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Colorado-based bike manufacturer Alchemy Bikes is digging deeper into dirt.
At Sea Otter, the brand released two new bikes — the Rogue gravel bike and Argos titanium hardtail mountain bike. In addition, Alchemy’s 2022 Arktos full-suspension mountain bike receives an upgrade with a flip-chip linkage modification.
The Rogue brings a second bike to Alchemy’s gravel quiver. With a slacker head tube angle (70.5 degrees in size medium) and room for wider tires, the Rogue offers more terrain capability than Alchemy’s existing Ronin. Progressive geometry and features like dropper-post compatibility and numerous mounts for racks, bags, and bottles give the Rogue a ‘do-anything’ personality.
The Rogue is hydraulic and wireless dropper post compatible.
The Rogue is available Shimano’s GRX Di2 and SRAM’s Force and Red AXS stock, with available upgrades to XPLR components as well. The bike comes in six sizes, from XS to XXL. Six colors are in stock, with custom paint optional from $500. Frames start at $4,299 with full builds from $7,999 to $9,999.