$1440 (MSRP $2300) for a slightly scratched bike with less than 50 miles on it.
The Haanjo EXP Carbon integrates some of the best features of touring and distance road bikes with some of the best features of mountain bikes. This is a drop-bar, carbon, 650b, 3x9 deep-woods off-roader with 2.1" tires. The EXP (Expedition, we gather) designation captures this bike's essence.
Compare it to the Salsa Cutthroat...and note the much wider gear range you get with the Haanjo.
Highlights: "Alternative road" geometry (relaxed head tube angle, longer chainstays), 12 mm thru axles front and rear, flat-mount carbon fork with alloy steerer, XT/Deore 3x9 mountain drivetrain for steep inclines on a loaded rig. Dura Ace bar-end shifters, threaded bottom bracket, TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes, Schwalbe Smart Sam 27.5 x 2.1" knobby tires on HED Tomcat Disc tubeless-ready rims. Front and rear mounting points for racks and fenders. Like any good touring bike, it rides even nicer when weighed down with your bikepacking gear.
If you're touring on gravel and/or paved roads rather than dirt trails, Compass Cycles Switchback Hill 650b x 48 tires (see photo) are a good choice. The frame also accepts 700c wheels with tires up to about 40mm.
We recommend a complete dynamo system: Shutter Precision dynamo hub, K-Lite or B & Mueller front light with B&M taillight, and a Sinewave Cycles Reactor smart-phone charger powered via the dynamo. This adds $800. Email for details.