Dylan’s Stinner is a human-powered overlander, built to ride through the end of the world.
Dylan’s ENDURADYL project focuses on adventure, nutrition, mental health, and personal growth through cycling. In a short space of time, that focus has brought him through recovery from a shattered collar bone, into solo training rides, connected him with a new riding community, and now to the launch of his first project bike: the ENDURADYL 01. It’s a ride that enables persistence to be pointed in any direction.
Cockpit, fork, and seatpost are custom painted. The right leg lettering is “MCMLXXVII”, his birth year, and the left leg bears “MMXI”, his sober year. These two together keep him pointed in the right direction.
Joseph and Dylan have been working together since 2018. Knowing Dylan’s goals, Joseph knew that Stinner would be the perfect builder for this project.
Cockpit is fully integrated, using the Chris King + Enve Aeroset bearing architecture. This is our favorite internal routing system because it achieves stability and security of routing, while enabling bearing service without cutting the hoses (and bearing service is rare because they’re Chris King bearings).
Stinner’s UDH dropout holds a SRAM Force XO Transmission derailleur.
Rolf Prima Aeres 4AR wheels are wrapped in Rene Herse 700 x 48c Oracle Ridge knobby tires.
The frame has fender mounts.
Stinner’s gravel fork has Fender Mounts, Manything Cage Mounts on each leg, Internal Dynamo Routing, and a Light Mount.