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The New 2018 Genesis Tour De Fer, Longitude & Vagabond Touring Bikes

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Genesis has been building nice steel touring bikes for a while now, offering a few different models across their adventure range. The 2018 Genesis Tour de Fer touring bikes have you sorted for any four-pannier touring, while the Longitude and Vagabond models give you the option to hit the more gnarly off-road bikepacking stuff.

Let’s inspect the Genesis on-road and off-road touring bike ranges.

The flagship model is the Tour de Fer 30 which is ready to tour out of the box. The frame is constructed using heat-treated Reynolds 725 steel tubing which is about as good as it gets for bicycle touring. The bike offers a Shimano Tiagra 30-speed drivetrain with a small gear of 26 gear inches. I find this a little big for hilly tours so I recommend swapping out the crankset for an older road triple that can be modified to fit a 24 or 26t front chainring. Other parts on the bike include the brilliant B&M IQ-X dynamo light, Tubus steel racks, Schwalbe Marathon Mondial tyres and cable disc brakes.

It hits the scales at 16.60kg (according to Genesis; seems a bit high to me) and retails for £1799 .

2018 Genesis Tour De Fer

My favourite touring bike offered by Genesis is the very-well equipped Tour de Fer 20 – in fact, I put this bike on my list of the 8 Best Touring Bikes . The reason I like it is that it offers the lowest climbing gear ratio (19 gear inches) of any 2018 Genesis Tour de Fer model, which means you can still be spinning at 60RPM at 5.5km/h. It has the excellent Reynolds 725 steel tubing found in the flagship model and it’s built with a Tubus rack set, dynamo hub/lights, full fenders, Schwalbe Marathon Mondial tyres and cable disc brakes.

The 2018 Genesis Tour de Fer 20 is 15.08kg and retails for  £1499 .

The entry-level Tour de Fer model uses a regular steel frameset which is different to the above models. This adds a little weight but isn’t expected to change the ride quality by much. To reduce the price, Genesis has used a Shimano Sora 27-speed groupset. This drivetrain offers a 26 gear inch climbing gear which will have you riding at 7.3km/h at 60 RPM. This gearing is a little high for hilly tours, so I suggest fitting a Shimano Deore crankset to the bike, should you like the mountains.

The Tour de Fer 10 is bit lighter without the dynamo gear and front rack (14.14kg) and it’s available for  £1199 .

The 2018 Genesis Longitude is designed for places where there are no roads. It is rolling on 27×2.8″ plus tyres which offer amazing grip on all surfaces as well as having a kind of inbuilt suspension. The stem is super short and the handlebars wide to provide a big steering leverage to overcome the weight of front bikepacking bags and cargo cages. The climbing gear is around 20 gear inches which results in a climbing speed of 6km/h at 60RPM. The bike comes with Gorilla cargo cages, Shimano hydro brakes and a Shimano 2018 Deore drivetrain.

It hits the scales at 13.74kg and is  £1199 .

The 2018 Genesis Vagabond is the off-road 29er for the brand. It’s also the lightest touring bike in the lineup at 12.36kg. The cool thing about the Vagabond is that it can easily be equipped as a touring bike with fender mounts, rack mounts, barend shifters and some smallish climbing gears. The lowest gear ratio is 22 gear inches which will have you travelling at 6.5km/h @ 60RPM. The bike is finished with 2018 Shimano Deore 10s gearing and the brilliant TRP Spyre cable disc brakes.

You can get the 2018 Genesis Vagabond for  £1099 .

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Genesis Tour de Fer 30 review

A modern spin on the classic touring rig

David Caudery / Immediate Media

Mileage; mood; value

The colour purple may not be to everyone’s taste

Genesis has had adventure as a core focus since its 2006 beginnings, and the Tour de Fer has been a stalwart of its range for much of that time.

Gravel riding has grown exponentially since Genesis arguably introduced the first gravel bike – the wildly popular Croix de Fer – but more traditional long-range tourers remain popular.

Like the best touring bikes , the Tour de Fer aims to capture the essence of packing up and heading for the wilderness in a stripped-back yet absolutely feature-loaded package.

A Reynolds 725 steel frame – strong, dependable and relatively light – is at the heart of the bike.

The frame features a threaded bottom bracket shell, mudguard eyelets, front and rear rack mounts, three sets of bottle cage bosses and provision to carry three spare spokes, which are included in the package.

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The fork is made from chromoly steel and has a straight 1 1/8in steerer, and both the frame and fork have quick-release dropouts rather than thru-axles.

Shimano fits out much of the Tour de Fer’s spec. The shifters and drivetrain are the Japanese powerhouse’s workhorse Tiagra offerings: a triple chainset has the low gears to winch a fully loaded machine up the steepest inclines; a 10-speed cassette offers low maintenance, consistent shifting even when you haven’t had a chance to clean it on tour as much as you would at home, and smallish jumps between gears.

The brakes are TRP’s cable operated Spyres – they’re not as powerful as a hydraulic setup, but braking is consistent and sufficiently powerful.

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The external headset is a simple removable ball-and-race type, which is easy to clean and regrease without an extensive collection of tools.

The Tour de Fer rolls on solid-to-a-fault equipment – Sun Ringlé Rhyno Lite rims that used to be found on mountain bikes, wrapped in dependable Schwalbe Marathon tyres. The Marathon range is synonymous with continent-crossing durability and incredible puncture resistance.

Strong, plain-gauge spokes are laced to Shimano FH-M6000 rear and DH-UR700-3D front hubs. Yes, you decoded that correctly, there really is a dynamo hub. It powers Busch Müller’s IQ-X front light and Secula rear light.

Regular finishing kit is Genesis branded: a 27.2mm in-line seatpost, 100mm stem, saddle and a 16-degree flared bar that measures 42cm at the hoods.

Extra equipment from Genesis includes the full-length mudguards and two of the supplied bottle cages – the third is a Monkii Cage from Free Parable.

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It’s a brilliant adjustable cage that has been used to carry a bottle of wine, a small Thermos and a container of meths for the burner packed elsewhere.

The front rack is a Tubus Tara low-rider style while the rear is an AtranVelo Tour 365 with a sprung clip and a 27kg capacity.

Genesis Tour de Fer 30 geometry

Genesis tour de fer 30 ride impressions.

