We had a great time in Bristol at our first Bespoked UK show, 7-9 April 2017! We were in good company at Stand 57, with Steve and Rob of Rodford Built and Eric Estlund of Winter Bicycles as neighbors, and Craig Calfee and Rob English right nearby. We were surrounded by Bespoked Award winners, current and former! The weather was beautiful (really!), and we really enjoyed Bristol. The area of town around Brunel’s Old Station is being revitalized, and offers some great restaurants and pubs. We particularly enjoyed the Mud Dock Café, Pub, and Bikeshop. Everything good in one place: bikes, beer, and coffee. Not necessarily in that order.
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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