Interbike 2010 - Andrew Taylor Signature Gravity Parts

Sep 23, 2010
by Mike Levy  
Team rider Andrew Taylor must be a popular guy because Gravity has done up a signature line of components in bright neon that can't be missed. Included in the selection is a Gravity Light stem, bar, and even a seatpost. Inside you can check out his day-glo parts for yourself, as well as listen to the audio to learn more.

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Gravity Light Andrew Taylor Signature Components

Andrew's Gravity Light bar features the same 710 mm width as the standard version, but with a neon flavoring for good measure. The black version comes in three different width and rise combos, but Andrew's green model will only be available in his preferred low 25 mm rise. Just as on the stem and post, you'll find Andrew's actual signature laid down on the product. Every time you pick one of these signature components, A.T. will get a kickback straight from Gravity.
Andrew's Gravity Light bar features the same 710 mm width as the standard version, but with a neon flavoring for good measure. The black version comes in three different width and rise combos, but Andrew's green model will only be available in his preferred low 25 mm rise. Just as on the stem and post, you'll find Andrew's actual signature laid down on the product. Every time you pick one of these signature components, A.T. will get a kickback straight from Gravity.

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If you are going to run a neon bar, why not a neon stem? This is the new Gravity Light stem dressed up with Andrew's colors and will be available in both 45 and 65 mm lengths. The previous Gravity Light stem was CNC'd which took quite a long time, but also used up too much material. The model pictured here is manufactured using a 3D forging technique - massive amounts of pressure are used to bring it to a nearly finished state, with it only needing to be cleaned up a bit and sent off to get colors done.
If you are going to run a neon bar, why not a neon stem? This is the new Gravity Light stem dressed up with Andrew's colors and will be available in both 45 and 65 mm lengths. The previous Gravity Light stem was CNC'd which took quite a long time, but also used up too much material. The model pictured here is manufactured using a 3D forging technique - massive amounts of pressure are used to bring it to a nearly finished state, with it only needing to be cleaned up a bit and sent off to get colors done.

Gravity Light post, Andrew Taylor edition. Besides sporting Andrew's signature color, this post is internally butted to keep the material where it is needed and remove it where it isn't, and features a sturdy one piece mast and head as opposed to two separate pieces bonded together. Holding your seat in place is the burly looking DATA (Dual Angle Tilt Adjust) head that uses a combination of a splined rail clamp and dual clamping bolts that allows for up to 60 degrees on angle adjustment, ideal for bikes that have unusual seat tube angles. The Gravity Light Andrew Taylor post is available in 27.2 and 30.9 mm sizes. The standard black model can be had in both of those sizes, as well as 31.6 mm.
Gravity Light post, Andrew Taylor edition. Besides sporting Andrew's signature color, this post is internally butted to keep the material where it is needed and remove it where it isn't, and features a sturdy one piece mast and head as opposed to two separate pieces bonded together. Holding your seat in place is the burly looking DATA (Dual Angle Tilt Adjust) head that uses a combination of a splined rail clamp and dual clamping bolts that allows for up to 60 degrees on angle adjustment, ideal for bikes that have unusual seat tube angles. The Gravity Light Andrew Taylor post is available in 27.2 and 30.9 mm sizes. The standard black model can be had in both of those sizes, as well as 31.6 mm.

And then there was white. This is the Gravity Light hollow forged crankset that you'll see used on downhill and all-mountain machines. These burly arms spin on Gravity's MegaExo bottom bracket that can be had in both 68/73 mm and 83 mm widths.
And then there was white. This is the Gravity Light hollow forged crankset that you'll see used on downhill and all-mountain machines. These burly arms spin on Gravity's MegaExo bottom bracket that can be had in both 68/73 mm and 83 mm widths.

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43 Comments

  • 14 0
 So why are the cranks not day-glo colored either? That would have been better I guess.
  • 4 0
 at least the bash with black arms
  • 2 0
 Only the bar, stem, and post are done for A.T., the cranks were just rad looking so we thought that we'd post 'em up as well.
  • 1 0
 Oh...thanks. Still would have been cool hahahahahahha.
  • 1 0
 well that just made it worth going to interbike.
  • 4 0
 I thought A.T runs a 3 inch rise black Gravity light bar. It was last year that he ran this stuff.
  • 3 21
flag Colin994 (Sep 23, 2010 at 18:29) (Below Threshold)
 haha an fsa stem is holding the bars
  • 15 0
 fsa owns gravity...
  • 2 23
flag panzer103 (Sep 23, 2010 at 18:36) (Below Threshold)
 Ha ha ha. Good eyes Colin994! That should be on a Fail Blog
  • 7 0
 It's not even a stem. It's a wall bracket from the parent company.
  • 14 0
 Panzer103, your comment should be on failblog!
  • 2 1
 ooo yikes didnt catch that one. that would explain it!
  • 4 1
 Would someone tell gravity to make more single chain ring cranks.
  • 4 0
 now they just have to release some signature rims theyd be sold out before hitting production
  • 1 3
 paint on cranks stems post and bars is retarted its should all be anodized i have a pair of painted white bars and there cracking and peeling after about 2 months now i no better
  • 1 0
 Uh parent company? They are mfg'd by FSA. Theehee.

I have painted white bars and they are crack and chip free after more than 2 years of beatings. Dont miss treat your bike..
  • 1 1
 please please please!! can we have a polished crank option!!! what ever color you paint/anodise em its gonna rub off an look tacky/cheap
  • 2 0
 Polish em yourself and stop being lazy. You will be uber unique if you do. Ya can have a set polished in prolly a day of work.
  • 1 0
 i dont miss treat my bike
  • 1 1
 then you have cheap bars
  • 2 1
 yea but im lazy Smile
  • 1 1
 then dont complain
  • 2 0
 chill bra
  • 2 0
 so funn fatboys are cheap
  • 1 1
 bad paint batch then. i have those bars too and they are perfectly fine
  • 4 0
 nice colours for my giant stp
  • 3 0
 Cool colors
  • 2 0
 nice stem and bars
Drool
  • 1 1
 why is it that when my frame cracks there have been more and more yellow parts?
  • 1 1
 There's a correlation here :o

Fluro = dangerous?
  • 1 0
 these are totally going on piltz's dh bike...
  • 1 0
 my next set of cranks right there, just gotta break my current ones first
  • 1 0
 lol, thats the thing... you DONT want to break cranks. You will end up with a fucked leg if you do. Whole point in replacing stuff BEFORE it breaks.
  • 1 0
 good point, well my last set of cranks twisted so no injuries came from that but hopefully no breaks happen. good incentive to get them now though lol
  • 1 0
 Would be awesome on a Sam Hill Demo
  • 1 0
 Green eh? I must be getting old.
  • 1 0
 it's a throwback green. 80's and 90's kind of green. the green that people wore on windbreakers with tight pants. all the kids were doin it. lol. looks pretty sick though. love the semi glossy finish.
  • 1 0
 When I was a little kid every department store bike was that color.
  • 1 0
 thats right, pretty soon they will be selling that florescent zinc sunblock skiers used to put on there faces in the 80s, you could buy it to match your bars!
  • 1 0
 The stem is nice, not sure about the cranks they look average...
  • 1 0
 Sweeet! The yellow would totally match my old magura gustav m Smile
  • 1 0
 Pricing ?
  • 1 2
 Neon yellow??? No way, Jose.

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