From the first pedal turn, there’s a stability and a purpose about this bike that the 15.6kg overall weight helps supply.

It doesn’t feel heavy though, it’s nimble and handles extremely well. Not once did it feel twitchy or unpredictable regardless of how much or little weight was hanging off it.

The gearing is intended to allow steady climbing and rapid yet controlled descending – you don’t want to be engaging banzai mode when you’ve got kit for two weeks strapped around you.

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I never felt the momentum getting away from me, and the TRP brakes were consistent throughout testing.

The brake choice or the basic headset may seem odd, but every last component on this bike is pitched at long-term high mileage and ease of servicing.

Spare brake cables are easier to carry than bleed kits for hydraulic systems, and to service the headset you only need an Allen key to remove the stem.

The steel frameset is chosen for much the same reason. Should the worst happen, you have a chance that a welding shop anywhere in the world might be able to get it running again. Try that with aluminium, titanium or carbon…

This bike won’t carry you to records on your local Strava segments, but it will be there for your more considered rides and is built to go the distance.

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While not as capable off-road as the best gravel bikes , canal towpaths and smooth forest trails are well within the Tour de Fer’s capability.

If you have a longing for week-long continental tours or even packing your life up and heading off around the world, this could well be the bike for you.

Equally, if you’re looking to reduce car use, four panniers will allow you to carry the week’s work clothes, gym kit, lunch and your laptop comfortably.

The dynamo lights provide year-round, charge-free lighting and you can even add supplementary power banks or USB chargers.

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Genesis Tour de Fer 30 bottom line

Genesis’s Tour de Fer 30 is a prime example of how touring bikes are a utilitarian dream.

At a sniff the wrong side of two grand, it’s still great value and it’s a bike that brings massive potential for exploration and future fun-filled riding.

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Genesis Croix De Fer 20 2021

I've ridden quite a few Reynolds 725-tubed frames over the last four or five months and I've grown to love its ride qualities. It's that typical steel smoothness that seems to take out high-frequency road buzz, and although there is a fair amount of weight in the CdF it never feels like it crashes over rough surfaces or through potholes.

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If you like heading out into the wilderness, chances are you'll need to ride on the road to get there or to join up the trail sections of your chosen route. The Genesis' geometry lends itself well to that. Other than the slackened head angle of 71.5 degrees, which makes the handling more predictable on a loose surface, the 561mm top tube and 155mm head tube on this medium size still feel quite 'endurance roadie' in terms of the position.

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The steering isn't razor sharp, but this isn't the bike you are going to buy if nailing technical descents is your thing. The planted feel of the CdF, thanks to the combination of its weight and the long wheelbase of 1,035mm, means there's an air of confidence about it that allows you to thread the bike from apex to apex.

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Get to the rough stuff and that composed ride continues, helped a lot by the 40mm wide Kenda BoosterPro tyres. They are a little more aggressively treaded than many gravel tyres, and with more pronounced knobbly bits on the shoulder there is some extra bite when you are cornering quickly.

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With decent comfort and that easy riding style, I enjoyed heading off-road on the CdF. It's a very capable bike and when loaded up with frame bags, a seat pack and handlebar bag, the handling wasn't affected – it continued to feel just as stable.

Long climbs can become a little ponderous with the weight, but when you do have to get out of the saddle you are rewarded with plenty of stiffness around the bottom bracket junction. It's no sprinter's machine, but any flex is kept to a minimum.

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I've mentioned that the Genesis handles well going downhill, but the only real fly in the ointment is the lack of power from the cable-operated disc brakes. I had a few sketchy moments when switching from test bikes that had hydraulic stoppers to the CdF, and forgetting how much earlier you need to plan and start your braking to bring it to a stop.

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Things did improve after a bedding-in period, but the overall performance is night and day when compared to even, say, Shimano's lowest level hydraulic brakes.

On the whole, though, the CdF is a very comfortable and easy bike to ride.

Frame and fork

Just like the Genesis Equilibrium that I reviewed recently , the CdF 20 uses a steel frame and fork. Reynolds 725 is a chromoly steel, based on the 4130 grade steel alloy which is then heat treated.

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I really like the way the CdF looks. The slender tubing and fork give it a classic style that works well with the wide, chunky tyres and simple black finishing kit.

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The paintjob is flawless when you get up close, and the welding is very neat indeed.

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Genesis has increased the tyre clearances over previous models, with 45mm achievable at the rear and 50mm for the fork. That's for 700C wheels, but it's pretty much the same if you want to swap in some 650Bs.

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The CdF has been designed to be a load carrier, with three bottle positions and mounting points for mudguards, racks and fixings for Anything cages on the fork legs.

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The top tube also gets a mounting position for a bento box.

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The bottom bracket shell is threaded for a standard outboard bearing setup, and the brakes are flat mount.

One thing I'm not too sure about is that the CdF still uses quick releases for wheel retention. Admittedly you aren't going to suffer with fork twist from the power – or lack of it – from the front brake, but for riding on rough surfaces thru-axles bring so much more security as they'll rarely vibrate themselves loose.

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Being quick release also limits access to some of the best gravel wheels, should you want to upgrade. Many companies do offer adaptors to make their thru-axle wheels run with quick release, but it's often extra expense and faff.

Geometry and sizing

There are five frame sizes in total, which Genesis reckons will cater for anyone between 1.5m and 1.94m tall, give or take. The medium, as I mentioned, has a 561mm top tube and 155mm head tube, a 530mm seat tube, 1,035mm wheelbase and a bottom bracket drop of 73mm. That gives a standover height of 808mm, and the fork has an offset of 50mm.

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Stack and reach figures are 593mm and 385mm respectively, and alongside the 71.5-degree head angle is a seat angle of 73.5 degrees.

When it comes to the gearing, the CdF 20 is based loosely around Shimano's entry level gravel groupset, GRX 400. I say loosely as it only uses the front mech, rear mech and chainset.

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Unlike the higher level  GRX 600 and 810 line-ups, which are 11-speed, 400 is 10-speed and sits at the same level as the road-based  Tiagra 4700 groupset . Hence why the Genesis uses the mechanical STi levers from that group.

