Picking your own path, Cache Steel edit with Dylan Crane

Picking your own path, Cache Steel edit with Dylan Crane

Posted by Noel Buckley on

Rider: Dylan Crane

Model: Cache Steel (size 62.5)

Video: Picking our own path

By: Tim Dacosta 

Story behind Dylan's edit

I've never owned a bike that was designed for road, even a gravel road. So, when Knolly asked me to put something together with their Cache, I was a bit lost as to what I should make. I'm not a gravel rider... or so I thought. I came to the conclusion that it's still got two wheels and there's no reason I couldn't take it to the same places I enjoyed riding my mountain bike. I wanted to see just how far I could take the Cache before I was too far over my head. Turns out, I have yet to find that point. As you'll see in the video, it's capable of quite a lot and I'll have to try a bit harder in the next one to reach its full capabilities. Yes, it may not be the most ideal bike for some of the things I have decided to ride with it but man does it make it interesting. Who wouldn't want that? You can go ride this bike anywhere and it will always be fun. Now, the question is, where should I take it next? 

Dylan's Cache Steel

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