Haley Cycles is a relatively new company founded in 2017 started by Ming Tan, a bike industry veteran who also works with VNYL Bikes, Bont and Mint socks. The company contracts through Dean Bikes in Boulder and makes a titanium road, gravel and hardtail mountain bike.
The company first displayed its race-purposed road bike at NAHBS 2019 and also at CABDA West.
Haley Cycles used Sea Otter to show off the rest of its expanding lineup, with a gravel and hardtail mountain bike joining the road frame. We were, of course, interested in the gravel bike.
The titanium frame has a T47 bottom bracket and cables route internally. The fork is carbon, and the frame has all the modern features you would expect from a high-end bike.
Tan told us he designed the bike hoping it will provide a road-like experience with better tire clearance. To that end, he claims room for up to 700c x 43mm tires.
The gravel frameset with carbon fork and custom paint scheme costs $3,999. Haley will also do custom geometry at no extra charge.
Right now, Haley only shows off the road frameset on its website. The new additions to the Haley lineup should be coming soon.
For a closer look at the new titanium gravel bike, see the photo gallery below.
More info: haleycycles.com
All of our coverage of new bikes and products is available in our 2019 Sea Otter Classic archive.