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Soma Double Cross - Disc (Complete Bicycle)
$1,551.15
Look up ‘do-all’ bike in the dictionary and you'll find a picture of the Soma Double Cross Disc. The heat-treated chromoly frame is more than ready for 'cross, trail-riding, commuting, and even loaded touring. SRAM's Apex 10-speed groupset with generous gearing is perfect for the serious commuter, while the surefooted 32mm-wide tires provide ample traction through corners and smooth out any bumps you'll encounter along the way. Go ahead, say yes to adventure and take the road less traveled with this versatile machine.
Soma Wolverine Daily Grinder (complete city build)
$1,579.00 - $2,475.00 $1,879.00 - $2,975.00 Up To 17% Savings
Joe Bike's own Soma Wolverine Daily Grinder housebuild features all the things we look for in an ultimate commuter bike: belt drive, internal gearing, robust tires, and disc brakes, along with an optional dynamo system, fenders, and rack. Together these give you a weatherproof, clean, quiet, ultra-low-maintenance bike that's ideal for less-than-perfect conditions. Fully rack- and fender-friendly. Semi-sweptback handlebars give you a slightly more upright position than flat bars will, yet still lets you put your impressive strength into your pedalstroke. The 46/22 gearing with Alfine 8 is set up for moderately high-speed riding on your typical mildly hilly Portland terrain (excluding the west hills, that is). However, if you'll be hauling some weight with you, climbing steep grades, or just wanting to take it easy, we can lighten this up by using a 24t cog...or even a 26t...at no extra charge. Just ask. And now, we can build the Daily Grinder up with drop bars, thanks to the recent appearance of Alfine-8 bar-end/downtube shifter from MicroShift and an integrated shifter/levers from Portland's own Gevenalle. Get in touch if you're interested. We're also offering now an 11-speed Wolverine Daily Grinder with dynamo system, rack, and fenders, based on the new v3 frame in red or black. Or you can have us build the same specs using a v2 or v2.1 orange or black frame, subject to the availability of your size and color. You can see pictures here of an orange one with gumwall tires. The 11-speed versions are actually less expensive than the 8-speed, and that's just a function of the super-low price on the complete 11-speed build kits we were able to get. We can also do an Alfine 11 Wolverine with drop bars using Microshift's STI-like 11-speed shifter. Questions people ask us about this bike: Q: Don't I need to adjust the belt tension every time I reinstall the rear wheel, such as when I change a flat? A: No. Soma, along with a few others, "gets" belt drive and have designed their dropouts accordingly. In this case, Soma uses Paragon sliding dropouts. The only time you should need to check and adjust belt tension is in the future, when the belt teeth gradually erode and the tension therefore gradually slackens. This adjustment is easily done on the Wolverine, and you won't have to do it for maybe the first 2,000 miles or so, although this depends on your riding style. The Portlandistan version adds a premium dynamo system, stylish Full Metal Fenders from Portland Design Works, and a light but stiff Axiom Streamliner Disc DLX rack, which has twice the capacity of most racks. Q: Can I make substitutions or other changes? A: Sure, but the price will likely change. We sourced build kits at a lower cost than you'd expect, and that's reflected in the surprisingly low price of the bike. But just let us know what you have in mind (email is best). Q: What are some upgrades I should consider? A: A Brooks Cambium or leather saddle would be nice. Either PDW Whiskey leather ergo grips or Ergon Biokork ergo grips would make good sense. If you want to charge your smartphone, Garmin, or camera off of the dynamo system, the Busch & Mueller Luxos U headlight does that very well, although it's expensive ($258). Kickstands are highly underrated. Schwalbe Marathon Supreme tires would make you the customer of our dreams.

