The ALLROAD is a legitimate road racing machine. Put 25c tires on, and no watt goes wasted. It’s plenty light for epic climbs, it’s designed to deliver beefy stiffness under power, yet it has a gentle ease on chip seal. But put 35c tires on it and you’ll discover its alter ego -- a ripping-fast gravel bike easily capable of managing dirt hardpack and moderate rock. The ALLROAD is our Swiss Army Knife of bikes. Again and again we marvel at how dynamic it is at balancing road agility with off-road stability.
A question we’re asked everyday is “ALLROAD or ABLE?” Both bikes offer heaps of versatility, but each has different leanings. If you’re looking for a bike capable of navigating steep, rock-intensive terrain -- including chunky gravel -- then you’ll want to choose the ABLE. But if your daily dirt is perhaps a bit less-rugged, such as dirt county roads and marble-like gravel, then the ALLROAD is unquestionably the best choice.
The ALLROAD frameset will come as a frame, fork and headset. It requires a 27.2mm seatpost, a 68mm (English) threaded bottom bracket and flat-mount disc brakes.
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