WHY CYCLES ANSWERS ONE BIKE DREAMS WITH THE TITANIUM R+BIKE FOR ROAD, CROSS AND GRAVEL

The Why Cycles' R+ titanium road / cross / gravel bike comes with two build options, two fork options, or frame only. © Cyclocross Magazine

CYCLOCROSS MAGAZINE TESTS THE R+

“Titanium bikes, with their typical bare metal finishes and without flashy or trendy paint jobs, often get overlooked at a trade show fighting for media or consumer attention. The brushed grey metal doesn’t beg for attention and doesn’t shout “Look at me” with loud finishes or wild tube shapes. Yet ask a group of cyclists to describe their dream bikes, and titanium still is a commonly-cited material of choice due to its ride quality, durability and light weight. Ogden, Utah based Why Cycles doesn’t have to ask this question, because it’s confident it has the answer in the form of its titanium do-it-all R+.”

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Road Bike Action Bike test: Why Cycles R+

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ROAD BIKE ACTION MAGAZINE REVIEWS THE R+

“The trend for greater road bike versatility isn’t something we see as just marketing jargon, considering we’ve been preaching the very same thing for the past five years, so we applaud the arrival of Why Cycles and their R+. Out on the road, or dirt road to be more specific, there’s nothing to be left wanting, considering the large-volume tires and titanium frame adequately snuff out the vibrations. A long front-center and fork rake make it anything but twitchy up front and easy to ride hands-free while digging around for the bar in your jersey pocket.”

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BIKEMAG.COM ASKS IS THIS “THE BEST HARDTAIL OUT THERE”?

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RYAN PALMER AT BIKEMAG.COM ASKS IS THIS “THE BEST HARDTAIL OUT THERE”?

“I don’t get it,” said one of my coworkers. “Why build a plus-size bike out of titanium? The bouncy tires will just mask those subtle ride qualities that make people choose Ti over steel.” As The Donald would say: “WRONG!” It’s incredible how much more forgiving the S7 is compared to the steel, aluminum and carbon plus bikes I’ve ridden. It’s the main reason I kept grabbing it out of the same garage that houses a half-dozen amazing full-suspension bikes. The S7 is a damn smooth bike to ride.

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Why Cycles S7 Review: Rodeo Bikepacking

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BIKEPACKING.COM TAKES THE S7 FOR A RIP

“The thing that leaps out about the S7 is how joyful and playful it feels. The front wheel lofts with an ease that eludes bikes I typically ride. At speed it corners with the exaggerated traction of plus tires, it leaves the ground the instant you will it to, and if you’re late with bodily inputs to a turn, the front wheel comes around startlingly fast behind a panicky correction. Uphill traction is exemplary, as one would expect from a bike with passably short chainstays and lots of low-pressure rubber. Uphill steering remains super responsive, but that means that there is no room for laziness: it takes steady input to keep a curving line, and that requires concentration and confidence.”

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BIKERADAR.COM TEST RIDES THE R+

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WHY CYCLES R+ FIRST LOOK
The Upper Class of Gravel Road Bikes has arrived

“The R+ ticks all the boxes for a road/cyclocross bike that’s intended for the roads less paved. The swoopy, Taiwanese-made titanium frame is loaded with the proper details that show the guys at Why are paying attention.”

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Bikepacking.com Reviews the R+

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“In terms of distance, I’ve covered over 500km on the R+ so far. This includes putting it through its paces on pavement, forestry tracks, and anything else that fallen before me. Immediately evident was the bike’s playful feel. In fact when I first rode it, all I wanted to do was zip down a section of road, bunny hop onto the verge and hack it through the woods…”

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