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After collaboration with the Solidream team, we have developed a more accessible series of trekking bikes. The Pamir range was born. Two versions are available: one for trips of a few weeks and another for trips of a few months. Here are sturdy bikes to discover unknown regions with confidence.
A word from Mickaël and Pauline from the Kallawaya project, March 2016: « Poly ’Versatility is the watchword of this bike, cut for long distances on all types of road surfaces. On the road, the track dedicated to 4x4, or even certain pedestrian and equestrian routes, the vegetable fibres ensure comfort and fluidity. Even with 30kg of loading, the flexibility of the frame gives an impression of enjoyable gliding on unpaved descents. In short, more than a bike, an exploration companion. »
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- Sizes -
We offer 4 sizes from S to XL (see rating table) which cover the majority of body types. A help table for choosing the size is available at the bottom of the page.
- Weight -
The bare frame weighs between 2kg and 2.9kg (depending on the size). A complete bike weighs between 15kg and 16kg (depending on the range of equipment).
- A frame much more resistant than many carbon bikes
- Exceptional filtration of vibrations
- Impressive dynamism
- Perfect handling
- A unique bike made in France
- The use of natural and local resources
We chose the Corima Aero wheels, made in Drôme for their precision and their response.
We are currently the only ones in France able to offer complete bikes fitted as standard with Corima wheels. For the transmission, we chose a Miche Primato crankset.
To demonstrate the performance of bamboo bikes, we surrounded ourselves with cyclists ready to take up the challenge and break stereotypes.
Convinced of the qualities of the bicycle, Thibaut Lhenry entered international competition on an In’Bô fixed gear bicycle. It took him less than two years to clinch the world champion title, winning the Red Hook Criterium in 2014.
Back from three years around the world, the Solidream team is imagining a Fat Bike project in the Pamir mountains. Why not bamboo? In 2015, after months of conception, they left, loaded with equipment, off the roads in the plateaus of Tajikistan.
Since then, many others have taken the plunge to remind us that nature is well done!
Each bike is made to order with the utmost care. Each piece is meticulously selected to obtain an exceptional setting. All linen fibre joints require real sculpting work. For us, each bike is a unique object.
Our bikes comply with standard EN 14766 (Mountain bikes). The tests were carried out at CRITT SPORT in Chatelleraut.