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Fast Patrick’s Crust Bikes Romanceür with 11-Speed Campagnolo Centaur

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Fast Patrick’s Crust Bikes Romanceür with 11-Speed Campagnolo Centaur

The Romanceür has gotten a lot of love over here at The Radavist since its inception in both the disc and rim brake versions. While we just posted Ronnie’s build a few months back, this weekend at the LA Invitational, John caught up with Patrick, the other “Rubber Baron” in Ultradynamico, who had just picked up a new frame from Crust Bikes. After a shakedown ride for the Invitational, he spent some time in a San Marino alleyway shooting photos of it, so let’s check it out below!

Mid South 2022: Jared and His Crust Evasion Lite

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Mid South 2022: Jared and His Crust Evasion Lite

Wow! What a weekend that was. The Mid South returned this year and so I found myself in Stillwater once again, hanging out at District Bicycles, shooting the event as well as a few bike portraits. Tomorrow, we’ll be posting our über gallery but today I wanted to showcase my buddy Jared and his new Crust Bikes Evasion Lite he built up at his shop in North Carolina, Back Alley Bikes, so read on below for more!

Rubber Baron Ronnie and His 650b Ultradynamico Crust Romanceür Canti

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Rubber Baron Ronnie and His 650b Ultradynamico Crust Romanceür Canti

What will soon be seven summers ago, Crust Bikes CEO Matt pedaled his prototype Evasion to the end of Long Island to catch a ferry across the Sound to where the fishing boat I was working on docked each evening. I readied the lines as the boat backed into the harbor.  Looking up, I could see a backlit figure of a cyclist above the docks in the parking lot— late summer setting sun illuminating orange and golds through course, untamed hair.  Chest hair.  We had been expecting each other…

Crust Bikes Disc Generator Wheelset is Designed for Your Next Gravel Build

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Crust Bikes Disc Generator Wheelset is Designed for Your Next Gravel Build

Let’s just say it’s safe to bet the world isn’t returning to a sense of normalcy anytime soon, so when a deal like this pops up, we’ve gotta share it! The new Crust Disc Brake wheelset offers quality, lightweight, and affordable generator hub wheelset ($525). The rims are made of 6066 series Aluminum with a welded joint and weigh in at 360g, making them a great choice for your gravel-focused bike like the Bombora, or a more road-oriented Lightning Bolt build.

Each wheelset has a Shutter Precision PL-7 dynamo front hub, and a rear hub with either a Shimano 12 speed compatible or Sram XDR driver. Currently, Crust only offer its disc brake wheels in 650b but 700c is on the way (we think/hope/pray). Also, how good is that Crust Bikes Mavic flip?

See more at Crust Bikes.

Uncle Ron’s Orthopedic Back Bar Is In Stock Now at Crust Bikes

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Uncle Ron’s Orthopedic Back Bar Is In Stock Now at Crust Bikes

With the Duralcan love in our Top 10 Beautiful Bicycles of 2021 post, this couldn’t come at a better time. These bars have been in development for a while now, and are featured on Ronnie’s Duralcan in our gallery. Crust Bikes just got a full order up on their website. Here’s the gist:

“Uncle Ron’s Orthopedic Back Bar “Ron’s Ortho Bar” is a high-performance spinal alignment tool for the aging athlete.  3 unique comfort tech hand positions matched with the industry-leading width tame the wildest of 2 wheeled stallions.  A handlebar that you can point down the Boca boardwalk, GDMB trail, and everywhere in between… spinally aligned like a stoic statue of your departed youth.

A long 110-130mm stem is recommended for the Xtreme comfort tech sweepback of these bars.  No end shifter compliance to prevent trail stabbing from the pointy protrusion.  Made of 7000 series aluminum. 400 grams. 69cm wide, 69º backsweep, 69mm rise.”

In stock now at Crust Bikes for $120.