Steve's multipurpose green gravel machine

Max had one goal when building up his Gravel Disc frameset: tackle anything Boulder County can throw his way. At 6’0″ tall, Max opted for a frame size 57cm and chose components that are equally light and durable. The result is an off-road drop bar bike that’s both capable for daily exploring and race-worthy for weekend grinders. We love the sleek Jet Black paint and blackened components.


Max chose SRAM’s Force 1x mechanical groupset for a simple and straightforward kit that ensures reliability while still providing a high performance, race worthy package.

Max’s gravel rig rolls on Maxxis Rambler 40c, a great all-around and light adventure tire. There’s plenty of room for a bigger tire should the rides get rowdy.

The Ritchey WCS aluminum bars, stem and seat post are light, tough and relatively inexpensive.

VYNL Bikes and HiFi Wheels work together like Simon and Garfunkel. The handbuilt HiFi Mix Tape Disc wheelset with blackened decals is a lightweight, hardwearing and stealthy partner to the Gravel Disc.

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