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Soma Buena Vista disc 50 cm
$1,988.00
We built this beautiful mixte frame up with a Velo Orange triple touring cranket, dynamo lighting system, semi-sweptback handlebars, and Brooks saddle. Other specs: Shimano Alfine hydraulic disc brakes Microshift shifters Portland Design Works ergo leather grips Sora front derailleur and 9-speed cassette Deore rear derailleur Thomson Elite stem Handspun wheels based on Velocity Dyad rims, Velo Orange Grand Crue disc hub, Shutter Precision dynamo front hub Panaracer Pasela 700 38 gumwall tires MKS Grip King Lambda pedals Spanninga Pixeo fender-mount dynamo taillight B&M Lumotech Cyo RS dynamo headlight Velo Orange stainless fenders Custom assembled in house. $85 domestic shipping. No tax.
Soma Wolverine Touring Rohloff
$4,300.00 - $5,100.00
Now that the Wolverine has passed the stiffness test that lets us match Rohloff with belt drive, we've created the Weltgrinder, a complete touring build that gives you Rohloff's famously wide gear range and extraordinary durability along with Gates Carbon Drive for lower maintenance and greater longevity than a chain. Jones Loop carbon handlebars give you multiple hand positions for long days on the road, with superior positioning for both climbing and descending. The Sinewave Cycles Beacon dynamo system lets you charge smartphones and external battery packs while you pedal. Front and rear racks (Jandd Extreme and Surly Formerly Known as Nice Rack, respectively). 36-spoke Velocity Dyad rims, Panaracer Pasela 700 x 38 or WTB Byways 650b x 47 tires, Chris King headset, Thomson seatpost...you get the picture. The price includes all of these things; there's a nondynamo build and a dynamo build. Weltgrinder includes tons of American-made components like the Velocity rims, the Gates system, the Chris King headset, the Sinewave Beacon, the Thomson seatpost, and the carbon Jones Loop Bars, along with the German-made hubs and lights, and let's not forget the English saddle. This is truly a bike built for the world. Are you grossly unfamiliar with Jones Loop bars? We could not explain their virtues better than this copy from the Jones website: Better handling and power output The shape of the Jones Loop bar really allows you to throw the bike around in technical situations. With your hands in the wide and rearward grip position you can keep your weight back and your arm stance wide for stable and controlled technical or steep downhill riding. This position is just like having a wide bar with a short stem, similar to a downhill or dirt jumping bike, but with more sweep. This additional sweep brings your arms in closer to your side to allow more comfortable and natural use of your arm and back muscles. The sweep also allows you to push and swing the bike side to side with more control and power. It's especially beneficial when climbing. These bars allow you to really get up on top of the pedals and grind out low cadence standing power for climbing in hard gears which is why the bar is so popular with single speeders. Your hands pull more towards your shoulders, a more natural 'pull' with stronger muscles. This allows you to push down with more force at the pedal. In extremely tight turns with the bar close to 90 degrees your outside arm and wrist is not taken to the edge of their flexible range as with traditional bars. This provides more control and stability on switch backs. More comfortable and ergonomic The sweep matches your natural hand and wrist positions creating a stronger hand and body position. With an H-Bar, your weight is evenly distributed across the width of your hand instead of being focused at the out side edge of your hand, the main cause of finger numbness. This 'even grip pressure' on the bar allows a better, more secure grip on the bar. This is especially nice if you chose to ride a fully rigid bike. The many and varied hand positions greatly reduce hand numbness and wrist pain. The H-Bar also reduces back pain since it has a range of hand positions from rear to front. This range allows you to move around and stretch your back. This is a bar you can ride all day.

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For more information on Jones Loop bars, a review from Bikepackers Magazine can be found at http://bikepackersmagazine.com/jones-bikes-loop-h-bars/.
Soma Buena Vista disc frameset
$575.00
Note: the photo doesn't show a fork, but rest assured a matching steel disc-brake fork is included. One of the most graceful frames in production, the Soma Buena Vista frameset is now compatible with disc brakes, making it a rarity among mixtes. Handbuilt of high-quality Tange Prestige steel. Drop us a line with any questions about sizing, or if you'd like to discuss a complete custom build. We also often have complete builds in the shop. A true mixte frame with the double top tube/stays. Obviously offers lots of standover height and style as well. You’ll find the geometry is more sporty, than upright-comfy. Though it can be built up to suit either demeanor. Drop bars? Sure. Moustache bars? Of course. And for 2018 we have upgraded the Buena Vista to fit disc brakes. This not only improves wet weather braking, but allows it to fit wider, more sure-footed tires. – Tange Prestige heat-treated CrMo steel main tubes – Sport touring geometry – Matching lugged crown CrMo steel fork included. Features low-rider pannier mounts. – Rack and fender eyelets – Tange/IRD Sliding dropouts allows for geared and single speed drivetrains – 135mm hub spacing – 1-1/8? size headtube – 27.2mm seatpost size – 42, 50, 54, 58, 62cm (Center to top of seat collar) – Previously the 42cm model used 26? wheels, but this year all sizes will use 700c tires and fit tires as wide as 42mm – Weight: Frame: 5.8 lbs(50cm) Fork: 2.35 lbs (350mm uncut steerer) – In Pearl White
Soma Fog Cutter Pinchon
$2,899.00
Named after the magnificent Gifford Pinchot National Forest across the Columbia River in Washington, our first Fog Cutter housebuild is a gravel machine spec'd the way we build some of our own personal gravel bikes: a 105 2 x 11-speed drivetrain, TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes, and Clement X;PLORE 700x40c gravel tires 0on an Araya DS-700 wheelset. Tubeless compatible all the way. We keep most frame sizes in stock so we can build you one in several days' time. Get in touch if you want to come in and ride one of a different size. The Fog Cutter is rack- and fender-friendly. Complete dynamo systems are available. We can build a Fog Cutter with different specs--tell us what's on your mind.

