Think cobbles and mud, and never ending gravel roads. Long days in the saddle and rowdy nights spent around campfires with friends and a beer. Parts and places unknown to most is where the Course is meant to take you. We offer it in two component specs and 4 colors to suit everyone''s palate and wallet. For riding abilities of all kind, we offer the Course with either a 1x11 or 2x11 SRAM Rival group.
Wide Alex 2.1 rims make the ride forgiving while maintaining excellent lateral stiffness. Maxxis Mud Wrestler 33 tires keep you in contact no matter how broken the road becomes. Avid BB7-S road calipers provide the backup you need to know you can stop, even if you may not want to. Complete with compact drop Framed alloy bars and the undeniably tough SRAM Rival group, this bike is ready to go anywhere. "Flahute" is the name given to the hardest of the spring classic hardmen. Time to ride the legs off your competitors, real or imagined, become a "flahute", and be legendary!
|Key Features of Framed Course Alloy Bike w/ Rival 1 & Alloy Wheels:|
|Frame:||Framed Course 6061 Hydroformed Aluminum Alloy, 2 H2O cage mounts, 135mm Thru Axle rear spacing, flat mount rear disc brake mount adapted to post mount for BB7 Road-S brakes|
|Fork:||Framed Course Carbon fork with tapered carbon steerer 1-1/8" to 1-1/2" 100x15mm Thru Axle|
|Crank:||SRAM Rival XSYNC 44 tooth|
|Shifters:||SRAM Rival 22, integrated brake lever|
|Cassette:||11-Speed SRAM PG-1130 11-36|
|Rear Derailleur:||SRAM Rival 1|
|Rims:||Alex DRAW 2.1 Width - 25.6mm|
|Hubs:||Framed Alloy 32 hole, sealed bearing|
|Spokes:||2.0 Stainless Steel|
|Tires:||Maxxis Mud Wrestler, 700x33c folding bead|
|Brakes:||Avid BB7-S Mechanical Calipers with 160mm rotors|
|Brake Levers:||SRAM Rival 22 / Rival 1 Brake Lever|
|Handlebar:||Framed Compact Road, butted 6061 aluminum alloy, compact drop|
|Stem:||Framed 6061 aluminum alloy, 100mm length, 31.8 clamp, 6 deg. +/-|
|Saddle:||Velo Road Saddle|
|Seat Post:||Framed Aluminum Alloy offset|
NOTE: All complete bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a qualified Bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a qualified technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly. As an industry standard, some bikes might have minor cosmetic blemishes due to the nature of shipping.