Sanitas Bikes Tap Root Ti Hardtail


Sanitas Bikes Tap Root Ti Hardtail

Sanitas Bikes, profiled here on The Radavist last year, just announced its new sibling to its Root hardtail. the Tap Root. This titanium chassis trail bike was designed to be the most versatile model in Sanitas’ lineup…

The Tap Root was born with a modern, versatile geometry in mind. It is intended to be built with a 120mm suspension fork and ample clearance for 29×2.6” tires. With sliding dropout’s standard, this provides the versatility to run the drivetrain of your choice. Gears, Single Speed, Traditional derailleur, Direct Mount derailleur, the Tap Root can do it all.

Sanitas’ stock geometry & size-specific T3A/2.5V straight gauge titanium tube sets delivers a lightweight and exceptionally strong frameset that is built to be nimble, comfortable, durable, and extremely fun to ride.

The frame is configured with external brake and shift cable routing along with internal dropper port routing. Cables are routed on the underside of the downtube on the front half of the frame and also on the underside chain stays for a clean overall appearance. Offered with six stock geometries to choose from.

Standard satin finish with the options to choose from either brushed logos or Black or White Vinyl decals. The Tap Root can be purchased as a frame to be built using the components of your choosing or offered as a complete bike with a mechanical drivetrain from SRAM or Shimano.

Pricing starts at $2,750 for a frame and $5,950 for a GX build. See more at Sanitas.