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    Cycling Tips reviewed the G.1 GRX 600, saying, “this bike is amazingly good for the amount of money it sells for.” They praise the carbon frame quality, overall handling, and big-name components spec, and even point out that it’s as fast as bikes costing twice as much. For up to $1,800 less than its competitors, the G.1 GRX 600 offers a supreme ride and in many cases a better parts spec with a Zipp cockpit and Mercury wheels.



    VIATHON G.1 GRX 600


    Cycling Tips reviewed the G.1 GRX 600, saying, “this bike is amazingly good for the amount of money it sells for.” They praise the carbon frame quality, overall handling, and big-name components spec, and even point out that it’s as fast as bikes costing twice as much. For up to $1,800 less than its competitors, the G.1 GRX 600 offers a supreme ride and in many cases a better parts spec with a Zipp cockpit and Mercury wheels.



    VIATHON G.1 GRX 600



    "At least on paper, the value for money is unquestionable, but a great bike is always more than a sum of the parts bolted to it. So how does this budget-friendly racer ride? Pretty, pretty, good …"



    "The result is a bike covered in proven, quality, big-name components at a price that’s approximately a third less than its more established competition, and really, not much more expensive than a bare frame."



    "They’re numbers that are ideal for tackling a variety of terrain and doing it all efficiently, and overall, the G.1 behaves like it wants to be the only drop-bar bike in your garage."


    "There’s also an element of simplicity we quite like. The round seatpost is held by a regular old banded seat clamp. And winner winner: there’s a threaded bottom bracket shell."



    "[The G.1] is a frame that pounces forward when you ask it to do so. The head tube feels firmly connected to the bottom bracket, and that to the rear axle. It’s what you want in a more race-focussed gravel bike, and in this sense, it gives up very little compared to the likes of the higher-priced Stigmata or Aspero."




    Check out the entire Viathon G.1 lineup