American Custom Bicycles in Steel, Titanium and Ti/carbon mix

Spotlight: Axiom SL

The Axiom SL is designed to meet the demands of a wide variety of road cyclists. Seven's most versatile road bike features the highest quality seamless double-butted 3-2.5 alloy titanium tubing. The Axiom SL offers a perfect balance of responsiveness, durability, and selection, without compromises.

With thousands of different butted tubeset combinations, the Axiom SL offers the broadest performance profile of any Seven road model. Each tube is custom butted in-house, using butting technology developed by Seven. There are virtually no restrictions. It simply delivers the most precise, finely tuned ride characteristics of any bike in our range. Any style of riding—from credit card touring to agile criterium racing—is achievable, with the added reliability of a durable, full titanium frame.

The Axiom SL showcases a number of design elements introduced by Seven. We pioneered the use of S-bend seat stays and chain stays. Our precision sculpted 6-4 Ti dropouts and CNC machined small parts ensure every detail is thoughtfully addressed. The Axiom SL is Seven's bestselling road model and the benchmark for all other road bikes.

Model Comparison

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Axiom SLX

The Axiom SL can offer more drivetrain stiffness than the Axiom SLX

Diamas SL

The Axiom SL is more impact resistant than the Diamas SL

Axiom SL

Elium SL

The Axiom SL offers more versatility and more options than the Elium SL

Axiom S

The Axiom SL is lighter and features higher quality accessories than the Axiom S


Avg. Frame Weight3.1 lbs*
Material and TubesetDouble-Butted 3-2.5 Titanium
Design MissionThe most versatile, balanced, performance road bike we offer
Drive Train Rigidity4-10
Vertical Compliance2-8
Weight-to-Performance 4-10

Features and Options

Frequently Asked Questions

How does the performance of a full titanium frame compare with a full carbon frame?

I've never ridden a titanium bike. How do they feel?

I'm worried that my frame will be too soft/ not stiff enough. Is that a concern with titanium frames?

Do I have to paint my frame?

All the tubes on the Axiom SL are round. Do you offer shaped tubes?