Métier Vélo Super622

The Métier Vélo Super622 features 3D printed titanium lugs paired with custom-designed, filament-wound carbon fiber tubes by Tim Crossman Composites exclusively for Métier Vélo. The geometry is based on the well-regarded Cannondale Super6 Evo with a few updates, such as graceful 8mm seatstays, and a sloping tapered top tube for the super-tuck position on descents.  It features the Métier Vélo integrated saddle mount and custom dropouts in 3D-printed titanium.  The frame is eTAP only, which keeps it super-clean, and the component selection features Utah-based suppliers TRP (brakes), ENVE (fork, bars, and stem), and Reynolds Cycling (wheels).  The Super622 is the first of Métier Vélo’s Team Edition frames. See metier-velo.com for more info.

Frame details

Custom filament-wound carbon tubes bonded to 3D-printed titanium lugs filament-wound  carbon-fiber tubes, custom integrated saddle mount.  Custom rear dropouts are based around the DR4022 replaceable hangar from Paragon Machine Works. Frame with uncut seat tube, including integrated saddle mount and bottle boss hardware is 1,370g.  Complete ready-to-ride bicycle is 14lbs 5 oz without bottle cages.

Geometry

  • Stack :546mm
  • Reach: 430mm
  • Head tube angle: 72.9
  • Seat tube angle: 73.8
  • Fork rake: 43mm
  • BB drop: 71mm
  • Wheelbase: 978mm
  • Chainstay length:  405mm
  • Tire clearance: 32mm tubular rear, 28mm tubular front.
  • Crankarm length: 172.5mm

Component details

Chris King Ceramic PF30 bottom bracket and InSet1 headset. SRAM eTAP drivetrain. Quarq  DZERO powermeter, TRPR979EQ brakes, Reynold Cycling RZR46 tubular wheels with Schwalbe Pro One 25mm tubular tires. Shown with Selle San Marco Saddle and Dura-Ace pedals.

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