This is the Bombtrack Beyond 1 Gravel Bike. Take your adventures beyond what you though was possible.
- Top tube bag direct mounts
- Triple cage mount on down tube and seat tube for optimized bottle position & bottle cage mounts underneath the down tube
- Apex 2x10-speed levers and derailleur
- TRP SPYRE C flat mount mechanic disc brakes
- WTB Ranger tires
Tire Size: 27.5 x 2"
Weight: 12.5kg/27.56lbs (M)
Handlebar: Bombtrack Beyond Travel Bar, 31.8 Mm, 30° Flare
Grips: Bombtrack Command Bar Tape
Stem: Bombtrack Wander Forged Aluminum Stem, +17°
Levers: Sram Apex Double Tap Mechanic
Shifter: Sram Apex Double Tap 2 X 10
Brakes: Trp Spyre C Mechanic Disc Brakes With 180 Mm F / 160 Mm R Rotors
Crankset: Bombtrack Ames Forged Aluminum Crank, 24 Mm Spindle
Chain: Kmc X10 Chain, 1/2'' X 11/128'', 114l
Chainring: Aluminium / Steel, 42 / 28 T
Cassette: Sram Pg-1020 10-speed Cassette
Front Derailleur: Sram X5 Front Derailleur, High Clamp
Rear Derailleur: Sram Gx Rear Derailleur, Long Cage
Front Hub: Bombtrack Title-disc Sealed, 6-bolt Disc Hub, (15 x 100mm Thru-axle)
Rear Hub: Bombtrack Title-disc Sealed Hub,11-speed, 6-bolt Disc, (12 x 142mm Thru-axle)
Rims: Wtb St I23 Double Wall, Tcs 2.0, 32h
Saddle: Bombtrack Origin Saddle
Seat Post: Bombtrack Beech Aluminum Seatpost, 27.2mm x 400mm
Tires: Xs - S Wtb Ranger Tcs Light Folding Tire (27.5'' x 2.0''), M - Xl Wtb Ranger Tcs Light Folding Tire (29'' X 2.0'')
Bombtrack Beyond 1 Gravel Bike (Antique Gold) Review: This bike is badass. I have zero cons or complaints to say about it. It arrived ready to roll. I ride this bike around Austin, TX a lot, and love its versatility. I will ride it through streets to get to bike trails and ride it through bike trails. I ride it through pretty much any terrain. I have taken it on long trips, like a 128-mile (64-mile trail rode twice in one trip) adventure through Caprock Canyon Trailway, in the winter, which covered all kinds of terrain. I've loaded it down with gear for overnights and the bike has taken anything I throw at it.
The brand may or may not be new to you, but it is definitely a reputable brand, and not an online-only spin-up or anything. If you are looking for a bike in this category, I highly recommend this one. It will grow old with me.
I am 6'1" and 240lbs (255-post-pandemic) and need a strong bike that can hit stuff and ride over stuff. I ordered the Large and it fits great. If I wouldn't have found this in my size, I probably would have gone with a Salsa Fargo or a Marin. I've had other bikes that were too small that got uncomfortable over longer rides. This one, not at all. The only modification I have made to it was setting the tires up tubeless. This is totally worth it as I can pop a tube on a quick bump or the many thorns, screws, and random stuff found on Texas paths.