Air Land Sea

limited edition all-road/off-road rambler

 


The ‘AirLandSea’ Cascadian Rambler is a limited edition all-road/off-road bicycle made to carry you and your stuff over rough tarmac, gravel, dirt roads, and muddy single-track trails typical to the PNW. With custom graphics illustrated by Kyler Martz and a PNW inspired, 3-color fade paint scheme, the ‘AirLandSea’ is designed to get you there and back with lots of features included in the design and build configurations. Choose from one of 7 stock sizes (insert size chart link) made to fit riders ranging from 5’ - 6’5” with some overlap between all of the seven stock sizes with sloping top tubes to ensure a close to custom fit and proper handling in all sizes. Each individual size has its own, size specific, tubeset w varying tube diameters and progressive geometry specific to each size.

 

The concept for the ‘AirLandSea’ comes from my experience and desire to create a go anywhere bike that can do many things in comfort and style. It’s spec’d to be able to switch from a front loaded all-road/off-road set-up with a steel touring fork to a tapered steerer carbon all-road/gravel racer with a simple fork swap. The handbuilt steel touring fork is low-trail with front rack and low-rider rack mounts and has plenty of room for tires up to 27.5”/650b x 2.25” with 65mm fenders. The option to easily switch to a tapered steerer carbon cx fork keeps things lighter for more spirited riding without a heavier front load. In trying to keep the bike as simple as possible, I chose to spec it with a 1x chainring set-up (2x setup w Di2 also available-please inquire) since there are some great wide range cassettes available that help to keep shifting simple, keep good chainring/tire clearance, and allow for easy single-speeding should the rear derailleur get smashed far from a shop, it happens.

 

Also on offer as part of the collection are the custom designed ‘Paloma’ and ‘Ozette’ rando style front bags made by the good folks at Swift Industries. Available in 3 sizes (S, M, L) the ‘AirLandSea’ Ozette includes some special features such as ‘molle’ webbing on the back of the bag for a pocket, feed bag, and a stitched on tab for a Boombot ‘Rex’ bluetooth speaker. With a nod to hunting jackets of yore, the Buffalo plaid w blaze orange pocket accents, adds to the overall customness of this special project and also includes very a special ‘Clarence the Creature’ patch sewn on front. Also complementing the ‘Ozette’ bag is a new, in house designed, fully adjustable decaleur (bag stabilizer) that works to keep the bag in check over the rough stuff.

 

All in all, the ‘AirLandSea’ is perhaps the one-bike-do-it-all quiver killer. Take it touring, exploring, shredding, dirt-randonneuring, gravel racing, or just ride it to work and back home.

 

- Maxwell Kullaway

 
 

Available as Frame & Fork only or as a Complete Bike with custom build options

Limited to 20 orders.

 

Specs

Frame Specs

Standard Frame Features

Size specific blend of Columbus (SFL, ÜOS, Life, Zona) and U.S. made Vari-Wall 'THERMLX' tubing on all seven sizes.

Progressive, size specific, frame geometry. (see size chart)

Frame weight = 4.5 lbs. (size M/L w 570mm TT)

Tire clearance for 27.5” x 2.25” w fender. "Clearance Clarence!"

Disc brakes.

Stainless steel ‘Rocker’ dropouts from Paragon Machine Works w QR or 12 x   142mm TA inserts.

Cable shifting.

Full housing zip-guides for brakes and rear derailleur cable.

Kyler Martz decal artwork and PNW 3-color fade paint scheme.

Tapered HT (34mm/44mm headset).

73mm English threaded or T47 BB (requires mountain length crankset spindle). *T47 BB required for Di2 or dyno light wiring through the BB shell.

3 h2o bottle mounts.

Takes a 27.2mm seatpost.

Single chainring w no front derailleur routing/mount. *36 tooth chainring maximum. 

Chris King 34/44 headset w proper baseplate for fork options. (see fork options or ask me)

333fab '3-hex' logo stainless steel HT badge.

Frame Options

S&S stainless steel couplers for travel  +$600.
Seat stay rack mounts  +$50.
Frame fittings for rear dyno powered light (Compass or Supernova) +$100.     Shimano Di2 for 1x or 2x chainring set-up. 

Fork Options

Steel Fork

1 ⅛” straight steel steerer.
Low-trail front end geometry w 65mm fork rake for carrying a front load.
Pacenti MTB crown, curved legs, ISO disc mount and internal wiring for dyno hub.                                                                                                   Clearance for 27.5"/650b x 2.25" wide tire w a fender.
Mounts for front rack, low-rider panniers and fenders.
Dropout choice QR, 12mm TA, or 15mm TA.

Enve CX Disc

Painted to Match.
47mm rake. Clearance for up to 27.5"/650b x 2.1" wide tire.
12mm TA w no mounts.

Co-Lab CX Carbon Disc Fork

Painted to Match.
47mm rake. Clearance for up to 27.5"/650b x 2.1" wide tire.
15mm TA w fender mounts and internal Dyno light wire routing.

Geometry

All drawings are based on 650b/27.5" x 48mm tires

Complete build Options

Bags

'AirLandSea' Ozette and Paloma bags

by Swift Industries

 

Along with the frameset and complete complete bike options are 2 custom designed ‘Ozette’ and 'Paloma' handlebar bags made by my friends at Swift Industries here in Seattle, WA. Available in 3 sizes (S, M, L) the ‘AirLandSea’ Ozette includes some special features such as ‘molle’ webbing on the back of the bag for a pocket, feed bag, and a stitched on tab for a Boombot ‘Rex’ bluetooth speaker. The Paloma also uses the same fabric and color scheme but works without a front rack. With a nod to hunting jackets of yore, the Buffalo plaid w blaze orange pocket accents, adds to the overall customness of this special project and also includes very a special ‘Clarence the Creature’ patch sewn on front. Complementing the 'Ozette' model is a newly designed,  fully adjustable decaleur (bag stabilizer) that works to keep your fancy new bag in check over the rough stuff.

 

Gear

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