FIRST LOOK: REVEL’S FIRST DIRT JUMPER – THE TWEEDY
REVEL BIKES' NEW TWEEDY FRAME LOOKS INCREDIBLE
If you haven’t heard of Revel Bikes or style master Brady Tweedy who rides for them, you may be living under a rock. Revel, based out of Carbondale, Colorada, has built a reputation for making high-quality carbon fiber bikes. Their bike lineup includes the Rail 27.5 and 29, the Rascal, the Ranger, and their gravel bike the Rove. Well, now they’ve added Reynolds steel to the mix.
Introducing the new Tweedy dirt jumper. They will be offering this bike in a couple of different options as both a complete build and just the frame.
We’ve been a fan of Brady Tweedy’s riding since we began following him on Instagram a couple of years back. His creativity and flow on a bike is inspiring and so fun to watch. Be sure to check him out when you get a chance. It seems only fitting that Revel has named this new frame after this jib master. We can’t wait to see what he does with it in the future.
A portion of the profits from every bike and frame sold goes to help Brady in his career. You can support a rad company and rider by grabbing one for yourself.
We are thrilled to launch Revel’s first dirt jump bike! Brady Tweedy has been a friend and a team rider since the very beginning of Revel. He embodies everything we could ask for from a brand ambassador and sponsored rider. He not only shreds any bike you give him but his love of riding and positive attitude represents everything we want our company to be and we think he deserves his own pro model.
A portion of every frame sold goes to Brady, to support his riding career, and we are pretty excited about that.
We want every bike we make to be something special. When it came to making a dirt jump bike, we wanted something really special, so we started with the material. Instead of using standard, basic, cheap chromoly steel, we went to the other end of the spectrum. Our inner bike nerds couldn’t help it- we had to make it out of Reynolds 853 steel– the best of the best tubing on the planet for making a steel bicycle. We worked with Brady to come up with the geometry for this DJ bike. We kept it simple with a threaded BB, integrated headset, bolt-on axle and integrated seat clamp. We use an ultra-durable clear coat to show off the high quality welds on the frame- all built by hand by artisans in one of the best steel bike manufacturing facilities in Taiwan. This frame is simple, elegant, and will develop a nice patina under the clear coat with age.
“This bike represents our passion of creating a product simply for the joy of making something excellent that we all wanted. The fact that it’s a pro model for Brady is even more special. He’s one of the kindest people I know, hilarious, and can ride a bike like no other. I’m honored to have him representing Revel.” -Adam Miller Owner/Founder
- Designed and tested with input from Revel rider, Brady Tweedy
- Clearcoat over raw metal finish
- Revel’s first pro-model frame. One of our ways we give back to our riders
- Reynolds 853 steel frame
- Designed around 428mm axle to crown fork with 40mm offset
- Horizontal, track style dropouts. 10x135mm bolt on
- 73mm threaded bottom bracket
- 32T max chainring with 52mm chainline
- IS mount rear brake with external cable routing. 140-180mm rotor
- Rear tire clearance for 26×2.3”
- IS42/IS52 headset
- Integrated seat collar
- 27.2 seatpost
- Available as frame only ($969)
- Complete builds ($2500) only available at www.revelbikes.com