Sonder Camino Ti Rival1 Mechanical
Partnered with SRAM Rival1 groupset. The titanium Camino and monocoque fork and class-leading components for round-the-world travel
List Price: £2249.00
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Pictures are for illustration and some components and finishing kit of this build may be different. Please refer to the detailed spec sheet before placing an order.
How To Order
All our bikes are built individually to order. If you want to change any part of the spec to suit your needs then get in touch.
Camino Ti Frame
Please allow 10 working days for us to build, check, pack and despatch your Sonder.
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At a glance
- For the long distance traveller
- Hand welded titanium frame and monocoque carbon fork
- Relaxed riding position for comfort and performance
- Avid BB5 mechanical disc brakes
- Rear mudguard and pannier rack mounts
- 650c and 700c wheel size compatible
- SRAM Rival1 groupset
Sharing the DNA of a cyclocross, gravel and adventure race bike, the geometry has been relaxed for for long day comfort, Camino is designed to get you out there exploring the world. Whether meandering along the dusty trails of California or racing for the finish of Tuscany Trail, Camino gives you the exhilarating mix of speed and versatility.
Light twangy titanium with slack head angle combined with the longer wheelbase, Camino excels both loaded and unloaded, absorbing every surface you ride.
Lightness and speed combined with comfort and stability
Wide, flat aeronautical grade titanium hand welded tubing and lightweight carbon fork for enhanced shock absorbency whilst maintaining the precision of rigid forks. Built for long days in the saddle.
Offering performance and comfort. Camino is fast and responsive with a lightweight titanium frame construction, carbon forks, long wheel base and an extended head tube. The geometry gives a more upright riding position and construction materials absorb negative vibrations to give all-day riding comfort that to ease back pain, neck pain and numbness in the fingers.
Superior stopping power
Seatstay mounted hydraulic disk brakes ensure that you will be able to stop when that elk appears out of nowhere.
Rear rack mounts
Mudguard and pannier rack compatible. Rear rack and guard mounts give you the option to load up your Camino with panniers. Carbon fork options available for front mounts.
Clearance for tyres and wheels up to 650b x 48 mm or 700c x 45 mm
Titanium is lightweight, strong and durable make it an ideal construction material for bike frames. No other material is as durable, lasts as long, or looks as good. Our frames are handmade and come with a 10 year frame warranty
|Weight (kg): S: 1.73; M: 1.75; L: 1.84; XL: 1.92|
|3Al/ 2.5V Aeronautical Grade Hand Welded Titanium Frame|
|Monocoque Carbon Fork with mudguard and pannier rack mount options available|
|Seatpost diameter: 27.2 mm|
|Seat tube OD 31.8 mm|
|Disk brake only|
|Rear mudgard and pannier rack mounts|
Generally we recommend:
- Riders between 5ft 2in and 5ft 7in
- Riders between 5ft 6in and 5ft 10in
- Riders between 5ft 9in and 6ft 2in
- Riders 6ft 2in and over
You can also take into consideration the standover height to ensure you pick a bike that will be a good fit. If you measure your inside leg and ensure there is a minimum of an inch from the toptube to your crotch this will give you enough seatpost adjustment to find your optimum saddle height.
|ST - Seat tube||460||490||520||550|
|TT - Top tube||530||556||576||604|
|HT - Head tube||140||160||180||200|
|HA - Head angle||71||71||71||71|
|SA - Seat angle||74.5||74||74||73|
|CS - Chainstay||435||435||435||435|
|BB - BB drop||73||73||73||73|
|FO - Fork offset||50||50||50||50|
|WB - Wheelbase||1020||1040||1062||1070|
|SO - Stand over||743||761||785||808|
|RE - Reach||370||385||400||410|
|SK - Stack||568||587||605||624|
|Frame||Camino 3Al/ 2.5V Aeronautical Grade, Hand Welded Titanium Frame|
|Fork||Camino Monocoque Carbon Fork|
|Rear mech||Sram Rival1, 11 Speed, Medium Cage|
|Cassette||SRAM PG-1130 11-42|
|Chainset||Sram Rival1 GXP, 172.5 mm|
|Chainring||Sram 40 tooth X-Sync|
|Bottom Bracket||Sram GXP, BSA Threaded|
|Handlebar||Love Mud Spitfire|
|Headset||Love Mud Rumour, Semi-integrated, Sealed Bearing|
|Stem||Love Mud Storc|
|Spacers||Love Mud (3x10 mm, 1x5 mm)|
|Shifter||Sram Rival1 Double Tap, 11 Speed|
|Brakes||Avid BB5 Merchanical Disc|
|Rotors||Avid Centreline, 160 mm|
|Seatpost||Love Mud Membar, 27.2 mm|
|Seat clamp||Love Mud Feral, 31.8 mm|
|Saddle||Love Mud Abode|
|Rims||Love Mud Orbit 700c (default) or Love Mud Volution 650b|
|Tyres||WTB Riddler 37c Tan Wall (default) or WTB Byways 47c|
|Tubes||WTB Inner Tube, 700, 38-45|
|Frame||S: 1.73 kg; M: 1.75 kg; L: 1.84 kg; XL: 1.92 kg|
|Fork (uncut)||0.55 kg|
|Built||S: 10 kg; M: 10.3 kg; L: 10.5 kg; XL: 10.7 kg
Unfortunately we haven't been able to weigh these bikes yet, please bear with us and we'll update this page as soon as we can
|Pedals not included with full builds|
The build kits we use are tried and tested. It's stuff we know just works together. But if you want to change any part of the spec ... no matter how small ... then get in touch. Any change is no problem. Working with you to create dream bikes means we've built some pretty special bikes along the way.
