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TwinSix Standard Rando bike now comes in beautiful sky blue w/ kits to match

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2017 TwinSix Standard Rando steel complete road bike with Sky Blue paint

Following last fall’s Blaze Orange option with our other favorite color is the new Sky Blue Standard Rando from TwinSix. Still available in steel or titanium, you’ll have to go with steel if you want this painted bike with matched fenders. For $1,990 you’ll get it as shown with SRAM Rival 1, or plunk down $50 more and get Rival 22 for more gearing. Check the gallery and more details below…

2017 TwinSix Standard Rando steel complete road bike with Sky Blue paint

Shown with 650B wheel and tires, you can opt for 700c hoops and treads for lighter, faster riding, all for the same price…and they have multiple tire options for each wheel size in their build calculator, too. True base price is $1,900, but add $40 for the fenders and $50 for the saddle if you don’t already have a favorite laying around.

2017 TwinSix Standard Rando steel complete road bike with Sky Blue paint

A frameset with the steel fork is available for $600, or $640 with fenders. Choose the cable clip option that matches your intended build – singlespeed, 1x or double.

2017 TwinSix Standard Rando steel complete road bike with Sky Blue paint

2017 TwinSix Standard Rando steel complete road bike with Sky Blue paint

Basic rear and fork accessory mounts let you add bags and packs as needed. As usual, they’ve come out with an assortment of sky blue jerseys to match.

TwinSix.com

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Tom
Tom
5 years ago

Ha, classic Rando!

Seriously though, nice looking bike.

Andrew
Andrew
5 years ago

I have one in black and love it…I’d recommend this for anyone looking for a commuter/city bike/light-tourer/etc.

Craig
Craig
5 years ago

Superb. Really nice. Just one detail though. They missed not making the front fender a bit longer or fitting a mud flap. That would make it 100% perfect.

typevertigo
typevertigo
5 years ago
Reply to  Craig

Agreed.

That said, it’s an easy enough job to add SKS’ long rubber mudflaps to the front fender. I did that for my folding bike and it improved things immensely – no more wet feet when riding through puddles.

Allan
Allan
5 years ago

Hmm, had no idea they made bikes, just thought they were a clothing maker. That’s actually a pretty nice looking bike and I dig the fenders.

Dustytires
5 years ago

Stunning bit of finishing with the black and blue, nice price too. Would like a longer front fender though, in our area it could rain any time of the year.

Jack
Jack
5 years ago

I hope this is better executed than their clothing. I have found that they had nice looking designs but very poor quality product.

Custom Velo
Custom Velo
5 years ago
Reply to  Jack

I’d agree. Frame looks pretty unfinished in the join between the seat stay and dropout…

S
S
5 years ago

The paintjob is awesome. So does the matching fenders. Ok I have to admit it, it is the fenders that I like!

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