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Niner offers new carbon gravel bike, the RLT 9 RDO

Published January 10, 2017
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (BRAIN) — Niner's new RLT 9 RDO is a carbon-framed gravel bike that builds on the company's RLT alloy bike, introduced in 2013.
"A versatile bike at home under the performance-minded gravel grinding competitor as well as the discriminating mountain biker looking for an outlet when the local trails are closed, the new RLT 9 RDO offers comfort, performance and playfulness," the company said.

The RLT 9 RDO frame weighs less than 1,100 grams and can be built up as a light race bike for competitions like the Dirty Kanzaa or as a long haul bike with the capacity to load it with racks and bags. It has front and rear thruy axles, the RDO gravel fork with mid-mounts as well as flat mount disk brakes. It accepts tires up to 40mm wide.

The RLT 9 RDO comes in four different part builds: a "two star" built with SRAM’s Apex drivetrain retails at $,3000. A five-star limited release version features a full Shimano full Di2 electronic drivetrain and retails at $8,800. For more details and other build kits, visit


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