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Each year, we try to cover as many new cyclocross and gravel products as we can at the Sea Otter Classic. This year our team was on the move, and as our extensive 2018 Sea Otter archive shows, we were able to get to a good number of companies' booths. Our coverage from Monterey will be wrapping up soon, but today, we take a look at some more of the cyclocross and gravel bikes that caught our eyes during the annual trade show.

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Ren Cycles Ivan

TRP had the titanium Ivan frameset on display from Portland-based Ren Cycles.

Ren's Ivan frame features belt drive compatibility. © Cyclocross Magazine

Ren’s Ivan frame features belt drive compatibility. © Cyclocross Magazine

The frameset is the company’s do it all cyclocross and gravel racing platform. This particular one was set up as a singlespeed with a Gates belt drive.

The Gates belt drive system offers a very low maintenance drivetrain. © Cyclocross Magazine

The Gates belt drive system offers a very low maintenance drivetrain. © Cyclocross Magazine

Portland based Ren Cycles builds road and cyclocross bikes using titanium. © Cyclocross Magazine

Portland-based Ren Cycles builds road and cyclocross bikes using titanium. © Cyclocross Magazine

As with aluminum, titanium frames can be anodized rather than painted for a unique look. © Cyclocross Magazine

As with aluminum, titanium frames can be anodized rather than painted for a unique look. © Cyclocross Magazine

More info: rencycles.com

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