The Renegade Explore is your companion in traversing new terrain. From rambling backroad exploration on the weekend to fitness rides after work, the Renegade puts versatility on your side. With relaxed frame geometry, clearance for up to 700 x 42c or 650 x 47b tires, and plentiful mounts for water bottles, racks, and fenders, you get the options you want to suit your needs. The aluminum frame and carbon fork keep weight low while providing a stiff platform for efficient pedaling, and tubeless-ready WTB rims paired with Clement MSO tires spin-up quickly on the road while providing excellent stability and traction on unpaved surfaces. Shimano's 18-speed drivetrain has the range to keep you in the sweet spot no matter where you ride, and mechanical disc brakes give you the confidence to keep riding no matter what the weather brings. A Ritchey bar and stem and Selle Royal saddle complete this do-it-all machine.
Taking the unknown dirt road or increasing your distance on pavement comes naturally to the Renegade Expat. A classic Reynolds steel frame, clearance for wide tires, and a thru-axle carbon fork give it comfort and stability on variable surfaces, while mechanical disc brakes and a Shimano Tiagra 20-speed drivetrain enable hot pursuits whether you're climbing mountains or racking-up century miles. The Renegade is all about lengthy exploration and satisfies all your gear-carrying needs with mounts for fenders, a rear carrier, a low-rider front carrier (or two cages for water bottles/ storage), and three front triangle water bottles, as well as providing a large front triangle for fitting a frame bag if you prefer the bikepacking way. 36c Clement X-Plor tires mounted to WTB Frequency i23 tubeless-ready wheels are a great match for carrying you into the unknown, allowing you to run lower pressures when the going gets rough for a supremely smooth ride. A Ritchey bar and stem combo, Ritchey seatpost, and a Selle Royale saddle complete this build, giving you a super-versatile bike that's dangerously capable of being the one and only bike you may ever need.
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