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The GRX chainset has smaller rings than road versions, 46/30-tooth, which Genesis has paired with an 11-34t cassette. I found this a capable set of gears for the majority of the terrain I rode on, with only the steepest climbs becoming a bit of a chore.

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If you want something even lower then the GRX 400 rear mech will accept a 36-tooth sprocket, which can be achieved by using a CS-HG50-10 mountain bike cassette from Shimano.

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On the whole the groupset works well together. The shifting is crisp and light, and it copes well when covered in muddy water and grit, typical UK winter conditions.

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I've already mentioned that the TRP Spyre-C mechanical brakes didn't enamour me that much, but saying that, I have used worse. They just lack the bite of hydraulic setups, though of course they are much cheaper. A set of Tiagra hydraulic shifters and callipers have an RRP of over £400, which would impact on the Genesis' overall price.

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I've used Spyre-Cs a fair few times on different bikes with varying success, but I think the main problem here is the weight of the CdF, especially when you start adding frame bags and the like. Include the rider and all of the kit and that's a lot of weight for a braking system to deal with.

Finishing kit

When it comes to the contact points and so on, it's all Genesis branded kit, and I certainly wouldn't be looking at an upgrade any time soon.

The medium size frame comes with a 42cm handlebar, my preferred width for the road, which keeps the handling nimble, but you do get a 16-degree flare which gives you a wider stance when in the drops for more control at speed.

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The stem is a little shorter than I'd expect on this size frame, at 100mm rather 110mm, but that also helps the ride on gravel and rough stuff as it gives a little bit more of an upright position – you can shift your weight around for control on loose terrain, and with your arms less stretched out you have a more relaxed grip on the bar.

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I also got on well with the Genesis saddle. The padding has enough give in it without being too soft and causing pressure points.

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Wheels and tyres

I mentioned earlier that I like the Kenda tyres the CdF comes fitted with. They offer great grip off-road and they zing along pretty well on the tarmac too.

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Punctures weren't an issue, and although the Genesis arrived with inner tubes, both the tyres and the Jalco rims are tubeless ready. All you'll need are some tubeless valves and gloop, and you're ready to go.

The wheels offer a strong and reliable ride. I didn't take any prisoners out on the trails and tracks, and they stood up to plenty of abuse from rocks and tree roots.

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The test period was wet as well, and a few times I found myself out in mud nearly axle deep while exploring a new trail. The hubs showed no sign of grumbling about it, although admittedly four weeks is too short a time to really check for durability there.

At £1,499.99, the CdF 20 is priced a bit higher than some. The  Ragley Trig Gravel , for example, is £1,199. While it gets a carbon fibre fork and is around 300g lighter, the Ragley has a 4130 chromoly frame and doesn't have as big tyre clearances as the Genesis. It's based around a Tiagra groupset but has a 48/32 chainset and an 11-32 cassette, which means its gearing isn't quite as low as the Genesis.

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If you want a steel 'do everything' machine, but don't require the kit-carrying capabilities of the CdF then the Ribble CGR 725 is another good choice. The  Tiagra build I tested was a lovely bike to ride although it was heavy – heavier than the Genesis, at 12.25kg – which did hamper it a bit. Its £1,299 price tag does leave some wiggle room to go for some lighter tyres, though, which it really needed.

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Jon tested the  gravel-focused version of the Ribble too, which came with 650B wheels and a SRAM Apex 1x groupset for £1,549, and he found it to be superb.

At its heart the Croix de Fer 20 has a beautiful frameset which is a real joy to ride. It's so easy to live with and delivers on comfort, which makes it a great bike for long-distance rides. It's versatile too, and with a spare set of wheels and slick tyres it'll make for a very capable winter trainer and/or commuter. If you are used to a lightweight road bike you will notice the extra heft, but it's not exceptional when you compare the Genesis with similar bikes and builds.

Stunning ride quality and sorted geometry makes for a fun, multi-terrain machine, though the braking isn't brilliant

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Make and model: Genesis Croix De Fer 20

Size tested: Med

About the bike

List the components used to build up the bike.

Genesis lists:

Headset PT-1770 EC34 Upper/ EC34 Lower

Shifters Shimano Tiagra ST-4700 10spd

Rear Derailleur Shimano GRX RD-RX400 10spd

Front Derailleur Shimano GRX FD-RX400

Chainset Shimano GRX FC-RX600 46/30T XS = 165mm, S/M = 170mm, L/XL = 175mm

Chain KMC X10

Cassette / Freewheel Shimano CS-HG500-10 11/34T 10spd

Rims Jalco XCD21

Hubs KT-K08, 6 bolt, 32h

Spokes steel 14g

Tyres Kenda Booster PRO 40mm

Brakes TRP SPYRE-C mechanical disc

Brake levers Shimano Tiagra ST-4700 10spd

Handlebars Genesis Alloy, 16 deg flare, XS = 400MM, SM/MED = 420MM, L-XL = 440MM

Stem Genesis Alloy, 31.8mm, -6 deg, 100mm

Saddle Genesis

Seatpost Genesis Alloy 27.2 x 350mm

Tell us what the bike is for and who it's aimed at. What do the manufacturers say about it? How does that compare to your own feelings about the bike?

Genesis says, "One bike to rule them all.

Our original do it all go anywhere bike is back and more capable than ever before!

Commuting duties during the week then epic, multi-terrain adventures at the weekend, the Croix de Fer 20 is a capable and adaptable beast that rarely gets fazed whichever way you point it.

The heart of the bike remains a complete Reynolds 725 frameset, defined by its reliability wherever you ride.

We have however made a few updates to add to the Croix de Fer's versatility.'

It is very much a 'do it all bike' – just as happy on the road as it is off it.

Where does this model sit in the range? Tell us briefly about the cheaper options and the more expensive options

The range starts with the model below this one, the Croix de Fer 10 (£1,199.99). Above the CdF 20 is the 30, 40 and 50, with the range topping out with the CdF Ti at £4,399.99.

Tell us about the build quality and finish of the frame and fork?

A really nice quality frame and fork, from the welding through to the paintjob.

Tell us about the materials used in the frame and fork?

The frame is Reynolds 725 heat-treated chromoly, the fork chromoly, with 'anything' mounts.

Tell us about the geometry of the frame and fork?

