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The Four Corners is built for the adventure rider looking to explore deep off of the beaten path, sleep outdoors, and be ready for whatever pavement, dirt road, or light singletrack is around the next corner. The heads-up bar position and generous braze-ons that make it possible to live on the bike for days at a time are equally at home on the daily commute.
The butted 4130 CrMo steel frame and fork are designed to handle fully loaded touring, with up to six bottle mounts, rack and fender eyelets, lowrider fork mounts, generous tire clearance and disc brakes to bring it all to a stop. Four Corners geometry is based on biometric fit data, and we offer five different frame sizes with size proportionate 650B or 700C wheels to properly fit riders between 4’11” – 6’4”. The bars are set high for all-day comfort and heads-up visibility in traffic, with mountain steering geometry capable of taking you down whatever path your destination requires. Carry a laptop and change of clothes during the week, a tent and camp stove come Saturday morning. Get to work, and get out of town.
FIVE FRAME SIZES
The Four Corners is available in five frame sizes to fit riders 4’11 to 6’4” without compromise. For proper fit and bike handling sizes XS and S use 650B wheels, sizes M, L, and XL use 700C.
BOTTLE / GEAR MOUNTS
Fork leg bottle or accessory cage mounts on the base Four Corners, along with traditional front triangle bottle mounts (three on sizes M-XL, two on XS-S) provide up to six bottle cage mounts total.
Disc brakes provide smooth, controlled stopping in all conditions with minimal maintenance.
STEEL IS REAL
The Four Corners uses butted and formed Series 1 4130 CrMo frames specially tuned for loaded touring with upright geometry for comfortable and efficient all-day rides.
|Size||Rider height range|
|XS||150cm to 160cm|
|SM||157cm to 168cm|
|MD||168cm to 178cm|
|LG||178cm to 185cm|
|XL||185cm to 193cm|
Just picked up this XL beast from Urbane a couple weeks ago. Got out once then it snowed. Finally found a bike to fit my 6'4" frame. First new bike in 30 years. First bike ever with disk brakes.
It's heavy, but that's expected with a CrMo frame and fork. The 3x9 speed sora drivetrain works well and should work well except for the gnarliest of steep climbs.
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