Gravel bikes can take you anywhere and everywhere. And quickly. They’re for when the tarmac runs out and the bridleways begin. They’ve got wider tyre clearance than road bikes to take you on the path less travelled. They’re capable and stable for Sunday singletrack. But they’re speedy enough to take you on off-road and on-road adventures. And everything in between. They’re ready to be loaded up with panniers or bikepacking bags for a multi-day adventure. Meet the Camino, Broken Road, Colibri, Dial and Santiago. Custom built for every order... Read more
A roads, B roads, even C, D and E roads: the Camino goes where it wants. It opens up byways and bridleways to explore the path less traveled. It's a gravel bike for impulsive exploration. A bike for riding when the tarmac runs out.
Dial had the 200km Dirty Reiver in mind. A race winning bike. Move one step away from Camino towards a mountain bike and you get the Dial. True its a mountain bike. True its a race winning podium XC hardtail. And if flat bar aggro-gravel is a thing then this is it.
One step from Camino towards the road and you get Colibri. An endurance road bike with clearance for tyres up to 36mm tyres. It is designed for UK's roughest roads: Wyrnose and Hardknott. And for where roads are full of debris like grit, leaves and gravel. Designed for long days in the saddle. Crossing continents mainly on road but with a few miles of compact dirt or canal path.