Seven 622 XX Disc - Road Frame

Something quite magical happens when you join titanium and carbon in one place. A magic carpet ride.

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Silent, rider tuned road machine

This is the frame that the industry has been waiting for someone to innovate.

Cometh the hour and cometh Seven. The 622 is truly staggering in terms of its scope and reach. Seven's lightest model ever, the 622 SLX features carbon tubes joined with laser-cut titanium lugs. The carbon fibre makes the 622SLX light and stiff.

The titanium gives it a lively ride quality and a durability that belies its aesthetic appeal. Every tube is conceived around a individual's: weight, riding-style and riding aspiration. The iconic 622SLX is also available as a rim-brake version.

Read our 2019 Review

Read our Seven 622SLX Review - 2014

Build Recommendations

Pure Road - up to 32mm tyre clearance, smooth lines, confidence inspiring handling. Recommended fork Enve Road Disc.

All Weather Road - up to 32mm tyre clearance or 28mm tyres with mudguards, for all year riding over the roughest of roads. Recommended fork Enve AR Disc.

£7195.00 Frame only

XX inclusive frame upgrades

Up to 300 grams of weight savings

XX Triple ultra light butted tubes

Internal brake routing

Asymmetric Fastback dropouts and 1" chainstays

Lighter bottom bracket. English (or T47)

Modified breather holes

XX flat mount brake adapter

Optional Frame Upgrades

Dropped Chainstay £330.00

Blasted Name on seat lug £100.00

Mudguard braze-ons FOC

Recommended Fork Options

Enve Road Disc £575.00

Enve AR Disc £760.00

Seven Matador Disc £630.00

Big A7

Laser-cut lugs. natural carbon and titanium finish

Big A6

Asymetric Drop-outs drop weight and increase stiffness

Big A3

Also available as a rim-brake option - but disc is better!

Big A8

Handmade in Boston - Seven are world-leaders in custom

Technical Spec

Tubeset Seven’s Cirrus TC™ Carbon Fiber and Titanium
Average Frame Weight: 1,133 grams
Standard Spec Standard English Bottom Bracket Shell, internal cable routing, T47 BB, One inch chainstays, Asymmetric drop-outs.

What our clients say

  • "I tried the shorter cranks today and I like them - it feels like it's less stress for the back and it seems easier to ride higher cadence. In the end I had a good Tour with no back problems. Thanks for your help!"

    Bauke Mollema
  • "Rode my standard Box Hill loop this morning with the temp shims and more thought to position. Felt more connected and compact on the bike. Fastest ride of the year, picked up close to a km/per hour despite crappy wet pot holed roads, a ton of traffic and a couple of nights out Thu/Fri."

    Matt H

    Seven Evergreen SL

  • "Thanks very much Phil. Did an 80 mile sportive yesterday on the road bike - perfect set up thanks; I've never been so comfortable, and no after effects! Cheers, Ian "

    Ian T.

    Time-Triallist (70+)

  • "The personal service from both Phil and Julian is second to none. They have such a wealth of experience in fitting that they can almost tell at a glance if something is just a little off. It felt as though it didn't matter how long it took to get the best position possible - even for an amateur cyclist like myself. Can't recommend them enough."

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    Cyclist

  • "Hey Julian and Phil, I hope you are both well. I just completed a 21 hour week on my new 165mm cranks and I am in love. They feel so so great! Thank you for all your help. I’ve never felt so comfortable on my bike before. All the best, Hannah"

    Hannah Barnes

    National Champion / Professional Bike Rider