Quiver Frameset. Go Anywhere. Do Anything.

Our Quiver frameset has been on the market for a few months now and people are starting to realize what this frameset is capable of.  It seems that we were a bit ahead of our time by developing a bicycle frameset that fit large tires and that had fender/rack mounts.  I just saw something today that one of the big boys have added this as a feature to all of their road bikes for 2014.  The ability to accept up to a 47c tire or a 35c tire with fenders makes the Quiver a great commuter bike but people are already building them up as gravel grinders, cyclocross bikes and adventure bikes.  The fact that you can run the Quiver as a single speed, geared bike or internal geared bike gives it the flexibility that most frames lack and gives you the ability to run this frame how you want to, when you want to.

We have a few things up our sleeves right now when it comes to Quiver so stay tuned. In the meantime, here's a few pictures of the latest colors that the Quiver frameset is available in.  Also, say hi to Rex the dog.



Written by: Ben Ginster Google



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Darryl Cram
Darryl Cram

August 17, 2013

Hello, I’m in Canberra, Australia and looking at merging my Salsa El Mariachi and Giant Kronos into one do everything bike. Your quiver frame looks to be the one. What sort of brakes does it use? V? How much for a frame-set to Australia?

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