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Soma Fogcutter Geometry Chart

Soma Wolverine Daily Grinder 11
$2,750.00 - $2,850.00
We're calling this a 2019 model, and here's why. The newest edition of our Wolverine commuter housebuild, which we call the Daily Grinder, gets major upgrades yet costs around $500 less than the best 2017/2018 Wolverine Daily Grinder: -The new V3 Wolverine frame with redesigned rear dropouts and new colors (red and pearl black), handbuilt with Tange Prestige cromoly. (We still have some V2 frames if you'd like to save $100) -Alfine 11 internally geared hub with your choice of 50/22 gearing (ideal for high speeds and flatter terrain) or lighter 46/22 gearing (better for climbing). Previous editions used the Alfine 8 hub. -A Shimano dynamo hub powering Supernova premium lights. -Panaracer Pasela 700x38 gumwall tires for a confident and supple road feel (substitutions OK with a price differential). -Ergonomic grips. -Lighter, stiffer rims for strength and speed. -Full-coverage alloy Velo Orange fenders We're also carrying over the best features from the previous edition: -Gates belt drive -Shimano hydraulic disc brakes -Your choice of a traditional lugged steel fork or Soma's All-Road carbon fork (with a price differential) -An alloy rear rack If you'd rather have one of the previous Wolverine colors (pumpkin orange or flat black) on a V2 or V2.1 frame, we can do that for $100 less, subject to the availability of your size and color. Just get in touch. Notes: specs subject to change without notice. Specs last updated 8/14/18. The photos may show optional equipment.
Soma Wolverine v2.1 frame 62cm orange
$399.00 - $469.00 $399.00 - $569.00 Up To 18% Savings
The v.2.1 frame has stiffening plates added near the dropouts. They also switched up the welding method to keep more of the tube's overall strength. - Tange Prestige heat-treated CrMo front triangle; butted CrMo rear end - Clearance for 700x45c tires w/ fenders - Rear hub spacing:135mm - Gates Carbon belt drive compatible - Optional Matching Forks: A) lugged flat crown fork Tange Infinity CrMo steel fork; double eyelets pannier rack and mini rack mounts. B) unicrown straight blade 15mm thru-axle fork - Braze-ons for rear rack and fenders (disc brake-compatible racks only) - 1-1/8" size headtube - 4.79 lbs (frame)
Soma Wolverine Gravelo 650b or 700c
$1,875.00 - $2,525.00
Think of the Wolverine Gravelo as an off-pavement randonneur, a 700c or 650b (your choice) 2 x 10 build that we've optimized for adventures far from pavement, where the deer and the antelope play in the middle of the road, just like you. There's a higher-level Gravelo, which we call the Powerplant build. It includes a Shutter Precision dynamo hub, a Busch & Mueller Luxos U front light that charges your phone or external battery, and a Busch & Mueller tail light (your choice depending on mounting position). If you do go with a dynamo hub, we suggest the 650b build in order to get current to your lights at lower speed. The Gravelo joins our other Soma Wolverine builds: the Daily Grinder city build and the Weltgrinder Rohloff touring build. We'll post pictures of the 650b build soon.

