Roker Comp
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Roker Comp

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Are you looking for a higher end road bike that can take you far and handle it all? Go no further than the Roker Comp, a true gravel grinder endurance machine. From multi-surface riding and long endurance challenges to cross-county bike packing trips, the Roker Comp is extremely versatile and lightweight.

Chalk full of carbon, this all road bike is super light, responsive and race-worthy. Designed with 40c tires and geometry that inspires confidence in deep and loose gravel or dirt, the Roker Comp is equally equipped for long road miles in total comfort. Made with a Direct Connect Carbon Post-Mount Disc Frame and Carbon Adventure Road fork complete with thru axles, tapered headtube, tapered steer tube, and clearance for almost any tire available, plus fender mounts and three bottle mounts, the light and snappy Roker Comp has it all figured out.

The SRAM Rival 1X drivetrain offers a huge range of gears to choose from and the SRAM HydroR hydraulic disc brakes provide the ultimate stopping power in all weather conditions. Custom Raleigh 200 series handlebars with 12-degree flare offer an unmatched ride with a large variety of hand positions. Durable, tubeless-ready Weinmann double wall rims paired with Clement X'PLOR tires set you up for success over serious miles in all kinds of conditions while keeping you comfortable.

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Great Overall Bike

Review by NapaGravel
Overall Quality

I have about a hundred miles on the bike now. The 1X11 SRAM shifting was new to me. There were many missed shifts on the test ride, until I watched an online video of how they are supposed to work. Now, I really like how it shifts. I assembled the bike myself. If you do this, make sure the derailleur is properly adjusted before riding! Also had to install the front caliper and align both front and back brakes. This was straight forward after some online research. These weren't big issues. If you have professional assembly done, you wouldn't be concerned with it. I thought the Clement X’PLOR MSO 40mm tires would be too big for the road. I was wrong, they work well on both the rode and gravel/dirt roads. I bought Clement Strada USH 32mm tires in advance, but don't know that I will ever use them for the type of riding I do. I have the 56 cm bike. I'm 5'10" and didn't feel stretched out. I actually adjusted the seat to provide added stretch. No complaints about the build quality. It is everything I expected it to be and at a great price point.

(Posted on 6/21/2018)

Great Adventure / Gravel bike

Review by Chunker
Overall Quality

I have a few hundred miles on my Roker Comp now so I wanted to provide my feedback on the bike. Over the years, my riding style has changed so I decided to look for a more gravel-specific bike as I get away from traditional road riding. I had a few things I wanted in a gravel bike including a carbon frame, hydraulic brakes, and as many mounting options for racks and fenders as I could get. At first I though I wanted a compact crankset but after converting my CX bike to a 1x, I became neutral on whether a new gravel bike would come with a compact crank or a 1x. Speaking of CX, I love my Raleigh cyclocross bike (not getting rid of it), but the Roker Comp offered a longer wheelbase and a few other features that my CX bike didn’t.

Overall, I am very happy with my choice. Unfortunately, there have been a few things that I have had to change in order to make the bike comfortable for me. For a 56cm bike, I was surprised how stretched out I needed to be to ride in the hoods. Even my road race bike didn’t have that long of a stretch. There are a few things that lead to that - the offset in the seatpost (20mm), the 100mm stem (which is standard on most 56cm bikes) and the reach of the handlebars. I wasn’t sure at first if I would like the flared handlebars but that question was answered after the first ride...I love them. Unfortunately, when you add up all of the items that stretch you out, it was just too much for me. I tried changing seatposts but was getting knee pain so I went back to the original seat posts and made other adjustments. This lead me to look for different handlebars that had a shorter reach. I was able to find an FSA Gravel handlebar ($40) with the same flare as the bars that come with the Roker Comp. The FSA bars, however, have a shorter reach and a compact drop. Then I found a 90mm Raleigh stem that matched the stem that came with the Roker Comp (eBay ~$20). Even with a few hundred miles on the bike, I am not sure which stem will be permanent, but the reach on the new handlebars has fixed most of my fitment issues. Luckily, I was able to find parts cheap to dial in the fit, but it was a little disappointing that it took so much work to dial everything in.

That aside, the bike looks great. I recently purchased my son a Tokul 2 which has the same paint scheme so he’s excited that we “match”. I also like the internally routed cables. The bike just looks clean. The bike comes with 40mm Clement tires and since I ride a mixture of chip and seal, gravel, and regular country roads, I opted to buy Clement Strada USH 32mm tires. These tires have a rounded profile with a smooth centered tread bead. Rolling resistance is better and faster. I’ll definitely use the 40mm Clements for specific gravel rides but for daily efforts, I like the Strada USH’s on this bike.

