Not to be confused with the SUPERCHUB, the new Quirk Cycles SUPRACHUB is a drop-bar gravel bike with room for 29 x 2.3″ tires, clean internal cable routing, and unique 3D printed dropouts and seat cluster. Learn more here…

The new Quirk Cycles SUPRACHUB is a handmade drop-bar 29er that “takes drop-bar off-roading to heady heights of maximum surefootedness.” Handmade in London, UK, the Suprachub has clearance for 29 x 2.3″ tires for traction and floatation over rough terrain, internal cable routing, a slack-ish head tube angle, and a long rear end for better climbing.

Quirk Suprachub

Just like the SUPERCHUB, the SUPRACHUB features a 3D printed stainless steel seat cluster to join the seat stays and top tube. Which, according to Quirk, increases tire clearance and frame compliance. The frame has an integrated seat post clamp that hides within the seat cluster, and the rear dropouts are also 3D printed to reduce weight and increase strength.

  • Quirk Suprachub
  • Quirk Suprachub


  • Compatible with the Rockshox Rudy Gravel fork, and 30/40mm front travel for extra control in the dirt
  • T47 86mm Bottom Bracket
  • 160mm max rotor
  • 12x142mm hub spacing
  • 27.2mm seatpost
  • Quirk 3D-printed dropouts
  • Oversized 54ID headtube
  • Custom Quirk headbadge
  • Signature paint
  • Quirk Suprachub
  • Quirk Suprachub
  • Quirk Suprachub
Quirk Suprachub
  • Quirk Suprachub
  • Quirk Suprachub

Framesets with a carbon fork start at £3,925 (~$4,400 USD) or with a Rudy suspension fork for £4,425 (~$5,000 USD). Complete builds start at £5,600 (~$6,300 USD) and have several drivetrain options (AXS mullet, XPLR AXS, GRX Di2, or mechanical), component choices, and paint in one of the current year’s signature finishes. All prices include custom geometry, Quirk Custom Select tubing, Chris King headset, 3D printed dropouts, integrated seat clamp, and your choice of Wireless, Di2, or mechanical cable routing.

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