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Niner RLT 9 4-Star Ultegra
$3,400.00
Niner's people are big fans of the road less traveled. Making independent choices is how they were founded and it's how they approach the future. It is with this philosophy that they created the RLT 9. Is it a 29er? A monster-cross machine? A gravel grinder? The answer is yes. Whether you ride drop bars or flats, skinny tires or something a bit more rotund, the RLT 9 is meant for you. The RLT 9 Aluminum is constructed of hydroformed alloy, resulting in a frame that is light, efficient, and beautiful. This is paired with a custom gravel-tuned Niner carbon fork with rack mid mounts that seriously up its cargo carrying capacity. The frame features slightly longer chainstays, a lower bottom bracket, and a slacker headtube angle. This creates the ideal geometry for a stable ride on the rockiest of roads, while still capable of winning a proper cross race. The RLT 9 utilizes modern standards—thru axles, flat-mount disc brakes, and a tapered headtube—that yield improved handling, speed control, and wheel stiffness. It's got internal shifter routings ports that are Di2 ready, offers single-speed compatibility with a Biocentric bottom bracket, and has plenty of mounting points for fenders and a rear rack. With room for up to 1.75-inch tires, there are few adventures the RLT 9 isn't ready for. - Shimano Ultegra drivetrain - Shimano Ultegra hydraulic brakes - Niner carbon seatpost
Niner RLT 9 1-Star Flat Bar Apex
$1,650.00
When a bunch of mountain bikers built the RLT, Niner's first drop bar gravel bike, it was only a matter of time before people started throwing flat bars on it. And just like that, it became another office favorite. After seeing so many Ninerds building flat bar RLT do-it-all bikes, they thought it was only proper to make this build available to everyone. The RLT 9 Flat Bar is constructed of hydroformed alloy, resulting in a frame that is light, efficient, and beautiful. The frame geometry features slightly longer chainstays, a lower bottom bracket, and a slacker headtube angle for stable handling. It features a reliable SRAM Apex drivetrain with a wide range 11-42 cassette, perfect for tackling varying terrain, even when loaded up with gear. It rolls on durable Niner CX wheels wrapped in versatile WTB All-Terrain tires, for a ride that's capable on multiple surfaces. The RLT Flat Bar is everything you need and nothing you don't. It's your daily commuter, grocery getter, fishing hole finder, dirt road ramblin' bike that will get you from where you need to be, to where you'd rather be.
Niner RLT 9 5-Star Ultegra
$4,600.00
Niner's people are big fans of the road less traveled. Making independent choices is how they were founded and it's how they approach the future. It is with this philosophy that they created the RLT 9. Is it a 29er? A monster-cross machine? A gravel grinder? The answer is yes. Whether you ride drop bars or flats, skinny tires or something a bit more rotund, the RLT 9 is meant for you. The RLT 9 Aluminum is constructed of hydroformed alloy, resulting in a frame that is light, efficient, and beautiful. This is paired with a custom gravel-tuned Niner carbon fork with rack mid mounts that seriously up its cargo carrying capacity. The frame features slightly longer chainstays, a lower bottom bracket, and a slacker headtube angle. This creates the ideal geometry for a stable ride on the rockiest of roads, while still capable of winning a proper cross race. The RLT 9 utilizes modern standards—thru axles, flat-mount disc brakes, and a tapered headtube—that yield improved handling, speed control, and wheel stiffness. It's got internal shifter routings ports that are Di2 ready, offers single-speed compatibility with a Biocentric bottom bracket, and has plenty of mounting points for fenders and a rear rack. With room for up to 1.75-inch tires, there are few adventures the RLT 9 isn't ready for. - Stan's Grail CB7 carbon wheels - Shimano Ultegra drivetrain - Niner RDO stem
Niner RLT 9 RDO Frameset
$2,300.00
Niner designed the RLT 9 RDO to encourage diversion. Want to go hard and fast? How about long and adventurous? Please do. Need a change of pace, a break from the routine? Go ahead, give it a chance. It’s hard to know where to start with this versatile beauty. The sleek, eye-catching design? The thoughtful benefits of NMF internal cable guide routing? The flat mount disk brakes for precise brake adjustments? Niner knows those things are important, but when it all comes down to it, none of those features matters if the ride quality isn’t great. So, when Niner set about designing the RLT 9 RDO they first talked to riders. The response was that gravel riders wanted a bike that could go the distance but perform when pushed. They wanted a bike that was stiff yet compliant. A bike that transferred power instantly but absorbed rough terrain. And, a bike that wouldn’t weigh them down up climbs. The RLT does all of those things and more. It's constructed using Niner’s RDO carbon compaction method for a lightweight frame that delivers comfort and dependability. The thin seat stays and top tube deliver all-day comfort while the massive down tube and chainstays keep power transfer in check. The RLT’s tried and true geometry is perfectly matched for competitive all-condition riding, multi-day adventures, and everything in between. Each fork leg features mid-blade mounting bolts that provide greater versatility for tacking on extra gear for longer adventures. And, full fender mounts improve the bike's all-season pedigree. If you can think it on two wheels, the multi-tool that is the RLT might just be the bike for you. From dirt trails to gravel to asphalt, this bike takes it all in stride and you along with it. The RLT 9 RDO—redefining what gravel can be.
