Last week, a reader clued us in on the new Spooky ROVR from Phoenix, Arizona-based Spooky Cycle Works. Spooky specializes in design/build aluminium bikes and works with their customers from start to finish to create “high-quality products while still offering quick production times.” Currently, Spooky offers two standard models: the ROVR, a big tired gravel bike, and the MAVRK, a race-inspired road bike.
The ROVR was recently updated with all new specs, including a wider 73mm bottom bracket and clearance for 700c x 50mm / 650b x 2.25″ tires. The frame is made from tempered 7005 series Italian aluminum tubing, comes standard with three bottle mounts, and framesets are finished with a Chris King Inset 7 Headset, and either an ENVE Gravel or Adventure Fork. The ROVR is designed around the SRAM AXS eTap Wide groupset for its efficiency and aesthetics, but cable routing can be added if desired.
Spooky ROVR Specs
- Tire Clearance: 700c x 50mm / 650b (27.5″) x 2.25″
- Dropout Spacing: 142x12mm (rear), 100x12mm (front)
- Brakes: Flat Mount Disc
- Seatpost Diameter: 31.6mm
- Front Derailleur Clamp: 35mm
- Bottom Bracket: English threaded 73mm
- Internal cable routing
The Spooky ROVR frameset pricing starts at $2,999 and comes in a desert tan or salmon paint job. Options like mechanical cable routing, a color-matched stem, and ENVE components are all available for an added charge. Complete builds and custom paint jobs are also available through Spooky. Head over to WeAreSpooky.com to learn more.
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