Lynskey Performance Designs Rouleur Road Bike

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $3600.00

Product Description

The Rouleur is crafted from aerospace grade 3AL/2.5V titanium with just the right amount of Lynskey special sauce built-in so it'll be your dedicated pedaling partner for years to come.

  • Certified Aerospace Grade 3Al/2.5V straight gauge titanium tubing
  • Durable Industrial Mill finish
  • Easily accommodates up to 700x28c tires
  • Wright-style dropouts for 9mm QR axles
  • Bosses for two water bottle cages
  • Accepts 1-1/8"" fork steerer tubes
  • 68mm bottom bracket, English threading

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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by PAOLO a Triathlete

Date Reviewed: January 26, 2015

Strengths:    Comfort (silk road feeling), great handling, nice sportive geometry, superb finish and attention to details, good looking

Weaknesses:    Not the lightest but ... how cares!

Bottom Line:   
Coming from carbon aggressive frames, I didn't lose 1 watt due to the flexibility of titanium. Really impressive the comfort of the ride on our rough roads and suprising also the handling: the feeling is to ride on rails. Used this frame for 70.3 hilly triathlon and now problem at all. Not the lightest frame on the market but even on steepest climb I didn't feel slower than my previous Cervelo R3SL.

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Purchased At:   only frame at

Similar Products Used:   None

Bike Setup:   Sram Red groupset, Columbus Carve fork, Corima Ellipse seatpost, Zipp 101 wheelset

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Robert Merkel a Road Racer

Date Reviewed: July 1, 2013

Strengths:    Handling, ride, build quality, appearance

Weaknesses:    If you're a weight weenie or an aero fetishist, look elsewhere.

Bottom Line:   
Just a quick note - I built this bike up from a frame and fork - the full carbon upgrade rather than the standard fork.

The frame and fork arrived promptly and in perfect condition, and built up without drama.

I have given the bike a fairly thorough workout in a variety of conditions, including high-speed descents and racing on poor-quality coarse chip roads.

As far as I am concerned, the geometry is an ideal balance between stability and quick steering, and the ride is positively cushy by road bike standards - and it's not just the wheels, because I have ridden my other bikes with the same wheels. While it was purchased specifically as a training bike, it is also a fine race machine. It's not the bike's fault I couldn't do better than 5th in the local club race.

Just as importantly, it looks great, and I'm hoping it will continue to do so for years to come.

Most important of all, however, it puts a smile on my face every time I ride it. Any ride puts a smile on my face, but the grin is just that little bit wider on my new bike.

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Favorite Ride:   This bike!

Price Paid:    $1500.00

Purchased At:   direct online

Similar Products Used:   Giant TCR Advanced 2, Giant OCR C2, Specialized Secteur Triple

Bike Setup:   Dura Ace 7800 brifters and FD, Ultegra 6700 RD, Specialized S-Works Pave seatpost, Selle SMP evolution saddle, Handbuilt wheels (Kinlin rims, Novatec hubs), Shimano BR-650 brakes.

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Lynskey Rouleur Weight

Never saw the weight posted anywhere, so I weighed my size M Lynskey Rouleur. Including the seat clamp, derailleur hanger, and water bottle bolts (basically as shipped if you buy the frame) it weighs 1384 grams (3.05 lbs). Not bad for a Ti frame!Read More »

Boyd rouleur vs ROL volant

I've been doing a lot of research for a while now and have come down to these two wheels as upgrade potentials for my new Roubaix. My riding style is as follows: horrible climber (any weight advantage I can get Ill take), bigger rider (175), loves to sprint and haul on the downhills, no racing just ... Read More »

Boyd 30 mm rouleur ??

Anyone have experience with these wheels ? For the price they seem to be a no brainer just wondering about the quality.Read More »

Paris Rouleur... da video

I flew to Paris this summer with a number of objectives: #1, a means to enter Europe and get to my final destination in England without going through that dump known as Heathrow airport; #2, consume 'Teh Kulchers' and take pictures of it; #3, watch the end of Le Tour and cheer Cav and Cadel to a fin ... Read More »

Truvativ Rouleur Crankset Problems

Hi All, I've got about 100 miles on my new Truvativ Rouleur double crankset, and I am experiencing a problem. No matter how tight I crank down the bolt on the left-side crankarm, I still get a small amount of rotational "play" (movement) between the crankarm and the spindle. This isn't free mov ... Read More »

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