"All Road"

The All Road is designed to be smooth and fast on all road surfaces, dirt, gravel, asphalt, or whatever you might encounter.

Our layup for the All Road is focused on keeping weight low on those big climbs and the geometry provides confidence so you can rip those choppy downhills. Put 25’s on it and it will rival many “pure” road bikes. Mount up some 40’s and take on any gravel efforts you choose, either way, this bike is fast. Throw on some 650×48’s and go fast on singletrack too.

The All Road is the perfect bike for you if you like fine, hand-crafted things built by dedicated artisans. It’s fabricated by hand in Bozeman Montana by us. And it’s beautiful.


Design Priorities

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No Compromise

Handling Characteristics

This isn’t some clunky, slow backcountry bike. We designed this bike to go fast and inspire confidence. It is equally at home running 25mm tires in group rides and club races as it is with 40mm tires on the backroads.

Gravel Bike Geometry

Tool, Not a Jewel


In this day of making the lightest possible bikes, we want you to take comfort in the knowledge that your bike is built to last. We rigorously test our bikes during the design and manufacturing stages to ensure they meet strict international safety standards.

Testing and QC

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Light But Not Too Light


Without compromising ride quality or durability, the All Road is light but also durable enough to handle the abuse that rough dirt and gravel roads will throw at it. The All Road features a custom “Ride-Tuned” layup.

The Engineering

The World Is Your Oyster


The result is a bike that can be both fast and aggressive on paved roads and also gives you the freedom to create new routes and explore. You don’t need to limit yourself to paved rides anymore.

The stiff chassis is perfect for rolling the hills and standing on the climbs. The low bottom bracket gives the ability to corner fast and stick to the ground, inspiring confidence when descending technical roads at high speed.


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Details and Geometry

At Pursuit, we make the antithesis of a generic, assembly-line bike. By the time your bike reaches you, only a handful of people have touched it. That level of craftsmanship and attention to detail is what sets Pursuit apart.

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Tire Sizes

The frame was designed to be ridden like a road race bike when you use smaller 23-28 tires and a gravel race bike with up to a 700×40. If you are looking for a comfortable all-day road bike, you might try 30-38 smooth tread tires. If you want to hit looser or more rocky roads or trails, you can swap to 650b wheel size and run up to a 48.

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Tapered Steerer & IS Headset

We use an Internal Standard (IS) 52/41 headtube for a clean transition between frame and fork. The fork has a 1.250-inch tapered steerer for crisp steering response and sharp handling.

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Cable Management

Internal cables with a modular guide system accommodate cables, wires, and hoses. We only include the guides you need for the shift system you select, so there are no unused cable guides. We also offer fully integrated cables as an option.

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142×12 Thru-Axle and Flatmount Brakes

This is the de facto standard for all high-end bikes. The thru-axle stiffens the chassis and assures that the wheel is always located exactly where it needs to be. We also incorporate a replaceable derailleur hanger and use titanium sleeves in the dropout to reduce wear and protect the paint.

Flat mount brakes give a clean traditional look to a modern system.

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Round 27.2 Seatpost

While an aero post may provide a small advantage, we consider comfort a higher priority. We chose to use a round 27.2-mm seatpost for its compliance. We also use a standard external seat clamp because they keep the post in place while avoiding seizure or damage to the frame from over-tightening. 

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T-47 Bottom Bracket

We think bottom brackets should be threaded. And we think threads should be metal. So we bonded in a titanium T47 bottom bracket insert. This ensures easy maintenance, prevents squeaking, and fits just about every crank out there.

Tuned For You

Custom "Ride Tuned" Layup

Part of customizing your Pursuit is ride-tuning the perfect layup for you. We tune the layup not only to optimize weight and stiffness but include other considerations such as impact resistance and vibration damping.

We use your goals, priorities, frame size, and bodyweight to balance a smooth ride and vibration reduction with stiffness for out-of-the-saddle efforts without sacrificing comfort when seated.

If you’re a larger rider, hammer, or someone that regularly throws down 1,000-plus watts, we will strategically add material for additional stiffness. If you seek added durability, we will add material to the top tube and seat stays to further strengthen areas that are prone to impacts or damage in a crash.

What is a Layup?

Sizing and Geometry

We made a couple of important decisions when we designed the All Road. The geometry is pretty much that of a road bike although we lengthened the wheelbase slightly for tire clearance. We also raised the stack (headtube height) a small amount and raised the bottom bracket ever so slightly so you can run 650 wheels. Learn more about how gravel bikes are designed here.

Custom sizing and geo are available at no extra charge. Contact carl@pursuitcycles if you are interested in custom size or geometry and would like to learn more about what is possible.

Unlike most companies, our sizes are measured by the effective top tube. We do this because it’s the most important measurement on the bike. When comparing our frame sizing to others, be sure to use either the effective top tube length or stack/reach to make sure you are comparing apples to apples.