Comes with three rear dropouts (130QR rim brake, 135QM disc brake, 142×12 disc brake) in case you want to pare down your wheel collection. Versatile, good looking, and built for speed. Just like you.

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Hellafaster

Made from custom-drawn 6061 aluminum tubing in our celebrated race-ready geometry, this is a no-nonsense racing machine. It's lively, responsive and nimble handling whether in tight crit races or bashing down gravel roads. Meaning it's also durable and tough as nails. It's also Di2 ready and fully understands your desire to run 28-mm tires. Proudly made in the US.

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Full Tilt Boogie

This is a full carbon cross frame that isn't messing around. Tuned for super responsive acceleration off start lines, through hole shots, out of hairpins and wherever else instantaneous speed is needed. Oh, and we added bottle cage bosses, cuz humans get thirsty. But forget cantilevers, this frameset is disc only. Not to mention light, smooth, responsive and thru-axle or quick release compatible.

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Aloominator

Ultimately designed for elite-level cyclocross racing, if you live out where the roads aren’t paved, this is also an ideal gravel bike. Along with a tubeset and geometry tuned for performance, you’ll also have enough clearance to put on a cushy set of 40-mm tires if you want. Made from custom-drawn 6061 tubing, it can stand up to punishing conditions. But you’ll also get through that stuff in a hurry. Proudly made here in the US.

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A.D.D.

We may be the only bike company in the world to suggest you only need to own a single bike. But having pioneered the gravel/adventure bike realm (ahem, Country Road Bob, circa 2000) we know a thing or two about designing bikes with a tasty blend of performance, durability and versatility.

It’s an idea we’ve pushed even further with the A.D.D. Road bike, CX bike, mountain bike, loaded touring/adventure bike—you can run 700 x 25–40mm road, CX or gravel tires, or switch up your wheels and run 27.5 x 2.1" MTB knobbies. There are also bosses for 3 bottle cages, eyelets for racks and fenders, weather-resistant cable routing, and dropout options for your wheel collection, all on a single high-performance 7005 series aluminum frame.

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Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

While you could race the Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, you’ll win more style points than cash. Comfort and stability took design precedence over high performance and low weight —the trade-off for a do-all geometry with a super smooth relaxed ride, and a penchant for having fun.

The low standover and spacing to fit tires from 700 x 28 to 29 x 2.1 suit rough-road and off-road use. And the geometry gives you the option of flat bars or drops, and lets you slap on fenders and racks for long-range endeavors. You can even run a belt drive. And since it’s made from 4130 CrMo, it can take some knocks and not even flinch, which is perfect for adventure, cross country touring, monster cross, gravel grinders, and deflecting the insults of frustrated motorists as you commute faster than they do.

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Drag Strip Courage

This is a dual-function track bike. Meaning you can do a points race, then flip the stem, add aero bars, and presto change-o, it's ready for pursuits. It's like having two high-performance bikes in one, and room for an extra teammate in the car. Designed in collaboration with US Olympian Jame Carney.

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mountain

Jersey Devil

Our 29er returns only this time in carbon. With a cross-country geometry designed for all-around performance and durability, it’s a hard tail, and a hard ass. One that’s built to take serious off-road punishment yet still handle nimbly through technical rocky single track, unexpected off camber turns. And it’s light enough to climb with steep pitches and blaze the ensuing downhill runs.

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Primo Ballerino

When you eye up the Primo Ballerino, maybe the first thing that comes to mind isn’t apocalypse readiness. No, you’re probably thinking the Primo Ballerino is gonna be a blast. And you’re right, it is.

Clearance for 5-inch tires gives it an exceptional girth to mirth ratio. And paried with a responsive and sprightly carbon frame, you’;; have a generous amount of performance too.

You can bomb downhills, cruiser over beaches, ride in the snow, and glide through obnoxious rock gardens with ease. You can also flee along burned-out city streets rolling over stuff in your path, like, say, looted storefronts and zombie corpses. Be prepared is all we’re saying. And have fun in the meantime.

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Ramble Tamble

Sporting a tapered head tube, clearance for 2.3” tires and large fork crowns, a lowered stand-over height, BB30, and rear dropouts available in 135 QR and 142×12 you have options. Set it up as a really sweet single-speed, or any other drivetrain you might be fond of. Race it, or just show off how light you can make it, or both.

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Gnarzan

The Gnarzan is not your dad’s mountain bike.  It’s a thoroughly modern hardtail made for getting radical. Nimble enough for everyday riding and aggressive enough for a day at the bike park. With slack geometry and 27.5+/29er tire clearance you can tune your ride to dish out the right level of speed vs. gnar depending on how you feel like riding that day: 29er x 2.3″ for slicing through the single track, or 27.5×3.0″ for velcro grip and seeking out the steep grades & big drops.  The frame features a sturdy 6061 frame, Boost 148×12 technology, ISCG-05 mounts, dropper post routing, and an old-school english threaded bottom bracket (as well as no pivot points, bushings, or bearings) to keep the just-get-on-and-shred-gnar ride level real.

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