The Grinder 1 is a mixed breed of an endurance road bike and an off-road machine. Its wider tires enable it to easily maneuver through unpaved country roads, forest trails, and multi-use paths. The Grinder 1 is designed around an endurance-based geometry that can fly down roads less traveled. The frame is constructed of 7005 double-butted aluminum, shedding weight where it is not necessary. Internal cable routing is used on the Grinder frames to prevent grime build-up and cable corrosion. The Grinder 1 is equipped with hydraulic disc brakes to improve braking response under any weather conditions, making this ride ideal for anything from off-road venturing to all-weather commuting.
The Grinder 3 features a frame constructed of 7005 double-butted aluminum, shedding weight where it is not necessary. A carbon fork is attached to further decrease weight and offer a more responsive ride. Internal cable routing is used on the Grinder frames, preventing grime buildup and cable corrosion. It is equipped with a full Shimano Ultegra groupset, including hydraulic disc brakes to improve brake response in any weather conditions. The Grinder bikes are ideal for anything from off-road venturing to all-weather commuting.
The Trail Grinder is a rocket of a gravel bike. With its swanky, 2.10-inch Schwalbe Thunder Burt tires, a Kind Shock dropper seatpost, and a SRAM Apex 1x drivetrain, the Trail Grinder lets you know where it wants to go. Built around a lightweight aluminum frame and carbon fork combo, the Trail Grinder is an agile ride that'll drive you to test your limits. Tubeless-ready rims enable a low-cost upgrade to improved traction and flat protection. Excellent components throughout, including a Selle Royal Asphalt saddle, leave little else to be desired.
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