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The quiver is back and here to stay! It has been redesigned in order to be redefined. Originally introduced in 2012 the purpose of this frame was to give you a single platform that you could do most things on one ride. In the bike or ski industry most people talk about their "quiver" which basically means they own a ton of gear to do what they want. The Fyxation Quiver was designed to do it all and with it's wide tire clearance, ample fender/rack mounts and durable steel frame, this bike truly is your one bike Quiver. This package includes the Sparta All Road carbon fork for weight reduction and added rack mounts. This fork uses a 12mm thru axle which is included. See all the Sparta specifications here.
Designed here in Milwaukee, the Quiver is built around a 4130 chromoly steel frame and fork that was built to handle the toughest urban environments, gravel trails and the open road. The Quiver Disc geometry has been updated to handle a week of bike packing, touring or even your local cyclocross race. The Quiver performs flawlessly on the open road road, remote gravel trails and on our daily commute into the office.
With the introduction of disc brakes and tire clearance up to 42mm you can be sure to maintain control where ever your ride may take you. Featuring full rack and fender mounts that include bottle cage spaced mounts on the fork this bike is ready for anything. Each frame is ED coated which is an automotive level frame protection which means this frame will last a lifetime.
|Recommended Height||5'0" - 5'4"||5'4" - 5'6"||5'6" - 5'9"||5'9" - 6'0"||6'0" - 6'3"||6'3" - 6'6"|
||Seat Tube Angle (degree)||75.0||75.0||73.5||73.5||73.0||72.5|
||Head Tube Angle (degree)||70.0||71.0||72.0||72.0||72.5||72.5|
||Seat Tube Length||460mm||490mm||530mm||560mm||590mm||620mm|
||Top Tube Length||510mm||529mm||537mm||565mm||580mm||600mm|
||Head Tube Length||110mm||117mm||126mm||157mm||190mm||216mm|
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