ARTi - All Road Complete Bike

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 AllRoadTitanium 

Holding true to the Turner cornerstone of designs to enhance your ride, the ARTi deftly packages a range of features that yield a sleek and remarkably versatile bicycle for road riders and gravel rippers alike. 

The mission in creating this bike was to bridge categories rather than be defined by them. This approach required an open mind and a willingness to experiment,  refine every detail in pursuit of the perfect balance between a road bike and a gravel bike. The conclusion we reached is the All Road Titanium. With responsiveness to rival a road bike, it will always welcome the challenge of any road, and yet it maintains an even-keeled nature, making it a trusted ally on the long road to anywhere. In true ‘all-road’ fashion.

Optimized for tires 28mm to 38mm,  it is a spry companion with your favorite 28-32mm road tires, make a change to 33-35mm cyclocross knobs and it is transformed to CX racer, and for an ultra-fast gravel experience, mount some low tread 700x35/37mm tires to fly over dirt roads, thereby completing the true definition of All Road!

The ARTi frame is designed around the latest class of ‘all-road’ forks. They are shorter and sleeker than a cyclocross fork, and offer similar tire clearance to the ART Ti frame, with 700x38 fitting with room to spare, even on 22mm rims.

As the ARTi is intended to work with a wide range of tires and terrain, so too does it work with a wide range of riders styles. Since few of us are actually road pros, the fit of the ARTi is much more comfortable, with a taller stack than world tour designs which  allows for more use of the drops, which is extremely comforting in rough terrain and when you are on the hoods you experience much more room to breathe and room to look around. Whether you find yourself in the heat of a bar-banging CX battle, rolling fluidly with your favorite road group, or seeking solace on some quiet dirt roads, the ARTi can adapt to the ride of the day.


Fork  ENVE All Road Carbon, 12mmTA, disc only
Group

SRAM Force AXS WIDE 2×12

Drivetrain 33/46  crankset, 170, 172.5, 175, 10-36 x 12spd cassette
brakes SRAM AXS Disc, 140/160mm
wheelset Stan’s Grail CB7 carbon rims
tires Maxxis ReFuse exo/tr [ 32/32 ]
tubes Stan’s Sealant
headset Cane Creek integrated 40 Series
handlebar Easton EA70 AX, 40/ 42/ 44mm
stem Easton, EA70  90mm x 6
seatpost Easton  EA70, 400x27.2mm SP
saddle WTB Volt, medium width,  CroMo rail
tape Black 

 

xs sm md lg xl 2x
virtual tt 518 530 549 567 591 608
seat tube 430 460 490 530 550 580
seat-angle 74.0° 74.0° 73.5° 73.5° 73.0° 73.0°

head tube 115 135 160 180 205 225
head-angle 71.5° 71.5° 71.5° 71.5° 71.5° 71.5°

bb drop 73 73 70 70 67 67
chainstay 420 420 420 420 420 420
standover 730 755 780 810 830 855
reach 365 372 380 395 405 415
stack 530 550 570 589 610 628
wheelbase 992 1005 1020 1040 1060 1076
{ All specifications are subject to change. Measurements are given in ‘Millimeters’ and ‘Grams’ unless otherwise noted. }

STANDARD FEATURES

  • Double-butted top tube, down tube
  • Artfully tapered chainstays with massive attachments at the bottom bracket for stiffness where it’s needed most. 
  • CNC tapered head tubes, custom length for each size, beautifully relieved for weight savings.
  • Custom made seat tube with dramatic shaping at BB junction for more stiffness in BB area.
  • Threaded T47 bottom bracket, internally relieved for weight savings. T47 shell provides a large area for the down tube, seat tube, and huge chainstays to be welded for a solid feel when hammering. This is not your dads old Ti frame.
  • 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, 1x or 2x.
  • 2 sets of cnc threaded bottle mounts, located on the seat tube and down tube, beautifully welded in so they will never come loose or corrode.
  • Lunch box bosses welded on the top tube, perfect for a rolling snack.
  • Matte polished for a maintenance-free finish, easy to touch up with a fine Scotch-Brite pad.
  • 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’ chainstay bridge to help keep you moving on a rainy day, yet still provide added stiffness near BB where it’s needed most. 
  • Cane Creek 40 integrated headset bearings, rear axle, seat clamp, and appropriate cable routing caps for your drivetrain included. 
  • 27.2 seat post for more flex
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, we want it to fit you.  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, you may only need a different stem, or length of seat post. If that won't work, a different size frame can be swapped out.


Customer Reviews

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Is this the future of road bikes?

I've had my ARTi built for about 2 weeks, and now have almost 150 miles on it. So far, all of my rides have been on the road and every time I finish a ride, I look forward to getting out for the next one. I don't feel like the bike is any slower than my previous road bike (Lynskey R265 Disc) on the climbs or the flats. My current fitness is not good enough to come to any conclusions on whether the bike is helping me be any faster or slowing me down than my previous bike. For reasons I'm not sure about, I've set several Strava PRs on some downhill segments that I've ridden for years. I have a couple of theories on this. With the same wheels that I used on my old bike, I'm now running tubeless 700x30 Specialized Turbo tires at around 4.56 bars (67 PSI) pressure rather than the 700x28 S-Works Turbo tires with tubes at around 5.4 bars (80 PSI) on the old bike. The new tire may have less rolling resistance. The other thought is that with the taller bar height, relative to the saddle, I'm able to decrease drag on the descents by riding the drops more than on my previous bikes.

Fit-wise, I'm 177cm (5'10") with a dodgy cervical spine that requires me to keep my bars around saddle height. This means that to get my bar height where I want, I went with a large frame with a short-ish 90mm stem with about 40mm of spacers and my stem set up as a riser stem. With a zero-offset seat post, the fit is spot-on for comfort and, from an efficiency standpoint, I don't feel like I'm fighting with the bike.

The bike is built with Ultegra Di2 components with a 24/22mm spindle Quarq power meter, a Whisky Parts All-Road fork, Lynskey Ti seatpost, and wheels built with Industry Nine hubs laced to Light Bicycle R25 rims with an 18mm internal width using DT Swiss Aerolite spokes. The internal routing for the brake line and Di2 wires was straightforward. The T47 BB makes routing the brake line through the BB much easier. (hint: route the hose under the BB if you're running a 24mm spindle. I also built it with the new Shimano auxiliary levers for the bar tops to help make it more dirt friendly by allowing me to ride with my hands on the bar tops while being able to brake. Weight is a little over 8.6 kg (19 pounds) with pedals.

I'm looking forward to putting my gravel wheels with fatter tires on it and exploring some of the local open spaces that have a lot of smooth trails, along with pedaling some of the less maintained roads that are not much fun to ride with the skinny tires.

The only thing I can think of that would be nice to have would be rack and fender mounts to allow me to commuting (when that day comes again) or light touring. Though the new Cyclosys has that covered.

With a second set of wheels to give you more comfort on rougher surfaces, I am looking forward to being able to take this bike out on almost any ride that is primarily "road" (paved or otherwise). I'm not sure I'd want to ride single track on it, like I do on the Cyclosys. But being able to have a bike where I can hang with others riders on dedicated road bikes, and still have the option to go explore is a great motivator to get out there and pedal more. If you're looking for something that will last a very long time, and want a modern, straightforward bike, I think the All Road is a great option.

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