The reissued Sogn or the 2011 rSogn road bike has been released. Rawland Cycles, the company that introduced fat-tired, production road bikes to the cycling industry, decided to introduce another innovative machine after the success of the Rawland Sogn, the first true fat-tired, production road bike.
Tailored after the core design principle of all Sogn models, the frameset of the 2011 rSogn road bike has a true road geometry. Decided with a steep head angle, low-to-mid trail fork, and moderate chain stay length—paired with the ability to fit tires up to 2.5” wide, the rSogn is ideal not only for daily commuters. Long distance cyclists will also love this quick handling bike, which can smoothly climb and tackle rough surfaces.
Every detail of the 2011 rSogn road bike was thoroughly thought out. Its wheel size, tubing type and profile, load carrying optimization to its color, sizing, brake type, braze-on types and locations, and tire clearance make rSogn a perfect fat-tired road bike.