We’re checking out the bike Logan VonBokel rode at baby masters (Nationals lingo for the 30-34 age group) this year, a  titanium Sage PDXCX.  After reading the mantra of Sage‘s founder, David Rosen, I want a Sage too. The guy is speaking my language, a ti bike, built in the US and designed to last decades. The frame boasts;  clearance for up 42mm tires, ovalized and shaped tubing for race ready performance, 44mm headtube for precision steering, stealth fender mounts, top tube cable routing protects your shifter and brake lines from potential contamination when the conditions get muddy.

Photos by Hot Route Media

The Build

Frame: 56cm stock geometry Sage PDXCX
Fork: Enve CX Fork- 12mm Thru Axle
Front derailleur: NA
Rear derailleur: Force AXS 1x- 12 speed
Brake levers: Force AXS 1x hydraulic
Brakes: Force AXS 1x
Rotors: 160/140
Shifters: Force AXS 1x-12 speed
Cassette: 10-33 12spd 
Bottom Bracket: White Industries BSA BB
Headset: Kris King
Cranks: Sram Force
Chainring: 40t Chainring
Pedals: Shimano XTR 9100 Pedals
Chain: Force AXS- 12 speed
Wheels: Custom built by Brave New Wheel- White Industries CLD hubs with 38mm tubular rims.
Tires: Challenge Limus 33mm Team Edition Tubulars
Sealant: none
Saddle: 143mm Sage Beccus Saddle
Stem: 120mm Enve Stem
Bars: 44cm Thomson KfC Carbon Handlebars
Seatpost: Enve
Bar tape: Enve