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Hvrt AL

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Description

VARIO GEO CONCEPT

ROAD PLUS

Fender friendly aluminium workhorse booted with generous road tires and equipped with disc brakes. Ready to serve you all year round - no matter the place you live in. But don’t take its kindness as a weakness. Flip the chip in the fork and suddenly you’re not dealing with good old Mr Ed, but a pure blood Arabian! The alternative fork setting, that fits big tires and / or fenders, with slightly slacker angles is ideal for harsh, long endurance rides. Or swap the wheels for a set of 650B's with road-plus and hit that side road that you always wanted to explore. The wheel swap takes 5 minutes, but the difference that it makes is massive! We are not talking about subtleties of typical “endurance” road bikes such as a slightly lower BB or slightly more forgiving frame. We are talking about a black-and-white, go-or-no-go kind of transformation.

 

Thanks to the unique TWINTIP fork you can change your position and adjust the steering character of the bike.

 

This unique solutions let's you adjust your riding position and the handling of the bike. Choose between a low position and snappy handling, or a more upright position and relaxed steering. The concept has already proven itself on the Ruut gravel bike. We are not claiming it's two bikes in one, or that we have invented the wheel. But it works, and you will be supprised just how much more stable the bike feels on rough, technical descents in one axle position, and how much more 'road race ready' and aggressive it feels in the other.

 

Another groundbrakeing thing is the compatibility with 650b road plus wheels. While this is not a complete novelty in biking industry and it has previously been introduced in gravel bikes (also in our RUUT group), which do not deliver a pure road bike experience, which the HVRT does in a full swing!

 

Geometry

Specs

Highlights

  Size Reach Front center Standover height (with stock tyre) Stack Effective TT Head tube Seat tube (C-T) Chain stays BB drop Head tube ST angle Fork (A-C) Fork offset Crank length Bar width Stem length
    mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm angle angle mm mm mm mm mm
HI axle position 51 370 570 775 530 536 112 500 408 72 72,8 73,5 370 45 170 400 90
  54 382 584 800 550 546 133 530 408 72 72,8 73,3 370 45 170 400 90
  56 390 589 820 573 561 155 550 408 72 73,5 73,3 370 45 172,5 420 100
  58 397 600 830 597 575 179 570 410 72 73,8 73,3 370 45 172,5 420 110
  60 405 614 850 617 589 200 600 410 72 73,8 73,3 370 45 175 440 120
LO axle position 51 364 567 780 535 538 110 500 408 67 72,1 72,6 380 40 170 400 90
  54 375 577 805 555 548 130 530 408 67 72,1 72,6 380 40 170 400 90
  56 383 586 825 578 563 160 550 408 67 72,6 72,8 380 40 172,5 420 100
  58 391 597 840 603 578 180 570 410 67 73,1 72,6 380 40 172,5 420 110
  60 398 611 860 622 592 200 600 410 67 73,1 72,6 380 40 175 440 120

 

Frame: HVRT CUSTOM FORMED AL6061-T6 
Fork: TWINTIP CARBON
Handlebar: RONDO ROAD 400MM(XS,S), 440MM(M,L), 460MM(XL)
Grips: VELO COMFORT TAPE
Stem: RONDO 90MM(XS,S), 100MM(M), 110MM(L), 120MM(XL)
Saddle: FABRIC SCOOP FLAT
Seatpost: RONDO 350 X 27.2
Brakes SHIMANO BR305
Shifters: SHIMANO TIAGRA ST4700
Crankset: SHIMANO TIAGRA FC4700 50/34
Deraileur rear/front: SHIMANO TIAGRA RD4700/FD4700
Cassette: SHIMANO KCS4700 11-28 11 SPEED
Chain: SHIMANO HG500
Hubs RONDO SUPERLIGHT SEALED BEARINGS
Rims: RONDO ALLOY 622-20
Tyres: MICHELIN DYNAMIC CLASSIC 700c x 28

ADJUSTABLE HEAD ANGLE AND FORK TRAIL

CUSTOM FORMED AL6061-T6 ALLOY FRAME

HVRT TWINTIP CARBON FORK

FLAT MOUNT DISC BRAKES

FENDERS MOUNTS

650B x 47C TIRES CLEARANCE

Media reviews

Faq

road.cc: HVRT AL review
What does the name stand for?
What tires does the bike take?
Isn't the HVRT simply an aero gravel bike?
What’s the main difference between the HVRT and other road bikes?
What is the difference between the bikes built various frame materials?
What’s up with the TWINTIP fork?
How much slower is the HVRT on Road Plus tires compared to 700C?
Can I ride off-road on the HVRT?
Can I do road races on the HVRT?
Why not just put the Ruut on road tires? Wouldn't it be the same as the HVRT then?
When should I use it on 700C, when on 650B?
How big is the difference in comfort between 700C and 650B
Why is the bike so heavy?
What kind of guy should buy the HVRT, who should get the RUUT
Why doesn't the bike have an integrated bar stem combo, or cables hidden in the cockpit?
Why do you put on only 25mm tires on some models? Isn’t that old school?
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