The Tour Divide-inspired Cutthroat Carbon GRX 600 is one of the best bikes for long rides through a variety of conditions and surfaces when speed is of the essence. Designed with drop-bar mountain bike geometry and a lightweight carbon frame featuring our Class 5™ VRS for comfortable compliance, Cutthroat is ready to put in big miles on any terrain. Shimano’s GRX 600 drivetrain provides brilliant braking and shifting with the gear range for gravel flats and mountain passes alike.
Cutthroat Carbon GRX 810 is an immensely capable carbon bike, designed and built to be a tour de force on the Tour Divide. Cutthroat’s lightweight carbon frame with Class 5™ VRS offers a finely-tuned blend of stiffness for pedaling efficiency and compliance for all-day comfort. Cutthroat’s geometry is stable when picking your way down steep, loose descents but aggressive enough for enduring a full day of headwinds. Shimano’s GRX 810 drivetrain delivers effortless shifting and braking.
Warbird Carbon GRX 600 2x is a gravel race bike, but it’s built for much more than just speed. The compliant carbon frame with our gravel bike geometry and Class 5™ Vibration Reduction System (VRS) is comfortable on unmaintained roads. A simple tire swap and this bike is lightweight enough to keep up with roadies in a group ride or for a ride on the SART to the beach.
Our Ventura bikes borrow heavily from our race-proven geometry to help keep you in front on the local Saturday ride. But we’ve softened the edges of that geo just a bit for a more comfortable and confident ride so you can head out again on Sunday, still fresh and ready to hammer your buddies one more time.
Straggler is tuned for cross-over exploration on a wide variety of terrain conditions. It’s a day-tripper and a weekender. It’s a ‘rough road’ road bike, a steel gravel bicycle that thrives on the road.Think of it as a “mountain biker’s road bike.”
Straggler’s capabilities go well beyond asphalt. It also lends itself well to light touring setups. We're talking frame bags, seat bags, and "credit card touring” rather than full-blown touring.
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