Cielo’s new Cross Racer comes in disc and cantilever versions with a paint scheme after the Aston Martin DBR1 race car. They get a 44mm headtube with 135mm rear spacing on the disc version.
There are two color combos. Shown above is the DBR1 paint scheme in traditional British racing green with the neon yellow grill. This was done so their pit crew could easily spot the car as it came into put lane in foul weather, so it’s apropos for cyclocross. The other is a silver and orange that’s almost as good looking, and you can get either paint scheme on either frame version. Retail is $2,499 for frame, ENVE fork and headset.
Peep the other one and the rest of their new and limited edition bikes below…
The new Overlander mountain adventure touring bike is built to be “something you could live off of.”
It has tons of eyelets for mounting all manner of racks and fenders. It has a 44 headtube designed to use a house-made tapered fork. It’s still in development and they’re not sure if it’ll taper to 1.25″ or 1.5″, but with the external lower headset cup, you could put anything in there. Rocker dropouts allow any rear end, and S-Bend stays offer a bit of cush and better tire clearance. Disc brakes front and rear. $1,995 F,F&HS.
Special edition Tanner Goods bike that’ll be sold through 2013 as a frameset with fork, headset, fenders and three Tanner Goods waxed canvas bags with leather tabs. Gunmetal and orange paint scheme will only be available on this model. $2,895.
There’s a new special edition Champagne color on their road bike that’ll include frame, fork and paint matched fenders as well as a purple Chris King headset. It’s also now the only place you can get purple hubs and BB (as add ons) now that the limited run from earlier this year are all sold out. $2,040 for a Sportif, but the color’s available on any model.