Seven Axiom XX

A Classic triple-butted titanium racing bicycle. From Boston USA .


"A superfast race frame that would perform at the highest level and last forever. No pressure."

Seven Axiom XX

James' requirements were clear:

A superfast race frame that would perform at the highest level and last forever. No pressure.

The 'last forever' bit is easy - it is built in with a Seven. The 'race' bit is down to Julian's design and Seven's tube-selection, butting profiles and fabrication - it is neither' s first rodeo by the way. and it shows in the gloriously minimal articulation of cycling performance. Well done everyone.


An essay in minimal function


Chris King headset, Enve fork, internal routing etc


Enve 4:5 wheels, King ti bottle-cages. A bike to ride fast and last


No wires or cables anywhere to be seen


What our clients say

  • "Honestly these are great (custom orthotics). My feet feel totally balanced and stable and I‘m not searching for the pedal when I want to push it. They’ve made a massive difference.”"

    Tom Pidcock

    Olympic MTB Gold Medallist

  • "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

  • "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."


    New Cyclist

  • "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