Apart from a slightly slacker head angle to give more control off-road, the geometry numbers actually look quite similar to an endurance road machine which allows a balance of either getting aeroish or a more comfortable upright riding style.

How was the bike in terms of height and reach? How did it compare to other bikes of the same stated size?

I've mentioned the stack and reach figures in the main review, and there is nothing really surpriisng about the numbers for a bike of this style and size.

Riding the bike

Was the bike comfortable to ride? Tell us how you felt about the ride quality.

Yes. The wide tyres bring an extra level of compliance, but there is a noticeable amount of comfort that comes through from the frame and fork.

Did the bike feel stiff in the right places? Did any part of the bike feel too stiff or too flexible?

Stiffness levels are good for the CdF's intended style of riding.

How did the bike transfer power? Did it feel efficient?

Yes, relative to its weight.

Was there any toe-clip overlap with the front wheel? If so was it a problem?

How would you describe the steering? Was it lively neutral or unresponsive? Neutral.

Tell us some more about the handling. How did the bike feel overall? Did it do particular things well or badly?

On the road the steering is very neutral without feeling dull or ponderous, and it feels fun on the gravel/trails.

Which components had the most effect (good or bad) on the bike's comfort? would you recommend any changes?

The Genesis saddle works well with sensible padding levels.

Which components had the most effect (good or bad) on the bike's stiffness? would you recommend any changes?

I found the handlebar to have plenty of stiffness when climbing, out of the saddle.

Which components had the most effect (good or bad) on the bike's efficiency? would you recommend any changes?

The lower ratios of the Shimano GRX groupset help offset the weight, especially on the climbs.

The drivetrain

Tell us some more about the drivetrain. Anything you particularly did or didn't like? Any components which didn't work well together?

Gearing-wise, things are very good thanks to the ratios and shifting quality. It's just the brakes that let the component side down.

Tell us some more about the wheels.Did they work well in the conditions you encountered? Would you change the wheels? If so what for?

Decent wheels that'll stand up to plenty of abuse; I don't see any real reason to update them in a hurry.

Tell us some more about the tyres. Did they work well in the conditions you encountered? Would you change the tyres? If so what for?

A slightly more aggressive tread pattern than most gravel tyres, which improves handling off-road without becoming draggy on the road.

Tell us some more about the controls. Any particularly good or bad components? How would the controls work for larger or smaller riders?

The Genesis branded stuff all works well and I like the flared handlebar.

Your summary

Did you enjoy riding the bike? Yes, the ride quality is great.

Would you consider buying the bike? Probably not, purely because I prefer thru-axles.

Would you recommend the bike to a friend? Yes

How does the price compare to that of similar bikes in the market, including ones recently tested on

The Ribble and Ragley mentioned in the review are bikes of a similar theme and build spec, but they both undercut the Genesis by a few hundred pounds.

Use this box to explain your overall score

Overall this is a good option: it has a well-made and finished frameset that is a joy to ride, though the brakes lack the power required to fully enjoy it, and there are some better priced competitors out there.

Overall rating: 7 /10

About the tester

Age: 42   Height: 180cm   Weight: 76kg

I usually ride: This month's test bike   My best bike is: B'Twin Ultra CF draped in the latest bling test components

I've been riding for: Over 20 years   I ride: Every day   I would class myself as: Expert

I regularly do the following types of riding: time trialling, commuting, club rides, sportives, fixed/singlespeed,

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As part of the Tech Hub here at F-At Digital, our senior product reviewer Stu uses the knowledge gained from putting well over a 1,000 products through their paces (including hundreds of bikes) to write in-depth reviews of a huge range of kit. After first throwing his leg over a race bike back in 2000, Stu's ridden more than 160,000 miles on road, time-trial, track, and gravel bikes, and while he's put his racing days behind him he still likes to smash the pedals rather than take things easy. Although, as he spends a fair bit of his time reviewing ebikes these days he's becoming an expert in letting the motor take the strain. He's also waiting for 23mm race tyres to make a comeback!

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Jesus, I had a steel bike lighter than this in the 90's, the world has gone mad bikes are getting heavier.  Maybe they filled the tubes full of sand for a laugh?

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The 2021 Croix de Fer range is a bit of a mess. The CdF 30 has thru axles and flat mount Spyres so I don't understand why they've put post mount Spyres on the CdF 20 - the calipers cost the same regardless of format. Well actually I do because it all ties in with wanting to offer a frameset for people who want to re-use existing QR wheels. That frameset had to be as cheap as possible so it only uses 725 for the main tubes. The 30 and above use the higher level frameset which claims to use 725 for all the tubes (fork blades excepted) although you wouldn't know it from the frame stickers.

To hit as many price points as possible they could either make two versions of the cheap frame, one with QRs and one with flat mounts or saddle customers with a naff compromise. I guess they must have come to the conclusion that people wanting to re-use QR wheels would also be re-using post mount brakes or else why not just put flat mounts on the cheap frame?

Whatever their commercial reasonings the new frame looks like a good bikepacking option with the extra braze-ons and increased tyre clearance. However at £799.99 for the thru axle/flat mount version it's getting dangerously close in price to the well thought out and nicer looking Fairlight Faran 2.0 although that's had a price increase very recently. I think it was £899 when I first looked at it late last year and now it's £949. Also, it uses a notionally inferior mix of 631 and 4103 tubes.

Only the CDF 10 and 20 use QRs and IS mounts (for ease of repair in the wilds). The 30, 40, 50 and Ti models use bolt thru axles and flat mounts.  Spyres are great brakes but require good set up to maximise their performance - the front brake in particular looks like the actuation arm will be too far through it's strike when the brakes bite which would give disappointing results.

I would not trust mechanical disc brakes on a bike that could be fully loaded for touring: they're worse than rim brakes. Imagine heading down Le Tourmalet on that?  I'd go so far as to say that it would be unsafe. 

This is a crowded market-place and a little more effort here would make an interesting bike, but the cheap groupset and other low-tech, out of date, accoutrements let it down, badly. 

Why is that? I'd have thought a loaded tourer was the last refuge for mechanical discs, where their lack of hydraulic fluid to boil is actually an advantage.

You say in the text the brakes are flat mount.

They look to me like they are post mount with adapters to allow them to fit the reidiculously out of date IS mounts on the frame.

