Highlights include 3AI/2.5V titanium tubing, double-butted downtube and toptube, and tapered stays.

Highlights include 3AI/2.5V titanium tubing, double-butted downtube and toptube, and tapered stays (click to enlarge).​

Foundry Cycles recently launched the new Flyover titanium cyclocross bike and introduced an updated version of its popular Overland model.

The Flyover is a Ti cyclocross bike that features modular internal cable routing and abundant mud clearance. It also has a 65mm bottom bracket drop that helps balance pedaling clearance and handling.

The Flyover also features a lightened 44mm headtube and rear flat mount brake. Both of these features aid in keeping the overall weight of the bike down. The Flyover is available both as a frameset, which utilizes Foundry's custom double and triple butted 3Al/2.5V titanium tubing and includes a Whisky No.9 fork, DT RWS front and rear axles, Cane Creek headset, and a seat collar, and as a complete bike.

Cable routing is internal.

Cable routing is internal (click to enlarge).​

The complete version features a SRAM Force 1 drivetrain with HRD hydraulic brakes, DT Swiss R23 wheels, Zipp Service Course SL cockpit, and Clement MXP 33c tires. The frameset and complete bike will retail for $2,595 and $4,695 respectively and will be available in June.

"The Flyover takes inspiration from our years of racing cyclocross - and our desire to get just a little bit more out of our bike. It builds on everything we love about the Overland and Valmont models, adding several key features to make it the cross race bike we've always wanted to ride," explained Foundry brand manager Todd Schmidt.

Highlights of the Overland include double butted 3Al/2.5V titanium frame, thru-axles, removable fender mounts, 41c tire clearance, and mixed surface geometry.

Highlights of the Overland include double butted 3Al/2.5V titanium frame, thru-axles, removable fender mounts, 41c tire clearance, and mixed surface geometry (click to enlarge).​

Meanwhile, the updated Overland maintains the qualities that helped make it a popular model in the past, including double butted 3Al/2.5V titanium frame, thru-axles, removable fender mounts, 41c tire clearance, and mixed surface geometry.

The Overland complete build now features a SRAM Rival 22 drivetrain with HRD hydraulic brakes, DT Swiss R24 wheels, Zipp Service Course cockpit, and Clement MOST 40c tires and carries a price tag of $4,295. The Overland is also available as a frameset, which includes a Whisky No.9 fork, DT RWS front and rear axles, Cane Creek headset, and a seat collar for $2,495.

Foundry also added a third water bottle cage mount to the underside of the Overland's downtube.

Foundry also added a third water bottle cage mount to the underside of the Overland's downtube (click to enlarge).​

In addition to a spec change and lower price, the Overland comes in a new Olive Green frame color; with a painted to match Whisky No.9 fork. Foundry also added a third water bottle cage mount to the underside of the Overland's downtube. Framesets and complete bikes will be available in May.

To learn more visitfoundrycycles.com.