No 22: Great Divide Road Builds Jun 12, 2013


Last week, I made a post about No 22, a Canadian company who is producing Made in the USA titanium track and road frames. Their road frameset, the Great Divide, retails for around $2,500 (Enve tapered fork, Chris King i8 and Thomson clamp included) and as these photos show, builds up quite nicely with your choice of kit. The guys sent over some photos showing both a Campagnolo Super Record 11 and Dura Ace 9000 build.

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  • No. 22_Bryce

    Thanks for sharing these, John.

  • Ben Bammens

    What a beautiful bike and great pictures!

  • mat Terwilliger

    Love it..finally a no SKAM red build! ..Also off topic but isn’t AMGEN (tour of Cali) as the main sponsor of a bike race like having BUDWEISER host a AA meeting? I mean damn man they make allllllllll that EPO shit..keep on trucking Watson…MT

    • SRAM is an American company dude!

      • mat Terwilliger

        Um yea… I know that Johnny boy. Did I say they were not? Are u drunk already? It’s early…pace yourself..

        • We like America! I’m sober.

          • mat Terwilliger

            We do…their MTN stuff is dialed..

  • alkarpinsky

    I had a look at their site and if you have the time, check it out. I really like the look of that track bike! Both their frames look very “Baum-esque” (this is a good thing!=beauties!)most probably because both are using titanium.
    Glad to see someone doing it from the True North Strong and Free!

  • Bruno Moreno

    I wish thy made this model in a cross version.

  • No. 22_Bryce

    Thanks for all of the positive feedback. We take the Baum comparison as a high compliment.

    Bruno – A cross bike is in the works…

    • Bruno Moreno

      Do you have a release date in mind already?

      • No. 22_Bryce

        We’re aiming for late summer. We will definitely keep John in the loop on it.

  • btdubs

    One day I’ll be 50, rich, fat, and able to afford one of these.

  • Hurtin’ Albertan

    Had no idea these bikes were being designed in my city! Another frame in the running for a new bike next season.