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.Explore
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.Explore
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.Explore
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.Explore