Mustache Sunday 28 and 29, a road bike and a gravel bike for the summer

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Mustache announces the arrival in its very extensive catalog of the Dimanche 28, for the road, and the Dimanche 29, which enters the gravel category to tackle asphalt portions as well as paths.

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By mountains…

The Dimanche 28 is based on a 6061 T4 aluminum frame whose stays have been designed to offer slight flexibility and therefore provide a little comfort. The same goes for the homemade carbon fork. Everything is available in a classic version or with an open frame. The first is available in four sizes (S, M, L and XL for cyclists measuring between 1.55 and 2.05 m) and the second in three sizes (XS, S and M). The bike is powered by the new lightweight and compact Bosch Performance Line SX motor. Delivering a torque of 55 nm, it is associated with a 400 Wh Bosch PowerTube battery for an announced maximum range of 116 km on Sunday 28 and 90 km on Sunday 29. It is possible to opt for an additional Bosch PowerMore battery of 500 Wh for €500.

Mustache brings a new stem equipped with a shock absorber. The Dimanche 28 is offered in three equipment levels. Sunday 28.2 is sold at a price of €3,599. It offers a very compact Purion 200 command console, but which displays all the necessary information.

The transmission is from Shimano. It has 10 speeds with an 11-48 tooth cassette. The hydraulic disc brakes are Shimano MT200. The in-house 700 c wheels are made of aluminum and accommodate Hutchinson Overide 700 x 38 tires. The VAE weighs 17.6 kg. It offers a flat front sight for a wider target.

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Sunday 28.4 is priced at €4,599. It is distinguished first of all by the presence of a more complete Kiox 300 console with a larger screen which takes place on a classic racing handlebar. The transmission moves upmarket, going to 12 speeds with an 11-44 tooth cassette. Everything is signed SRAM, as is the braking, and weighs 1 kg less, i.e. 16.6 kg. We note the presence of narrower tires, Schwalbe Pro One in 700 x 34 and a more high-end saddle.

Finally the family is crowned with Sunday 28.6 sold for €5,999. Only offered with a classic frame, this version is aimed at enthusiasts. In particular, there is a SRAM Apex AXS derailleur, an all-electronic model that requires no cable. The wheels are now carbon. Signed Mavic, they certainly partly explain the weight which now stands at 16 kg all round.

…and by valley

Gravel is based on the same basis, but with a few nuances to meet the specificities of this practice halfway between road cycling and mountain biking. Sold for €3,699 and weighing 18.2 kg, the Dimanche 29.2 differs from the Dimanche 28.2 by the presence of wider studded tires, Maxxis Rambler in 700 x 50, and a seat post that is both suspended and telescopic. We also note the presence of a front disc which goes from 160 to 180 mm in diameter.

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The Dimanche 29.4 is based on the Dimanche 28.4 with a 12-speed SRAM transmission. The cassette now extends from 11 to 50 teeth to tackle the steepest slopes and there too, we find wider tires and the famous seat post. Its price is €4,699 and its weight is 18 kg. Finally, the Dimanche 29.6 sold for €5,699 completes this family of gravels. The SRAM wireless drivetrain accommodates an 11-50 tooth cassette. The wheels are also from Mavic, but this time they are classically made of aluminum.

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