For the price of the bike I would have liked to see a couple of changes (aside from the fitment things I mentioned above - which are mostly personal preference). First, I would like to see a carbon seatpost. This would help with dampening on gravel roads. I would also like to see at least a SRAM Rival crank. The SRAM S350 crank is okay but the bike comes with SRAM Rival Hydro shifters, a Rival real derailleur, and Rival brakes, so putting a Rival GXP crank on this doesn’t seem like it is much of a stretch.

I see many many miles ahead of me on this bike

(Posted on 12/9/2017)

Very happy with the bike

Review by Gary
Overall Quality

Very lite and fast bike even with the wider tires. I’ve gotten a lot of complements on the “bright” paint job and 11-speed setup. The handlebars allow for a more upright riding position which helps on longer rides. I’ve had issues however with a lot of squeaking in the wheels. A little teflon grease on the hubs helped to eliminate the squeaks. The double-tap shifting in the break leaver takes some getting used to and sometimes gets stuck switching from down to up shifting. Be aware also that if you install a set of smaller wheels on the bike (700x23c) your feet may hit the pavement on turns (no problems with the tires that came with the bike). Other than these few issues, definitely a great bike that’s fun to ride – 4.5 STARS.

(Posted on 6/30/2017)

Great Bike

Review by TNT
Overall Quality

I got my Roker Comp 2 months ago and have done over 500 miles on the gravel including several races and it has performed perfectly. It was easy to setup and I am very happy with all aspects so far. It also works surprisingly well on the pavement.

(Posted on 5/22/2017)

Light, fast, quality built bike.

Review by Red bike
Overall Quality

From my first crush on the peddles I new this was a great bike. Took it on fast dirt path and jumped right on crushed gravel road in Boise idaho. This bike has no limits. Pulled up on the road and felt the quality of the frame. Smoth and confortable.
Buy one !

(Posted on 4/4/2017)
Frame Direct Connect Carbon Post-Mount Disc Frame, 142x12 Thru Axle, Tapered HT, Di2 or Mechanical Compatible, Fender Mounts, 3rd Bottle Mount
Fork Carbon Adventure Road, Taper Steer w/ Post Mount Disc, 15mm Thru Axle and Fender Mounts
Headset Integrated Cartridge Bearings
Cranks Sram S350 1X w/ X-Sync 42t
Bottom Bracket Sram GXP
Rear Derailleur Sram Rival 1 Long Cage
Shifter Sram Rival HydroR
Cogset Sram PG-1130 11spd (11-42t)
Chain Sram PC-1130
Spokes Double Butted Stainless 14/15g MAC
Rims Weinmann U28TL, Double Wall, 28mm Wide, Tubeless Ready
Tires Clement X'PLOR MSO 60TPI, 700x40c folding
Brake Levers Sram HydroR
Pedals Test Ride Pedals
Handlebar Raleigh 200 series 31.8 with 12 Degree Flare, 38/40/42/44
Stem Raleigh 3D Forged 31.8 Alloy 90/100/110mm
Seat Raleigh Saddle w/Cromo rails
Seatpost Raleigh 200 Series 6061 Alloy Dual Bolt 27.2x350mm, 20mm Offset
Extras Fender Mounts, 3rd Bottle Mount
Tape Raleigh AllCondition Tape
Bike Weight 19.95 lbs
Bike size 52 CM / Rider Height: 5'4"-5'7" 54 CM / Rider Height: 5'7" - 5'9" 56CM / Rider Height: 5'9" - 5'11" 58cm / Rider Height: 5'11" - 6'0" 60cm / Rider Height: 6'0" - 6'3" 62cm / Rider Height: 6'3" - 6'5"
Seat Tube Length 490mm 510mm 530mm 550mm 570mm 590mm
Stand Over Height 770mm 790mm 805mm 825mm 845mm 865mm
Top Tube Length 525mm 545mm 560mm 575mm 590mm 605mm
Stack 553mm 571mm 586mm 607mm 621mm 641mm
Reach 371mm 373mm 381mm 384mm 394mm 403mm
Head Tube Length 120mm 140mm 155mm 180mm 195mm 215mm
Head Angle 71° 71.5° 71.5° 71.5° 71.5° 71.5°
Seat Angle 74.5° 73.5° 73° 72.5° 72.5° 72.5°
Wheel Base 1024mm 1028mm 1040mm 1051mm 1067mm 1082mm
Chain Stay Length 440mm 440mm 440mm 440mm 440mm 440mm
Fork Offset 52mm 52mm 52mm 52mm 52mm 52mm
BB Height 77.5mm 75mm 75mm 72.5mm 72.5mm 72.5mm
Stem Length 90mm 90mm 10mm 100mm 110mm 110mm
Handlebar Width 40mm 42mm 42mm 44mm 44mm 44mm
Crank Length 170mm 172.5mm 172.5mm 175mm 175mm 175mm
Seat Post Length