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Soma B-Side 27.5-inch (650b) Frame
$489.99
Soma's B-Side mountain frame sports cutting-edge 27.5" (or 650b) tires, which are halfway in between the more common 26" and 29" MTB tires. 650b tires roll over obstacles better and are more stable at speed than a 26" wheel and are lighter weight than 29er wheels. 27.5" bikes also have less of the unwieldy feel that 29ers are known for. Soma's 3rd generation B-Side has a slightly slacker geometry. Still great for XC trail riding, but more controllable when things get fast. Snazzy Tange/IRD Sliding Dropouts allow you to go single-speed or geared. - Tange/IRD Sliding Dropouts allows geared and single-speed builds with easy wheel removal - Designed to accommodate a 100/120mm travel fork (69 degree head angle with 100mm fork, 68 degree head angle with 120mm fork)
Soma Fog Cutter frame
$489.00 - $554.00
Soma Fog Cutter Frame Endurance road disc frame that can fit tires up to 700x40mm. - Fully heat-treated Tange Prestige CrMo steel - Road sport geometry - Rear rack & fender mounts - International disc mounts (rear mount is located on the chainstay for stiffer performance and also keeps the caliper out of the way of rear racks) - Available matching straight blade carbon fork (order 23316/43mm for frames 54cm and up; order 23317/48mm rake for frame 48-51cm - 1-1/8" size headtube - 27.2mm post size - 6 sizes: 48, 51, 54, 56, 58, 61cm - Rosso Red PLEASE ALLOW US 3-5 BUSINESS DAYS TO SHIP. Want a complete Fog Cutter? Check out our "Pinchot" House gravel build.
Soma Juice 29er Frame
$489.99
Soma juice in old Hindu scripture is an intoxicating drink, a drink of the gods. And since its introduction, Soma's Juice has intoxicated many new riders into loving fast-rolling, rock-garden slaying 29er wheels. The CrMo Steel tubes offer a lively ride. The geometry is very stable at speed and lets you carve corners with confidence. Tons of fun. - Geometry designed to accommodate a 100-140mm travel fork - Tange Stainless Steel Sliding Dropouts for geared or single speed set-ups - S-bend seatstays and chainstays
Soma Wolverine 700c/650b V2 Frame
$375.00 - $646.00
Joe Bike has built up more Wolverines than any bike shop in the world, so throw us your ideas; we've probably already done it. There are now three fork options for the Wolverine, so we're now selling the frame separately from the fork. See Related Items. The original inspiration for the Wolverine was "monster cross", but it is seriously so much more. Its geometry is stable enough for off road touring, but sporty enough for all-around adventure. With its Tange/IRD Sliding Dropouts, you can turn it into a single-speed CX bike. With a split seatstay, it is compatible with the Gates Carbon Belt Drive. - Clearance for 700x45c tires w/fenders (applies to rear only--fork clearance depends on Wolverine fork and ranges from about 44mm max tire width for the carbon fork, to 44-45mm for the thru-axle steel fork, and about 51mm for the quick-release steel fork). -700c or 650b compatible - Rear hub spacing: 135mm - Gates Carbon belt-drive compatible - Rohloff compatible, and now Rohloff/Gates approved! The Wolverine can be built up any way you like, such as with a belt and internal gearing or a conventional drivetrain. Skinny tires, 650b,.singlespeed, internally geared, or conventional derailleur and chain. Drop bars or flat. This is the updated V 2 frame, which features a seatstay splitter (to get the belt in the frame), whereas in the original frame the split was at the dropout. The V2 offers Rohloff+Gates compatibility, whereas the older frame allowed either/or but not both. We're offering our own Wolverine complete builds optimized for city, gravel, or touring. We call them the Daily Grinder, the Gravelo, and the Weltgrinder Rohloff, respectively. Note that this frame will need to be prepped (faced, chased, T-9 sprayed, etc.). We charge $70 to prep frames bought from us (and $105 for frames not bought from us).

Helpful FAQ's

How does One Install a belt on the Second Generation (V2) of the Soma Wolverine Frame?
This version of the Wolverine Soma Frame (V2) comes with what's called a Split Seatstay Design. This allows you to easily install / replace a Gates Belt by unbolting the right seatstay and then sliding the belt through the gap. (see detail pic below)

