Santiago Rival22 Touring

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Santiago Rival22 Touring

Reynolds steel cycle touring road bike

$1,599.00

Steel tourer with FSA 32/48 chainset with an 11-36 cassette to give you even lower gear ratios for climbing fully loaded on multi-month adventures

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Description

Santiago knows its heritage; cold-worked, air hardened steel is steeped in the history of long distance riding. But with bang up-to-date geometry, Santiago has a refreshing feel that you know will be good for years to come: 450 mm chainstays, 1.1 m wheelbase, 71 degree head angle, a fork rake of 55 and generous tyre clearance. This makes for a truly comfortable, fast, assured bike, both in its own right (audax slaying, winter riding) or when racked up for multi-month adventures.

At a Glance
Reynolds 631 steel tourer with 48-32 FSA chainset for loading up and riding around the world
  • Frame: Sonder Santiago frame, Reynolds 631 steel
  • Fork: Sonder Santiago frame, Cromoly steel
  • Drivetrain: SRAM Rival22 Touring / 2 x 11 / 11-36
  • Chainset: FSA Gossamer Adventure 386 Evo Crankset / 172.5mm / 48-32
  • Brakes: SRAM Rival22 mechanical disc brakes
  • Wheelset: Sonder Alpha 700c
  • Tyres: WTB All Terrain / Comp / 700 / 35
  • Tyre clearance: up to 650b x 47 mm or 700c x 37 mm
  • Bolt-through axles with 12 x 100mm up front and 12 x 142mm at the rear
  • Full rack and guard mounts, 3 sets of bottle cage bosses
Rival22 Touring

If you’re touring fully-loaded, you’re going to want the FSA super compact 48/32 chainset with an 11 – 36 cassette at the back. With big wide gear ratios (ranging from 0.89:1 to 4.36:1) it’ll get you up Winnat’s Pass fully-loaded without taking too much off your top speed, so you’ll still be spinning it out at 30 mph pretty comfortably.

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In old money, the gear ratio is 23" to 109" which is gives a huge range of gears for load carrying and makes for a very comfortable ride. So it is important to avoid cross-chaining when riding. Cross-chaining on any bike puts stress on the drivetrain and can cause premature wear of the components. The rule of thumb to follow is that when on the big ring, only use the smaller two-thirds of the cassette. When on the inner ring, only use the inner two-thirds. With an 11-36 cassette, it is not possible to use the larger two cogs on the rear cassette when in the big chainring - please get in touch with the Sonder team to swap to for an 11 to 32 rear cassette if you prefer.

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Features

Reynolds 631 steel tubing

Durable, smooth and assured on those multi-month trips Reynolds 631 steel is an excellent material for round-the-world touring where you’re completely dependent on your bike. We’d be surprised if you needed to get your frame repaired, but it’s comforting to know that finding a steel welder in the middle of nowhere is far easier than getting your alloy frame repaired.​

Traditional bike, contemporary geometry

Santiago’s takes classic road bike geometry as a starting point, with a longer wheelbase and higher stack height for a more comfortable riding position and assured ride, whether you’re travelling light or fully loaded up.

Generous tyre clearance

Clearance for up to 650b x 47 mm or 700c x 37 mm tyres that make your ride more comfortable and give better grip on the bitumen as you corner.

Full traditional mounts

With full rack and guard mountains, 3 sets of bottle cage bosses and extra cage mounts on the fork, Santiago can handle being fully loaded up.

Build Spec
Build Santiago Rival22 Touring
Frameset
Frame: Santiago Frame
Fork: Santiago Fork
Headset: FSA Orbit MX Headset / 1.125
Group Set
Left Brake: SRAM Rival 22 Shifters / Mechanical / Left /
Right Brake: SRAM Rival 22 Shifters / Mechanical / Right /
Calipers: Avid BB5 Brake Caliper DIR
Rotors: Avid Centreline Rotor / 160mm
Rear Mech: SRAM Rival Rear Derailleur / 22 / Medium
Chainset: FSA Gossamer Adventure 386Evo Crankset / 172.5mm / 48 32
Bottom Bracket: FSA Road BB386 MegaEVO / BSA
Chain: SRAM PC1110 Chain / 118 Links
Cassette: SRAM PG1130 Cassette / 11 / 11-36
Finishing Kit
Stem: Sonder Storc / 90mm
Seatpost: Sonder Seatpost / 27.2mm / 400mm
Saddle: Sonder Abode / Black
Tape/Grips: Sonder Reels / Black
Handlebar: Love Mud Hurricane / 420mm
Wheelset
Wheels: Sonder Alpha 700c / HG
Tyres: WTB All Terrain / Comp / 700 / 35
Tubes: WTB Inner Tube / 700 / 28-38
Weight
Frame & Fork: S: 3.3kg; M: 3.5kg; L: 3.7kg; XL: 3.9kg
Built (approx): S: 11.7kg; M: 11.9kg; L:12.1kg; XL: 12.3kg
Pedals not included with full builds
Geometry and Sizing

Sizing

Generally we recommend:
Small
Riders between 5ft 2in and 5ft 7in
Medium
Riders between 5ft 6in and 5ft 10in
Large
Riders between 5ft 9in and 6ft 2in
X-Large
Riders 6ft 2in and over
You can also take into consideration the standover height to ensure you pick a bike that will be a good fit. If you measure your inside leg and ensure there is a minimum of an inch from the toptube to your crotch this will give you enough seatpost adjustment to find your optimum saddle height.
Size Small Medium Large X-Large
ST - Seat tube 470 500 530 570
TT - Top tube 543 563 584 605
HT - Head tube 120 140 160 180
HA - Head angle 71 71 71 71
SA - Seat angle 73 73 72.5 72.5
CS - Chainstay 450 450 450 450
BB - BB drop 73 73 73 73
FO - Fork offset 55 55 55 55
WB - Wheelbase 1042 1063 1085 1106
SO - Stand over TBC TBC TBC TBC
RE - Reach 370 385 400 415
SK - Stack 566 585 604 623
Fork A-C 395 395 395 395
Frame Spec

Durable, comfortable, Reynolds steel frame

Weight (Frame and Fork): S: 3.3kg; M: 3.5kg; L: 3.7kg; XL: 3.9kg
Reynolds 631 steel, cold worked, air hardened seat tube, top tube and down tube
Chromoly fork and read frame
68 mm BSA threaded BB
Straight headtube (EC34) to fit 1 1/8” fork
100 mm front, 142 mm rear bolt-through dropouts
Standard 160 mm post mount disc brakes
Full rack/guard mounts
Tyre clearance for 700 x 37 mm, 650b x 47 mm tyres
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