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Dean's Seven 622 XX

Build Kit


Custom Seven 622 XX Frame with ENVE Fork


ENVE SES 3.4 Wheels


Shimano Dura-Ace


Pirelli P-Zero

This week we're featuring another special project from Seven Cycles, a unique U.S. based manufacturer that we're always extremely excited to work with. This one is a custom 622 XX, built for Dean to his exacting specification.

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Seven is a custom bike manufacturer that should need no introduction. Their work has been renowned for many years in the world of custom bikes and their quality stands out. Seven is the largest custom bike fabricator in the world, and when you look at their product line, it is easy to see why they are so popular. If you're in the market for a custom titanium or titanium/carbon frame, look no further.

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Dean's custom carbon and titanium bike is equipped with a full compliment of Shimano Dura-Ace components, one of the industries leading groupsets for serious riders. The quickness and precision of the derailleurs when shifting is truly an experience. Rolling on a set of ENVE SES 3.4 wheels, this bike is sure to excel in the climbs, the flats and the descents. The full Zipp cockpit and seatpost lend a consistent aesthetic to the carbon and titanium frame, which boasts carbon tubes made by Wound Up in the USA.

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The frame boasts oversized carbon seat stays and a very stiff rear triangle for impressive acceleration, while keeping the front end nice and light with just the right amount of compliance. The combination of titanium and carbon kills the road buzz and keeps the rider floating over the pavement in style.

The monochromatic aesthetic with raw carbon is truly something to behold. The carbon weave really pops in the sunlight. The gloss black on the Dura-Ace components match the logos on the ENVE rims and the matte carbon tubes match the stem, seatpost and ENVE fork.

Dean opted for no logos on his dream machine, giving it an extremely sleek, minimal look.

We couldn't be happier for Dean and his new Seven 622 XX, and we hope it brings him many joyful miles in the saddle!