Foundry Cycles expands its line of performance titanium bikes with the Flyover cyclocross model. In addition to internal cable routing and a slightly higher bottom bracket, the Flyover also features a lightened 44mm headtube and rear flat mount brake. Both of these features aid in keeping the overall weight of the Flyover down.
The Flyover is available both as a frameset—which utilizes Foundry’s custom double and triple butted 3Al/2.5V titanium tubing and includes a Whisky No.9 fork, DT RWS front and rear axles, Cane Creek headset, and a seat collar—and as a complete bike.
The complete version features a SRAM Force 1 drivetrain with HRD hydraulic brakes, DT Swiss R23 wheels, Zipp Service Course SL cockpit, and Clement MXP 33c tires. The frameset and complete bike will retail for $2,595 and $4,695 respectively and will be available in June.
Foundry also updated its Overland, the bike that won the 2015 Gravel World Championships. The bike keeps its custom double butted 3Al/2.5V titanium frame, thru-axles, removable fender mounts, 41c tire clearance and mixed-surface geometry.
The Overland complete build now features a SRAM Rival 22 drivetrain with HRD hydraulic brakes, DT Swiss R24 wheels, Zipp Service Course cockpit, and Clement MSO 40c tires and carries a new reduced price tag of $4,295 (previously $4,695). The Overland is also available as a frameset —which includes a Whisky No.9 fork, DT RWS front and rear axles, Cane Creek headset and a seat collar — for $2,495.
In addition to a spec change and lower price, the Overland also comes in a new Olive Green frame color; with a painted to match Whisky No.9 fork. For longer days in the saddle, Foundry added a third water bottle cage mount to the underside of the Overland’s downtube. Framesets and complete bikes will be available in May.
More information: foundrycycles.com