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Sonder Camino Al Dropped-bar adventure bike with a relaxed geometry for responsive, spirited all-day comfort

Capable, tough and quick aluminium adventure bike and carbon blade fork for traffic free road riding, exploring the world or rediscovering your own back yard. Open up the B roads and bridleways of Britain with interchangeable wheel options that switch a Saturday winter club ride into a Sunday singletrack adventure , take the path less travelled for day long traffic free road and trail path riding

Sonder Camino Al Frame And Fork [V2]

Fine-tuned for long-distance comfort: an aluminium frame and carbon fork bundle to build your unique round-the-world traveller.

£300.00
List Price: £349.00

Sonder Camino Al Apex1 Flat [V2]

A flat barred aluminium Camino for greater control off-road and great all-round versatility, partnered up with a SRAM Apex1 groupset.

£829.00
List Price: £999.00

Sonder Camino Al Apex1 Mechanical [V2]

Relaxed aluminium Camino frameset and carbon fork for multi-day riding, with mechanical brakes and SRAM Apex1 groupset for reliability and precision when you need it most.

£899.00
List Price: £1049.00

Sonder Camino Al Apex1 Hydraulic [V2]

Aluminium Camino with flared drop bar for greater comfort over distance, with the SRAM Apex1 groupset and hydraulic brakes for precise performance on rough terrains.

£1049.00
List Price: £1249.00

Sonder Camino Al Rival1 Hydraulic [V2]

Aluminium Camino frame and carbon blade fork for multi-day expeditions, built with SRAM Rival1 groupset and class-leading components for round-the-world travel.

£1199.00
List Price: £1399.00

Camino Al is built for those moments when the road turns into trail and the bridleway drops off into single track. Spritely and comfortable on the tarmac with enough in reserve to explore off-road trails, it transforms your riding experience and turns dead ends into possibilities.Infused with DNA from cyclocross, gravel, and adventure race bikes, the Camino’s relaxed geometry was designed for long day comfort, with a longer wheelbase, slacker head angle and lengthened headtube for a more natural riding position.

It may be comfortable, but the Camino in no way diminishes the thrill of the ride. A low bottom bracket and short chainstays make it agile through the corners whilst the slackened head angle inspires confidence when descending. The aluminium frame is tough enough to take a knock or two, so you can lose yourself in the journey and push the technical envelope of your travel or even your commute.

Effortlessly adaptable, the Camino is as proficient on your local trail as it is on the open road, with tyre clearance up to 700c x 40 mm or 650b x 47 mm for that added traction and comfort on bumpier terrain. Rack, bottle cage and mud guard mounts give you the option to load up and pedal off on a self-supported ride whenever the feeling takes you.

Whether you’re rediscovering your backyard, getting lost on Welsh fire track, or touring Europe the dusty way; enter into a partnership with the Camino, you never know where it might take you.

Cable routing

External cable routing facilitates maintenance when you haven’t got access to a full workshop; cables are fully housed to keep your machinery running smoothly in all conditions.

Tyre clearance

Big tyre clearance for tackling mixed terrains: up to 650b x 47 mm or 700c x 40 mm

Powerful and firm braking

Well-modulated seatstay mounted hydraulic disk brakes will help to bring you to a halt and reduce the risk of wheel lock when that elk appears out of nowhere.

Carbon fork

Lightweight, strong and responsive with an alloy steerer; fully kitted out with pannier and mudguard mounts.

Rack mounts

Opt for the modern ultra-light bikepacking luggage or load up with panniers on the rear rack mounts.

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Frame spec

Lightweight, durable and strong aluminium frame.

Weight (kg): S: 1.9; M: 2.0,; L: 2.0; XL: 2.1
6061 Aluminium
Carbon fork with alloy steerer
Seatpost diameter: 27.2 mm
Seat tube OD 31.8 mm
Headset: ZS44/28.6 | EC44/40
Disk brake only
Mud guard and pannier rack mounts

Sizing

Generally we recommend:

Small
Riders between 5ft 2in and 5ft 7in
Medium
Riders between 5ft 6in and 5ft 10in
Large
Riders between 5ft 9in and 6ft 2in
X-Large
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.

Size Small Medium Large X-Large
ST - Seat tube 470 490 520 550
TT - Top tube 525 550 570 590
HT - Head tube 130 150 170 190
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 367 382 397 399
SK - Stack 568 587 605 624

Custom Options

All our bikes are built in-house, checked and signed off by Cytech trained mechanics before being despatched to you in a custom-made bike box.

Alpine Bond Warranty

Our titanium frames are handmade and come with a 10 year frame warranty. Our hand welded 6061-T6 alloy triple butted 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.

Kudos

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