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Framed Course Alloy Bike w/ Rival 1 & Alloy Wheels

Framed Course Alloy Bike w/ Rival 1 & Alloy Wheels
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Description: Framed Course Alloy Bike w/ Rival 1 & Alloy Wheels



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
Headset: FSA Orbit
Crank: SRAM Rival XSYNC 44 tooth
Bottom Bracket: BB30
Shifters: SRAM Rival 22, integrated brake lever
Cassette: 11-Speed SRAM PG-1130 11-36
Chain: KMC 11-speed
Rear Derailleur: SRAM Rival 1
Front Derailleur: N/A
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
Pedals: Not Included
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. +/-
Grips: Synthetic Leather
Saddle: Velo Road Saddle
Seat Post: Framed Aluminum Alloy offset

Course Alloy Bike Geometry Specs

Course W/ Rival 1

NOTE: All bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a certified bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a certified bike technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly.


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Exactly what I was looking for...
I put together a list of components to build a 1x11 sram CX bike (good value and lots of durability) for riding with groups and commuting while minimizing maintenance and the components on Framed course Rival 1 is almost exactly what my list looked like for a bomb proof road/offroad bike with minimal maintenance...it was easier to buy the framed bike instead of building another one....I previously built a similar bike with cantilever brakes, but I wanted one with disc brakes, so I got the framed bike and have been quite pleased!!
2016 framed course rival 1 - brooks cambium C17 carved saddle and schwalbe marathon plus 32mm tires
2016 framed course rival 1 - brooks cambium C17 carved saddle and schwalbe marathon plus 32mm tires
September 1, 2016
Orlando, FL, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
7 months ago
Ability:
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Quality Bike
Best gravel bike I could find on the web for the money. It's awesome. I have a BH Ultralight road bike that I love but was looking for something more versatile - a go most anywhere do most anything bike with quality components below $1000. This is it. Comfortable ride and handles nicely. I always had Shimano group sets but I really like the Sram Rival 1 setup. The one gear up front and double tap operation is easy and smooth - I'm never left wanting a lower or higher gear. Brakes are pretty good and seem to be getting better each ride. I'm 6'3" with a 35" inseam and the 60" frame fits me perfect and is 22 lbs without pedals and reflectors. I debated about the color after seeing how good the green looked in the photo of the other reviewer but I'm glad I went with black. The only thing I was unhappy about was learning the bike build was not available for this bike though the web page clearly indicates it is. Whatever. I just took it to my terrific local bike shop and they did a great job putting it together. I would definitely buy it again. Now I just got to ride it as much as I can before winter sets in.
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October 9, 2016
Brookfield, WI, US
Purchased
2 months ago
Ability:
Advanced
Ready to race at a great price, except...
The rear frame spacing and the stock thru-axle rear hub are 135x12mm, NOT 142mm as listed above. Just found out the hard way when I went to swap in some new tubular wheels. Otherwise like the spec and geometry. It's been great for cross and gravel.
Added Oct 25, 2016
October 25, 2016
OH, US

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Great specs on this bike!
Aaron C on Dec 1, 2016
Great specs on this bike!
Aaron C on Dec 1, 2016
Best value gravel bike on the market. Great specs!
Douglas K on Oct 3, 2016
Best value gravel bike on the market. Great specs!
Douglas K on Oct 3, 2016
how wide of a tire will fit? it comes with 33 will a 35mm or 40mm wide tire fit?
Michael M on May 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Michael,
I just spoke to the Framed peeps, and they said that a 35mm tire is the widest that you could use.
Do the hubs have loose ball bearings or sealed cartridge and what's the geo? Also can this be used for light single track as well?
hise442 on Apr 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Nick,
The Hubs on the Course Bikes are indeed sealed. The geometry of these bikes will be posted soon. Finally, you could use this bike for light single track riding, but it will have less control than a Fatbike.... it will depend on your skill level.
what is the handlebar with?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2016
Is the headtube on all the sizes really 16cm?
A shopper on Sep 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I have the 54 in green and the head tube is definitely 160mm/16cm
Can you put a different fork on it?
A shopper on Nov 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Sure... you could put a different fork on this bike.
Does the frame have rack mounts?
tkbuz on Nov 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Tim,
I checked with Framed bikes, and the answer is no.
will a 650b 42mm - 47mm wide tire fit?
A shopper on Oct 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
From Framed: "Unfortunately it will not. The wheels that come with the Course Alloy are meant for 700c tire sizes only, with a max width of 33mm."
Are there options with stem length and handlebar width, or are they set based upon frame size?
Brian D on Oct 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Brain,
All the sizes available come with the same stem length and bar width.
Can this be set up to run tubeless?
A shopper on Aug 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: From Framed Bikes: Yes, the rims are tubeless compatible but they are not setup tubeless "ready" and the stock tires are not tubeless compatible. In order to set these up tubeless you will need 1) a tubeless conversion kit with rim strips, valves, and sealant, 2) tubeless compatible tires, 3) mechanical ability/resources to successfully setup the tubeless system.
Is there a geometry chart available for this bike?
Andrew on Jul 1, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Andrew,
I apologize... they are just finishing it. It will be posted within the next few days. For the moment i will email you a copy.
is this a traditional road bike or an endurance style road bike?
A shopper on Jun 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi,
The Course is not a traditional road bike. Framed geared it toward a Gravel and Cyclocross bike. The Rodez is more of a standard road bike: http://www.the-house.com/qfrrdzcwr252yb16zz-framed-bikes.html
What's the difference between the rival course bikes?
A shopper on Mar 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey,
The componentry is the exact same. One is a 1x11 gearing and the other is a 2x11 (basically a 21 speed bike).
Hi - does anyone know the stack and reach measurements for this bike - specifically for size 51 and 54? Thanks
tkbuz on Oct 21, 2016