You can interchange Love Mud components on this build at no additional cost. So if you want a different length of stem, a particular saddle or bar then let us know in the notes section in the checkout and we'll get in touch.
We hold big stocks of SRAM, Rockshox, WTB and regular build with Shimano, Hope, Cane Creek. We'll build your Sonder with any part that suits your needs. Give us a call and we will help spec and build a Sonder. With the same experienced mechanic helping throughout your build you know who to call if there's anything you want to know.
- What size is the fork steerer that comes with the Camino Ti?
- What wheel sizes can Camino take?
- Bike Frame and Build Weights
- What are builds and groupsets?
- I’m between bike sizes - which size should I choose?
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- Try Before You Buy - Sonder Demo and Bike Hire
- When will you get your bike?
- Are Sonder available outside the UK?
- Common Bike Upgrades: price list
- Why have Alpkit designed their own bikes?
- Which wheelset for which Sonder Bike?
- Cycle to Work Schemes
- How much does international shipping for Sonder Bikes and Love Mud Wheels cost?
Alpine Bond Warranty
We offer a 10 year guarantee on both our handmade titanium and Reynolds steel frames. Our hand welded 6061-T6 alloy triple butted frames and carbon frames come with a 5 year manufacturing defect warranty. All our bikes are built, checked and signed off by Cytech trained mechanics before being despatched to you in a custom-made bike box.
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A possible one to do it all
Now I grew up in South Africa and the word sonder is Afrikaans for 'without' but this bike is definitely 'with'
I pedal home three months ago with a new bike came into the flat changed and went out for a first shakedown ride on the bike - these on my quick impressions after that first 30 km. FYI I have a Lynskey ti road bike a Lynsey 29er (with Rohloff) A mercian steel bike and a Brompton
Very quickly I came to think that this bike might be one of those fabled you can do it all bikes. I went down the canal which is gravely with occasional small potholes on to cobbles and then later on into singletrack path weaving through the forest - the bike seem to handle everything with aplomb
My only niggle was perhaps that the seatpost or saddle was not as comfortable as it could be but still good for the price point. I changed to a titanium septets and a Brooks Cambium saddle quite quickly
The bike is quick very quick even on this first exploratory ride I seem to have come home and found out that on Strava I have a King of the Mountain on one section over cobbles - Paris Roubaix might be a walk in the park
The discs brakes mechanicals from avid - I've not used avid mechanicals before they seem to do very good job of slowing the bike with excellent modulation when braking, the tires are WTB nano 40 mm tires and the seem to be quite progressive in grip and feedback. This was in the dry and this review is just the 1st (one hour ride) review and shouldn't really be taking for a long-term review but so far I am completely stoked by the ride of this bike.
Brandt Richards who is also been behind some of on-one's bikes in the past seems to have finally nailed it - this is everything I wanted it to be perhaps more than I hoped and definitely a lot lot better than I ever expected it would be
I came home and hung it up in my 'toy' cupboard to see four other bikes standing there looking slightly forlorn.
Alpkit give the bike a 10 year guarantee which is amazing considering it's the first bike that they are doing. this bike is built so beautifully the weld is excellent and everything seems to be is put together as well as any of my Lynskey bikes
Now if only work, a broken hand and kids didn't get in the way of me doing another ride tomorrow but I will post further reviews once I have a few hundred miles in on this bike.
At the price point this is great - I should maybe have specced up one - but value for money is outstanding.