The new exclusive titanium gravelbike
Bike supplier Van Nicholas introduces a new kind of gravel road bike. A bike you can do anything with: Race, MTB and Tour. With this in mind the Rowtag was created, a striking cross-over gravel racer. The Rowtag is the first bike from Van Nicholas in the completely new "Adventure" category.
Come and meet this new Rowtag, the gravel bike from Van Nicholas.
Make an appointment via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our first Rowtag in the rental center has already been delivered,
so you can also test ride it for a day.
Van Nicholas has besides this Rowtag also other beautiful bikes in the range, as a dealer we like to help you with your personal bike sizes and composition of your new bike.
Why we also chose this product in our rental center you can read here.
Even more interested in the different raw materials
for a bicycle frame read on here.
Titanium with full cable integration
The Rowtag can be equipped with either 650B or 700c wheels, making it suitable for both level gravel paths, asphalt, and on rough trails in the woods. The bike has several mounting points for bags, a carrier, and fenders, so you can decide how much gear you want to bring or how dirty you want to get on your ride. The many mounting slots (two on the top tube and bottom of the down tube, plus another three on the seat tube and top of the down tube) offer countless possibilities.
The gravel-specific fork is all carbon and also has mounting lugs, so every last bit of space can be utilized and you can do some serious bikepacking with it. The integrated cables that run throughout the frame are nicely concealed and the disc brakes, an integrated tapered headset and thru-axles should provide even better performance.
The geometry of the bike is designed to inspire confidence regardless of the terrain. The frame also has room for a dropper post seat post (with integrated cable). The Rowtag can be assembled with different drive systems and mechanical or electronic shifting and can be fully assembled to suit the individual requirements of the user.