J Guillem Atalaya Titanium gravel bike has a very elegant and simple appearance. Suitable for use on the road or forest. With a choice of 650B or 700C wheels, this gravel bike is the perfect choice for a titanium bike.
If you encounter rough and rocky roads, then this gravel bike can balance the way you ride to stay comfortable.
- 1 Atalaya Gravel Features
- 2 Specifications
- 3 Reviews
- 4 Video J Guillem Atalaya Titanium gravel bike
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This Gravel Bike is considered very suitable for various terrains ranging from highways to extreme roads in the forest. Stable speed can make you drive safely in any position.
If you find a bumpy track, then this gravel bike is the right answer. Enhanced technology is perfect for use on various roads without worrying.
Tires are designed with mud and sharp rock protection. The disc brakes on this Atalaya Gravel function optimally and brake quickly.
After knowing some titanium gravel bike recommendations, it’s time for you to choose your dream gravel bike. Titanium is a bit more expensive than aluminum, but you can get a gravel bike that doesn’t corrode and has excellent strength.
Atalaya Gravel Features
The Atalaya is as beautiful to ride as it is to behold. But it also attracts looks because it is built to do the business. Like its stablemate, you can take it anywhere and do anything with it the big difference being you get more time to admire it, as you need less time to clean it.
– Competitive race geometry
– Seamless aerospace grade 3Al/2.5V Titanium
– Beautifully hand brushed finish
– Tapered 11-8” to 11-2” head tube system
– Low profile disc brake mount
– 1-piece cast chain-stay yoke
– J.Guillem project-cast 3D disc drop outs
– Internal cable routing
– Removable Mudguard and Rack mounts
– Thru Axle Front and Rear
– 3 x Water Bottle Cage Mounts
J.Guillem 3AL/2.5V Titanium Gravel Frame, Atalaya Gravel
J.Guillem 11/8-11/2″ Tapered UD Carbon Gravel Disc Fork, with Mudguard Eyelets
Shimano 105 R7020 2x11spd (50-34T/11-30T) Disc Brake Group Set
DT Swiss X1900 27,5 Inch Wheel Set
Panaracer Gravel King SK Knobby 650b Bk/Bn, 48mm
J.Guillem Alloy Sand blasted Anodized Butted Handlebar
J.Guillem Integrated Headset, for 11/8 – 11/2″
J.Guillem Alloy Sand blasted Anodized Stem, 83gr
J.Guillem Alloy Seat Post, 320mm x 15mm Setback
J.Guillem Alloy Seat Collar, 34.9mm Black
J.Guillem Saddle, Titanium Rails
David Arthur-Road CC
With exquisite attention to detail, understated looks and a cracking good ride on road, forest paths and gravel tracks, with space for wide tyres on 700C or 650B wheels, the new J.Guillem Atalaya Gravel is an enticing choice in the premium titanium gravel bike market.1
- Pros: Attention to detail, smooth ride, handles well in the rough or smooth
- Cons: Bit pricier than some rivals, saddle
Marc Basiliere - Lindaret
Holy cow, this J.Guillem Atalaya Titanium Gravel Bike is sweet. Seriously. As a tried-and-true mountain biker, I just think it’s wild that I’ve been having as much or maybe even more fun this summer on a drop bar setup. There’s just something about near limitless ride possibilities afforded by a quality titanium bike with drop bars and a 38c (or more) tire.
In a city like Denver, there are all sorts of diversion ditches and open spaces with quality dirt that can easily be linked by sections of road and bike path. Then, of course, there’s plenty of mountain riding within an hour of the city. This bike has pushed me to see and explore the Front Range in ways I’d never considered, and it’s expanded my riding well beyond the standard MTB tracks we have in the area.
The J.Guillem Atalaya is a beautifully built frame, and the Lindarets build packs in a TON of value. If you’re looking to get out and ride more. This is a bike you should be considering.2
It’s not often that you can get everything, but this seems to be the case with J.Guillem’s Atalaya Gravel.
The bike looks great and is a workhorse that can handle any terrain. At the Urban Cross in Bilzen we were able to enjoy the craftsmanship of Jan-Willem Sintnicolaas from the first to the last round.
The bikes are less known to the general public, but will undoubtedly become so soon. The Atalaya Gravel by J.Guillem is craftsmanship pur sang.
Cost for this gravel bike from J.Guillem is €3,999 with Ultegra finish, and €1,999 for the frameset only.3
Bart De Schampheleire
Equipped with all the eyelets and lugs for mudguards and luggage carriers, the Atalaya’s riding characteristics are more tempting to build as a gravel travel bike than a gravel performance bike.
With the bike packed with luggage, nice and stable and comfortable to cycle kilometers without having to worry about the road and the path in front of you: that is, in my opinion, the best modus operandi to get started with the J. Guillem.
And given the timeless character of titanium, you are guaranteed to enjoy it for years to come. If performance on gravel is the most important, then you will squeeze more performance from a carbon box.4