Seems each year, TwinSix releases a limited edition colorway for their steel Standard Rando touring road bike, and this year it’s a seasonally appropriate crimson red. In the past, we’ve seen hi-vis yellow, blazing orange and sky blue. The frame itself carries over unchanged, which means you get regular QR dropouts, disc brakes, fender mounts with a couple extra attachment points for racks, and a matching steel fork.
Sold as a frameset for $600 (or $640 with paint-matched metal fenders), it’s the same price now as it has been for years, which is refreshing.
The complete bikes start at $1,725 and max out at $1,865 with options like fenders, and the choice between SRAM Rival 1×11 or 2×11 groups. It’ll fit up to 700×43 tires, or 650Bx47. Their bike builder is simple and lets you choose wheel size, stem size and other options to get it just the way you want it.
Moving fast are these new long-sleeve merino wool cycling jerseys for $160, available in olive, black and grey. Hurry though, some sizes and colors are already very limited or sold out.
Or get a jump on spring with two of their latest jersey designs, the Victor (black) and the Peloton. Each retails for $135, or check out the rest of their collection, most of which is on sale as of this post going live.