Soma Wolverine Gravelo: Gravelo is one our three Wolverine house builds.
Foundry Overland: Gravel bike extraordinaire. If you’ve ever ridden titanium, you’ll understand.
Salsa Deadwood: For distance bikepacking over especially chunky or rutted terrain, the cromoly/carbon-fork Deadwood is unbeatable.
Salsa Fargo: Salsa’s off-road, off-grid adventure craft has developed a cult status as an off-road touring and bikepacking machine.
Salsa Warbird: A race bike designed for the gravel roads, firelanes, and other surfaces that ordinary road bikes don’t like. Close to road geometry and fit, but with some key differences.
2016 Salsa Vaya Ti XO. Salsa took a touring bike and made it a fast, all-day gravel/dirt machine. Double instead of triple crankset, 41 mm Knards instead of Schwalbe Marathons…what has the world come to? In case you don’t get Salsa’s intent here, take note of the Belgian-theme accents.
Surly Straggler: We’ve been asking Surly for years to make a disc-brake version of the Cross-Check, their cyclocross bike that’s super popular on the streets of Portland. The Straggler (shown in sparkly purple below) is all that plus disc, plus a few changes to the frame that make it a fine long-distance gravel eater.
Soma Double Cross Disc is now available as a complete bike. Like all Soma frames, the Double Cross Disc is double-butted Tange Prestige cromoly for a smooth, supple, lively feel that makes all-day riding a lot more comfortable than it might be.