A new cyclocross / gravel racing thru-axle bike with SRAM eTap, Zipp 303 wheels and rugged Compass Steilacoom Tires. This bike is built for cyclocross and gravel racing and adventures. With the SRAM eTap wireless groupset, frame is clean, only requiring hydraulic brake cable guides. It was painted to match the Rapha + Apidura Brevet Bags. The bicycle is currently on display in the Rapha Los Angeles clubhouse and will be auctioned in the Fall 2018 as part of the Growling Beaver Brevet with proceeds going to the Davis Phinney Foundation to help people with Parkinson’s Live Well Today.
Frame: Columbus with long point lugs
Fork: ENVE Cross Disc Fork (Thru-Axle)
Size: Seat Tube: 56 cm, Top Tube: 56.5 cm
Paint: Fluorescent Pink and White Fade with Metallic Blue highlight
Front Derailleur: SRAM eTap
Rear Derailleur: SRAM Wifli Hydraulic
Crankset: SRAM Red Crankset, Size 172.5. Chainrings: 50-34
Cassette: SRAM Red 11-speed Hollow-pin Chain with Powerlock
Bottom Bracket: SRAM BlackBox GXP Ceramic Bottom Bracket
Gear / Brake Levers: SRAM eTap Hydraulic
Brakes: SRAM Disc
Rotors: SRAM CenterLine 160mm
Headset: Chris King Threadless Navy Blue 1-1/8″
Stem: Zipp SL Speed Road Stem: 110, +/- 6 degree, 31.8mm, Carbon with Matte Black Decal, custom painted two colours.
Handlebars: Zipp Contour SL-70, 42cm, 31.8mm Carbon.
Seatpost: Zipp AL Speed: 27.2mm, 400mm Length, 20mm Offset. Carbon with Matte Black Decal
Wheels: Zipp 303 Carbon Clincher tubeless Disc, 700C, 24 Spokes
Tires: Compass Steilacoom 700C x 38mm Extralight Black
Bottle Cages: Zipp Vuka BTA Water Bottle Cage: Carbon Black
Handlebar Tape: Mariposa leather, black.
Pedals: Shimano PD-M9020 XTR
Saddle: Fizik Aliante R1
eTap: Battery, chargers, wires, etc.
Brevet Bags: Rapha + Apidura Bar Pack & Rapha + Apidura Saddle Pack
- Seat tube length 56cm
- Top Tube Length: 56.5cm
- Note: This bike is a 56 cm (medium-size) frame made to fit someone in the height range range of 5’6’ – 5’10” (168-178 cm)
Serial number: 1470118
Photography by Walter Lai
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I’m loving seeing Mariposa bikes in Rapha’s photos.