Tom has been in Iceland riding the latest bike from Lauf. It’s called the Seigla and is an evolution of their popular True Grit race bike which he’s been riding for years now.
The biggest headline is that the Lauf Seigla has room for massive 700x57c or 2.25 inch tyres. The Icelandic brand has done this by having straight chainstays that come from a shallow, but broad carbon plate, and a wider BB shell, aiding strength and stiffness in the BB area.
It will come in three spec levels, the more affordable weekend warrior wireless, the Race, and top-end Ultimate. The Seigla comes with either a rigid fork or the Grit SL leaf sprung fork, which has been around for a while now.
Tom will be getting his hands on one for a full review soon so let us know if you want to see a full review video.
What do you think of Lauf’s newest gravel munching machine? Have they created a top level gravel race bike? Or have they missed a trick? Let us know in the comments.
Intro – 00:00
Frame Details – 00:34
Specification – 03:12
Geometry – 05:23
First Ride Impressions – 06:00
Climbing Performance – 07:14
On the Flat – 09:08
Descending Performance – 10:12
Outro – 11:14
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