Custom Bombtrack Audax
Bombtrack Audax, an all Road bike that recalls a classic Randonneur. A versatile frame, fast and comfortable enriched with custom modifications and high-end components. For the series “House Blend” by Bombtrack we shoot a video of the full building process.
Custom Open U.P.
OPEN U.P. in Size M – Custom paint Rosso Maranello with SRAM Force AXS Levers and SRAM X01 Derailleur; DT SWISS CR1400 Wheels; RedShift Shockstop stem; THOMSON elite 0 offset and BROOKS C17 Saddle.
Bombtrack Hook Ext C
Size M, Campagnolo EKAR Groupset, Fulcrum RapidRed 3 wheelset, Panaracer Gracelking SK 700 x 38, Salsa Cowbell 44 cm handlebar, ZIPP service course SL stem and WTB Volt saddle.
Genesis Croix de Fer Ti
Shimano GRX 600 2 x 11 groupset, DT SWISS ER 1600 wheelset, WTB ByWay 700 x 34 tires, ZIPP service course SL seat post, ZIPP XPLR 70 SL handlebar 42cm, REDSHIFT Shockstop stem and BROOKS Swallow saddle.
SURLY Straggler Salmon
Size 60, SRAM Rival 1 Crankset, Shimano XT 11 speed, Shimano DEORE 11 – 42 cassette, AVID BB4 brakes, BROOKS C17 Saddle, WTB Riddler 700×45 Tires, SHIMANO MT 500 Wheels
BOMBTRACK Audax frame, Shimano Ultegra 2×11 groupset, DT-SWISS ER 1600 Wheelset, WTB EXPANSE 700×36, SRAM 1170 cassette 11-36, ZIPP Service Course SL Finishing Kit, BROOKS C17 Saddle
Surly Bridge Club
Surly Bridge Club in size L, SRAM SX groupset, Shimano MT 500 Wheels 27,5”, Vittoria Mezcal 27,5 x 2.6 “, Surly Moloko Handlebar, SRAM Level brakes and BROOKS C17 Saddle.
BROTHER Mehthe in size M, SRAM Force 1 levers, SRAM Force 1 derailleur, PRAXIS Alba Cranckset, GARBARUK 36T Chainring, GARBARUK XD 10-46 cassette, HUNT Carbon Wheelset, PANARACER Gravelking 700×43 tires, THOMSON Elite finishing kit, FIZIK Saddle, WOLFTOOTH Performance Headset, TRP Spyre Brakes
Bombtrack Beyond 2
BOMBTRACK Beyond 2 in size M, SRAM Rival 1 groupset, SRAM SX Crankset, Shimano SLX 11-46 cassette, SALSA Woodchipper Handlebar 46cm, PANARACER Gravelking SK 700×50 tires, BROOKS B17 Saddle, DT-SWISS M1900 30mm wheelset
Custom Kona Libre
KONA Libre size M, SRAM RED eTap Levers, SRAM RED CRANKSET 40t, QUARQ Power Meter, SRAM XX1 AXS derailleur, SRAM XX1 Gold 10-50 cassette, DT-SWISS XM1500 Wheelset
Custom Niner MTB
Developed around the custom-built wheels, this MTB Niner bike has been assembled from scratch with all its components. The result? A reactive and fun bike perfect for every kind of ride.
As soon as I heard the word cromovelata, my eyes lit up… Finally the right opportunity to try this finish. This bike synthesizes well the Palo Alto Bikes philosophy: a balanced mix of old school and modern times, steel and composites, light and dark. Assembled from scratch from just a picture, the bike features a Columbus “Brain” frame, Shimano 105 group set and Mavic Ksyrium Pro wheel, all enclosed in 8.4 kg.
While the traveled distance increases, the one between the cyclist, the environment and the bicycle decreases – this is the result of the gravel world. Hence the need to have a more “personal” link with the vehicle. An example is this Specialized “Sequoia” renamed Mantra: two-color repainting, custom sticker reminiscent of the logo of the frame-builder Mertz and controls moved to the handlebars to leave room for bags … the Mantra is now ready for new adventures!
“A Rossin deserves a special treatment”, that’s what I thought when this old frame was brought to me to became a blue and chrome bike. New chrome plating, pearl paint, wheels built from scratch and partly new and partly restored components. A “Volare” Cinelli saddle and matching Rossin decals complete this single speed.
A gift by the father in the 80s, this Bianchi, equipped with Campagnolo and Regina Extra 6v box, was in the need to be brought back to its original splendor.
Once sandblasting was carried out, the original red color was restored using current products. Polished circles and hubs, restored wheels, decals created on the basis of the originals and the “Regal” San Marco saddle complete the restoration.
Used as a indoor training bike with rolls, this Wilier was eager to see the asphalt again.
After restoring the bidon holes and the cable housing worn by the sweat, a simple black and gray scheme was implemented. Custom decals and a new full carbon fork complete the restoration of this ultralight with Easton tubing mounted Shimano Ultegra 9V.
Red Single Speed
“I want it red” for the rest I had free hand. For the frame I chose a Columbus “Extra EL”, light but at the same time stiff. To give it a pistard look, the supports of the bottle holder were welded and chain stay, lugs and fork were chromed. Few finl touches: 32mm aluminum rims, a quick-release Affix rear hub, Bullhorn handlebar and a fantastic “Concor” San Marco saddle.