Bike Check: Flat Bar Cache + Suspension fork

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Rider: Dylan Crane

Bike: 2021 62cm Knolly Cache Steel Midnight Blue

IG: @dylanhcrane

Size 6’4” 195 lbs

Bike Spec:

SR Suntour GVX Gravel Fork

Industry Nine UL250 Carbon CX Wheels

Schwalbe G-One Gravel Tire

Tag Metals T1 carbon bar cut to 750mm and T1 150mm dropper post and T1 saddle

Industry Nine A35 60mm stem

Sensus Disdaboss grips

Rotor Kapic 175mm cranks and BB

Rotor 1x13 hydraulic drivetrain with 11-52 cassette

Shimano XTR brakes with 160mm rotors


This is the first year I have ridden any sort of road or gravel. It’s not something I am used to and not something I ever thought I would do. However, it is an incredible training tool for mountain biking and now that I have it I’m very excited to do more and explore the possibilities. I wanted to build a gravel bike that was bomb proof and I could take just about anywhere if I got too bored of the road and saw a fun singletrack take off. That's one of the great things about this bike, you can tell that it was designed by mountain bikers to have fun where the pavement ends. I have already done things on this bike that really shouldn’t be done on a gravel bike which honestly makes it that much more fun. I am excited to try it out more and then share with you guys just how capable this bike really is. Keep your eye out for some great content.

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