We built the frame taking into account the components we wanted to use, especially the saddle and handlebars. Initially we opted for a Jones Bar, but finally we changed to a Ritchey Kyote.
For the construction of the custom frame we chose to use Columbus ZONA tubing in the whole set of tubes and rocker dropouts from Paragon machine Works. The best choice for mounting the drivetrain.
Steel fork and QR with load-bearing mounts.
The choice of drivetrain was defined from the start and we opted to mount a Rohloff hub to minimize maintenance and have an adequate gear range to be able to move the bike over almost any type of terrain and loaded.
The SON dynamo hub and Busch & Muller lights offer safety and visibility at any time of the day, apart from that with the hub and the CINQ5 you can charge the electronics or powerbanks as you pedal, therefore, the energy during the trip would be assured.
Some custom bags have been made to complete the cargo space. A large frame bag made by BIKEPACKID and a duffel bag to be placed on the
|Columbus ZONA tubing with Paragon Machine Works Rocker sliding dropouts for Rholoff.
|SON28 Disc 36h dynamo hub.
|Busch & Muller IQ-X 100 Lumen front light.
|Busch & Muller Top Line rear light.
|CINQ5 USB charger without battery.
|Ryde A321 rims.
|DT SapimRace spokes.
|Hub Rohloff 500/14 TS DB and 18T sprocket.
|Ritchey Kyote handlebar.
|Ergotec Shark stem.
|Cane Creek Forty headset.
|BBB Skyscrapper seatpost.
|Brooks B17 saddle.
|Shimano ZEE 170mm crankset.
|Shimano ZEE 38T crankset.
|Maxxis IKON EXO 3C 29×2.2” Maxxis IKON EXO 3C tires.
|Shimano SLX hydraulic brakes.
|Tubus Logo EVO rear rack.
|BIKEPACKID custom bags