Atlas Frame Silver
The Atlas is purpose-built for Alchemy’s backyard – the foothills of the mountains. Going uphill is exactly one half the fun. Carving descents with confidence is equally important and a foundation element of the Atlas. The rear triangle is the same as the award-winning Helios, giving the rider a stiff yet cushioned ride. The Atlas is as comfortable as it is fast. Upgrade to a thru-axle disc brake version and experience the endless possibilities.
// Alchemy’s Award-Winning Colorado-Build Carbon Construction
For the past decade, Alchemy carbon bikes have received accolades and acclaim from both magazine editors and riders alike. And it’s really no surprise. We’ve spent years perfecting a proprietary layup that provides a ride quality that is unrivaled in today’s carbon frames. Take a closer look at the tube junctions of an Atlas, and you will see just one example of our carbon mastery. Small bands of carbon intersect to create a precise pattern, it’s art with function, and the reason why Alchemy carbon frames continue to be the most sought-after bikes in the world.
// Shaped Top and Down Tube, Flares at BB and HT for Added Rigidity
Take a close look at an Atlas frame…do you see the unique profile of the top and down tube? Do you see the way the down tube flares, seamlessly flowing into the bottom bracket? These details of course help create the visually stunning look of an Alchemy bike, but there is also science behind the art. The proprietary shapes create a bike that is both stiff but comfortable, compliant yet responsive, fast and capable, yet easy to handle in the most demanding conditions. It’s the reason why Alchemy continues to earn accolades for making the best carbon bikes in the business.
// Carbon Dropouts for Flat-Mount Disc Brakes
From cutting to mitering to layup to curing to painting, each Atlas carbon frame is entirely made at our Denver, Colorado location. But it’s NOT just where it’s made that creates an award-winning bike, but how each frame is made. For example, take a closer look at the carbon dropouts on the Atlas frame. You will see where art and engineering collide to create a detail that is both functionally stout and aesthetically appealing.
|Seat Tube Length C-T||470||520||540||560||575|
|Effective Top Tube||522||543||560||575||601|
|Head Tube Length||130||150||170||190||210|
|Head Tube Angle||71.5||73.0||73.2||73.5||73.8|
|Seat Tube Angle||74.0||73.8||73.5||73.2||72.8|
|Chain Stay Length||415||415||415||415||415|
|Bottom Bracket Drop||70||70||70||70||70|