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3T Exploro aero gravel bike looks even faster in Limited Edition Team Force Green

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‘Racing Green’ seems like a good color for an aero gravel bike. But even if you’re not racing, the new Limited Edition Team Force Green 3T Exploro may be tempting for its good looks and solid build.

3T Exploro aero gravel bike looks even faster in Limited Edition Team Force Green

The latest addition to the 3T Exploro family, the Limited Edition Team Force Green is mostly just a new paint color with a few component changes. That means it uses the relatively new Exploro flat mount Team frame and the 3T Fango LTD flat mount disc brake fork with 12mm thru axles front and rear.

3T Exploro aero gravel bike looks even faster in Limited Edition Team Force Green

Built with 3T’s Discus Plus C25 Pro wheels in 650b, the 24mm internal rims should offer plenty of support for the WTB Byway 47mm tires with OEM-only black sidewalls.

The rest of the build includes a SRAM Force CX1 drivetrain with HRD brakes, a 3T cockpit with an Apto Pro stem, Superergo Pro bar, and the Exploro’s custom, elastomer-isolated seatpost with a WTB Volt saddle. Offered as a complete bike as shown above, the Team Force Green checks in at $4,500 for the complete build and is available now in some sizes.

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OriginalMV
OriginalMV
4 years ago

great bike, crap seatpost.

Stu
Stu
4 years ago

I heard they revised the seat post clamp. It was indeed crap, and could render your frame useless if you got it wrong….

OrginalMV
OrginalMV
4 years ago
Reply to  Stu

3T changed it for the Strada, but that’s the same post as it’s always been on the Exploro.

Brian
Brian
4 years ago
Reply to  OrginalMV

They have a new seatpost that I am told will be free to existing owners and will be available soon.

Steven Manninen
Steven Manninen
4 years ago

Lost me on the seatpost. But great bike

BrokeA**
BrokeA**
4 years ago

The seatpost would slip down in the frame. More of a seatpost wedge clamp design flaw I believe. Not necessarily the post itself…

bikecow
4 years ago

WTB Byways in black sidewalls? Sign me up!

Riley Martin
Riley Martin
4 years ago

Where are those presta valve thingys?

Velo Kitty
Velo Kitty
4 years ago

And how come the crank arm is angled down at 7 degrees from horizontal? Totally unacceptable.

BEER and SPOKES
BEER and SPOKES
4 years ago

That British racing green colorway is straight old school fire!!!

AK_Ben
AK_Ben
4 years ago

Am I the only one who laughs at the whole “aero-gravel” thing, when the races all use big, wind-catching number plates on the front?

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