Lynskey’s new titanium GR300 ‘Adventure Edition’ gravel bike looks to be an interesting option for those on the hunt for a comfortable, versatile, titanium gravel bike. As Lynskey puts it, the new GR300 Adventure Edition is for “gravel and adventure-focused riders who demand a bike that ticks all the boxes: road, gravel, rugged commuter, and bike packing. Those who long to ride on road one day and gravel the next, but crave that titanium comfort ride with a smooth finish.” We definitely can’t argue with the benefits of riding a titanium frame, and with generous tire clearance, nice details, and a good selection of bottle and accessory mounts, the new GR300 looks like a pretty fun bike. Find specs below, and more details on build options further down.
- Titanium 3AL-2.5V Tubeset
- Internally Routed Cables
- Top Tube Mount and Three Bottle Mounts
- Rack and Fender Mounts
- Tapered Headtube
- 68mm English Threaded BSA Bottom Bracket Shell
- Wright style dropouts with replaceable aluminum hanger
- 27.2mm Seatpost Diameter
- Flat Mount Disc Brakes
In true Lynskey fashion, the GR300 is not available in one clear-cut build, but has over 15 different builds to choose from, including various frame finishes, graphic colours, and wheelsets. To get an idea, the base SRAM Rival 2x build, including a full set of Nittany Mountain Works bags, is priced at $4,063. This price can easily be increased with upgraded wheels, finishes, and small components. Depending on desired components, the complete build could be closer to $10,000 if you want a Shimano Dura Ace Di2 drivetrain, Stan’s Avion Team Disc wheelset, and other high-end components.
Head over to LynskeyPerformance.com to check out all of the options available, or to build one for yourself.
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