Niner RLT 9 3-Star 105
$2,800.00
Niner's people are big fans of the road less traveled. Making independent choices is how they were founded and it's how they approach the future. It is with this philosophy that they created the RLT 9. Is it a 29er? A monster-cross machine? A gravel grinder? The answer is yes. Whether you ride drop bars or flats, skinny tires or something a bit more rotund, the RLT 9 is meant for you. The RLT 9 Aluminum is constructed of hydroformed alloy, resulting in a frame that is light, efficient, and beautiful. This is paired with a custom gravel-tuned Niner carbon fork with rack mid mounts that seriously up its cargo carrying capacity. The frame features slightly longer chainstays, a lower bottom bracket, and a slacker headtube angle. This creates the ideal geometry for a stable ride on the rockiest of roads, while still capable of winning a proper cross race. The RLT 9 utilizes modern standards—thru axles, flat-mount disc brakes, and a tapered headtube—that yield improved handling, speed control, and wheel stiffness. It's got internal shifter routings ports that are Di2 ready, offers single-speed compatibility with a Biocentric bottom bracket, and has plenty of mounting points for fenders and a rear rack. With room for up to 1.75-inch tires, there are few adventures the RLT 9 isn't ready for. - Shimano 105 drivetrain - Stan's Grail S1 wheels - Schwalbe G-ONE EVO SS tires
Niner RLT 9 2-Star Tiagra
$2,150.00
Niner's people are big fans of the road less traveled. Making independent choices is how they were founded and it's how they approach the future. It is with this philosophy that they created the RLT 9. Is it a 29er? A monster-cross machine? A gravel grinder? The answer is yes. Whether you ride drop bars or flats, skinny tires or something a bit more rotund, the RLT 9 is meant for you. The RLT 9 Aluminum is constructed of hydroformed alloy, resulting in a frame that is light, efficient, and beautiful. This is paired with a custom gravel-tuned Niner carbon fork with rack mid mounts that seriously up its cargo carrying capacity. The frame features slightly longer chainstays, a lower bottom bracket, and a slacker headtube angle. This creates the ideal geometry for a stable ride on the rockiest of roads, while still capable of winning a proper cross race. The RLT 9 utilizes modern standards—thru axles, flat-mount disc brakes, and a tapered headtube—that yield improved handling, speed control, and wheel stiffness. It's got internal shifter routings ports that are Di2 ready, offers single-speed compatibility with a Biocentric bottom bracket, and has plenty of mounting points for fenders and a rear rack. With room for up to 1.75-inch tires, there are few adventures the RLT 9 isn't ready for. - Shimano Tiagra drivetrain - Niner CX alloy wheels - Schwalbe G-One Performance tires
Scott Speedster 10 Disc
$1,499.99
The Scott Speedster is light, agile and cost-efficient. The Speedster 10 Disc features a Shimano 105 groupset, Syncros components, and disc brakes, providing you Pack on the miles on Scott’s Speedster. The Speedster 10 Disc keeps it fast and lightweight with an alloy frame and vibration-hushing full-carbon fork, Syncros Race rims, and Schwalbe Lugano tires. Endurance cycling, however, isn’t just about speed and low weight, but also about comfort and efficiency for the long haul. That’s why Scott spec’d the Speedster 10 Disc with a trustworthy and wide-range 2x11-speed Shimano 105 drivetrain, enabling you to reliably find the perfect gear whether climbing, descending, or laying down rubber on the flats. Wherever you ride your Speedster Disc, enjoy the confidence and control that can only come from the all-weather power you get with this machine’s hydraulic disc brakes. And, Syncros bars and saddle are designed for long-distance comfort, so you can keep riding as long as your heart desires with ample amounts of control. You'll be upping your velocity in no time!
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