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    Stigmata gravel

    Its coming

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    It is already a great bike for gravel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshuaFACE View Post
    Its coming
    And I just happen to be in the market for a new gravel frame.


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    its a great bike for gravel. I just want more tire clearance and 650b compat

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    .........but when ? how soon ??????

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    Surely its got to be soon, they just released new 650/700c wheels. Is this waiting for the new SRAM Force 2x12 group? Debating if it will be worth waiting for or just order a Rodeo Labs Trail Donkey 3.0?

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    Im sure it is soon, but..i picked up a cannondale topstone, decided i didnt need and ultra expensive gravel bike, since it wont be ridden that often, as im focusing on the mountain bike this year. i also keep road bikes for 5 years or so, where as mtb im getting a new one every year.
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    So this will be a new redesigned model and not just a gravel specific build of the existing one?

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    Im going to be upset if it does. Was between a Stigmata or Revolt Advanced 0 (I get both at a considerable discount). The Revolt with the carbon wheels, color way, build kit, and price made the decision for me. Now if they're to release a new Stigmata gravel, especially in a color i like, i'll be slightly bitter about my choice. Seems very likely they will be as the Stigmata has not been updated since its carbon iteration and there's the release of the new gravel wheelset. If theyre going full gravel we'll see an updated geometry or the flip side just a Stigmata with a "gravel" build.

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    Very cool. Would love to see some more braze ons, maybe fork mount option and a pair of top tube bolts. I think Ibis missed the mark a bit (on the Hakka) without these little add ons to cater to the long distance or multiday gravel events that are gaining a lot of steam.

    Stoked to see this new Santa Cruz!

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    anyone heard anything here?

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    It's here.

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    Sweet. Difficult to come up with anything additional. Even fender support!
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    Juliana version too.

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    It's great

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    Missed the mark a bit leaving braze ons off the fork IMO. Definitely a nice bike though. Lot to like

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisbshralp View Post
    Juliana version too.
    That Midnight Blue is the beautiful and by far my favorite base color I've seen on any SC/Juliana frame ever.

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    Dropper post compatibility too - wonder how?

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    But I must say - a nicely rendered upgrade to the Stigmata / Quincy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tavaenga View Post
    Dropper post compatibility too - wonder how?
    Specialized makes 27.2 droppers, likely there are others too.
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    holy crap that juliana paint job is f****g epic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lithified View Post
    Missed the mark a bit leaving braze ons off the fork IMO. ...
    I believe this them. Mount a fender, at least...

    Stigmata gravel-xyz_deets_test7.jpg
    Do the math.

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    Ugly paint jobs. I have the black CC version with the teal logos. These are ugly enough that I don't think I would buy either. Maybe the green one and put some graphics on it to make it look camo or something.

    Is it that hard to choose colors that don't suck? Or at least give a black option for people? There are other bikes on the market that are competitive with this design that aren't colors commonly associated with vomit.

    Strong opinion here, sorry for that, but I just can't believe they asked around the office and people were like, "yeah those colors are sick man!!"......
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    I like both the new Stig colors, but seriously the Juliana is absolutely gorgeous. Of course if you don't like this years colors, you'll get two new choices next year... Or you could always do a custom paint on your own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr.T View Post
    Specialized makes 27.2 droppers, likely there are others too.

    PNW, KS and Thompson all do as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeguy0 View Post
    I have the black CC version with the teal logos. These are ugly enough that I don't think I would buy either. Maybe the green one and put some graphics on it to make it look camo or something.
    I've got the same version as you. I prefer matte black to pretty much anything, and typically green/yellow would be at the bottom of my list if I did have to pick a color. That said, I could definitely live with the olive green, especially with its "slick masked logo that lets the carbon’s layers show through".

    I find the mustard more tasteful than most shades of yellow I've seen, but it must be a gravel thing or something if people actually like it.

    I am glad they didn't go too overboard making it gravel specific, at the expense of a CX racing bike. Not crazy about the longer headtube, but other than that it's basically still the same proven geometry with a little more tire clearance, can't argue with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin513 View Post
    PNW, KS and Thompson all do as well.
    Thanks, was wondering more about the cable routing - previous generation (2015-2019) Stigmata was a hack to get the cable through the BB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Rager View Post
    I believe this them. Mount a fender, at least...

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    Exactly - a fender mount. Where is the pair or triple boss for some bottles or cargo cages? Oh well, I understand it for the targeted market segment. Bike still looks great.

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    Any frame weights listed?

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    Stigmata gravel

    Quote Originally Posted by jeddog69 View Post
    Any frame weights listed?
    The swiss distributor lists 1.13 kg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tavaenga View Post
    Thanks, was wondering more about the cable routing - previous generation (2015-2019) Stigmata was a hack to get the cable through the BB
    I have a 2018 Stig with dropper. The routing for it is extremely easy if you don't use the plastic cable guide that's inside the bottom bracket cover. Just redo the RD housing as well so it's just one direct shot from shifter to RD without the cut at the BB and you are done.

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