Ash wood frame (Walnut frame is available for an additional $350), 11 speed SRAM XO drivetrain, Spot Carbon CX Fork, Rolf-Prima alloy wheels, massive tire clearance for 42mm + tires, TRP hybrid hydraulic disc brakes, Easton alloy cockpit with Salsa Cowbell bars.
Founded in 2011 by Chris Connor, the company is located in Denver, Colorado, United States and as its name suggests, produces wood-frame bicycles. The available types of the bicycles are cruiser, touring, MTB and cyclo-x. The bikes are race-tested: Connor frames have survived the Leadville 100 mountain bike race, the second oldest of the growing number of 100-mile (160 km) marathon mountain bike races held in the United States (the first being the Wilderness 101 in Central PA). The Leadville Trail 100 MTB was first run in 1994 and has become one of the best marketed, attended and known marathon events in mountain bike racing.