The frame weighs 1100 g and comes in five sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL. The geometries derive from the mountain bike: the frame triangle develops horizontally, the reach is quite pronounced. This solutions make it possible to use a shorter handlebar stem that works in synergy with the open steering angle (70°).
A transformation that translates into better handling and control on the more demanding trails with a fully loaded bike.
Ready for change
The frame has been designed to fit a fork with extra-length blades. This configuration makes it easier to install a suspension fork (40 mm max travel compatible with the 1"1/4 - 1"1/2 conical headset series) without changing the frame overall geometries.
The opening on the fork's right stem allows the passage of the dynamo hub cable, if used. Even the 27.2 mm seatpost can be replaced with a dropper post.
Fixing and load points
The front and back carriers load the weight of the bags onto the thru axles that pass through the frame and fork. This was done to reduce any structural stress on the Adlar.
Other fixing points offer stability and the option of installing a third bottle holder or a tool bag under the down tube, in addition to a top tube bag.