FRAMESET - $2,875
Cielo frames are made to order and ship within 8 weeks.
Webster’s definition on the word Base: noun \ˈbās\ : the bottom or lowest part of something : the part on which something rests or is supported. In regards to this new purpose built frame, you can think of gravel as being that base. The base to roads that wind and twist and even two-wheel drift a bit when they haven’t been paved.
The Cielo Base Racer will excel on all these roads. With adjusted road geometry that accommodates up to a 38mm tire (32mm with fenders installed), you have the room to dial in your set up for whatever you are setting out on. With the Chris King T47 threaded bottom bracket give PF30 shell stiffness with threaded bottom bracket security. To finish it off, the Base Racer is paired with a paint to match ENVE GRD fork.
- 38mm tire clearance
- T47 bottom bracket shell
- Asymmetrical chainstays*
- Fender eyelets
- Brass headbadge
- Includes Chris King Tapered NoThreadSet™ Headset
- ENVE™ Carbon Disc GRD 12mm Thru-axle fork painted to match
- Cable or electronic shifting configurations**
- Optional pump peg
Cielo Stem Option
Cielo Racer Stems, made in-house by the Cielo builders, are available in a variety sizes and lengths and are offered in the full spectrum of Cielo paint colors to match your Cielo frame. The faceplates are available in the same nine beautifully anodized colors available on Chris King Components. Click to learn more.
|head tube:||34mm – 44mm externally tapered headtube|
|fork steerer tube:||1-1/8” to 1-1/4″ tapered steerer|
|bottom bracket size:||T47 Bottom Bracket|
|rear hub spacing:||142mm x 12mm thru axle (47mm x 1mm)|
|front derailleur clamp:||28.6mm|
- Seat tube length measured from center of bottom bracket to center of top tube.
- Chainstay length measured from center of bottom bracket to center of dropout.
- Bottom bracket height measured while using 700c x 35mm tires.
- Fork height measured from center of axle to crown race.
Limited warranty: 5 year craftsmanship and 1 year on materials.
*Asymmetrical chainstays provide a longer chainstay on the right side (drive side) for reduced weight and increased stiffness. The shorter chainstay on the left side (non-driveside) allows room for disc brake calipers. Due to the asymmetry of the chainstay layout, clearance between the tires and the chainstays can appear different from left to right side.
**Electronic configuration designed specifically for use with seatpost integrated batteries. Electronic configuration includes Shimano Di2 and SRAM eTap.