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This Vialé Titanium Frame has been inspired by a region in Northwest Italy and is made from Lynskey’s optimised titanium tubing and genuine unrivalled handmade US construction. It features a generous tyre clearance for up to 30C tyres, rear rack mount so you can ride the open roads with your essentials, work clothes or groceries safely stored and mudguard mounts to help keep you dry and mud-free from spray.
- Rack and mudguard mounts
- Recommended Fork: Lynskey Endurance
- Headset Recommended: 1-1/8″ external cups
- Disc brake specific with 135mm spacing
- Head Tube Design: 1-1/8″ straight steerer fork only – (recommended headset: Cane Creek 110 EC34)
- Bottom Bracket Type: 68mm standard English
- Seatpost Diameter: 27.2mm
- Seat Tube Diameter (Front Derailleur Clamp Size): 31.8mm
- Wheel Size: 700c
- Max Tyre Width: 30C
- Dropouts: With replaceable aluminium hanger for 9mm quick release
- Rear Spacing: 135mm with 9mm quick release
- Brake Type: Mechanical or hydraulic disc
Lynskey Viale Titanium Frame Review:
The Lynskey endurance titanium steel is an Australian-made steel tubing bike with a distinctive and timeless character, available in several builds and an endless list of custom options. The Lynskey endurance is a slightly tuned down version of the Viale titanium, and unlike the viale, it uses a custom dropout with a replaceable derailleur hanger and non-disc mount. The Lynskey endurance was designed with a mix of Italian style and Australian strength, and can easily be dressed up or down as desired. The result is an incredibly versatile machine that you can take off road over any terrain.
A distinctive bike with a timeless elegance
The Lynskey endurance features Lynskey’s modified, lower, slacker geometry which maintains enough head and seat tube angle to maintain a comfortable ride while still giving you that aggressive riding style with the super low top tube. Lynskey modified their geometry after extensive testing of professional racers on both the Lynskey endurance and the Vialé. The low head tube, short stem, and steep seat angle make the Lynskey endurance extremely efficient, while the large tyre clearance, long chainstay and massive clearances give you a stable and confident ride.
The Lynskey endurance has a modified, lower slacker geometry which maintains a comfortable ride while still giving you the aggressive riding style. The long chain-stays give you a stable and confident ride.
I have personally been riding the Lynskey endurance for over a year. I have ridden this bike to work, ridden it off-road at both Carton’s and Bells Beach, took it to the snow, and ridden it on 50km Audax rides. I have also done a number of centuries on this steed, including the 400km Redback 400 and the Golden Saddle. This bike is a daily road bike that can also handle an off-road adventure, and as such, has all the features, comfort, and steel strength to give a comfortable ride over any terrain.
The Lynskey endurance is incredibly versatile. In addition to the low seattube, decent clearance for such a thin-tubed frame, and good road tire clearance, this bike is available in many different custom builds with an endless customization menu of options, and includes a custom rear rack which is very handy when off-road riding.
A full custom build, it is an incredibly versatile bike that will suit you well on any adventure.
The Lynskey endurance has all the comfort and strength that you need on the road, and then the Lynskey design includes all the custom features to make it the perfect all-road adventure steed. With an available range of Lynskey titanium frames built with your choices of groupset, Lynskey has an option available to suit your riding style, from a standard touring setup complete with mudguard mounts, to a light race build with a pair of powermeters and every possible accessory imaginable.
This Lynskey endurance has a pair of power meters on the crankset. Perfect for serious races, you can track your performance in real time!
The Lynskey endurance is available in custom 27.2mm steel seatposts, with a matching steel 27.2mm seatcollar, and a Lynskey custom 27.2mm head set. The rear rack also has the 27.2mm head set so that you can easily upgrade the rear rack to a pair of panniers to carry your stuff. There are also options for your gears with SRAM Force or Shimano Ultegra gearsets, a double chainring, and a single chainring. At the end of the crankset, there are options for a standard SRAM Force or Shimano Ultegra disc brakes with steel lever finishing, a Shimano 105 mechanical disc brake set-up, and also a custom Shimano shifter and brake set-up.
The Lynskey endurance is available with several groupset options. This Lynskey endurance has SRAM Force groupset, which is a fantastic all-road groupset with a pair of power meters.
Such a wide range of options make this Lynskey endurance the perfect choice for every road rider. If you’re looking for a bike with strength, quality, and classic aesthetics, look no further. Lynskey has the bike for you.
In this article I will take a look at the Lynskey endurance, a classic steel road bike with modern updates for a quality Italian road bike. The Lynskey endurance is extremely versatile; from commuting to work, to a weekend ride to the beach, to a bit of off-road riding, the Lynskey endurance can handle anything you throw at it.
The Lynskey endurance is a Lynskey-built road bike with the unmistakable classic European aesthetics that will be forever in style.
The Lynskey endurance has many of the classic features of a classic Italian road bike. The Lynskey endurance features distinctive lines to give it the definitive classic lines; Lynskey has added unique touches, such as the slight curve to the top tube, and an incredible use of top tube paint to give it the classic look. The Lynskey endurance is available in Chromoly steel or Lynskey’s signature optional Titanium.
The Lynskey endurance is available in both Bonito Blue and Pelicon Grey paint jobs, the latter of which is the signature color scheme used on Lynskey’s Ti frames.
Despite the classic Italian styling, the Lynskey endurance is not just a classic style. The Lynskey endurance has modern touches, such as bottom bracket cable routing on the fork and bottom bracket, a tapered head tube, direct mount brakes, and a wide range of groupset options, including a power meter option. The Lynskey endurance is perfect for all occasions; a great weekend ride for the cafe with the friends, a bit of off-road riding, or a casual ride to the beach, this Lynskey endurance can handle anything you throw at it.
The Lynskey endurance is available in the renowned Pelicon grey or the more “classic” bonito blue. The Lynskey endurance uses the signature Pelicon Grey on the frame and fork, with bonito blue on the seat post and fork lowers. The Lynskey endurance has your name written on it.
The Lynskey endurance is available with a wide range of groupset options. The standard groupset option is SRAM Force, with Shimano Ultegra, 105, and an awesome power meter option available.
This Lynskey endurance has a SRAM Force groupset with a pair of power meters on the crankset. The Lynskey endurance can handle anything you throw at it.
The Lynskey endurance is available in Lynskey-built carbon forks to absorb the vibrations of rough roads. The Lynskey endurance uses a Lynskey-built fork with steel dropouts to replace the non-disc-equipped rear and the stock fork. Lynskey has a custom rear rack for the endurance to mount your panniers and take your gear with you.