Who are Revel Titanium?
Until recently, Revel Titanium were known as Why Cycles. While the name has changed, the group of people are the same. Inded, Revel Bikes and Why Cycles are the same team, so they've not combined under one brand name.
Revel Titanium are a group of guys that decided that they wanted to create a bike brand that stands for more than just grams, fancy parts and winning races.
Revel uses the highest quality Grade 9 3/2.5 titanium for the frames’ tubing and 6/4 titanium for the head tube and bottom bracket shell. The wonder material is 43% lighter than steel, higher strength-weight ratio than aluminium and the best vibration damping properties of all. We think you’ll agree that we achieved our goal of creating titanium frames with a modern twist by engineering guided internal cable routing, stealth dropper post routing, integrated headsets, and threaded bottom brackets.
Built to go fast and to still be loaded up for those multi-stage, self-supported epics. El Jefe is named after and designed by the Arizona 300 singlespeed champ, Jefe Branham. If the term 'UP-country' became a thing (sorry), this would be the hardtail. It's a rocket ship that inspires fun.
Capable of taking up to a 29" x 3.0" tyre, a rigid or 120mm suspension fork and even a long dropper post, the Wayward isn't your usual bike-packing adventure bike. With enough accessory mounts to load up enough luggage for a round-the-world expedition, the Wayward is the one bike you need to handle any adventure.
The R+ extends the limits of what other drop bar bikes can do. The Why engineers optimised this bike for use with 700x40c tires, but gifted it with clearance for 700×46 or 27.5×2.1” wheels. The R+ is extremely versatile: it’s at home on gravel roads and long pavement rides where comfort is paramount. However, don’t let that deter you, speed demons. This bike can hold its own on the cyclocross race track and rides like a jaguar for those of you that want to slap some slick road tires on for super-fast fun.
Build around 27.5" x 4.5" tyres or 26" x 5" tyres, the Big Iron is a tool to get the job done. Whether it be a short local loop or a 1000 mile expedition. Why Cycles founder, Adam Miller grew up riding fat bikes in Alaska, so the Big Iron was always going to be a must in the Why lineup.