Honey Allroads Titanium Bike Series Frame Pricing and Kit Details

We offer the Honey Allroads Titanium in a few curated kit configurations.  Bike pricing and kit details are subject to change; ongoing improvements, the value of the dollar, and general component availability all mean that Honey makes changes to the kits fairly often – always for the better!

Frameset Price:  $2,995 for frame and fork

  • Frame

    • Tubeset: "Wildflower" titanium tubeset: Size-specific and model specific, with 30 years of framebuilding experience in every tube kit.

    • Features and options details on the bike geometry page.

    • 12-sizes in 1 cm increments

    • Decal options: Blasted or reflective gray

  • Fork: Honey Carbon details on the bike geometry page.


Shimano Kit Bike Pricing

Shimano 105 R7000

  • With Cable Actuated Brakes: $5,195

  • With Hydraulic Brakes:  $5,545

  • Parts Kit: Shimano 105 R7000 11-speed group parts unless otherwise specified

  • Brakes: 160 mm front rotor, 140 mm rear rotor, flat-mount, low-mount

    • Cable actuated: Shimano RS305 mechanical, upgraded with compressionless housing

    • Hydraulic: Shimano R7070 hydraulic calipers with Shimano R7020 brifters (+$250)

  • Support Kit Details: See Below.

Shimano R8000 & R8020

  • With Cable Actuated Brakes: $5,495

  • With Hydraulic Brakes:  $5,845

  • Parts Kit: Shimano Ultegra R8000 11-speed group parts unless otherwise specified

  • Brakes: 160 mm front rotor, 140 mm rear rotor, flat-mount, low-mount

    • Cable actuated: Shimano RS305 mechanical, upgraded with compressionless housing

    • Hydraulic: Shimano R8020 hydraulic calipers and brifters (+$350)

  • Support Kit Details: See Below.

Shimano Ultegra Electronic Shifting — Di2 R8070 & R8050

  • With Cable Actuated Brakes: $6,495

  • With Hydraulic Brakes:  $6,695

  • Parts Kit: Shimano Ultegra R8070 11-speed group parts unless otherwise specified

  • Brakes: 160 mm front rotor, 140 mm rear rotor, flat-mount, low-mount

    • Cable actuated: Shimano RS305 mechanical, upgraded with compressionless housing

    • Hydraulic: Shimano R8020 hydraulic calipers and brifters (+$200)

  • Support Kit Details: See Below.


SRAM Kit Bike Pricing

SRAM Force1

  • With Cable Actuated Brakes: $5,595

  • With Hydraulic Brakes:  $5,695

  • Parts Kit: SRAM Force1 group parts unless otherwise specified

  • Brakes: 160 mm front rotor, 140 mm rear rotor, flat-mount, low-mount

    • Cable actuated: Shimano RS305 mechanical, upgraded with compressionless housing

    • Hydraulic: SRAM Force 22 Hydraulic System (+$100)

  • Gearing:

    • Chainring: 42t single ring

    • Cassette: 11-42t

  • Support Kit Details: See Below.

SRAM Rival 22

  • With Cable Actuated Brakes: $5,245

  • With Hydraulic Brakes:  $5,345

  • Parts Kit: SRAM Rival 22 group parts unless otherwise specified

  • Brakes: 160 mm front rotor, 140 mm rear rotor, flat-mount, low-mount

    • Cable actuated: Shimano RS305 mechanical, upgraded with compressionless housing

    • Hydraulic: SRAM Rival 22 Hydraulic System (+$100)

  • Support Kit Details: See Below.

SRAM Force 22

  • With Cable Actuated Brakes: $5,545

  • With Hydraulic Brakes:  $5,645

  • Parts Kit: SRAM Force 22 group parts unless otherwise specified

  • Brakes: 160 mm front rotor, 140 mm rear rotor, flat-mount, low-mount

    • Cable actuated: Shimano RS305 mechanical, upgraded with compressionless housing

    • Hydraulic: SRAM Force 22 Hydraulic System (+$100)

  • Support Kit Details: See Below.

SRAM Force eTap AXS

  • With Cable Actuated Brakes: $7,195

  • With Hydraulic Brakes:  $7,695

  • Parts Kit: SRAM Force eTap AXS group parts unless otherwise specified

  • Brakes: 160 mm front rotor, 140 mm rear rotor, flat-mount, low-mount

    • Cable actuated: Shimano RS305 mechanical, upgraded with compressionless housing

    • Hydraulic: SRAM Force eTap AXS Hydraulic System (+$500)

  • Support Kit Details: See Below.


Support Kit Details

Here are the rest of the parts details for this bike model.

  • Gearing:

    • Chainrings: 50-34t

    • Cassette: 11-34t Shimano HG800. We use this on both SRAM and Shimano bikes because it enables us to get a 1:1 gear ratio. The Shimano cassette is perfectly compatible with the SRAM shifters and derailleur.

  • Wheels: Mavic Allroad Elite disc, centerlock rotors, UST tubeless compatible

  • Tires: Mavic Allroad XL 40mm, 120 tpi, folding; 48mm presta tube -- not tubeless but the wheels and tires are tubeless ready.

  • Saddle:

    • Men's: Prologo Kappa Evo T2.0

    • Women's: Prologo Kappa Evo Dea

  • Handlebar: Honey superlight 3D forged aluminum; handlebar tape: Fizik Tempo Microtex Classic, black

  • Stem: Honey superlight 3D forged aluminum

  • Seatpost: Fizik R5 aluminum

  • Headset: Cane Creek 40

  • Exclusions: Pedals, water bottle cages, fenders

  • All parts are bike size-specific and gender specific: Crank arm length, stem length, handlebar width, saddle type, brake lever setup.


Popular Upgrades

Here are the most common upgrades that riders request.  If there something else you’d prefer, contact us and we’ll see what we can do!

Couplers for Travel: BTC S&S Couplers +$1,295

  • Benefit: This enables the frame to separate into two pieces for easy travel. Fits into a case that has no TSA upcharge. Price includes the S&S wrench.

  • Considerations:

    • Adds about 8 ounces to the bike’s weight.

    • Travel case and recommended travel accessories are $545 additional.

Headset and bottom bracket: Chris King +$185

  • Benefit: Chris King offer the toughest, longest lasting bearing systems available. Once installed you won't have to think about them for many adventures.

  • Considerations other than the price increase: None.

Saddle: Selle Italia Max Flite +$120

  • Benefit: Plusher and more support for a happier behind; Very well made and durable.

  • Considerations other than the price increase: None.

All components and accessories subject to change without notice.