Seven Cycles has announced their latest and greatest cyclocross frame, the Mudhoney Pro.
Built with carbon fiber tubes throughout, the lugs and chainstays are titanium for a frame weight coming in under three pounds. The frame was inspired by their Elium SLX carbon-ti road bike and takes the (also carbon-ti) Mudhoney SLX and adds carbon downtube and seatstays. Seven’s blog says they chiseled every last gram out of the frame.
As with all of Seven Cycles’ bikes, the Mudhoney Pro is a full custom affair. By using the titanium lugs, they can give it any size and geometry the riders needs. Frames start at $4,995 and run up to $9,395 with a Dura-Ace Di2 built kit. Available mid-November 2011.