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. 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!

  2. 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. 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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