Norway’s Fara Cycling just launched the latest iteration of its gravel platform, the F/GR, which features revised geometry, increased tire clearance, and more. Find details about their latest full carbon drop-bar rig here…

Norway’s Fara Cycling just launched the newest iteration of its gravel platform, the F/GR. This latest model features a refreshed design, new geometry (with a longer wheelbase and slacker angles), and increased clearance for 700 x 50mm tires. They say it’s focused on fun and is “perfect for those who want to push the limits of what drop-bar bikes are capable of.” The new F/GR rounds out the brand’s trio of models that they believe spans the gamut of drop-bar riding, from smooth asphalt to chunky singletrack.

Fara Cycling, Fara F/GR

Using Fara’s online configurator, buyers can tailor their F/GR to their needs, and bikes are assembled to order and shipped directly to consumers from the brand’s headquarters in Oslo. The Fara F/GR available in four sizes (Small/49cm, Medium/53cm, Large/56cm, and Large/59cm) and four colors (Fjord Green, Winter Sky Blue, Wet Asphalt, and Morell Red). Complete prices start at €3,500 ($4,050) with a Shimano GRX 810 build.

Fara Cycling, Fara F/GR

Fara F/GR Highlights

  • Carbon fiber frame and fork
  • Fully-internal cable routing (Token S-Box System)
  • Curved Seat-Stays for increased comfort
  • In-Frame Stash hatch to carry spares
  • Fara Cycling IBS (Integrated Bikeacking System)
  • 1,050g weight (Size M)
  • 700 x 50mm tire clearance
  • 27.2mm Seatpost, dropper compatible
  • Intuitive Fit geometry
  • T47 Bottom Bracket
  • Integrated Fender Mounts
  • Triple Fork Cargo Mounts
  • SRAM UDH compatible derailleur hanger
  • Direct-mount front brake for 160mm rotors
  • 12mm Through-Axles
  • Fara Cycling, Fara F/GR
  • Fara Cycling, Fara F/GR
  • Fara Cycling, Fara F/GR
  • Fara Cycling, Fara F/GR
  • Fara Cycling, Fara F/GR

Find complete details on the new F/GR and Fara’s other models over at Pre-orders are now open for bikes that will be delivered in spring 2022.



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