Bossi Bicyles Grit Titanium Gravel Bike: A Collaboration with La Velocita & Bio-Mechanics Cycle & Repairs

There’s a joke in the bike industry:  “Performance, durability, value………..pick two” – We believe there shouldn’t be a compromise.

Concepts of bike performance have become fixated on a very narrow focus. Race bikes are being marketed as the pinnacle of road-bike development but are compromised in the real world: harsh ride quality, low durability, extravagant price tags. These bikes invariably fall short of a rider’s expectations.

Our bike designs are born from this frustration of hype over reality. We get that real-world riders want real-world performance: strong, fast, durable, bikes. Bikes that can deliver performance and comfort over the longest distances, for years on end, and with unrivaled value. We build bikes for life, with performance that lasts.

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The Grit is Bossi Bicycles entry into the flourishing market of gravel bikes. Featuring:

  • 3AL-2.5V Titanium frame with butted seatpost, hydroformed top tube and oversized downtube
  • 6AL-4V press-fit bottom bracket, Bossi Torayca T800 Monocoque carbon flat-mount disc fork with triple rack mounts
  • Good tyre clearance in 700c (42mm) and 650b (45mm)
  • And a lot more
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The Grit is available as a frame and fork and three standard build options; custom builds are available.

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This video is a collaboration with James of Velocita and Pete from Bio-Mechanics Cycles & Repairs. Many thanks to James for his photos, build video footage and assistance during filming, and to Pete for running through the details of the bike and build process.

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  1. Avatar ljsmith

    The joke is that they think $3750 for a frameset is “value”. It may in fact be a very nice frame and worth every penny, but it’s not a value. Also a max tire size of 650b x 45 is a joke, who makes tires in that size?

    • Avatar Lee Wai Sing

      It’s a misquote of Bontrager’s famous “strong, light, cheap, pick two”.

  2. Avatar Ron

    I think for less than $3750 you could get a fully double-butted custom frameset from Bingham Built or Kish… with a T47 bottom bracket.

    • JOM JOM

      As an FYI, those prices are in $AU. I haven’t looked up Bingham or Kish, so I don’t know if that changes anything.

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