Seeking Versatility with the Stainless Steel Brodie Wolff

Morgan Taylor of The Radavist has been pushing our Brodie Wolff to the limits over the Summer. With a diverse range of cycling, he seeks new challenges for the Wolff on and off-road. ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................

In recent years, bikes of all kinds have been segregated into smaller and smaller categories, marketed to more and more specific uses. Meanwhile, riders are looking for a performance machine that allows them to enjoy a wide range of riding. Splitting the difference between categories can make for a confusing experience while looking for a bike. The Brodie Wolff is one such bike, with DNA from a variety of places. I’ve spent the past few months ripping the Wolff on roads, trails, and everywhere in between.

Let’s start with a bit of background. Some of my best times on a bike in the past decade have been on steel road frames from the ‘70s and ‘80s. These bikes, originally designed around larger tires than those from the decades between then and now, have a versatility that makes them excellent daily rides to this day. The current surge toward higher clearance on road bikes brings back this versatility – with the added bonus of disc brakes........

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Seeking Versatility with the Brodie Wolff – Morgan Taylor

 

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