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Framed Rodez Disc Carbon Road Bike - Rival 1 & Alloy Wheels

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Framed Rodez Disc Carbon Road Bike - Rival 1 & Alloy Wheels
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Framed achieved the pinnacle of simplicity and capability when it created the Rodez Carbon Rival 1x11. Race ready for high speed crits and count line sprints, but versatile enough to sustain climbs. This was made possible by utilizing an 11-36 SRAM cassette and 44t chainring rigged to a lightweight Framed Rodez carbon frame. Don't get left behind! The all carbon frame and fork provide the comfort. The Avid BB7-S road disc brakes provide ample stopping power to keep you safe. Standard Alex Draw 2.1 rims, and Maxxis Re-Fuse 25mm tires take the bite out of bad pavement, and open up new roads to exploration. Sram Rival 1 - Your needs aren't less demanding, they're different. The SRAM Rival 1 groupset is engineered for smooth, reliable shifting action, delivering 100% of what you demand. By eliminating unwanted chain movement, X-HORIZON™ shifts faster, reducing shift effort and chain slap. The Rival 1 group offers comfortable textured levers, precision focused shifting, and an excellent combination of lightweight and durability. Whether you ride road, gravel, or cyclocross, Rival 1 is a group for every need. Alex Draw 2.1 Wheelset - Consistent performance is important when you're out on a ride. You want your equipment to perform well every time you challenge it. That's exactly the type of performance you'll get with the Alex Draw 2.1 wheelset. Handbuilt in St. Paul, MN, Framed Novatec hubs are at the center of this tubeless ... read more
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