LAUNCHED - The new Causeway GR1.1

At long last, we are pleased to introduce some small updates to our award winning Causeway Frame kit. 

Now available is the Causeway GR1.1, where we see some new paint options, a change to super tough gloss paint finish and the removal of our internal cable manager system in favour of low density foam cable housing to remove cable rattle. 

All of the bits you love about the Causeway remain the same, with the award winning geometry and sizing, paired with our various build options via the custom bike builder. 

In addition to this, and in an attempt to simplify our range slightly, we have created some complete bike build options, which will help us improve our In Stock visibility at all times. 

Split down into 2 rider types for now, Backroad and Trail, we offer multiple price points and specifications designed to fit the needs of our growing network of riders. 

Don't worry though, all of our bike are still built to order and you can still select any of the complete bikes to be built on any of our frame sizes and colours. We also have some upgrade options listed on the product page to help make your new bike that little bit more custom to your preference.

Backroad, for those gravel grinders and commuters, the GR1.1 is designed around our Causeway Chassis kit, and equips the rider with the right build to rack up miles both on and off-road, while retaining that capability to venture wherever your imagination can take you.

Flared bars offer stability and confidence, and central body weight position help retain maximum comfort over those longer miles. 



Trail, for riders who may come from a slightly more MTB background and want each and every ride to pack a punch full of fast singletrack and more man made style trails. 

Wider handlebars, paired with a shorter stem provide faster handling, and upgraded brake rotors help keep things rubber side down when the trail ahead gets a but rowdy. 

Browse complete bikes to see the full range. Shop Here

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