Almost all other manufacturers have switched or are switching to  thru axles...which has been the standard for a few years now. No excuse for a 2021 bike to have them imho, though wheels are still available of course.

weird decision. Looks a nice bike otherwise

Not sure why the reviewer is so bothered about QR wheels. They are perfectly fine for anything that anyone is likely to do on a bike of this type. Considering QR wheels were the standard on MTB bikes until recently the risk of them rattling loose is negligible if you use them correctly, and I'm not talking cranking on them until your hands bleed. And if you look at the fork, they are pretty heavy and the drop-outs are angled forwards so that any pivot around the brake caliper will seat the axle into the drop-out rather than lift it out. Also, there are loads of QR wheels or a suitable level for this bike available.

It just feels a bit backwards looking, Thru axles are becomming the standard on any disc bike, and there may be plenty of wheels available with QR adaptors, I'm not sure how long that's going to be the case. It seems as though the existing previous models had QRs so they didn't bother to update it.

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Bike test: two grand tourers.

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The traditional tourer fills a different role from the gravel bike, which supplanted its position in the adventure cycling spotlight. It’ll carry much more, whether camping gear or groceries; a front derailleur usually means a greater range of gears, especially lower ones; and it comes with equipment such as pannier racks and mudguards that make travel and transport cycling more convenient and cleaner.

If you don’t mind some extra heft and can live without the gravel bike’s marketing fairy dust, a tourer is just as versatile.

The price of tourers is high, since they’re not mass market bikes. On top of that, currency fluctuations caused by the uncertainty in the financial markets around the terms of the UK’s leaving of the EU and soaring shipping costs have seen all bike prices rise steeply over the last few years.

The days of the £700 Dawes Galaxy are gone – as is the bike itself, which recently ceased production. A four-figure sum is standard even for an entry-level model like Ridgeback’s Voyage. Factor in higher-tier components and equipment like a hub dynamo and you’re likely looking at closer to £2,000.

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The UK-designed Genesis Tour de Fer 30 – the name is a spin off from the brand’s popular Croix de Fer – is the top model of four, two of which have drop bars, two flats. The flat-bar bikes are £250-£350 cheaper and come with more practical gearing, so it’s worth considering how attached you are to drops. Maybe it’s time to try the trekking bike approach?

Bombtrack is a German company I initially thought was American because its bike range is reminiscent of Surly’s or Salsa’s. Its Adventure & Touring lineup is on point, style-wise. For example, one of its Fargo-like Bombtrack Beyond models comes with a porteur rack…and no mudguards. In fully equipped contrast there’s also this, the Arise Tour.

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Frame and fork

Both bikes have robust chromoly steel framesets. The principal benefit over aluminium or even titanium isn’t so much that steel might be repaired by a blacksmith in Azerbaijan but, when built like this, that it’s surely less likely to break in the first place.

These are not svelte frames with steel’s famed springy ride: they’re heavy, strong and stiff. Ride comfort comes not from the frame material but from the wider tyres, ergonomic contact points and geometry.

The Genesis is unusually long for a Medium frame – the same length, in fact, as the Bombtrack in Large. I like a long frame for a tourer. It gives more toe room so you don’t kick the front mudguard to bits or catch it at the worst moment weaving up a 20% climb. And the longer wheelbase is good for stability.

With a 100mm stem, however, I could only comfortably ride it on the bar tops. So I switched in a 60mm stem (pictured) for the test. If I’d had one, 70mm would’ve been better.

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The Medium Bombtrack fitted medium-height me as supplied, since it has a shorter top tube and a slightly shorter stem. The front centres distance (centre of bottom bracket to centre of front hub) is shorter too. With a mudguard over a big tyre, there’s not much room for your toes – especially if you favour flat pedals. I frequently kicked the front mudguard during the test.

The Medium is surely the over-lappiest size since it’s the shortest frame to squeeze in big-tyred 700Cs (as well as mudguards); the Small and Extra Small have 650B wheels. If I were buying, I’d be tempted to fit a correspondingly shorter stem to the longer-framed Large.

In terms of frame details, the Bombtrack is a little different from the more traditional Genesis. Its dropouts are 12mm thru-axles, which offer more secure wheel retention and some extra stiffness at the hub – no bad thing for a heavily laden bike.

The rear dropouts aren’t named but look like Paragon Machine Works sliding ones. They’d enable you to tension the chain and continue riding if you broke the rear derailleur.

Both bikes have a full complement of frame fittings. As well as rack and mudguard mounts, each will carry three spare spokes and at least three bottles. The Bombtrack could take a fourth if you fitted a cage to the top tube mounts meant for a small ‘fuel tank’ frame bag.

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Touring bikes need strong wheels. The Genesis has them. Its 36-hole Sun Rhyno Lite rims are heavy duty hoops intended for mountain biking. They’d actually be better suited to wider, lower pressure tyres than the 37mm Marathons fitted – if only there were more clearance under the mudguards. On such wide rims, these narrower, higher pressure tyres contribute to a wooden ride feel.

The Bombtrack’s wheels have only 32 spokes. The rear has a wider axle (142mm), so will be a little stronger and stiffer due to the better bracing angle of the spokes. More spokes would nevertheless be better, especially if you’re heavier than average, ride on dirt roads or carry a camping load.

The Bombtrack’s rims are tubeless compatible, which is a two-edged sword. If, like most tourists, you don’t go tubeless, you’ll be stuck with unnecessarily tight-fitting tyres.

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There’s no dedicated touring bike groupset so the question of what gearing to use is moot. The Genesis has a 3×10 Shimano Tiagra groupset. (Madison, the parent company of Genesis, distributes Shimano in the UK.) On the upside, that means brifters (integrated brake and shift levers) and a set of components that are meant to mesh well together – and do.

On the downside, Tiagra is a road bike groupset. A 50-39-30 triple and an 11-32 cassette would be fine on an audax bike but is a hindrance on a heavyweight load-lugger. The 26in bottom gear is way too high, as is the 126in top.

Bombtrack’s solution is better. Microshift bar-end shifters operate Microshift road front and mountain bike rear derailleurs, marrying a sub-compact double chainset to an 11-42 cassette. This gives a useful 20in bottom gear, plus simpler and more reliable front shifting.

