2017 Why Cycles R+ Titanium road, gravel, cross bike, SRAM Force 1 X 11 Medium

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I just got this bike and I absolutely love it, but it is just a tiny bit too big for me. If I can sell it without loosing too much I can get the same bike in a small. You really need to be at least 5’7″ for this bike and I am a long legged, short torso 5’6″. I researched titanium bikes, Lynskey, Seven, Litespeed, Moots,  before deciding that Why Cycles was the absolute best out there. Compare the details and You are going to see. There are two very minor scratches as shown in the two photos. Take a look at Whycycling.com to see what a great deal you are getting on this bike. You are going to also see that they are currently on backorder, so get one here right now!  I do not have the Evoc shipping bag but bike will be professionally packed and shipped. Also note this bike is selling with the American Classic Sprint 350 disk tubeless wheelset which are also brand new, plus a used set of 25c Schwalbe Pro One tires   Here are a few highlights:

FORCE CARBON KIT

• Frame – Why R+

• Fork – Enve Cross Disc Carbon 

• Headset – CaneCreek 40-series IS42/IS52

• Wheels – American Classic Sprint 350 Disk Tubeless

• Tubes – Tubeless set up included

• Tires – Schwalbe Pro Ones 25c tubeless easy, not brand new

• Bar – Easton EC70 SL 44cm 

• Stem – Truvative T-20 Stylo

• Seatpost – Easton EC70 SL 31.6mm X 400 zero offset

• Seat Collar – Hope 34.9 blue

• Saddle – Ergon SMA3 Standard Black

• Shifters – Sram Force 1×11 speed

• Brakes – Sram Force Hydraulic Disc

• Rotors – Avid Centerline 160mm

• Rear Derailleur – Sram Force 1×11 speed

• Chain – Sram PC1170

• Cassette – Sram PC1150 11-36

• Crankset – Sram Force 44t  X-Sync 172.5mm 

• Bottom Bracket – Sram Threaded 68mm BSA Standard

• Grips – Lizard Skins 2.5 Black Tape 

R+ FRAME SPECS


Headset – Integrated standard 42mm upper cup, 52mm lower cup
Bottom Bracket – Threaded 68mm BSA standard
Axle Spacing – 12mm x 142mm
Dropouts – 12mm Thru Axle, 1.75mm thread pitch, replaceable hangar
Bottle Mounts – Bottle mounts on seat tube, top of down tube, bottom of downtube. Third bottle hole mount on downtube for accessory mounting
Rack Mounts – All standard rack and fender mounts
Seatpost – 31.6mm
Seat clamp – 34.9mm
Brake Max – 160mm rear, direct mount standard

R+ GEOMETRY

The R+ has a few unique geometry features. Mainly, the bottom bracket drop and the reach. The BB drop affects how a bike corners and, combined with chainstay length, affects it’s stability. On the R+ the BB drop is just slightly more than other similar bikes out there, giving it a more stable, comfortable feel, yet making cornering feel more precise when initiated by the rider. The reach is slightly longer than similar bikes, which eliminates some toe-overlap (hitting the toe on the front tire in tight corners) and also optimizes handling by stealing some tactics from the mountain bike world- wider bars and shorter stems.

BECAUSE TITANIUM IS MAGIC

We make our bikes form the best materials conceivable for the terrain we ride. For now, that means titanium, but we’re not stopping there stay posted. We use the highest quality Grade 9 3/2.5 titanium for our frames’ tubing, and 6/4 titanium for the head tube, bottom bracket shell, and machined bits in every single place the frame. The wonder material has such a lot of excellent ride quality attributes: 43% lighter than steel, higher strength-weight ratio than aluminum, significantly more resistant to crash-damage than carbon, and the best vibration damping properties of all three listed here. We think you’ll agree that we achieved our goal of creating titanium frames with a modern twist by engineering guided internal cable routing, stealth dropper post routing, integrated headsets, and threaded bottom brackets. For riders who want a high-end, comfortable, fast bike built to last a lifetime, we consider a properly made titanium frame is the most suitable choice.

Lots more photos available on request 


Titanium is desirable because it’s lighter than steel and stronger than steel and aluminium, and its high fatigue strength means a titanium frame should last ceaselessly. It’s those traits that have ensured it has continued to be a popular choice with cyclists wanting a fine riding frame that will last the length of time. Plus of course there is the fabled ride quality, which is reminiscent of a steel frame with plenty of spring and high comfort, but it can be used to build a stiff race bike depending on tubing diameters and profiles.

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