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APPIA ::: ROAD / RACE
The classic feel of a lightweight road machine with the elegant lines of a champion's race bike, the APPIA loves a 25c tire on a wide rim and the all-around challenges of a stage race. Quick to accelerate and solid on a paceline, this bike longs to best its peers; in 2015 both the OBRA Criterium Champion and the Oregon Gran Fondo KOM winner rode an APPIA to the podium.
IVAN ::: CX / SS / ADVENTURE / ALL-ROAD
Having inherited the lines of the WCS-winning Ti Cycles Steilacoom™ the IVAN distills a quarter century of Cascadian cyclocross experience into the perfect race bike. With intuitive handling, whopping tire clearance, a high bottom bracket for clearing rugged terrain, convertible dropouts, Gates Carbon Drive™ compatibility, and accessory bosses for longer trails and summer adventures, there's a whole lotta bike in this package. Beta-tested for two grueling seasons with championship riders at top level events (Sea Otter Classic, Cross Crusade, Gloucester GP, SSCXWC) and hometown series (Rapha Trophy Cup, Blind Date at the Dairy, OBRA Grand Prix) alike, this bike is certified tough. As a bonus, it is keen to roll on 650B wheels.
WAYPOINT ::: GRAVEL / COMMUTER / ALL-ROAD
The ultimate expression of the 'road bike' in every sense of the term; gravel road, dirt path, or paved street, the WAYPOINT loves a long day under the saddle. Proven over thousands of miles on terrain as varied as the Gorge Roubaix and the Oregon Outback, and as adept at shuttling around city streets as it is bike camping 300 miles out of town, there's not much between the trailhead and the office park that our most popular bike can't handle.