For 2017, Métier Vélo frames will be available in two editions: Classic and Team. Here’s the latest info until I have time to update the Métier Vélo website.
The Métier Vélo Super622 features 3D-printed titanium lugs paired with custom-designed, filament-wound carbon fiber tubes by Tim Crossman Composites exclusively for Métier Vélo. The geometry is based on the well-regarded Cannondale Super6 Evo with a few updates, such as graceful 8mm seatstays and a sloping, tapered top tube for the super-tuck position on descents. It features the Métier Vélo integrated saddle mount and custom dropouts in 3D-printed titanium. The frame is eTAP only, which keeps it super-clean, and the component selection features Utah-based suppliers TRP (brakes), ENVE (fork, bars, and stem), and Reynolds Cycling (wheels).
Métier Vélo will show two bicycles at Bespoked: my personal ride built with lugs from GPI and tubes from RockWest Composites, and the latest Super 622 Evo with custom filament-wound tubes made exclusively for Métier Vélo by Tim Crossman Composites and Kanfit3D lugs. Both bicycles feature the exclusive and sexy MASM integrated saddle mount. See us there 7-9 April at Booth 57 in Bristol!
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