Seven Cycles

Seven Cycles in Boston are the builder's builder. Every custom company measures themselves against Seven. Titanium specialists, R&D Heavyweights - lightweight impresarios.

Axiom Slxx

Shared Values

Cyclefit and Seven Cycles share the same ethic that anything short of perfection is a real shame and an opportunity lost. Moreover we commend Seven for their unswerving commitment to craftsmanship and provenance. They, like Cyclefit, feel that where in the world something is made and the lives of the people that make the products, is crucial to the quality and to the relationship the customer enjoys with their bike over time. Seven are titanium specialists. They know more about engineering titanium frames than any other company on earth. Seven White Paper

Seven's frames are beautifully made and owned by many Cyclefit employees and during the ten years we have been building bikes with Seven we have never had to send one back for any warranty issue. Not a one! We like reliability.

We have listed a selection of our most popular framesets that can be built with any type of component to create the dream bike you desire. To see more Seven bikes you can visit Seven Cycles website and our gallery of bespoke builds.

"Seven's last for decades and hundreds of thousands of miles. they are the quintessential bikes for life!"

Seven Models and Options

Seven are custom specialists. In that spirit there are literally thousands of possibilities and options available to you to make your bicycle as perfect and personalised as possible. Our job is to make sure that we curate your project perfectly so exclude the things you don't need, but also to think ahead to the things that you may need in the future. This is vital because Seven's last decades and hundreds of thousands of miles. they are the quintessential bikes for life!

Seven XX, SL, S

All Sevens are handmade in Boston US, from US milled titanium that is drawn, swaged, butted and shaped in-house. The raw titanium is exactly the same from model to model, but the processes the tubing will go through are dramatically different. In simple terms the more elaborate the tubing processes the more expensive the frame will be - Seven Titanium White-Paper

XX - Can be applied to 622, Axiom or Evergreen. XX is a result of a year long project by Seven founder, Rob Vandermark to re-imagine what is possible with the metal that he knows better than any other person in the world. The context was that the world was moving towards disc-braked bikes, so the frames need to be both stiffer and stronger, but no heavier. No other titanium builder has managed this. But Rob has. XX is the pinnacle of what is possible with superb design and engineering, regardless of cost. Triple-butted, shaved, honed, polished to a fraction of a millimetre. It is important to remember XX frames are still designed to last a true lifetime.

What features are included in the XX models?

  • XX specifics for disc brake frames:
  • About 11 ounces of weight savings
  • XX tube butting
  • Compact frame design
  • Asymmetric dropouts and chainstays
  • Modified bottom bracket. English (or T47 upgrade*)
  • Modified breather holes
  • XX flat mount brake adapter

What options are separate from XX and still require an upcharge?

1) Internal seatbinder and Ti 30.9 seatpost - £250
2) Moto seatstays - £75
3) Dropped or Chopped chainstays - £295/£495
4) 1" Chainstays - £120

    622 XX

    Axiom XX

    Evergreen XX

    SL - Historically Seven's signature tubeset. SL Denotes that the tubeset is double-butted. All Seven's tube process are completed in house - Seven White Paper - Engineering titanium is ferociously difficult, time-consuming and therefore expensive. SL means that each tube is selected and engineered change the wall-thickness of the tube twice along its length.

    S - Seven's S level frames use plain-gauge - i.e. non-butted tubes. These frames are perfect for high-mileage tourers or commuter bikes where strength and longevity is more important than weight.

    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
    • "I'm new to cycling so needed some support on finding a bike that would be right for me. Julian couldn't have been kinder or more supportive, he took time to find out what I wanted from my cycling and then looked closely at my physical structure to ensure that the bike is a comfortable fit for me. It really is a 5 star service and far exceeded my expectations."

      RM

      New Cyclist

    • "Thanks very much for consultation last week - since I saw you I do not have anything like the same amount of pain I was experiencing previously. I am so much more at ease with my new positioning and my posture feels right now."

      Jane B
    • "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+)

    • "A great service, full of personal touches as well as the "harder" scientific analysis of my position on the bike, which was also excellent. I feel more planted on the bike now, and came away with some really useful feedback from the session."

      Ed H

      London Dynamo Rider