2017 Speedvagen Team Issue Cyclocross Bike available on pre-order for limited time in stock sizes

For Vanilla Workshop fans that can’t stomach a multi-year wait list, the Speedvagen spinoff is a godsend. And now, finally, there’s a cyclocross bike to go with the OG1 road bike and Urban Racer commuter bike. The new Speedvagen Team Issue Cyclocross Bike takes all the good stuff on a new Ready Made version in stock sizes, and available in two complete builds. Even though they’re making stock offerings, these are a limited run…

2017 Speedvagen Team Issue Cyclocross Bike available on pre-order for limited time in stock sizes

Pre-orders are open from July 18 until August 1. It’s a short window, but it means they’ll be able to make ’em, paint ’em, build ’em and ship ’em to you in time for this ‘cross season.

2017 Speedvagen Team Issue Cyclocross Bike available on pre-order for limited time in stock sizes

2017 Speedvagen Team Issue Cyclocross Bike available on pre-order for limited time in stock sizes

Choose from the CX-R with a full SRAM Force 1 build kit (starts at $5,995) or the CX-X build with a custom 1x setup using Dura Ace Di2 shifters, Easton EC90 SL cranks, and Shimano XTR Di2 rear derailleur (starts at $8,995). Both are disc brake only, and get an ENVE CX fork and Schwalbe 700×32 tires. All get the standard Speedvagen CX frame features including Berzerker disc dropouts, integrated seatmast, and strategically placed stainless reinforcements The CX-R uses a Ritchey/PRO cockpit, and the X gets a full ENVE cockpit.

2017 Speedvagen Team Issue Cyclocross Bike available on pre-order for limited time in stock sizes

Like their other bikes, it’s made in the USA. The frame uses lightweight custom steel tubes from Columbus and True Temper. Three iconic paint options – NEW Team Issue scheme, Ghost Matte Army or Ghost Vanilla Blue

2017 Speedvagen Team Issue Cyclocross Bike available on pre-order for limited time in stock sizes

Available in the full stock size run ranging from 48-60cm with custom upgrades including carbon seat tube, ENVE wheels, Dugast tubulars and more.

TheVanillaWorkshop.com

15 comments

  1. Tom on

    Seems like Vanilla/Speedwagen is doing a full court press on publicity. I’m having Sasha White’s itinerary tattooed on my arm so I don’t miss the opportunity to have a personal fitting with him.

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  2. Raymond Epstein on

    Or you could get a full custom Groundskeeper from Soulcraft for about the same cost from a builder that has been around far longer without all the hype.

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    • Ninja on

      So I checked out the Soulcraft website and . . . really? You think it’s in the same ballpark? They look like nice bikes and I’m sure they are well made and all but . . . really? The paint? The fork? The details? For the same money? Nope.

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