When discussing its initial approach to manufacturing, Guerilla Gravity recently quoted Henry Ford. The American carmaker famously said that his customers could have a Ford in any color, “so long as it’s black.”
That worked well for efficiency, but we all know folks eventually hungered for a little more variety along the visible spectrum.
After first following in Ford’s footsteps, Guerilla Gravity will now embrace the rainbow by offering three colorful designs on several of its Revved Carbon bike frames. Pro rider Yoann Barelli even got his own color: YOLO Merlot, an ode to his “life philosophy and love of French wine,” the company said. “YOLO Merlot.” “Our capacity and capabilities have expanded over the last few years, and it’s time to give the people what they want: frame colors,” the company said. “Our team sifted through countless samples to decide on the colors we feel best capture the spirit of their bike model.”
In addition to new colors, the company released an upgraded version of the Gnarvana .
“Blue Steel.” Next-gen Gnarvana
For Guerilla Gravity’s next-generation Gnarvana, the popular mountain bike comes with a few new features. They include a Revved Carbon swingarm, an updated alloy seat staykit, and upgraded hardware features.A big upgrade involves a new 0mm wheel dish, replacing the 3mm dish of the first-gen Gnarvana. Riders can now expect quicker and easier wheel swaps and greater wheel compatibility without having to re-dish.The bike also has “snappier handling” thanks to a 50 percent increase in lateral stiffness vs. the old […]