Gamut USA releases new guides, pedals and chainrings

Lightweight guides for trail riding and more


Gamut USA has something for most riders in its 2015 product line, with guides for cross-country and trail riders, new stubby stems, narrow-wide chainrings and even flat pedals.

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Trail SXC-HDM

The sxc is a lightweight upper guide : the sxc is a lightweight upper guide
Gamut has new chainguide to replace a high-direct-mount front derailleur. The Trail SXC-HDM has a claimed weight of 42g and will retail for US$60. It is available now.

Trail SXR

The sxr has an upper chainguide and a lower bashguard: the sxr has an upper chainguide and a lower bashguard
The Trail SXR is a lightweight guide that combines a bashguard with an upper guide. It can be used with 28-36t chainrings and comes with two bashguards — one for use with 28-32t chainrings and a larger version for 34-36t rings. The Trail SXR has a claimed weight of 80g and will retail for US$90 when it becomes available next month. (UK and Australian pricing has yet to be announced.)

DM TTr rings

Gamut now has direct-mount versions of its narrow/wide chainrings for sram gxp cranksets: gamut now has direct-mount versions of its narrow/wide chainrings for sram gxp cranksets
Production versions will have a black hard anodized finishThese new chainrings are designed to mount on SRAM GXP cranksets. Gamut is making 28, 30 and 32t versions with claimed weights of 63g, 73, and 79g respectively. They will retail for US$75 when they become available next month. 

Cillos stem

Gamut’s cillos stem comes in 40,50 and 60mm lengths: gamut’s cillos stem comes in 40,50 and 60mm lengths
Gamut’s new Cillos stems are available in 40,50 and 60mm lengths with zero rise. These 31.8mm stems are intended to be paired with the company’s Cillos handlebars, which come in a 760mm trail version as well as an 800mm-wide DH model.

Podium pedals

Point-One racing’s podium pedal is now a gamut usa product: point-one racing’s podium pedal is now a gamut usa product

If you think you’ve seen these pedals before you’re probably right. Originally developed by Point One Racing, the thin-yet-durable Podium pedal design was acquired by Gamut last fall.

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Aside from slight cosmetic changes, the design remains much the same. The Podium still spins on a full set of bearings and weighs in at just 295g