Redline Bicycles launched its new 2015 Conquest Flight cyclocross frame at Sea Otter, and this summer hosted a “Dream Build” event with major bicycle component companies. While SRAM, Shimano and Campagnolo all participated, companies like FSA, Gavenalle and TRP also threw their components in the ring.
We got a look at two of the builds at Outdoor Demo, and they’re certainly different than off-the-shelf bikes you might seen in the store.
Check out the photo galleries of the “little guy” build, a build without components from SRAM, Shimano or Campagnolo. Stay tuned for a build from FSA.
The “little guy” build of the Conquest Flight Dream Build event. © Cyclocross Magazine
The "little guy" build featured Gevenalle shifters and TRP Hylex hydraulic brakes. © Cyclocross Magazine
Redline's new Conquest Flight. How would you build it up? © Cyclocross Magazine
Mercury wheels and Clement PDX tires. © Cyclocross Magazine
TRP's excellent singlespeed Hylex hydraulic brakes adapted for gears by Gevenalle. © Cyclocross Magazine
Ritchey SuperLogic cockpit. © Cyclocross Magazine
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Microshift derailleurs handled the shifting. © Cyclocross Magazine
The "little guy" build of the Conquest Flight Dream Build event. © Cyclocross Magazine
Wick Werks chainrings provide power transfer helps the Microshift front derailleur shift quickly. © Cyclocross Magazine