Breadwinner | Take the Long Way Home B-Road


Breadwinner Cycles is releasing a special edition of their B-Road gravel grinding adventure bike with all the trimmings. Oh yeah!

Everybody wants to ride their bike more. This limited edition Breadwinner, the Take the Long Way Home B-Road, is an iteration of our popular gravel bike packaged with stout features and awesome parts. We are offering it for only two weeks at a special price. Order by October 21 and receive a custom fit and made to order Take the Long Way Home B-Road now!

Frame Specs:
– Columbus Spirit tubing
– Internal brake line *no extra charge
– Breadwinner Stainless Thru Axle Dropouts
– Paragon head tube with custom ring cut for embellishment
– Paragon Stainless barrel adjusters
– 27.2mm seat post
– TRP Thru Axle Disc fork with fender mounts
– Rack/Fender Braze ons *no extra charge
– Silca Super Pista Frame Pump painted to match *no extra charge
– Limited edition paint with topo pattern on inside of fork legs and pump handle
– Custom fit *no extra charge
– English Thread BB shell

Parts Specs:
– Wheels by Sugar Wheel Works
–– Chris King R45 Centerlock hubs, Sapim CX-Ray spokes, HED Belgium, Shimano Icetech Freeza rotors
– Shimano Ultegra 6800 Groupset
– Shimano ST-RS685/BR-RS785 Hydraulic Brake/Lever Set
– Chris King Inset 7 Headset and Threadfit BB
– Thomson Elite Seatpost, X4 stem, KFC handlebars
– Compass Snoqualmie pass 44mm tires (they measure 40mm with the HED Belgium rims)
– Optional PDW Full Metal Fenders (+$99) *sub Compass Stampede Pass 32mm tires
– Brooks C15 Cambium Carved Saddle
– Optional Silca Super Pista Ultimate Floor pump painted to match (+$579)

For more details… CLICK HERE!

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