A smaller front double, such as 40-24, would be better yet. Top gear would still be big enough at ~100in, bottom gear a wallcrawling 16in, and you'd be able stay in the big ring most of the time. Bar-ends aren’t as convenient as brifters but here the pros outweigh the cons.

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Both bikes use TRP Spyre-C mechanical discs. Braking is smooth, since both pistons move rather than just one, but coming from Avid BB7s they seemed to me a bit weedy in outright power. Curiously, the Genesis has six-bolt rotors fitted to Centerlock hubs with adapters. I guess six-bolt rotors are easier to find on tour, but why not have six-bolt hubs as well?

Hub dynamo lighting is fitted to both bikes, and it’s useful both for travel and transport. The Supernova lights of the Bombtrack are always on unless you unplug the dynamo at the hub. That makes a certain sense for an urban bike but I found it oddly annoying elsewhere.

The Busch und Müller lights of the Genesis are switchable. The rear, a mudguard-mounted Secula, incorporates a reflector and stands out more than the Bombtrack’s minimalist Supernova rear light.

At this price, you expect racks and mudguards to be good. The racks are: both of those on the Bombtrack are excellent Tubus models, as is one of the Genesis’s – and I’ve no complaints about its M Part companion.

The mudguards are less good. The Sunnywheel ones on the Genesis are a little narrow, judging by how dirty the bike became. The rattly Bombtrack Pipe guards are worse. Their plastic stay ends are fragile, a point proved by one being snapped in transit. I glued it for the photoshoot but soon kicked it apart again.

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As you’d expect from touring bikes, these have stable and predictable handling. With panniers fitted, they’re both pleasingly stiff to ride in or out of the saddle; there’s no flex or shimmy. Both bikes have a slightly flared drop bar, offering more steering leverage on the drops. This could help control on dirt roads or with bigger loads, such as overstuffed panniers or a toddler in a rear child seat.

Neither bike has much pep, not because they’re heavy (although they are) but because the tyres are rather stodgy. Yes, they’re touring bikes and reliability trumps speed when travelling, but even a tourer will spend much or most of its life not actually touring. I’d fit Schwalbe Marathon Supremes, a touring tyre with excellent on-road rolling performance.

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The Genesis is a durably built and well-equipped bike with a significant drawback for loaded touring: its too-high gearing. A quick fix would be to ditch the big chaining, then fit a Wolf Tooth RoadLink and an 11-40 cassette. Otherwise, aside from a shorter stem, the only thing it lacks is frame clearance for the bigger tyres its rims are ready for.

The Bombtrack is equally well built and equipped. It’s the better tourer as spec’d because its gears will scale hills you’d walk up with the Genesis. Fundamentally, a tourer is a bike for having a nice ride on – not a nice stroll with. If the chainrings were smaller, the frame 10-15mm longer, and the mudguards SKS Chromoplastics, I’d like this thoughtfully designed Bombtrack even more.

Other options

Spa cycles wayfarer £1,050+.

Keenly priced 3×9-speed disc-braked steel tourer from Spa. Custom gear ratios are an option, as is (for an extra £135) hub dynamo lighting. Similar 725 Steel Tourer is available if you don’t want discs.

Surly Disc Trucker £1,900

The Disc Trucker’s sturdy steel frame has big clearances and lots of braze-ons, while the 3×9 drivetrain has a decent (26/34) bottom gear. But with no equipment, it’s looking expensive these days.

First published in Cycle magazine, February/March 2021 issue. All information correct at time of publishing.

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Genesis Tour De Fer 30

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Price: £1,999.99

Sizes: XS, S, M (tested), L, XL

Weight: 15.26kg/33.57lb (no pedals)

Frame & fork: Reynolds 725 chromoly steel frame with fittings for rear rack, mudguard, 3 bottles, 3 spokes. Chromoly steel fork with fittings for low-rider rack and mudguard

Wheels: 37-622 Schwalbe Marathon tyres, 622×27 Sun Ringle Rhyno Lite rims, 36×3 steel spokes, Shimano DH-UR700-3D dynamo front hub, Shimano Deore FHM6000 rear hub

Transmission: 175mm Shimano Tiagra chainset with 50-39-30 chainrings, Shimano BB-RS300 bottom bracket, KMC X10 chain, Shimano CS-HG500 10-speed 11-32 cassette. Shimano Tiagra 4700 shifters and derailleurs. 30 ratios, 26-126in

Braking: Shimano Tiagra levers, TRP Spyre-C mechanical discs, 160mm rotors with 6-bolt-to-Centerlock adapters

Steering & seating: 420×31.8mm Genesis flared drop bar, 100mm×6º Genesis stem, threadless headset. Genesis saddle, 27.2×350mm Genesis seatpost

Equipment: M Part Summit rear rack, Tubus Tara front rack, Sunnywheel mudguards, B&M IQ-8 front lamp, B&M Secula rear lamp, 3 bottle cages (inc one Monkii cage)

Bombtrack Arise Tour

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Price: £1,950, frameset £660

Weight: 14.47kg/31.83lb (no pedals)

Frame & fork: Double-butted chromoly steel frame, thru-axle sliding dropouts, fittings for rear rack, mudguard, 4 bottles, 3 spokes. Chromoly thru-axle fork, fittings for low-rider rack, mudguard

Wheels: 40-622 Vee Tire Speedster tyres, 622×19 WTB ST i19 TCS rims, 32×3 spokes, 100×12mm KT dynamo front hub, 142×12mm Bombtrack Arc rear

Transmission: 170mm Bombtrack Ames chainset with 46-30 chainrings, external BB, KMC X10 chain, Microshift CSH103 10-speed 11-42 cassette. Microshift BS-M10 shifters, Microshift Centos FD-R552-B front derailleur, Microshift XLE RD-M62L rear. 20 ratios, 20-118in

Braking: Tektro RL-340 levers, TRP Spyre-C mechanical discs, 160mm rotors

Steering & seating: 440×31.8mm Bombtrack CX-10 bar, 90mm×7º stem, threadless headset. Bombtrack saddle, 27.2×300mm Bombtrack seatpost

Equipment: Tubus Logo rear & Tara front racks, Supernova E3 Pure 3 front and E3 Tail Light 2 rear lamps, Bombtrack Pipe mudguards

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Want to go on an adventure? Fed up of the same out-and-back loops that you ride week in, week out? How about loading up your bike with everything you need to take on multiple-day rides, heading out further than you would, straight from your front door to explore new places that have been on your bucket list for ages. The Tour De Fer 10 represents Genesis’ vision of affordable escapism; a pure-bred touring bicycle designed and constructed specifically to carry you and your cycle-touring equipment efficiently and in comfort, letting you plan that epic adventure in confidence; the only thing left to consider is which stunning location you’re going to set up camp at.

