Aggro-gravel bike, built for speed and efficiency. Beat your best time, cover big miles on a long day out, race to the podium. With its lightweight aluminium tubeset and 100mm travel up front, the Dial gives maximum pedalling efficiency whether you're riding 200kms at Dirty Reiver or racing flat out.
The Dial is designed for riding cross-country trails without compromise. It gives more confidence than a gravel bike and a more direct feel than a trail bike. The Dial's geometry is race-tuned and the 69 degree head angle, steep seat-tube and low stack height all work together to optimise climbing performance and direct, fast steering...Read more
We’ve used lightweight 6061 aluminium to build the Dial into a truly lightweight bike without compromising on strength or performance. A flattened top tube provides lateral stiffness for maximum pedalling efficiency and cornering precision, whilst providing a degree of vertical compliance for a more forgiving ride over distance.
Quick out the blocks with its low frame weight, lightweight XC-specific wheelset and fast tyres, the Dial provides instant acceleration and with 100mm of travel up front, carries its speed well over rough terrain. The 430mm chainstays are compact for agile cornering, without being so short that you lose power on the climbs. It's a ride that makes is perfect for long days out where you want more comfort and control than a gravel bike or to die flat out on your local leg-tester.Read less
Steep head angle and seat-tube optimise climbing performance and pedalling efficiency.
6061 Alloy Frameset
6061 aluminium tubing is durable, light, low maintenance and stiff.
Low Profile Top Tube
Lateral stiffness for improved power transfer and vertical compliance for comfort over long distance.
Internal cable routing
Clean lines and tidy cables thanks to internal down tube routing.
Designed around Boost 148 rear spacing with 12mm bolt-through axles.
SizingIt is important to get the right size bike, if the bike fits it will be faster, more comfortable, and easier to handle. You can also take into consideration the standover height to ensure you pick a bike that will be a good fit. If you measure your inside leg and ensure there is a minimum of an inch from the toptube to your crotch this will give you enough seatpost adjustment to find your optimum saddle height. Generally we recommend:
- Riders between 5ft 2in and 5ft 7in
- Riders between 5ft 6in and 5ft 10in
- Riders between 5ft 9in and 6ft 2in
- Riders of 6ft 2in +
|ST - Seat tube||395||440||470||520|
|TT - Top tube||576||605||628||652|
|HT - Head tube||90||100||110||125|
|HA - Head angle||69||69||69||69|
|SA - Seat angle||74||74||74||74|
|CS - Chainstay||430||430||430||430|
|BB - BB drop||60||60||60||60|
|FO - Fork offset||51||51||51||51|
|WB - Wheelbase||TBC||1114||1137||1168|
|SO - Stand over||TBC||TBC||TBC||TBC|
|RE - Reach||408||435||455||475|
|SK - Stack||583||593||602||616|
|Weight: S: 1.75kg; M: 1.82kg; L: 1.9kg; XL: 2kg|
|Alloy aggro-gravel bike frame with integrated tapered headset for a clean, low front end|
|Hand welded 6061 frameset|
|High-quality extended welds|
|Optimised for 100mm (506mm axle to crown) suspension forks|
|Internally routed cables|
|Boost 148 rear spacing|
|Threaded 73mm BSA BB shell for no-creak assembly|
|Chainstay mounted disc brake for clean lines and damage protection|
|Reverb Stealth port|
|EN 14766 compliant|
|The Dial frame will accept tyres up to 2.4" in width|