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Specialized AWOL Comp

Reynolds 725/520 premium Cr-Mo

Cr-Mo, unicrown, custom blade curve, w/ integrated cast dropouts / 1-1/8" sealed Cr-Mo cartridge bearings integrated w/ headset

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
FSA Gossamer / FSA MegaExo

Race Face Aeffect

SRAM X9 Type 2 / CX1 38t chainring

SRAM X9 Type 2 rear derailleur / SRAM X9 Trigger Shifter

Flat bar / Thomson X4

Fizik Aliante Team Edition / Thomson Elite

Avid BB7

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Easton Heist 27 / Maxxis Crossmark 2.1

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Easton Heist 27 / Maxxis Crossmark 2.1

Specialized Pizza Rack

More Info:
Custom cordura DIY frame bag.

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Euro
  2. Adventure
  3. Radventure

Added by larsenroed. Last updated over 6 years ago.

As of over 6 years ago, larsenroed has indicated that they no longer own this bike.



georgeholmes26 says:

so so nice! Just read the lfgss thread of this. Was it 700c to begin with, but it could take 650b and you made this conversion when you built the new wheels? Cheers

Posted over 5 years ago


tracksloth says:

Life goals!

Posted over 6 years ago


norshamhusaini says:

HI, when you had the drop bars, what tyres were you using? Are they Panaracer Pasela 35s?

Posted about 7 years ago


larsenroed says:


Posted over 6 years ago


Nathap470 says:

Dope setup!

Posted about 7 years ago


Robert3210 says:

I'd personally prefer the drops, but the riser setup looks rad for trail shredding

Posted about 8 years ago


arekey says:

Phet sykkel!

Posted over 8 years ago


franzh says:

Hi there, where'd you get those Kodak-bottles and what fenders are those? Looking for some decent fenders for my awol .... thanks in advance!

Posted almost 9 years ago


larsenroed says:

Hey. The bottles are from Mash and the fenders are available through your Specialized dealer. I think they were in the Globe series. Cheap stuff. Had to paint them black myself though, and they won't fit much bigger tyres than 35c.

Posted almost 9 years ago


franzh says:

Just read the bike's Story online and your Plans to ditch the fenders and the paselas in favor of bigger tires; I planned the Same, but the other way round!
Two weeks ago I toured about 300km in two days on the Awol and about 100km of them in the pouring rain ... I wished a had fenders! The only fenders I think are visually acceptable are hammered fenders like VO or mud butler, and those come in max width of 45mm, so not enough for those fat boys. How did the Awol work out aus a classic Road tourer?

Posted over 8 years ago


larsenroed says:

Yes, the reason I went as small as 35mm tyres was to fit fenders that didn't cost a fortune. I think VO has a bigger model that will fit Fatboys, but the look isn't perfect.

I enjoyed the tour a lot. We were on some gnarly gravel roads and even some smooth single tracks too. It handled everything, but I do feel that it's on the rougher stuff that it really shines. On the road it's just another bike that can haul a load – although in a perfectly good matter.

I think having both setups available is perfect. One for longer road tours and one for weekend getaways or mountain adventures.

Posted over 8 years ago


thatskevinjames says:

very nice!

Posted almost 9 years ago