Lynskey GR 260
If you’re only going to have one bike to do it all, the GR260 is a great choice.
A great commuter bike for riders in the Pacific Northwest, the GR260 won’t rust. There is no paint to chip off. The disc brakes work great in the rain, and with no brake wear on your rims your wheels will last a lot longer. The bike will also handle a wide range of tire sizes and still have room for fenders.
Take the fenders off of the GR260 and install 32mm knobby tires and you get a great cyclocross racer. Put 45mm wide tires on it and you can ride rutted logging roads and gravel in comfort for hours. The disc brakes won’t pack up with mud like old cantilevers did, so slowing down on a muddy path won’t be quite so scary. If you’re careless with your bike or crash it, the bare titanium won’t look nearly as beat up as a painted bike.
Stop in and we’ll configure the bike just the way you want it. We’ll start with a bike fitting to make sure everything will handle right and fit precisely the way it should.
For the build out, we can do it with all new parts or mix in the components that you love from your old bike. We get the framesets from Lynskey and then put them together just the way you like. The frame comes in a number of different finish options with decals or etched graphics.