Wessex Hiraeth Adventure Bike, Custom Specification Build

Sale price Price £3,520.00 Regular price

Tax included.

Hiraeth, the welsh word pronounced with a rolled 'r', describes the deeply felt connection with some type of homeland such as the woods or the hills. Hiraethog Trail is a MTB route through Wales that is actually much better suited to a Gravel bike and so that spawned the name.

With the Wessex Bikes Hiraeth, its about where it can take you and how it makes you feel when you're there. Fast geometry along with all-road clearances allow you to run up to 40mm gravel tyres, yet throw on a set of carbon wheels and keep with the fastest club rides.

The Hiraeth is a Semi-Bespoke All-Road bike, Handmade by an award winning UK frame builder we have worked with to design a unique specification, bespoke touches, custom parts and exceptional craftsmanship. This combines in a bike that rides beautifully across a multitude of surfaces and disciplines from fast road rides, adventurous bike-packing and gravel riding.

Full Frame Specification:
-Columbus 853 triple butted steel frameset
Tapered headtube
Custom hand shaped top tube
Custom hand shaped seat stays
Internal cable and hydro routing
Custom Bear Components x VeloVelo CNC'd Dropouts

Columbus Futura Carbon Fork
12mm Thru-axel Front and Rear.


Take your pick of whats available on the market today.
Shimano Di2, SRAM WiFli, Campagnolo.

Colour Options:
Custom Paint Options to your specification. 

Our bikes are handmade in small batches, we often stock a few off the peg sizes between 52-58cm. For custom build we can either select from unpainted stock frames or scope geometry from your bike fit data.

Order Process for Custom Builds:
£3000 quoted here is for the Frame Only, custom built to your size (if required) and to your own colour scheme.
-We also offer fully built custom packages with these one-off builds. Some example packages based on our other build packages are quoted or you can order Frame only and email us with your ideas on full specification and we'll organise some time to discuss this with you and price it up. 

What makes the Hireath so special?