Road32

pavement, dirt roads, some trails, and the unexpected

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Road32

We all ride by them. Those dirt roads you want to explore. The cart paths and trails you know you can tackle if you just had a little more rubber. That’s what the Road32 is all about. With plenty of room for up to 700x40c or 650x47b tires and a whole host of brake options to choose from, you can go off the beaten tarmac with confidence and without the added weight and flat bar position of a mountain bike.

Generally speaking, your position on the Road32 will involve a couple of tweaks to your road position. The geometry will be a little more “road like” than a cyclocross bike. The most common brake options include disc brakes, 57 mm reach road calipers, and Paul Racer center pull brakes. Ready to explore?

Current Pricing

While I enjoy shipping framesets, I love seeing the build to completion. I put the same level of finish detailing into the bicycle assembly as I do the frame fabrication. You’ll receive your dream bike ready to ride. I would be very happy to put a quote together with all of your favorite parts! Please contact me for details.

Frame and Fork Prices
Welded Steel Rim Brake – $1850
Welded Steel Disc Brake – $2050
Welded Aluminum Rim Brake – $1650
Welded Aluminum Disc Brake – $1750
Prices above include powder coat finish. Wet paint option starts at $500.
TRP Disc Fork – $580
Enve CX Disc Fork – $542
Parlee CX Disc Fork- $625
Whisky No.7 CX Canti Fork – $399

Prices subject to change. These prices reflect bicycles and frames being shipped today. Future orders are billed at the current pricing at the time of shipment, not the pricing from when the order is placed.
The wet paint option includes painting the fork to match.
Other forks are available. Please inquire about a specific fork if not listed above.
Shipping is billed at cost. I prefer to ship complete bicycles using an AirCaddy, and the carton cost will be factored into the shipping charges.