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The Bosberg is a no nonsense race bike that’s as comfortable in elite racing as it is on a coffee ride. It shares a similar geometry to the Vlaanderen, but uses a standard seat post for more adjustability, and thinner seatstays to take the edge off those harsh roads

Marco's Bosberg. Photo: Constantin Gerlach

Marco's Bosberg. Photo: Constantin Gerlach

It may not be quite as beefy as its big brother Vlaanderen, but it’s definitely a performer. Made from the highest grade Japanese carbons and weighing in at a mere 825g-1000g (depending on size), the Bosberg’s quality rivals framesets selling for thousands more. Not to mention its white, blue, yellow and orange livery is utterly unique and drop dead sexy. When compared to the Vlaanderen, the Bosberg is an excellent choice for anyone who wants the convenience of a seat post and prefers a bit more comfort over pure power transfer

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Other info: 

  • HOUSING IS ROUTED THROUGH FRAME
  • BB30 bottom bracket
  • 1-1/8" to 1 - 1/4" integrated headset (included)
  •  Front derailleur: braze-on
  • Max tire size: 25mm
  • Topper adjustment range: 1.5cm
  • Drilled for Di2. 
  • Includes 31.6mm carbon post. 

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Bosberg from Push Cartel.

Bosberg from Push Cartel.