A look at Genesis Adventure Bikes 2017

Genesis Adventure Bikes 2017

Genesis Adventure Bikes 2017 really follow up what they made a name for. Creating bikes that have tackled round the world adventures, Southern American excursions, Transcontinental races, LEJOG slogs, African crossings.

2017 range sees a good solid line up from the Croix de Fer to the Datum with the crazy fun looking Vagabond.

Genesis Adventure Bikes 2017: Croix de Fer

Genesis Adventure Bikes 2017
The Croix de Fer range has something for everyone. It’s a good ‘one bike’ choice, that will take you almost anywhere, come rain or shine. Crafted from Reynolds 725 tubing, our own durable Mjölnir Chromo and even 3AL-2.5V double-butted Titanium, all aspects have been carefully considered. Clean styling and reliability make the Croix de Fer the go to choice for so many. Pictured above is the Croix’ 20. Priced at £1,199.99.

Genesis Adventure Bikes 2017: Datum

Genesis Adventure Bikes 2017
The Datum is a bike that spans a variety of terrain, both paved and unpaved – thats a good thing we think. It may be a gravel bike to some, in the same way it could be a fast, comfy road bike to others. Based on the trusted geometry of the Equilibrium, and built from high modulus carbon fibre. Clearance for 35c tyres and 45mm mudgaurds, x3 sets of bottle bosses for extra-long adventures into the unknown, a stiff and efficient pedalling chassis with impressive in-saddle comfort. Pictured above is the Datum 30. Priced at £2,499.99.

Genesis Adventure Bikes 2017: Vagabond

The Vagabond a mental cross up between road and mountain bike. The Vagabond, is going to be a fun bike, will inspire you to what a 29er drop bar bike can do. Many adventure await. The full build Vagabond gets a smattering of Shimano’s Deore drivetrain and TRP Spyres on braking duties, mean easy setup and great performance across multiple terrains and conditions. The frame is probably going to be the winner here and build up custom.
Pictured above is the Vagabond. Priced at £999.99.

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