Sklar, The Radavist, and The Pro’s Closet Team Up for Exclusive Limited Edition Bikes and a Grand Giveaway

Sklar, The Radavist, and The Pro’s Closet Team Up for Exclusive Limited Edition Bikes and a Grand Giveaway

Sklar, the Montana-based custom bicycle maker, is partnering with The Radavist and The Pro’s Closet (TPC) to release an exclusive, limited run of 25 bikes. The Sklar Super Something frame, renowned for its versatility and handcrafted quality, will be at the heart of each bike, with five unique builds available.

Adding to the excitement, TPC will be giving away one of the Tier Two bikes, valued at $4,699.99, during a special promotion that runs from May 10th to June 9th, 2023. A comprehensive review of this version will be published in the coming months, so stay tuned for more details.

Handcrafted by Adam Sklar in his Bozeman, Montana shop, the Super Something frame and fork are a testament to creativity and quality. Each frame is individually bent, formed, and welded, resulting in unique designs that have earned awards and a dedicated following in the hand-built bike world.

The Sklar Super Something is an all-road bike designed to handle any terrain. This chromoly steel frame has a clearance for up to 700x50mm or 27.5×2.3″ tires, making it versatile enough for both roads and mountain bike trails.

The Radavist x Sklar collaboration for TPC will feature exclusive colorways and five limited edition build packages, inspired by the terrain of the American Southwest. These builds will include components from some of The Radavist’s favorite brands, like Moné Bikes, Sim Works, Blue Lug, Camp and Go Slow, Velo Orange, Microshift, SRAM, and ENVE.

Detailed tech specs for the Super Something Frame include a uni-crown steel fork, double butted heat treated Chromoly Steel material, 142x12mm rear and 100x12mm front spacing, 27.2mm Seat post, 160mm post or flat mount rear, ISO front brake mount on steel fork, and more. The frame also has a clearance for up to a 44T single chainring and adjustable chainstay length.

The five different builds range from the Tier One Super Something, equipped with ENVE Foundation wheels, ENVE cockpit, and Force AXS drivetrain, retailing at $5699, to the Single Speed Super Something and Flat Bar Super Something with respective retail prices of $2499 and $2799.

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