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The REILLY GRADIENT is an unprecedented engineering achievement. It combines a hydro-formed 3AL-2.5V titanium tube set, reminiscent of our favourite steel tubing Columbus Spirit HSS, with the adventure frame geometry which Mark Reilly perfected over a 30-year frame building career. Mark's design work on the Gradient was so progressive that its launch pre-dated the whole gravel phenomenon. The Gradient is the embodiment of titanium’s classic ‘flex and flow’, guaranteeing all-day comfort. Whether you’re riding road, gravel, audax, cycle cross, touring or commuting, this is the perfect ‘do-it-all’ bike!
Regular price £5,199.00 inc. VAT

Finish: Anodised Logos 

Groupset Manufacturer: SRAM

SRAM Groupsets: Force 12-Speed eTap AXS XPLR 1x 

Add Classified Powershift: No

Chainring 1x: 42t

Cassette: 10-44 (SRAM XPLR 1x)

Crank Length: 170mm

Stem Length: 90mm

Bar Width: 400mm c to c

Wheelset: DCR x Reilly All-Road 700c

Tyres: Pirelli Cinturato 40mm

Seat Clamp Pembree purple 

Bar Tape Supacaz star fade

Road CC / David Arthur – “Fun and capable adventure road bike with great looks to match the great ride.” Read the full 4-star review here 

"The Gradient is right at home negotiating narrow tree-lined singletrack with loose corners and steep climbs and would be a good choice if you're looking for a bike to tackle one of the growing number of gravel events like the Dirty Reiver."

Gritcx / Mark Tearle – “Where this bike really excels, in my view, is when you point it downwards.”

"I want one. I won’t rest until I get one. I know that if this bike was in my shed that, more often than not, it is the bike I would grab more than any others to take me out on adventures. It’s so versatile, so capable and so damned pretty. This is a bicycle that doesn’t ask, it just insists and, well, who am I refuse?"

ADVNTR CC / James Deane – “I could tell the Gradient was going to be a fun bike to ride as soon as I saw it. And I was right.” Read the full review here 

"The Gradient is a thoroughly modern ‘go anywhere’ bike. Equally at home on or off road, it will take you anywhere. And it will do it fast! Progressive geometry means the Gradient is capable running both 700c and 650b wheels."