Born from the same ethos as the Gestalt series, the Nicasio is designed to take you Beyond Road. These endurance models let you take any path you’d like, whether it is on the asphalt or to a variety of off-road terrains. The Nicasio is for the rider looking for something different and modern, yet with traditional steel construction. Classic lines and CrMo frame tubes have the soul of a classic bike, while the 700 x 30mm-40mm or 650B x 47mm tires let riders handle any surface. - Double Butted CrMo steel frame and fork - Shimano Claris 2x8 drivetrain - Marin aluminum double wall rims on forged aluminum hubs - Promax Render R Road mechanical disc brakes
The new Romax Comp is a race ready all day road or gravel bike. The Brodie Romax Comp comes fitted with a carbon fork with a thru-axle, and 11-Spd. 105 drivetrain. But it also knows you have a day job, so it comes stock with 40c pavement tires to keep you fast, but adds comfort and traction for any terrain. Mount fenders or racks for your work week rides but it will always be ready for weekend adventure. For the person who wants to do almost anything with their bike. Race some 'Cross, go touring, commute, explore on pavement or path, do a gravel fondo, or join the Sunday morning club ride. Fender it up for winter training rides - sound like you? Cyclocross club-racers and adventure seekers need look no further yet don't hesitate to ride this machine 7 days a week - for the gravel-rider who wants the ever elusive, one bike to rule them all. For the daily commuter who loves to take the detours, community trails, dykes and alleys during the week AND on the weekends.
The popular Hook design rendered in lightweight Columbus steel. Backed by a carbon fork and Sram’s 1x11 Rival groupset, it’s fast, comfortable, and easily adapted. A threaded T47 bottom bracket and tapered headtube using external bearings mean it’s both reliable and forward thinking. Rolling on responsive yet robust wheels and 37C wide WTB Riddler tyres, these tubeless-ready options ensure the Hook 2 is never too much bike to push faster, yet unlikely to find itself flustered.
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