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Paul Component teams up w/ Sierra Nevada Brewing, makes Sierra Explorer custom bike

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Paul Component announced a new collaboration with Sierra Nevada Brewing – The Sierra Explorer. Made by BTCHN Bikes, with a host of nice parts from White Industries, Velocity, and more – the complete bike could be YOURS to win this April.

Paul Component Sierra Explorer bike contest

Paul Component is constantly dreaming up new goodies, and the trend continues in 2020 with a new custom ride. They’ve made more than one bike for Sierra Nevada Brewing (just check out the video below), and they signed on for yet another year. The new Sierra Explorer will be shown at the Sea Otter Classic show this year, in the beloved beer garden.

Details on the new bike are relatively slim, but we know that it’ll be a bikepacking / camping-focused design. The frame will be made by BTCHN Bikes, a new framebuilder that’s local to Paul in Chico, CA.

Other goodies on the new bike will include:

  • White Industries (cranks and hubs)
  • Velocity (rims)
  • Pass and Stow (racks)
  • Ultradynamico (tires)
  • Outershell Adventure (bags)

The best part? YOU can win this bike! There will be a text-to-win program at Sea Otter 2020, and at participating Sierra Nevada retailers from April 1 – 30. If you want to keep up with all-things-Explorer, be sure to follow the hashtag #SierraExplorerBike on Instagram.


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George Davis
George Davis
4 years ago

Yes its a beautiful steed, a California collaboration with a shout out to Colorado. But no mention in the video of the awesome wheels by Velocity made in Grand Rapids Michigan !
I don’t work there but I am a proud owner of a set

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