Full disclosure - we don't like the way a lot of gravel bikes ride on the road. Too many compromises away from where most bikes spend most of their time - on-the-road! The remit for Landrace was to build a bike that owners find hard to categorise, but would also be their default ride. Landrace has a shorter chainstay and back end than every-other mixed-terrain bike. Do Landrace is able to perform at the highest level wherever it finds itself. A bike that somehow feels more balanced, poised and efficient on any surface at any speed. A bike to bridge the space between full custom and off-the-peg geometry.
Designed in Cyclefit. Crafted in Boston. Landrace is made according to our design and specification by Seven Cycles in Boston. Seven are the most experienced and exacting titanium fabricators in the world. Seven Titanium White-Paper
"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!"
"Julian was very knowledgeable and explained the fitting process very well. He came highly recommended and i completely agree. Very happy with the service.
Instantly felt better on the bike. The pain i had in my knee went away right away.
"A very thorough, professional and personal service. I was keen to analyse my bike position after breaking my hip. The custom footbeds and alterations to my position feel really good, just wish I’d come sooner! Many thanks"
Endurance MTB rider
"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."
London Dynamo Rider
"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."