Racks and Bosses
Q45 Complete Components
We chose 1x11 MTB components that balance performance, durability and value. This setup is designed to thrive even with a fully loaded Q45. Choosing gearing is an art and a science. Learn more about the Q45 2019's gearing here.
|Shifter||SRAM NX 11-speed X-ACTUATION Grip Shift|
|Chain Wheel||Driveline DX-38AG 38T*155mm with bash guard|
|Bottom Bracket||Square Taper 68mm*113mm|
|Cassette||SRAM PowerGlide 11-42T 11-Speed Cassette|
|Chain||SRAM PC-1130 11-Speed (114 links - just one standard chain length)|
|Brakes||SRAM Mechanical Disc|
|Wheels and Tires||Jetset 26"*32H Double Wall Alloy rims, Maxxis Overdrive Excel 26x1.75" tires|
Maximum cassette width: The Q45 can accommodate up to 11-42 cassette with its 1x chainring. Learn more about the Q45's gearing here.
Front derailleur: If you choose, the Q45 can accommodate a braze-on style front derailleur.
Hub spacing: The front fork is compatible with standard 130 mm or 135 mm hubs. The rear dropout is compatible with standard 100 mm hubs.
Maximum tire size: The Q45 ships with 1.75" tires but can accommodate up to 2" tires.
Q45 Complete: 15.4 kg ( 34 lbs). Final weight may vary depending upon component choice. Note that the stock wheels (with tires, tubes, etc.) weigh nearly 9 lbs, so there are ripe opportunities for weight weenies to lighten up.
|Wheelbase||113 cm||44.5 in|
|Chainstay length - standard||44.8 cm||17.638 in|
|Backrest angle||30-53 degrees|
|Length of Bike (varies by adjustment and chainstay length)||179 cm||70.5 in|
|Seat Height||63.5 cm||25 in|
|BB Height (varies by adjustment and chainstay length)||68.58 cm||27 in|
The Q45 fits riders with an X-seam between 34" and 46" (approximately 5'1" to 6'3"). The cockpit of the Q45 is a little tighter than the T50 or the S40, so if you are taller than 6'3" or weigh more than 200 lbs, it may not work for you. If you are close to the outside of the fit range, please contact us at email@example.com.
Q45 COMPLETE: The Q45 complete ships by FedEx with components pre-installed. Plan for 2-3 hours for assembly if you are a novice. Experienced mechanics will be able to complete the assembly in about 30 minutes. Step-by-step assembly guide is here.