Originally announced in August, 2019, the 2020 Knolly Cache Steel was released as a cheaper yet equally versatile alternative to the company’s Titanium Cache. Knolly’s claims the custom steel tubing and carbon fork add up to a gravel bike that’s “predictable in technical terrain but stable and comfortable for long rides.” The Cache Steel has a max tire clearance of 27.5 x 2.1″ and offers plenty of mounting options. You can read about that here. Along with it’s arrival, the Knolly crew put together an informative overview video from none other than Knolly Owner/Designer, Noel Buckley. Watch that below followed by some photos from Knolly’s stomping grounds in Vancouver, British Columbia.
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