HIGH COUNTRY GRAVEL
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HIGH COUNTRY GRAVEL
Introducing the High Country - our latest gravel beast.
Light, fast and comfortable. The perfect tool for your next gravel adventure.
Updates and improvements from the Peacemaker.
The High Country features fully internal cable routing, BSA threaded bottom bracket, rack & fender mounts and is dropper compatible.
Carbon frame and our new Adventure Racing Fork*.
Fully internal cable routing.
FSA ACR headset.
Three bottle mount locations.
Top tube mount.
Rack & fender mounts.
27.2MM seat post size.
BSA68 threaded bottom bracket.
160MM rotor size.
Flat mount brakes.
Up to 29 x 2.1" tire clearance - depending on tire choice.
- Dropper post compatible.
Sizing recommendations (see geo chart below for full specs)
- XS (49CM equivalent) | 5'1" - 5'4.5" tall
- SM (52CM equivalent) | 5'3.5" - 5'8" tall
- MD (54CM equivalent) | 5'6.5" - 5'10" tall
- LG (56CM equivalent) | 5'9.5" - 6'2" tall
- XL (58CM equivalent) | 6'2" - 6'4" tall
- XXL (61CM equivalent) | 6'3.5" - 6'6" tall
*Adventure Race Fork
- Triple Cage Mounts | 1.5kg/3.3lbs max load per side. Not designed for front rack or lowrider systems.
The High Country has a maximum total weight limit (combined weight of bicycle, rider, and cargo) of 280 pounds.
Real World Weight. Some brands like to hide the true weight of their framesets by only weighing bare frames without the fork or removing all the critical hardware, we prefer to offer up the true weight of our complete framesets. Having said that, frameset weights vary widely on frame size and paint/finish. The complete XL fade featured at the top of this page comes in at 19lbs with pedals, bottle cages, 29x2.1" MTB tires with sealant. Most AXS builds with our stock gravel tires are coming in below 19lbs.
Geometry & Fit. The High Country's geometry is the latest evolution in gravel bikes. Much like the recent trend in mountain bikes, the High Country frame is long and low and is designed to be built with a shorter stem than older gravel frame designs. Often times the numbers won't match up to your old bike - but that's the whole purpose of buying a new frame with modern "new school" geometry. We've included a fit recommendation chart based on proportions of the average male and female rider which is a great starting point. Like any bike, fit can be dialed in with stem length and seat post offset. Most riders will find that a 0MM offset post and a stem 10MM shorter than what your old bike was spec'd with is the way to go. If you have long arms or legs (or both), then a 20/25MM offset post may be a better choice. If you have any questions about fit and some challenges you may personally have, drop us a line and we'll be glad to help.