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Bike of the Week | The Berria Belador Allroad is a Spanish gravel bike with seatstay suspension

Bike of the Week is back! In this regular feature, we’ll be showing off a new, exciting or just plain cool bike that we’ve got…

Wednesday, Aug 17

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Bike of the Week is back! In this regular feature, we’ll be showing off a new, exciting or just plain cool bike that we’ve got in at BikeRadar HQ that week.

Kicking things off for our latest batch of bikes is the Berria Belador Allroad – a gravel bike with a passive rear-suspension system that offers up to 26mm of travel.

The Belador Allroad is the Spanish brand’s first foray into the gravel bike market.

Berria says the bike is designed for “maximum performance” and its aesthetic is fittingly aggressive, but the brand says it can also take on light bikepacking duties. It’s all in the frame details…

The Belador Allroad uses the brand’s HM2X carbon frame and fork, which features a mix of Toray T700 and T800 carbon fibres. The brand says this carbon layup “offers a blend of low overall weight and high stiffness, while incorporating ride-dampening compliance”.

Berria claims a medium frame weighs 1,060g.

The bike’s signature feature is a pivot on the seatstay junction. Berria calls it the ‘Active Flex Concept’ and a similar system is employed on Cannondale’s Topstone .The Spanish brand claims the system offers “increased comfort and decreased rider fatigue… while improving traction, grip and control when the course becomes technical”.The bike also features a bento box mount on the top tube, as well as three bottle cage bolts on the down tube and two on the seat tube.That’s it for mounting points. If you need to take more luggage with you, you’ll have to use typical […]

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