Standert Bicycles from Berlin just announced the return of their stainless steel Erdgeschoss gravel bike, which features a trio of fresh paint options and some new complete build options. Find more photos and get to know the updated Standert Erdgeschoss here…
Freshened up and back in stock for 2023, the updated Standert Erdgeschoss is sporting three eye-catching new colorways and retains the same bikepacking-friendly features that have set it apart from the Berlin-based brand’s line-up since its introduction. We think this year’s “Ka-Pow! Khaki,” “Yeah! Yellow,” and “Pang! Pink,” strike a nice balance between the over-the-top combinations and subdued hues Standert has picked for the Erdgeschoss over the years. Find a quick re-introduction to their flagship gravel rig below.
Built around a stainless steel frame and a carbon Columbus Cross+ fork, the Standert Erdgeschoss is, in their words, “a versatile gravel and bikepacking frame that handles all terrain and payloads with ease.” It features clearance for 700c x 50mm or 650b x 54mm tires; an adjustable 47mm or 52mm fork offset; front and rear internal dynamo routing; a seatstay mount for a rear light; and sliding rear dropouts that allow for adjustment of the wheelbase. As for mounts, it boasts three-pack mounts on the seat tube, top of the downtube, and fork blades; top tube bag mounts; a standard bottle mount under the downtube; and rack/fender mounts.
Standert’s newest team rider, Laziel Muchemwa, showing off the latest Erdgeschoss
The updated Erdgeschoss also has front and rear thru-axles (12×100/12×142), a straight headtube, a T47 bottom bracket, and a standard 27.2mm seatpost diameter. It has fully internal cable routing that can be customized for 1x, 2x, Di2, eTap, and EPS drivetrains. A 54cm frame weighs in at a modest 1,980 grams, and the Columbus fork adds around 500 grams. Framesets come with a Chris King Inset 7 headset in one of four coordinated colors.
Seven sizes are available, ranging from 48cm to 60cm. In line with the brand’s usual boutique pricing, Erdgeschoss framesets come in at €2,199/$2,422 (€1,847/$2,035 without VAT). For completes, the standard Shimano GRX 810 2×11 build costs €4,699/$5,175 (€3,948/$4,350 without VAT) and the SRAM 1x Rival XPLR eTap AXS and SRAM 1x Force XPLR eTap AXS builds add €300/$330 and €500/$550, respectively. Various other upgrade options (wheels, bottom bracket, tires, etc.) will affect the final price.
You can find further details about the Standert Erdgeschoss over at Standert.de.
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