U.S. Built Custom Bicycles in Titanium and Titanium-Carbon Mix

Category: Gravel > Series: Race, Max

Parts Kit Recommendations

Bike Model: Evergreen XX, Gravel Race Max, Titanium

  • Category: Gravel & mixed-terrain racing
  • Geometry & Design Classifcation: Racing to the max. Speed above all.
  • Bike Mission: Super fast, ultralight, agile
  • Chassis: 700c x 40 mm tires. Short wheelbase for quick handling.
  • Frame Material: Titanium multi-butted custom rider-specific tubeset

Seven’s Evergreen XX frame

The Evergreen XX is the lightest choice for riders wanting to test their limits over dirt and gravel. Multi-butted titanium eases the impacts from ruts, potholes and the sorts of imperfections that distinguish Class IV roads from their smoother, paved brethren. Highly tunable handling is wed to disc brake stopping power to keep you dialed-in to the ride even after hours in the saddle.

Evergreen Gravel Access Road

What is Seven’s “Race Max” gravel bike?

Super-fast, ultralight, agile

For those who want a bike to take on the wildly varying conditions of today’s premier gravel race events, like Dirty Kanza, the Belgian Waffle Ride, the Landrun 100, Barry Roubaix, D2R2, or Rasputitsa. The Gravel Race Max packs features into an ultralight frame. The chopped drive side chainstay produces our shortest wheelbase, while maintaining clearance for 40 m tries. The XX butted titanium frame tubing adds to the bike’s dynamic compliance and gives the rider the ability to “body” the bike in any conditions. Short chainstays add traction and acceleration to the mix. Seven’s XX series is the absolute lightest design we offers.

Lots of other gravel models available

If this specific bike doesn’t seem to be your perfect match, check out the rest of our full line of gravel bike models. We’re confident we'll have the right bike for you. Questions? Contact us. We’re here to help you find your perfect bike.

Why choose a gravel bike from Seven?

When ‘gravel’ first emerged as a category we were bemused. We’d been building drop-bar bikes to ride off-road for decades already. The advent of good disc brakes changed the game, though. Suddenly, we weren’t making all-day riding cyclocross bikes anymore, we were into something new, and we loved it. We have built thousands of gravel bikes in the last seven seasons, in an astounding array of configurations, for riders all over the planet.

Our Most Popular Evergreen XX Race Max Bike Kit

Let’s cut to the chase. The majority of Seven’s gravel riders have been opting for 700c wheels and Shimano’s GRX Di2 disc parts kit: Race Max Performance GRX 2x Di2.

If this doesn't seem like the setup you're looking for, read on to find the perfect bike for your speed needs.

Which parts kit is best for my riding?

We offer lots of kit choices because there are a lot of types of riding. Here are some common preferences matched to the best kit:

Shimano Parts Kits

Origin Kit:

Shimano GRX 810 1x Mechanical Shifting & Hydraulic Brakes

Shimano’s new GRX component group is a gravel specific analog to their historically popular Ultegra road group. GRX features enhanced durability, a refined lever shape, and gearing optimize for gravel riding.

Complete bike prices start at: $7,595

Contact us to learn more about this bike or to place your deposit to reserve a space in our framebuilding queue.

Workhorse Kit:

GRX 810 2x 48/31t Mechanical Shifting & Hydraulic Brakes

Shimano’s new GRX component group is a gravel specific analog to their historically popular Ultegra road group. GRX features enhanced durability, a refined lever shape, and gearing optimize for gravel riding. The 2x subcompact front chainrings are a good choice for riders who want slightly lower gearing than on their road bikes.

See the full details for this bike, kit, and upgrades.

Complete bike prices start at: $7,695

Performance Kit:

GRX 815 1x Di2 Electronic Shifting & Hydraulic Brakes

The Shimano GRX Di2 component group is a gravel specific electronic group, so the off-road shifting is reliable and accurate. GRX features enhanced durability, a refined lever shape, and gearing optimize for gravel riding.

Complete bike prices start at: $8,495

Contact us to learn more about this bike or to place your deposit to reserve a space in our framebuilding queue.

Performance Kit:

GRX 815 2x 48/31t Di2 Electronic Shifting & Hydraulic Brakes

The Shimano GRX Di2 component group is a gravel specific electronic group, so the off-road shifting is reliable and accurate. GRX features enhanced durability, a refined lever shape, and gearing optimize for gravel riding. The 2x subcompact front chainrings are a good choice for riders who want slightly lower gearing than on their road bikes.

Complete bike prices start at: $8,695

Contact us to learn more about this bike or to place your deposit to reserve a space in our framebuilding queue.

SRAM Parts Kits

Origin Kit:

SRAM Force 1x Mechanical Shifting & Hydraulic Brakes

This kit offers the best value of all our kits. It’s a good gruppo for riders that are tough on equipment and expect to replace parts often. And, dollar for dollar it’s one of our lightest offerings.

Complete bike prices start at: $7,895

Contact us to learn more about this bike or to place your deposit to reserve a space in our framebuilding queue.

Workhorse Kit:

SRAM Force 22 2x 50/34t Mechanical Shifting & Hydraulic Brakes

SRAM makes light parts, and this group features a compact crankset like so many of today’s best road bikes. Hydraulic brakes breed confidence out on challenging terrain. A good choice for riders who want gearing similar to their road bikes.

Complete bike prices start at: $7,895

Contact us to learn more about this bike or to place your deposit to reserve a space in our framebuilding queue.

Evergreen Gravel Through Trees
Some Fine Print

Contact us with questions. We’re here to help.

Parts kits do not include anything that’s not included in the words on this page. Bike photos are not representative of the exact bike and buildout that you may receive. Water bottle cage, fenders, racks, etc. are not included unless stated in the text.

Each component is subject to change based on ongoing improvements and parts availability.