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Gunnar Grand Disc Touring
$2,500.00 $3,235.00 23% Off
Color: Gunnar Blue Size: 54cm A touring bicycle is a true long-haul machine: A comfortable fit, a strong frameset, a wide gearing range, stable handling and places for everything you'll take with you. The Grand Disc Touring by Gunnar checks every one of those boxes. High-performance bicycles -on or off pavement- need to carry just the rider. A touring bicycle, however, must be able to carry camping gear, supplies, food and other essentials. The strong chromoly steel frameset is the "backbone" needed to prevent rubbery handling at speed. Mounts for racks, fenders and bottle cages (at least two!) are a requirement for every touring bicycle worthy of the name. A long wheelbase and room for wide tires adds comfort to every mile. All that is engineered into the Grand Disc Touring's True Temper OX Platinum frame. Quality is built into every Gunnar bicycle in Waterford, Wisconsin. If an extended tour is planned on, plenty of cargo will fill panniers and bags, resulting in a heavy steed. Thankfully, the Grand Disc Touring features a Sugino alloy crankset with 48/36/26T triple chainrings. Out back, a Shimano Deore XT rear derailleur shifts across a Shimano 11-34T cassette, offering a massive gearing range for tackling challenging inclines while loaded down. Shimano bar-end shifters are adjustable in the field if a different cassette is installed. The Grand Disc Touring is equipped with durable 36-spoke alloy wheels that boast high-flange hubs and stainless steel spokes. Meaty 700x37c Continental CityRide tires soak up impacts while adding grip on rough pavement. TRP's Spyre cable-operated disc brakes add confident stopping power in all conditions, -rain or shine- even while loaded down. The way a bicycle keeps a rider comfortable during day-long adventures can't be understated. Gunnar bicycles added a Brooks B17 genuine leather saddle to the Grand Disc Touring, while natural bar tape brings an extra touch of comfort to the alloy drop handlebars. Now, go find a map!
Salsa Vaya GRX 600
Vaya GRX 600 lets you head out for rides that seamlessly cover everything from fresh asphalt to chunky gravel. The triple-butted tubing provides a silky steel ride, and the ability to run high-volume tires adds to the plush factor. Vaya's geometry and cargo-mounting options make it a prime choice for carrying the goods you need for long days in the saddle or light touring loads for multi-day trips. Shimano's GRX 600 drivetrain is a reliable performer no matter what your ride has in store.
Giant Contend 3
Smooth, fast, and fun. This versatile aluminum road bike has been revamped to give it a well-rounded performance ride quality. It’s the perfect choice to help you push the pace, ride more miles, and expand your road riding experience. Designed for aspiring riders aiming to ride a little faster and go a little farther, Contend offers a smooth, efficient ride quality and a quick, agile feel on the road. The innovative D-Fuse seatpost helps reduce road shocks and vibrations, and there’s enough frame and fork clearance to run wider tires (up to 32mm) to further smooth out the ride. Engineered and built in Giant’s industry-leading aluminum forging facility, it’s a true all-rounder for ambitious road riders. - Balanced road geometry: Frame is specifically engineered to produce a balanced, all-rounder feel that blends confident rider positioning with agile cornering and acceleration. - Smooth ride quality: Innovative D-Fuse seatpost design reduces road shocks and vibrations, and a Giant WheelSystem lets you run tubeless tires up to 32c for smoother ride quality and reduced risk of flats. - Total control: Seamless disc-brake integration including flat mounts and 12mm front and rear thru-axles produces more consistent braking power for better control, even in wet weather and rough roads.
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