Carbon Adventure Frameset

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  • What comes after the pavement stops and you point your wheel towards the road less traveled? Does the sound of gravel under your wheels put a smile on your face, like when you were a little kid and your bike gave you that first taste of freedom? If you're longing for a bike that can take you away from the day to day, we know the feeling all too well. When we set out to introduce this bike we had only adventure on the mind. 

    See the Carbon Adventure Bike in action at The Toure de Chequamegon.

    Designed to be light, comfortable and capable, the Carbon Adventure bike is built for more than just gravel. This go anywhere platform features flat mount disc brakes, thru axles for increased power transfer, internal shift cable or electronic shift routing and is compatible with 700c and 650b road plus wheels. Triple water bottle and rear rack mount points ensure that this nimble carbon rig is ready to take you wherever your ride leads; even down the road less traveled. Follow your passion. Live your Fyxation!

    Interested in a custom bike? Shoot us an email at info@fyxation.com and we can work with you on putting together your ideal build. Ultegra, Di2, Lauf... we got it. Whether you're looking for a do-all road bike or dedicated adventure machine, reach out to us and we can quote you a full custom build. All our completes are fully assembled in Milwaukee so custom fat bikes are easy for us to turn around.

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    • Frame: Fyxation Carbon Adventure full carbon frame - 1360g
    • Rear Spacing: 142mm with 12mm through axle (skewer incl.)
    • Fork: Fyxation full carbon fork - 455g
    • Front Spacing: 100mm with 12mm through axle (skewer incl.)
    • Disc Brake Mounts: Flat mount disc, 140mm rotor
    • Tire Clearance: 700 x 42c, 650 x 47mm
    • BB Shell: 68mm ISO threaded
    • Internal shift cable and electronic shift routing
    • Headset: Integrated 42mm / 52mm
    • Seatpost Diameter: 27.2mm
    • Seatpost Clamp: 31.8mm
    • Replaceable derailleur hanger
    • Frame size: XS (48), S (50), M (52), L (54), XL (56)
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    FRAME SIZE XS S M L XL
    Recommended Height 5'0" - 5'4" 5'4" - 5'6" 5'7" - 5'9" 5'10" - 6'0" 6'1" - 6'3"
    Seat Tube Angle (degree) 75.0 73.5 73.0 72.5 72.5
    Head Tube Angle (degree) 70.75 71.25 71.5 71.5 71.5
    Seat Tube Length 480mm 500mm 520mm 540mm 560mm
    Top Tube Length 514mm 534mm 550mm 565mm 580mm
    Head Tube Length 120mm 140mm 155mm 180mm 195mm
    BB Drop 77.5mm 75mm 75mm 72.5mm 72.5mm
    Chainstay Length 440mm 440mm 440mm 440mm 440mm
    Wheelbase 1020mm 11022mm 1030mm 1040mm 1053mm
    Standover Height 747mm 765mm 781mm 800mm 816mm
    Fork Length 404mm 404mm 404mm 404mm 404mm
    Fork Rake 52mm 52mm 52mm 52mm 52mm
    Stack 551mm 571mm 586mm 607mm 623mm
    Reach 366mm 365mm 371mm 373mm 384mm
  • Our complete bikes ship via FedEx in a well padded professional bike box. The bikes ship 95% assembled and you'll simply need a few tools to get your bike built up and on the road. As always, we recommend taking your bike to your local bike shop to get it built up properly. If you don't have a shop nearby, you'll need a pedal wrench and a hex wrench to assemble your bike.

    * Contact us at info@fyxation for international shipping rates


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08/24/2017
Glen

Well Engineered Design With An Entry Level Price

I picked up this frame set for my wife. She was riding an old mtn bike on the local gravel trail, and her road bike was collecting dust. This replaced both bikes. The frame is very well designed, and builder friendly. The thing I was looking for was a threaded bottom bracket. I am fed up with press fit brackets. The internal cable routing is really well thought out. Especially in the fork. I really like the routing through the fork. I have 2 other disc road / gravel bikes, and it is a challenge getting the front cable not to rub anything. The internal cable routing in the down tube was a snap. The cable stops unbolt, so you can remove them, and easily access the cables. Even the spacing on the chainstays is well designed. They are vertical, so the Q factor is very narrow. Even with the 142 rear spacing, I was able to use the crankset from my wife's old 2009 road bike with the cartridge BB! The only thing that gave me any grief was the flat mount brakes. I opted for 160 discs, and needed to add spacers. The rear is designed for a 140 disc, and the front requires an adaptor whether you use a 140 or a 160. The mounting on the fork appears to be spaced for a post mount caliper, but it's not, so don't be confused like I was, and buy a post mount caliper for the front. I recommend going with 140mm discs, so you only need one adapter for the front, and longer bolts for the rear.

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