Sage Bicycles is a semi-custom, titanium bike company based in Beaverton, Oregon. The company just released its latest made-in-the-USA drop-bar rig, the Storm King, which is named after a singletrack trail just west of Bend, Oregon. Sage claims the Storm King has a different ride feel than their Barlow gravel bike “through a geometry best-suited for buff singletrack and rocky fire roads.” The Storm King features clearance for 700C x 50mm or 650 x 2.4″ tires and four pairs of bottle mounts. Here are the specs, a geometry chart, and a full photo gallery.
- 148 x 12mm Boost Thru-Axle design
- Flat Mount Disc Brake mounts
- Electronic and Mechanical Drivetrain Capable
- Ability to run up to a 50/34 Compact gear setup
- Ovalized and shaped tubing
- 44mm headtube
- Stealth frame and fork fender mounts
- Internal rear brake line and dropper post routing
- 3 bottle cage mounts (two in the triangle, one under)
- A pair of mounts on the top tube for a bolt-on top tube bag
The Stage Storm King is available as a frame only with a variety of decal options for $3,200, or with an Enve G-series fork for $3,960. The bike shown here has a custom paint job. There are also several complete options to choose from. Find out more over at SageTitanium.com.
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