Awol x Poler Bike

Apr 2, 2015

Category: Rides

Bright orange on a turtleneck sweater? Probably not. But bright orange on a high-end adventure bicycle? Yeah, that works. The Awol x Poler Bike is the result of a joint effort by both companies, and the result is pretty special.

Crafted from lightweight carbon fiber, this $2,000 adventure bike is designed for traversing any terrain you throw in front of it, and then asking for more. Specs include custom double butted and formed Cr-Mo tubing; custom cast dropouts; post mount disc brake; AWOL Unicrown fork; a specialized 3D forged alloy stem; 4-bolt, 6-degree rise, anti-corrosion hardware; alloy pedals; 29“ disc, aluminum 6061-T6 double-wall rims; specialized ground control, 60TPI tire; and a Body Geometry Phenom saddle. We think you’ll ride confidently on the trails with this one. [Purchase]

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