Soma Wolverine V2 Split Seatstay detail photo

What are the best style of Brakes to use with the Soma Wolverine?
The best option are brakes that have 160mm rotors (for great stopping power) and that fit international standard mounts that are specced on the Wolverine.
I want to build up the Wolverine, wwhat are the specs I need in order to get the right components?
Front derailleur clamp: 28.6mm
Rear hub spacing: 135mm
Seatpost: 27.2mm
Seat Collar: 29.8mm to 30mm (NOT INCLUDED W FRAME)
Headset: 1-1/8" external cup (SHIS: EC34/28.6 | EC34/30)
Bottom Bracket Shell: 68mm wide, English Threaded
Brake Compatibility: 160mm rotors, International Standard Disc mounts
Chainstay length range: 425-440mm (Soma Fabrications strongly recommend you avoid placing wheel in the Very back of dropout- bad things happen)
Water bottle bosses: 2 sets of mounts
What is the recommended Carbon Drive Setup for the Soma Wolverine
For the Alfine 8 spd hub, we recommend 46t front, 24t rear, and 115 length belt, with the dropout set at 440mm from the center of the BB axle. We recommend the new Center-Track system. Please note: Shimano Alfine Di2 does not fit on the Wolverine due to the Di2's Belt line is not compatible with the Soma Wolverine.

For the Rohloff hubs (compatible with this Split-seatstay design): For a gravel Grinder setup we love setting it up with a 55t in Front x 19t in back with a 115 Belt; 440.19 chainstay setting is a great starting point. For touring or adventure /trail use, use a smaller front ring.

For Single Speed setups: 46t in front x 26t in back x 115 belt and set the chainstay to 435.19mm

We strongly recommend you use the Gates Drive Calculator to figure out your gearing - it is a real help. We recommend starting with 430mm as a chainstay length. This will help you get a useful belt length when you plug in your preferred f

Soma Wolverine V3.0 frame
$540.00 - $610.00
ETA: January 19, 2018 Pre-ordering is available now (where "In store now" actually means "en route now". Inventory may run out without notice, but we'll let you know promptly if that happens. The Wolverine v3 frame features updated dropouts to withstand extreme riding styles and loaded, off-road touring and bikepacking. The new 3.0 features IRD’s Broski dropout design, which promises better durability and less slip than conventional sliding dropouts. It also features the internal anti- rust coating of other Soma frames The original inspiration for the Wolverine was “monster cross”, but it is seriously so much more. Its geometry is stable enough for off road touring, but sporty enough for all-around adventure. With its sliding dropouts, you can turn it into a single-speed CX bike. With a split in the seatstay, it is compatible with Gates Carbon Drive. The version 3.0 features the new and extra stiff IRD Broski sliding dropouts. - Tange Prestige heat-treated CrMo front triangle; butted CrMo rear end - Clearance for 700x45c tires w/ fenders - 650b compatible with clearance up 2.2" - Rear hub spacing:135mm - Gates Carbon belt drive compatible - Fork choices (all sold separately): lugged flat-crown CrMo quick-release, straight-blade thru axle, or carbon AllRoad QR - Braze-ons for rear rack and fenders (disc brake-compatible racks only) - 1-1/8” size headtube
Soma Smoothie Road Frame
$429.99
Soma's Smoothie road race frame is agile and responsive. Excellent for stage races and competitive club rides. But also comfortable enough for daily commutes and charity rides. The semi-compact geometry allows for more standover clearance and fitting options, but they don't cheat you by only offering 4 sizes. - Based on modern road geometry, the Smoothie is speedy and nimble - Tange Prestige heat-treated butted CrMo steel; butted CrMo rear end - Rear rack and fender mounts - Compact-style geometry
Soma Grand Randonneur 650b - Frameset
$489.99
Soma's Grand Randonneur is a true low trail geometry randonneuring frame set, which means it rides better with a front load than other touring and road bikes. Co-designed with Mike Kone of Rene Herse/Boulder Bicycles. It will fit all the gadgets a good rando bike should have. The traditional diameter tubes lend a smooth comfortable ride. They have tweaked the geometry for 2015. We increased frame stack by 15-20mm. Seat tube extension has been reduced. - Designed for 650b wheels and cantilever brakes - Max. tire fit: 650 x 42mm slick tires w/fenders - Max. fender width: 50mm
Soma Double Cross Disc Frame
$449.99
Soma's Double Cross Disc Frame is a great do-all frame. Ready for cross, trail-riding, commuting and loaded touring. The Double Cross Disc is disc-specific. Don't worry about finding the right fit, it comes in a wide range of sizes to fit you right -- up to 66cm! - Clearance for 700x41c tires w/o fenders - Rear hub spacing is 135mm
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