The Tour De Fer 10 represents Genesis’ vision of affordable escapism…

Genesis Tour De Fer 10 2021

At just £1,399.99 the Genesis Tour De Fer 10 is a great starter option if you’re curious about cycle-touring and want to begin taking on regular on-bike adventures. The design brief for Genesis was simple – put together a robust, reliable and sensibly geared touring bike that includes everything required to carry light loads and negotiate challenging terrain; they’ve managed to strike the perfect balance between hitting that accessible price point without cutting corners when it comes to frame materials, construction techniques and their chosen componentry.

If you have ambitions to start cycle-touring the Genesis Tour De Fer 10 is a great starter option…

Genesis Tour De Fer 10 2021

Made from Genesis Mjolnir seamless double-butted chromoly the authentically crafted frame and fork is a throw-back to the romantic old days of handmade steel touring bicycles but also includes all of the modern aspects of bike design and manufacture that have contributed to making cycling more enjoyable. A lightweight Aheadset headset system, cable-activated mechanical disc brakes and an efficient Shimano Sora drivetrain with a huge spread of gears made up of a triple 50/39/30T chainset and a 9-speed 11/32T cassette means that while this bike looks like a retro classic it’s actually bang-up-to-date and will make your riding experience that much more fun, encouraging you to strike out further into the wilderness.

This classic-looking touring bike features plenty of contemporary tech…

Genesis Tour De Fer 10 2021

A typical touring bike not only has the job of carrying you over mixed, unpredictable terrain it’s got to be able to carry a fair amount of luggage too; with this in mind Genesis have spec’d a pair of tough, reliable touring wheels with a 36 spoke count front and rear for a stronger wheelset. Carrying a load means your bike isn’t as light and agile as it would be without luggage, this means you’ll invariably hit more potholes and rough terrain without the ability to make sudden changes of direction. All that means you need a great pair of tyres that are wide enough to cushion you and your bike from the extra forces encountered on a fully laden touring bike; Genesis have fitted durable 37c Schwalbe Marathon tyres, a popular choice amongst experienced cycle-tourist thanks to their tough, puncture resistant tyre compound, fast-rolling capacity and extra cushioning.

All of the components on the Tour De Fer 10 have been chosen with durability and load-carrying-capacity in mind…

Genesis Tour De Fer 10 2021

The Genesis Tour De Fer 10 comes fitted with a rear pannier rack for short-to-mid length cycle touring trips; the front fork also features bolt-on-bosses enabling you to retrofit a front pannier rack too when you need to carry even more luggage, say for example, to take on an epic two week adventure touring Europe or similar. Genesis have spec’d full-length mudguards on the Tour De Fer 10 too because, as we all know, the weather can be really unpredictable regardless of the time of year!

So the Tour De Fer 10 is a fantastic machine designed to introduce you to the world of cycle touring and is built ready to take you on some great pedal-powered journeys; however, if you’re trying to rationalise buying a bike like this it’s worth noting that just such a machine also makes a brilliant daily commuter too. This setup can easily handle trips to and from work with the laptop in your rear pannier bag and those full mudguards protecting you from road spray on your way to the office.

The Genesis Tour De Fer 10 is a really versatile machine…

Genesis Tour De Fer 10

The Genesis Tour De Fer 10 is available in-store and online now.

Full Specification:

  • Frame: Genesis Mjolnir seamless double-butted chromoly
  • Fork: Genesis full Chromoly
  • Shifters: Shimano Sora ST-R3030 3×9-Speed
  • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Sora RD-R3000 9-Speed
  • Front Derailleur : Shimano Sora FD-R3030
  • Cassette : Shimano CS-HG400-9 11/32T 9-Speed
  • Chainset: Shimano FC-R3030 50/39/30T 3-Speed
  • Chain: KMC X9
  • Bottom Bracket: Shimano BB-ES300
  • Pedals: NW-91K With Cage
  • Brakes: PROMAX DSK-717RA Mechanical Disc
  • Wheelset: Front – KT-K08 Hub, Jalco XCD22 Rim
  • Wheelset: Rear – KT-K08 Hub, Jalco XCD22 Rim
  • Front Tyre: Schwalbe Marathon 700x37c
  • Rear Tyre: Schwalbe Marathon 700x37c
  • Stem: Genesis Alloy, 31.8mm, -6 deg, 100mm
  • Headset: PT-1606 EC34 Upper / EC34 Lower
  • Handlebar: Genesis Alloy
  • Handlebar Tape: Genesis
  • Seat Post: Genesis Alloy 27.2mm
  • Saddle: Genesis

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  • Fork Genesis Full Chromoly
  • Hubs Shimano Front - DH-UR700-3D / Rear FH-M6000
  • Wheels Sun Ringle Rhyno Lite
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  • Tires Schwalbe Marathon
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  • Seatpost Genesis Alloy 27.2 XS/S/M = 350 mm L/XL = 400 mm
  • Stem Genesis Alloy 31.8mm -6 deg 100 mm
  • Headset PT-1770 EC34 Upper / EC34 Lower

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Le Tour de Fer version Flat-Bar, avec un cintre plat qui facilite la prise en main. Pour le confort et la sécurité en randonnée/voyage/vélotaf

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Pour autant, ce vélo conserve l’âme du Tour de Fer, cette randonneuse acier puissante et facile à piloter, à vide comme avec de lourdes sacoches. Le cintre plat ajoute simplement une dose de confort et de sécurité. Il offre un appui assez haut, pour redresser la position et réduire les contraintes au niveau du dos et des épaules. Les leviers de frein et manettes de dérailleur tombent facilement sous les doigts, à partir des poignées ergonomiques. Les bar-ends aux extrémités assurent une prise plus efficace en montée.

