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BreadWinner Cycles takes to gravel with limited edition G-Road 650b dream build

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If the influx of gravel specific components has you thinking about a new bike, maybe it’s time to consider something a little more… custom. BreadWinner Cycles is no stranger to beautiful, custom bikes and their new G-Road is no exception. There’s one catch though – the G-Road Limited Edition is only available for pre-order until this friday.

BreadWinner Cycles takes to gravel with limited edition G-Road 650b dream build

BreadWinner Cycles takes to gravel with limited edition G-Road 650b dream build BreadWinner Cycles takes to gravel with limited edition G-Road 650b dream build

Starting with a hand built steel frame with stainless thru axle dropouts, the frameset is completed with a Chris Igleheart thru axle fork. Both frame and fork offer clearance for 650b x 54mm or larger depending on the tire and rim combination for g-road shredding. While the wheels are held in place with The Rober Axle Project thru axles, the frame and fork have tons of options for accessory mounting including King Cage Manythings, lowrider front racks, fenders, and more. Since it’s custom, you can pick and choose the options, and you’re also getting a full custom geometry with every bike made to order.

BreadWinner Cycles takes to gravel with limited edition G-Road 650b dream build BreadWinner Cycles takes to gravel with limited edition G-Road 650b dream build

BreadWinner Cycles takes to gravel with limited edition G-Road 650b dream build

There are always other options, but the base G-Road includes a Limited Edition paint scheme by Color works and a SRAM Force 1x drivetrain, Thomson cockpit, Fabric saddle, Chris King hubs, and a color matched Silca Impero Ultimate frame pump.

BreadWinner Cycles takes to gravel with limited edition G-Road 650b dream build BreadWinner Cycles takes to gravel with limited edition G-Road 650b dream build

Available for pre-order only until October 20th, G-Roads will sell for $6,395 as shown and will require a $500 deposit by this Friday.

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bsavery
5 years ago

Oh, the lengths roadies will go to not just buy a mountain bike

Nathan Balsdon
Nathan Balsdon
5 years ago
Reply to  bsavery

i would bet most people buying bikes like this are mountain bikers.. in the same way you wouldn’t take your XC bike to Whistler Bike Park you wouldn’t use your mountain bike for a 100km + gravel road ride.

Kernel Flickitov
Kernel Flickitov
5 years ago
Reply to  Nathan Balsdon

Dude… Cut the reasonable schtick, let bsavery enjoy the fruits of his flame bait. C’mon now!

Robin
Robin
5 years ago

On the seventh day, the Flying Spaghetti Monster created the metal head badge and deemed that all bikes should have them.

Ramen.

JBikes
JBikes
5 years ago

I’m just going to re-iterate my hatred for mismatching “roadie” lycra (which I love) with baggies/casual wear (which I also love). Heck, I’m known to go full roadie when riding aggressive off-road on my long travel mtb, and maybe I’m just vain, but the mixing just looks goofy imo.

Cru
Cru
5 years ago
Reply to  JBikes

Baggie pants with lycra jersey is perfectly fine in my book. (deleted)

JD
JD
5 years ago
Reply to  JBikes

You’ll be glad to know then that the gentleman in the picture is wearing merino, not lycra.

Threeringcircus
Threeringcircus
5 years ago

That’s one of the sweetest looking bikes I’ve seen in a while.

Tim
Tim
5 years ago

Very cool looking bike. I just can’t get over the brand’s name, it always felt goofy to me.

RetiredRudeBoy
RetiredRudeBoy
5 years ago

Want. That rear dropout is stunning. Fork is absurd.

Dirka
Dirka
5 years ago

36 mm head tube. What the actual finch?

Robin
Robin
5 years ago
Reply to  Dirka

1 finch = 25.4 millerbirds

Cheese
Cheese
5 years ago
Reply to  Dirka

It’s a custom frame, Dirka. Typically Tony (pictured) and Ira will use whichever head tube diameter you prefer if Chris’s fork isn’t your bag.

Dirka
Dirka
5 years ago
Reply to  Cheese

Oh I get the custom thing. I was just really thrown off by that size. Where would you even get an ec36 headset?

Or am I missing something?

Absolutely gorgeous frame, though.

MGK
MGK
5 years ago

Elephant

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