Cyclosys Ti - Full-Build Bike

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Description

There has been more than a couple comments bandied about on the interweb that modern gravel bikes are nothing more than mountain bikes from the early '80s.... But do we really think that squirelly geometry numbers with 26x2.1"  tires filled with flat prone tubes,  cantilever brakes that suck as soon as the rims are wet or bent, and drivetrains that were constantly dropping chains are equal to a modern, ANYTHING?  Of course not. But what 40 year old mountain bikes and modern gravel bikes have in common is adaptability. A gravel bike is truly the modern All Terrain Bike.  Early mountain bikes were also much more ATB than MTB. The beauty of a modern gravel bike is that it is designed to be an ATB, All Terrain Bike. It can be ridden on some pretty rough terrain, especially when shod with larger tubeless tires, slowed down by powerful and predictable disc brakes.  Want to crank out a muli day tour? A gravel bike can do that as they have rack mounts and plenty of attachment points. Or,  drop on some smaller, smoother tires and go train with the road riders in your town. All Terrain Bike. 

The Cycloysys 

Tire clearance up to 700x45 or 650x52 allows for some pretty capable tires to be installed and with these types of bikes, tires define the ride. The Cyclosys is optimized for tires 35-45mm. Change the tires, change the personality of the bike.

Really, at the heart of the Cyclosys is a love of adventure and a desire to enjoy every ride to its fullest. Perfectly tuned for hours and hours of dirt roads or jamming through your favorite single track.   The newest version of the Cyclosys cannot be defined as anything other than balanced.

Is the Cyclosys perfect for a local gravel ride / race? How about ripping the local single track that has become mundane on your full suspension mountain bike? Or you scored an entry and are heading to Kansa this year? We think so...

Geometry

sm md lg xl
horizontal tt
545 570 590 610
seat tube 460 490 520 550
seat-angle
74.5 73.5 73.5 73
head tube
125 150 175 200
head-angle
71 71 71 71
bb drop
75 73 73 70
chainstay
430 430 430 435
standover
752 781 813 833
reach
392 400 413 421
stack
551 573 597 617
wheelbase
1032 1049 1070 1092

 

Standard Features

 

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Double-butted top tube, down tube, seat tube and single butted chainstay tubes.
  • Artfully tapered chain stays with massive welds at the bottom bracket for stiffness where it’s needed most. 
  • CNC tapered head tubes, custom length for each size, the inside walls of the head tube are beautifully relieved for weight savings.
  • Custom made seat tube with massive shaping at BB junction for more stiffness near BB area, again where it's needed. Running FEA tells us where we can build them up and where we can lighten.
  • Threaded T47 bottom bracket, internally relieved for weight savings. T47 shell provides a large area for the down tube, seat tube, and huge chain stays to be welded to for solid feel when hammering. 68mm shell 'external' bearing (or internal bearing with spacers.)
  • CNC custom dropouts utilizing forged derailleur hanger proven on all Turner Bikes since 2012
  • Internal cable routing, utilizing a multi-port cable guide system for mechanical or electric derailleurs, 1x or 2x chainrings, including routing for a mechanical 2X with a 27.2mm dropper! 
  • 3 bottle mounts:  on the seat tube, down tube, and under downtube, all welded so they will never come loose or corrode. 
  • Lunch box bosses on the top tube, welded on so as not to loosen or corrode.
  • threaded mounts on rear triangle for full coverage fenders, they are very stealth as most riders will never use them, but for the few that do need fenders... 
  • Matte polished for a maintenance-free finish, easy to touch up with a fine Scotch-Brite pad whenever you scuff it up with bags or shoes.
  • Etched graphics for long and carefree life.
  • Bolt-on head badge standard.
  • Stainless steel hardware throughout.
  • Bridgeless seat stays for more compliance. 
  • CNC machined ‘mud cutter’ chain stay bridges to help keep you moving on a rainy day, yet still provide more stiffness near BB where it’s needed most. 
  • Whisky No. 9 CXLR fork and Cane Creek 40 headset included N/C, Top bearing, 42mm x 45/45  Bottom bearing, 52mm 45/35 
  • 142x12 rear hub spec.
  • 27.2 seat post
  • T47x68mm BB shell
  • Derailleur clamp = 31.8 seat tube 
  • Headset bearings are fully integrated, 42mm top, 52mm bottom. 
  • Specifications subject to change without notice.

Build Kit 

Eagle XO Build Kit

*Parts subject to change based on availability

 

Fork  Whisky CXLR
cassette SRAM Eagle XO1 12s 10-52
crankset Force 1 Wide, 40t
brakes Rival AXS 160mm rotors front and rear 
wheelset Easton EC90 AX 
tires Conti Terra 40 mm
rotors
Centerline CL, 160mm front and rear
headset Cane Creek Forty Series  42/52
handlebar Easton EA70 AX 44 cm
stem Easton EA50, 70mm
seatpost Easton EA70 20mm offset
saddle WTB Volt, medium width, CroMo rail
Bar Tape
Easton Pinline, Black

PURCHASE GUARANTEE

Why offer a Guarantee?

Simply put, we know that you are going to love your new Turner Bike. But given the chance that it just doesn’t seem to fit right, we want to ensure that you will be happy in the long run.

Our customer service rocks and our bikes ride like no other, but in the end, the choice is yours and we will stand behind that choice. If you cannot get comfortable on your new Turner Bike within 5 days of receiving it, give us a call and we will work out a solution, either a different size frame or even a different model.

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