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Bingham Built Gravel Bike

Bingham Built Gravel Bike

Our latest feature is a custom Bingham BUILT gravel bike featuring a SRAM AXS Force 1x “mullet” groupset. This gravel rig is built not only for long days in the saddle on gravel roads but is also snappy enough for a swift group ride on pavement. For more information visit binghambuiltbikes.com.

In lieu of the North American Handmade Bike Show, we decided to give you another opportunity to get a glimpse of some of the bikes you might have missed. Full disclosure, we are working with the manufacturers and using what is supplied to us for specs, these specs may be different build to build.

Bingham Built Gravel Bike
This custom Bingham BUILT gravel bike equipped with: SRAM AXS Force 1x “mullet” groupset, 40t chainring, 10-50 cassette, Easton Flare handlebar, Bingham BUILT stem, Enve G23 wheelset with i9 Hydra hubs, 38mm Maxxis Rambler tires and a Seven Matador fork featuring a 55mm offset
Bingham Built Gravel Bike
With a name like “Chris King”, you know it’s gotta be good. Shown above is their T47 30i Bottom Bracket in red with SRAM Red cranks.
Bingham Built Gravel Bike
There must be something in the water in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, what else could explain so many companies doing amazing welds.
Bingham Built Gravel Bike
Unique to most gravel bikes is a boost 148 rear hub in order to optimize chain angle with a 1x drivetrain while still having short chainstays. SRAM Force AXS Hydro brakes handle the stopping aspect of things along with 140mm SRAM Centerline XR CL Rotors
Bingham Built Gravel Bike
A 3rd water bottle cage adorns the downtube for long days in the saddle. Additional welds include one for a Bento-Box, along with upper and lower rack mounts.
Bingham Built Gravel Bike
Rack ready! Upper and lower eyelets provide a solid way to mount racks. Of course, all bikes are custom made and you can skip the mounts for a cleaner look.

Bonus YouTube Video the Bingham Built Gravel Bike

Something not mentioned in the video – It has a Seven Cycles Matador fork with 55mm offset to accommodate a longer front-center for stability and to inspire confidence on rougher terrain. Also, we are thinking he meant 47cm frame and not 47mm.

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