echo

Rival AXS Complete Bike

Regular price $6,735

At the heart of the ECHO’s genetic code is pure unadulterated speed - the ability to transform from a road race thoroughbred to a versatile, agile gravel bike with a simple switch of flip chips at the front and rear dropouts. These eccentric chips, and corresponding dropout design allow the rider to easily change the bike geometry, effectively changing the chainstay length and fork length by 1 cm. The difference transforms the bike from a road machine with 415mm chainstay length, 368mm fork length, 73-degree headtube angle, and tire clearance for up to a 30mm, to a gravel bike with 425mm chainstay length, 378mm fork length, 72.5mm head tube angle, and 40mm tire clearance - all within a 10-minute switch of dropout chips. Pure road performance one day, gravel race-ready the next. One bike. No compromise.

The ECHO Stem is a fully integrated system designed in tandem with our fork to completely conceal the cables while still using a standard headset, allowing the rider to easily swap stem lengths, and it works with a growing list of handlebars designed with integrated cables in mind. The system is the simplest and most user-friendly on the market. The cables run through a channel on the top of the stem and are concealed by a faceplate, top cap, and the steerer tube. Headset adjustment is moved from the traditional position at the top of the stem to a threaded portion on the bottom of the stem that effectively increases the steerer clamp length to provide headset preload, much like a threaded headset. The Echo stem comes in 6 sizes from 80-130mm in 10mm increments and is a -6 degree. Like everything we do, the stem is MADE HERE in our Bentonville factory. A 100mm stem weighs 184g.

The ECHO isn’t an everyday racing beast. It’s actually two everyday racing beasts, each with a distinct personality. The SRAM Rival AXS brings precision, gear range, and simplicity of AXS to a much more affordable price point than what was possible before with Force. Our standard configuration comes paired with Industry Nine’s sturdy and wide 1/1 GRCX wheels and the all-new WTB Vulpine ultra fast-rolling tubeless gravel tire in 700x40, but you can select the exact wheel and tire combo to build your beast as you please.

Key Features


GEOMETRY
Flip Chips change geometry between road and gravel.
INTEGRATION
ECHO Stem hides the brake cables, provides incredible stiffness and is painted to match.
COMPATIBILITY
The ECHO is compatible with all current electric road and gravel 1x and 2x drivetrain options from Shimano and SRAM.
BOTTLE MOUNTS
2x downtube, and 1x seat tube
TIRE CLEARANCE
700x30mm in road mode, and 700x40mm in gravel mode.

Build Kit

BOTTOM BRACKET
SRAM Dub Threaded 68mm
BRAKES
SRAM Rival AXS Hydraulic w/G3 CL 160mm Rotors
CASSETTE
SRAM Rival XG-1250-D1 10-36
CHAIN
SRAM Rival D1
CRANKSET
SRAM Rival AXS 46/33
FRONT DERAILLEUR
SRAM Rival AXS
HANDLEBAR
FSA Energy Compact
HANDLEBAR TAPE
Arundel Gecko
REAR DERAILLEUR
SRAM Rival AXS
SADDLE
Ergon SR10 Tinox
SEATPOST
FSA Energy SB20
SHIFT LEVERS
SRAM Rival AXS
STEM
ALLIED ECHO
TIRES
WTB Vulpine SG2 700x40
WHEELSET
Industry Nine 1/1 GRCX

Sizing Guide

XXS XS S M L XL
Crankset 170mm 170mm 172.5mm 172.5mm 175mm 175mm
Handlebar 40cm 40cm 40cm 42cm 42cm 44cm
Stem 90mm 90mm 100mm 110mm 110mm 120mm
Seatpost 0mm 0mm 0mm 25mm 25mm 25mm

Frame Geometry

  XXS XS S M L XL
G. Stack 515 530 550 570 595 620
H. Reach 372 381 387 394 402 409
E. ST Length 460 510 530 550 570 600
A. HT Angle 72 72 73 73 73 73
B. ST Angle 74.5 74.5 73.5 73.5 73.5 73.5
I. BB Drop 77.5 77.5 77.5 77.5 77.5 77.5
F. CS Length 415 415 415 415 415 415
Fork Length 368 368 368 368 368 368
D. Effective Top Tube 515 528 550 564 579 594
C. HT Length 107 123 140 161 188 214
J. Wheelbase 971 985 988 1001 1017 1032
K. Standover 722 736 769 804 825 846
L. Fork Rake 47 47 47 47 47 47
Front Center 562 576 580 593 609 624
XXS XS S M L XL
G. Stack 520 535 555 575 600 625
H. Reach 367 376 382 389 397 404
E. ST Length 460 510 530 550 570 600
A. HT Angle 71.5 71.5 72.5 72.5 72.5 72.5
B. ST Angle 74 74 73 73 73 73
I. BB Drop 75 75 75 75 75 75
F. CS Length 425 425 425 425 425 425
Fork Length 378 378 378 378 378 378
D. Effective Top Tube 515 528 550 563 579 593
C. HT Length 107 123 140 161 188 214
J. Wheelbase 985 999 1002 1015 1031 1046
K. Standover 722 736 769 804 825 846
L. Fork Rake 48 48 48 48 48 48
Front Center 566 580 584 597 613 628
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ECHO Stem

The ECHO Stem is a fully integrated system designed in tandem with the fork to completely conceal the cables while still using a standard headset, and allowing the rider to easily swap stem lengths. 100% built in house, and painted to match each frame.

2x, 1x, your choice

The ECHO is compatible with all current electric road and gravel drivetrain options from Shimano and SRAM.

1 Bike, 2 Rides

The ECHO’s eccentric chips and corresponding dropout design allow the rider to change the geometry, effectively changing the chainstay length and fork length by 1cm to optimize the geometry for road riding with up to 30mm tires and gravel riding when using up to 40mm tires.

Customer Reviews

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Pretty Good

The bike looks and handles quite well. It's a better road bike than my old road bike in the gravel mode while simultaneously being more capable. That's nice.
I have pretty narrow hips and the junction at the seat post and top tube is wide enough for my legs to constantly rub against it.
The matte black paint scratches incredibly easily. If you drop a chain be very careful pedaling it back on or you may take a huge chunk of the paint right off the frame. Would recommend adhesive frame protection as well.

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Robert Nebb
Love it!

I only got back into serious cycling a couple of years ago, after about a 20 year layoff. My initial bicycle was from a large international brand and was, and is, perfectly serviceable. Like my Subaru SUV. I did a lot of research before investing in my Allied Echo, looking at similarly equipped offerings from the big brands. I even recently had the opportunity to ride a full carbon frame with electronic shifting for a week in California and that was an outstanding experience. All of that said, when my Echo arrived and I put it together - which took all of ten minutes (and would have taken less but some friends wanted to come over and watch her "birth") - and took it for a first spin, I was instantly amazed at how quick she is. During our first ride of any length (40 miles) I could not keep the smile off my face. The first big downhill had me clocked on my Garmin at 39 mph and the machine was totally planted. I felt no wobble whatsoever. If my old bike rides like a Subaru (not a bad thing), this one handles like a Porsche.

And the purchase experience was easy and wholly pleasant. Thanks Cole!