Tour de Fer 10 FB – Les avantages du cintre Flat Bar

Ce modèle est le plus abordable de toute la série Tour de Fer. Il bénéficie de la même géométrie de cadre que les Tour de Fer haut de gamme, qui apporte un grand confort de conduite et un super équilibre. Genesis choisit un acier de milieu de gamme (acier Mjölnir) pour dessiner les tubes. On insiste sur l’esthétique, le niveau de finition et sur les qualités mécaniques de ce cadre. Sa souplesse améliore votre confort sur les longues étapes.

Ce vélo de randonnée Genesis Tour de Fer 10 FB va bien en voyage, en petite/grande randonnée, en ville. Polyvalent, durable, fiable, il sera un allié fidèle pour toutes vos aventures sur route, via les pistes cyclables, les voies vertes, les chemins roulants… Il fournit directement certains accessoires précieux : le porte-bagages arrière, les garde-boue, la béquille, les 3 (!) porte-bidons. Ses pneus Schwalbe Marathon (37 de section) ont une durée de vie maximale et une grande résistance à la crevaison (protection GreenGuard et flancs anti-âge).

Tour de Fer 10 FB – Une transmission Shimano Alivio 100 % Trekking

Le vélo de randonnée Genesis Tour de Fer 10 FB reçoit des freins à disque mécaniques, signés Promax. La transmission 3 x 9 vitesses Shimano Alivio T4000 offre une bonne réserve au niveau des braquets, avec les 3 plateaux de 26/36/48 et la cassette 11-32. Ces pièces Shimano robustes et durables sont optimisées pour la pratique Trekking.

Points forts :

  • Les avantages du cintre Flat Bar avec les poignées ergonomiques : le confort et la sécurité
  • L’élégance et le confort du cadre en acier Mjölnir
  • La durée de vie maximale des pneus Schwalbe Marathon
  • La transmission Shimano Alivio spécial Trekking (27 vitesses)

Géométrie Genesis Tour de Fer 10 FB :

Taille maximum des pneus :  700 x 38c

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Vélo de randonnée Genesis Tour de Fer 30

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Le vélo de randonnée Tour de Fer 30  est le modèle Top de gamme de la série Touring Genesis Tour de Fer. C'est le mieux préparé pour la grande randonnée. Il est prêt à affronter des itinéraires conventionnels comme des parcours exotiques. Il va sur les routes bien balisés comme sur des pistes et des sentiers.  

C'est la qualité des composants qui fait la différence sur ce Tour de Fer 30. Côté pièces d'usure, il utilise des pneus Schwalbe Marathon (le meilleur pneu touring, sécurisant sous la pluie et renforcé, avec un profil mixte route/chemin), une transmission Shimano Tiagra (30 vitesses pour toujours trouver le bon braquet), des freins TRP Spyre-C (référence du frein à disque mécanique, plus facile à réparer en cas de bris de câble). Du côté des accessoires, Genesis choisit un équipement super complet, avec une béquille, des éclairages, un moyeu Shimano à dynamo, un lot de porte-bidons, des garde-boue, un porte-bagages à l'avant et à l'arrière.

Tour de Fer 30 - Les qualités du cadre en acier Reynolds 725

Le Tour de Fer 30 s'exprime idéalement grâce aux multiples qualités de son cadre acier. Les tubes en acier Reynolds 725 bénéficient d'un traitement thermique qui booste leur force et résistance. L'acier Reynolds permet à Genesis de proposer un cadre à la fois plus léger et plus rigide, avec une souplesse appréciable et une robustesse incomparable. La géométrie joue aussi un rôle important pour le confort du cycliste, qui trouve une position confortable, et pour le comportement du vélo, qui a un équilibre idéal.

Les roues Sun Ringlé Rhyno Lite sont au format 28 pouces. Le cintre type vélo route est une bonne solution sur les étapes longue distance. Il donne la possibilité de changer les mains de position, pour mieux supporter un appui prolongé.

Points forts :

  • La qualité des composants et des accessoires
  • Le design, le confort, la robustesse du cadre en acier Reynolds 725
  • L'utilité du cintre vélo route, pour alterner la position des mains
  • La configuration idéale pour le voyage à vélo

Géométrie Genesis Tour de Fer 30  :

Taille maximum des pneus  :  700 x 38c

Comment accessoiriser votre Genesis Tour de Fer 30 pour le voyage  ?

Le Genesis Tour de Fer 30 est fait pour partir en voyage avec des sacoches bien remplies. Pour accessoiriser votre vélo, vous pouvez consulter notre page bagagerie vélo :

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Serge G. publié le 03/01/2024 suite à une commande du 29/11/2023

Très bon vélo, c'est un vrai plaisir de rouler avec. Confortable, prise en main très facile, performant malgré son cadre acier. Bref, je recommande....

Etienne S. publié le 08/12/2023 suite à une commande du 18/10/2023

achat début octobre, après bientôt 1000kms de : velotaff (66kms A/R) en mixte urbain/rural, trajets chargés avec 4 sacoches pour les courses dans un rayon de 15/20kms, et en attendant d avoir le temps de partir plus loin :-) j'adore ce très beau vélo confortable, un rail même chargé !, bon freinage, transmission fluide, certes cher mais très bien équipé, robuste et fiable, un véritable appel au voyage...

Sarah N. publié le 28/08/2023 suite à une commande du 19/07/2023

Bruno D. publié le 28/07/2023 suite à une commande du 14/06/2023

650 kms parcourus. Vélo un peu lourd mais conforme pour des randos aux longs courts?

Gautier G. publié le 16/07/2023 suite à une commande du 05/07/2023

Excellent vélo, parfaitement équipé, très confort.

Manu & Nathalie G. publié le 09/07/2023 suite à une commande du 28/06/2023

Bikepacking et voyage

Fabien B. publié le 06/07/2023 suite à une commande du 21/06/2023

Sur les premières semaines d'utilisation : Trajets quotidiens domicile-travail + quelques sorties longues. Le vélo est d'une grande qualité. Seul bémol, le garde-boue arrière qui s'est fendu sans choc après moins de 400km, exclusivement sur route...

Le modèle le mieux équipé de toute la série Tour de Fer ! Le meilleur choix de composants et d'accessoires pour un vélo de randonnée & voyage. + de détails

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