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Flatbar Redwood

Flatbar Redwood

Regular price $ 879.99 USD
Regular price $ 879.99 USD Sale price $ 879.99 USD
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Color: Matte Black
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An amp'd up geometry made to eat up gravel with enough tire to absorb the vibrations of a rutted-rocky trail. Redwood wheels have 27.5" thru-axle/tubeless compatible rims. Allowing a 2.6" tire to clear this frame without issues (tire and rim combos vary). Whether you are on trails most gravel bikes would shudder at or taking in newfound sights on your next bikepacking trip the Redwood is ready.

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Gravel, Single-Track, Bikepacking it does it all.

The Redwood has a setup that allows it to be capable on terrain meant for a hardtail mountain bike while giving you plenty of rack mounts for multi-day bikepacking trips. The Redwood's geometry makes it a great bike for climbing This is a great option for someone who is looking for a gravel bike that can go out a little further or a person looking for a do-it-all commuter bike.

Don't want to go with an aggressive tire? The Redwood can take just about any gravel tire you can fit on the frame with a range of 650b x 42-50mm. The gearing range is set up for folks looking to get up steep climbs while offering a solid top-end speed. The rider's abilities can range but top-end speed on flat ground can range between 25-26 mph at a moderate cadence.

Benefits of a flatbar: The great part about flatbars is that it is the most universal feel to folks riding. We have all ridden flatbars at some point which adds a boost of confidence to someone who is not as experienced as they'd like to be on dirt. It provides a wide grip keeping you stable and riding with confidence.

Customer Reviews

Based on 52 reviews
So happy I went with the Redwood

I finally decided on a poseidon redwood after about two months of searching for a sub 1200$ gravel bike. I ended up going with it because it was a few hundred bucks cheaper than anything else comparable and I could put that money into upgrades. I have now had the bike for around a month and have about 500 miles on it and I could not be happier. I have done everything from road rides to gravel to technical single track. I have a few other bikes including a carbon nukeproof mega that cost like 5 times my redwood and I still reach for this one 9/10 times. I genuinely feel like this could easily be someones only bike. Also, there is surprisingly great community support for poseidon bikes on FB/reddit which is extremely helpful. I cant recommend this bike enough!

Micah Barrett

Exactly what I what I needed!