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Co-Motion Americano
$3,995.00 - $6,185.00
See the world like never before—from the seat of Co-Motion's Americano. This long-distance touring bike is crafted from large-diameter, double-butted Reynolds 725 steel tubing for a premium blend of pedaling efficiency and a velvety smooth ride. Its oversize 145mm rear dropout spacing lets you run a stout tandem rear wheel for durability and peace of mind, while front and rear rack and fender mounts, and three bottle mounts, allow you to gear up however your heart desires. The 30-speed Shimano drivetrain has the range to get you and your gear to the top of every hill in your path. Light and tough Velocity rims, reliable DT Swiss hubs, and Vittoria Randonneur Pro tires are prepared for all your touring adventures.
Co-Motion Americano Frameset
$1,965.00 - $3,310.00
See the world like never before—from the seat of Co-Motion's Americano. This long-distance touring frameset is crafted from large-diameter, double-butted Reynolds 725 steel tubing for a premium blend of pedaling efficiency and a velvety smooth ride. Its oversize 145mm rear dropout spacing lets you run a stout tandem rear wheel for durability and peace of mind, while front and rear rack and fender mounts, and three bottle mounts, allow you to gear up however your heart desires.
Co-Motion Americano Rohloff
$5,295.00 - $7,065.00
See the world like never before—from the seat of Co-Motion's Americano. This long-distance tourer is crafted from large-diameter, double-butted Reynolds 725 steel tubing for a premium blend of pedaling efficiency and a velvety smooth ride. Its eccentric bottom bracket and specially made vertical rear dropouts combine perfectly with the Rohloff 14-speed internally geared drivetrain. The front and rear rack, fender mounts, and three bottle mounts allow you to gear up however your heart desires. Light and tough Velocity rims, Vittoria Randonneur Pro tires, and FSA bar and stem are prepared for all your touring adventures.
Co-Motion Cascadia
$3,795.00 - $5,985.00
One part road thoroughbred, one part touring bike, Co-Motion's Cascadia adds a dash of speed to all of your adventures. Its Reynolds 725 steel frame is handcrafted in Eugene, Oregon with racier geometry than a standard touring model to let you cover more ground than ever. As a bonus, the Cascadia displays the hallmarks of all Co-Motion bikes: stable, confident, durable, all with a glassy smooth ride. A wide-range Shimano Ultegra 30-speed drivetrain gets you up the steepest hills even when fully loaded, and the Velocity/DT Swiss wheels spin quick and true mile after mile. You'll also appreciate the Thomson post and FSA bar and stem, as well as the rack, fender and bottle mounts that let you go the distance.
Co-Motion Deschutes Tuxedo Black
The new Co-Motion Deschutes makes a truly American made bike accessible to more shops and more cyclists in North America and worldwide. We can’t beat the import’s prices, but we can surpass their quality and performance at a tantalizing price. Wouldn’t you rather have a handmade, Oregon made, American made bike? 700c wheels with room for 40mm tires + fenders Handbuilt double-butted cro-moly frame Proven Co-Motion adventure touring geometry Rack + fender mounts, three bottle mounts Excellent wide-range 2 x11 touring gearing Dual disc brakes Handbuilt Alex rims/Formula hub wheelset New color for 2018: Tuxedo Black metallic
Co-Motion Divide
$3,695.00 - $5,340.00
Nothing is impossible when you're aboard Co-Motion's infinitely capable Divide. This steamrollin' 29er will go to the ends of the earth and back with oversize Reynolds 725 chromoly tubing that takes the sting out of rough roads and trails. Co-Motion's dialed, time-proven geometry provides a comfortable, stable ride whether your adventure lasts a month, a weekend, or an hour. Shimano's wide-range 3 x 10-speed drivetrain lets you scale the steepest grades, while rugged DT Swiss/Velocity 29-inch wheels with knobby Geax tires tackle the toughest terrain with ease. Like any good touring or bikepacking steed, the Divide comes with all the fittings you need for racks, fenders, and bottles.
Co-Motion Divide Frameset
$1,995.00 - $3,340.00
Nothing is impossible when you're aboard Co-Motion's infinitely capable Divide frameset. This steamrollin' 29er will go to the ends of the earth and back with oversize Reynolds 725 chromoly tubing that takes the sting out of rough roads and trails. Co-Motion's dialed, time-proven geometry provides a comfortable, stable ride whether your adventure lasts a month, a weekend, or an hour. Like any good touring or bikepacking steed, the Divide comes with all the fittings you need for racks, fenders, and bottles.
Co-Motion Divide Rohloff
$5,295.00 - $7,235.00
Impossible is nothing when you're aboard Co-Motion's infinitely capable Divide. This steamrollin' 29er will go to the ends of the earth and back with oversize Reynolds 725 chromoly tubing that takes the sting out of rough roads and trails. Co-Motion's dialed, time-proven geometry provides a comfortable, stable ride that you'll love whether trek lasts a month, a week, or an hour. Rohloff's virtually maintenance-free, 14-speed internal hub lets you climb steep grades with a simple twist, while rugged wheels tackle the toughest terrain with ease. Like any good touring or bikepacking steed, the Divide comes with all the fittings you need for racks, fenders, and bottles.
Co-Motion Pangea
$3,960.00 - $6,150.00
If your idea of adventure touring extends beyond “the road less traveled” to “the road just barely there,” Co-Motion’s Pangea is your ticket to exploration. The frame is made from Reynolds 725 tubing in Eugene, Oregon and accommodates a 26-inch wheel. This all-terrain touring bike has a comfortable geometry, a compliant ride, and long, stable wheelbase so you can enjoy epic days in-the-saddle. Shimano’s wide-range, 3 x 10-speed drivetrain will get you up any hill, while the DT Swiss/Velocity wheels spin quick and true on every adventure. Plus, you get fittings for racks, fenders, and three bottles as well as fat Schwalbe Marathon Mondial tires and an FSA bar and stem.
Co-Motion Siskiyou Demo 50CM 105 Light Blue w/Pathfinder
Sometimes the call of the open road leads you to where the pavement stops. Co-Motion's Siskiyou is the bike to keep you rolling when the tarmac fades away. A resilient, smooth-riding Reynolds 725 steel frame soaks up less-than-perfect terrain, and a pair of Velocity/DT Swiss 27.5-inch wheels with meaty Schwalbe tires provide traction and cushion when the path gets steep and rugged. When you've got to stop on a dime there's a pair of TRP Spyre dual-piston disc brakes. The frame is decked out with the options that long-distance tourists need, like full front and rear rack eyelets, fender mounts, and three sets of bottle bosses. And, high-mileage adventure is the order of the day with a supportive Selle Italia Nekkar Flow saddle and an FSA cockpit.
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