Cyclocross Magazine has covered the previous version of Fyxation’s Quiver, but an all-new version has been launched that’s more suited to our cyclocross and gravel audience. The new redesigned bike replaces the former rim brake caliper brakes with the new standard–disc brakes. The frame utilizes the same 4130 chromoly steel, but the geometry has been tweaked a bit to allow it to handle bike packing duties or the occasional ’cross race.
The Fyxation Quiver Disc has clearance for tires up to 42mm for the wider-is-better trend followers. The Quiver still comes in a cantilever brake version as well. Both versions feature full rack and fender mounts as well as bottle cage mounts on the fork. Fyxation is also soon to release a carbon fork upgrade option for the Quiver Disc that promises to offer the same tire clearance but shed grams.
The Quiver Canti is also newly redesigned and can be used with either cantilever brakes or linear pull V-brakes. The frame is belt-drive compatible and comes in a matte black with silver graphic scheme. Like the Quiver Disc, the Canti has slick internal cable routing options, an integrated headset and a braze-on seat collar. The Quiver Canti frame and fork also have mid fork mounts, removable brake/shift cable mounts and triple bottle cage mounts to the fork. Of course, the Quiver Canti frame does not include the same caliper mounts that the Disc version has.
The Fyxation Quiver Disc is available now in six sizes (46cm, 49cm, 53cm, 56cm, 59cm, 62cm). The Quiver Disc is available as a complete bike with SRAM Rival 1×11 for $1,350 USD and Shimano Tiagra 2×10 for $1,095 USD. It is also available as a frameset for $479 USD.
The Fyxation Quiver Canti is also available now in four sizes (49cm, 53cm, 56cm, 59cm). The Quiver Canti is available as a complete bike with a 2x drivetrain and Tektro brakes for $1,095 USD. It is also available as a frameset for $479 USD.
Stay tuned as we’ll soon throw a leg over the new carbon fork-equipped Fyxation Disc in the coming weeks.
More info: fyxation.com
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