WHO IT’S FOR
WHATEVER THE COURSE THROWS AT YOU, BE READY WITH XA-01-D. RACE
IT ONE WEEKEND, DO AN EPIC GRAVEL GRINDER THE NEXT.
XA-01-D goes to a cross over terrain alloy road bike with disc brake system which is the first XA bike
developed in IDEAL.
As much close as possible to a standard road speed machine brings fun and comfort enough to hoist
and carry, fast enough to carry you to the journey. That’s XA-01-D. The sharp handling, easy-to-shoulder
aluminum frame features the low stack, short RC, big tires design for confident control in all types
of conditions. With a smart mix of dirt-worthy components, XA-01-D is your do-it-all bike for competition
l Performance-minded adventure riders who value the go-anywhere, do-anything versatility of XA-01-D.
l Gravel-racers who require the versatility and durability of fast rolling big tires along with the all-day comfort provided by XA-01-D.
l Road or mountain performance riders who wish to complement their joy and fun riding with road bike setting and confident steering control created by XA-01-D.
l Aluminum construction for a durable yet responsive ride.
l Full-length cable housing for clean, no-fuss performance no matter how poor the conditions.
l Disc Brakes for confident, no-fuss, all-weather stopping performance.
l New fork FK-01-D (12mm through axle) for big tires, compatible to 650B*2.1, 700C*35, 700C*32(fender available)
allowing for a wide range for tires and exceptional mud clearance.
l Patent pending YOKE design create the maximum chainring clearance 50-34T (2 speeds) or 48T(SRAM 1X).
l The Ideal ride for an epic long gravel ride.The bike can carry five water bottles at most, 1 bento box,
and has the op tion to put 2x C02 c artridges for tire inflation on the YOKE.
l The YOKE does have cable routing option for dropper post (height adjustable seat post) which is
becoming very popular recently. It’s intended to be used just on sections of an off-road trail when
having the saddle lowered out of the way would make tackling and trail easier. On a mountain
bike, a dropper post is most often used on a trail endurance bike to conquer hilly climbing and
steep downhill trail, but on this sort of bike, it could conceivably be used for sections of cobbles
or very rough roads.