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BOTM: U.P.P.E.R. C.L.A.S.S. - part 3

Andy Kessler - 24-Mar-2017
Here we go with part 3 of our Bike of the Month. In part 2 we showed you for the first time pictures of a complete assembled U.P.P.E.R. We have been overwhelmed by the positive feedback to this gallery and the launch in general. 

It has been almost a month since we launched the U.P.P.E.R. during our CrossFondue event. But it feels much longer. We are working hard to keep up with the demand. We can fulfill all existing orders but expect some shortages over the  next couple of weeks. We try to have them back in stock in an acceptable time frame.



We have more BOTMs with the U.P.P.E.R. frame in the pipeline for inspiration over the next couple of months.

Here we go with the details specifications of this black beauty.

Model U.P.P.E.R.
size L
color Matte black
headset Cane Creek 40
fork OPEN UPPER U TURN
stem  ENVE road stem 90mm
handlebar ENVE road bar 42mm
handlebar grip FIZIK
seatpost ENVE 2 BOLT 27.2
saddle BROOKS CAMBIUM C13
brakes SRAM Force1 Hydro Disc
rotors SRAM 160 front , 140 rear
shifters SRAM Force1 Hydro Disc
crank  SRAM Force1, BB30,  175mm
bb SRAM PF30 
chainrings SRAM Force1 40T
front and rear derailleur SRAM Force1 Long Cage Type 2.1
cassette SRAM X01 10-42t Black
chain SRAM Force 11spd
wheels ENVE M50, 29,  centerlock
hubs DT 240
tire Schwalbe X-ONE, tubeless
weight 7.1kg
 

Happy trails

Comments & Questions

OPEN
Nice work gentlemen.....Love the quality, love the business plan...
Post #1 of 8. Posted by Doug Honeyford on 24-Mar-2017 09:48:12 GMT in reply to blog [0<--2629]
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My campy crank 50/34 175mm won't fit
Post #2 of 8. Posted by Alain perinetti on 24-Mar-2017 10:19:36 GMT in reply to blog [0<--2631]
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Most Campy cranks don't fit. Some do. We'll show some options in one of the upcoming BOTMs, just waiting for some parts from Campy to double-check.
Post #5 of 8. Posted by Gerard Vroomen on 25-Mar-2017 22:38:44 GMT in reply to post #2 [2631<--2643]
OPEN
Belissimo!
Post #3 of 8. Posted by cristi on 24-Mar-2017 10:45:46 GMT in reply to blog [0<--2635]
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Hope my order made the cut! It's been almost two weeks since I put money down on it.
Post #4 of 8. Posted by Chuck Ferguson on 24-Mar-2017 19:15:38 GMT in reply to blog [0<--2642]
OPEN
Nice build. Can I add a SRAM 10-50 Eagle cassette and chainring with road bike shifters. I'm looking for a configuration with up to 500% gear ratio
Post #6 of 8. Posted by HMC on 26-Mar-2017 03:01:22 GMT in reply to blog [0<--2648]
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a couple of quick of quick questions for you. i ma 265 lbs and looking at the UP. Am I too heavy for the carbon frame. want to buy a frameset that lasts forever. Also i hear people say wheels and tires are very important when it comes to supporting the frame, however most have weight limits too. Should I be concerned with those limits as well? used to ride custom steel frameset w no limits. planned riding is primarily road (chip seal) and some gravel / path. no real hard trail riding. Your thoughts please
Post #7 of 8. Posted by Marc on 26-Mar-2017 10:20:27 GMT in reply to blog [0<--2650]
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This is such a gorgeous bike. I love those lines of the seat stays merging at the seat tube. Chapeau!
Post #8 of 8. Posted by Mark Spencer on 26-Mar-2017 12:35:51 GMT in reply to blog [0<--2652]
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