Complete (Finally) gravel bike rough stuff 650B Rawland rSogn Campagnolo SRAM Shimano Velocity SOMA Avid

Frame/fork: Rawland rSogn M/L
Headset: Velo-Orange
Seatpost collar: Thomson
Cable stops: Tektro (front) & Paul Funky Monkey (rear)

Crankset: Shimano FC-R4550, 34/46, 170mm
Bottom bracket: Shimano Dura-Ace
Chain: KMC
Cassette: Shimano HG-61, 11-32, 9-speed

Shifters: Campagnolo Centaur ProShift, 10-speed
Front derailleur: Campagnolo Centaur (braze-on, Problem Solvers clamp)
Rear derailleur: da Vinci/SRAM X9
Brakes: Avid Shorty 6, Kool-Stop Tectonic pads

Rims: Velocity Synergy, 650B, 32h
Tires: SOMA B-Line 650B x 38 (shown), Schwalbe Marathon 650B x 42, Kenda Nevegal 650B x 2.1″
Hubs: Shimano Deore M590, 32h, 135mm rear
Spokes: Wheelsmith DB, brass nipples

Saddle: Selle An-Atomica Titanico
Seatpost: Titec Pluto Gold, 27.2x350mm
Stem: Shimano PRO PLT, 80mm x 10-degreee x 31.8
Handlebars: Ritchey Curve Comp, 44cm x 31.8

4 thoughts on “Complete (Finally)

  1. thomas

    That is a really great looking build. I am sure the anticipation was killing you. Hope the weather holds for you to get out and ride!

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  3. Sean

    Nice, have you weighed the bike? I’d like to know the weight of this machine as I plan on setting up something similar.

    1. gravelbike Post author

      No, I haven’t weighed it. I know it’s lighter than my Salsa Vaya, but since I never weighed that bike, it’s all relative. I’ve been toying with the idea of having some lighter wheels built up for the rSogn, but they’ll probably take a backseat to a dyno-equipped wheel for Vaya.

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