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Battaglin Launches a New range of Gravel Bikes Under the Label Full Dynamix

Battaglin Cicli has launched a new range of gravel bikes under the label Full Dynamix, offering customers a choice in material from carbon fiber to aluminum and steel.

The new range comprises three models aptly called the Gravel C, Gravel A and Gravel S, all of which are completely handmade in Italy.

The Gravel C features a full 3K carbon tube-to-tube construction, allowing Full Dynamix complete control over the fabrication process. 

Prominent features that punctuate the Gravel C are front and rear thru-axles, flat-mount dic brakes, internal cable routing, a PressFit BB92 bottom bracket, 1X and 2X drivetrain compatibility and clearance for 700 x 41 mm / 650 b x 50 mm tires.

Want one?

You had best place your order now, as the Gravel C is limited to a production run of just 60 of these glorious framesets.

The Gravel A follows the same artisan principles as the Gravel C, using only the finest materials sourced in Italy, and left only to the hands of skilled, Italian framebuilders to make it.

Indeed, the Gravel A features Dedacciai’s Aegis custom tubing, with some of the most immaculate welds we’ve ever seen.

Just like its carbon sibling, everything that makes a gravel bike a gravel bike are apparent on the Gravel C to include the decision to use a CNC machined 68mm bottom bracket shell that’s compatible with both mechanical and electronic groupsets, along with a full carbon monocoque fork.

The Gravel A is available in six standard geometries, ranging from XS to XXL.

If you adhere to the phrase “steel is real”, things don’t get any more real in the gravel bike segment than the Gravel S.

The foundation for building the Gravel S comes courtesy of Columbus LIFE steel tubing, which is again assembled via some of the cleanest welds we’ve ever seen.

The Gravel S is equipped with everything it needs to tackle the rigors of gravel grinding, to include the same modern-day carbon monocoque fork as its other two sibs.

We hope to see some of the Full Dynamix gravel bikes in the flesh real soon.

Until then, you can learn more about the range by visiting their website here.

Magnifico! 

 

 

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