I’m very excited to announce that Myth has officially partnered up with Bedrock Bags! I’ve actually known Andrew and Joey for years, and watched their company grow from a tiny startup to an industry-leading manufacturer of sewn bikepacking bags. The best part is that they’re another Durango company, based just across town from us. It just made a lot of sense to offer their excellent products with our bikes.
There’s complete info about our partnership at the new Bedrock Bags page. Please feel free to send me any and all questions, and start thinking about adding a frame bag to your Myth!
I just shipped out this Wyvern, size Medium, with Rocker dropouts and the Iris Burgundy powdercoat. This might be one of my favorite colors right now, it’s so incredible. I suspect it might become a very popular color in the future. The rocker dropouts really rounded this build out, and I hope I get to see it fully built up someday.
This frame is the third Pinion frame I’ve built. It’s a 29+ mountain bike with a 67 head angle, and 62 BB drop. The customer wanted to run belt drive so it’s got a mid seat stay splitter made out of stainless steel. The powdercoat is a Turquoise to Indigo fade, and it’s got triple braze-ons inside the main triangle and below the downtube.
This bike came out so great, I can’t wait to see it completely built up.
Just finished up this Turquoise Wyvern for Dakota, and I continue to see why Turquoise is one of our most popular colors. This one was built up with our Fox 34 build kit, and was the first bike to feature Fox’s new step-cast 34. He also opted for the 11-speed GX drivetrain instead of the 12, and 29er wheels! This bike came out to 27 lbs.
Can’t wait to see this thing shredding around Durango!
Here’s one from a couple weeks back, I meant to post sooner, but it’s been really busy around the shop. This was a frame only, size Medium, with a really beautiful Turquoise/Indigo fade. I was pretty excited to build this one up, because it has the internal dropper routing that’s available on the Wyvern now for an extra 100.00
I’ll let the photos speak for themselves. Thanks to Nadine for the awesome built pictures!