Inventory shortages got you down? We are scouring the web to find inventory restocks. Now and then, we’ll be posting bikes, components, and other gear that’s back in stock so that you can upgrade your ride or grab some fresh gear while it lasts!

This week, it’s the Otso Waheela C, Spot Acme Bike, and Some Fezzari builds and framesets.

Otso Waheela C

 

If all-terrain riding with a versatile bike that can run anything from slicks to MTB treads is in your future, the Otso Waheela C is a great option. The Waheela C is a fast carbon gravel bike with adjustable dropouts that can change the geometry, making it ideal for small or large tires. Most recently, the bike was updated with more cargo mounts to make it even more versatile, if that’s possible.

Yesterday, Otso posted on facebook that they have bikes in stock thanks to a recent shipment with the necessary drivetrain components to build complete bikes with Shimano GRX 600, GRX 800, and Campagnolo Ekar. But they also note that once they’re sold out, it will likely be November before you can purchase one again. Pricing starts at $3,750 for the Shimano GRX 600 models, and goes up from there. If you’re looking for a size or color that isn’t currently in stock, they’re also taking pre-orders for the November shipment.

Spot Acme Bike

The Acme bike is designed with the geometry of a city bike and the swiftness and lighter weight of a road bike. This makes it a great option for the daily commuter who likes to get a little more adventurous on the weekends.

Spot innovates and designs a lot of its own components. For the Acme that includes the custom carbon fork, which finds the sweet spot between solid performance and light weight. The Gates belt drive (Designed by Spot founder Wayne Lumpkin) paired with the sealed 11-speed shifter provides a lower maintenance drivetrain than the classic chain and derailleur groupsets.

This bike is back in stock and currently available in five different frame sizes and two colors. At $1,999 this bike is a reasonably-priced option considering its versatility. As an added bonus, with Spot’s lifetime warranty, you are in good hands.

Fezzari Empire Bike

The Empire is designed to be the ultimate road bike. The Monoform™ frame is strong enough to pass XC mountain bike testing, and the lack of dead spots makes for a smooth ride. The internal cable routing offers elevated sleekness. Learn more about the internal routing here.

Available builds and framesets start at $1,849 and top out at $7,499. Depending on size and build, delivery estimates range from 3 weeks to 30 weeks for bikes. The SL Frameset has just a 1 week estimated delivery time.

Fezzari La Sal Peak Comp

Fezzari La Sal Peak Comp

The La Sal is designed to take on whatever you throw at it. The innovative geometry and suspension make it a workhorse on the climb and smooth on the descent. This bike is a favorite here at BikeRumor and the La Sal Peak Comp build is back in stock.

The Comp build starts at $3,699 and estimated delivery is 2-3 weeks. Other builds range from $4,699 to $7,999 with estimated delivery ranging from 7-21 weeks.

In case you missed it, click here to check out what was back in stock last time.

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