Sandy is my newest creation. The frame, a 1998 Klein Pulse, has aluminum tubes made with an exclusive Gary Klein technology called Gradient, which makes it very resistant, but at the same time very light, 1,492 grams. My idea was to make a modern gravel with 27.5 "wheels. So, after having restored the frame's luster, showing its precious material, I applied the original decals and passed the transparent. Then I mounted a fork in aluminum with mechanical disc brake, a headset on sealed bearings, carbon stem, handlebar and seatpost. The rear brakes are beautiful CNC aluminum V-brakes on bearings, the levers are wonderful Cane Creek. The 1x11 drivetrain is operated by a forged aluminum crankset with movement on sealed bearings. The rear derailleur is the SRAM Apex 1, and is operated by a synchronized drop bar MicroShift lever. The seat clamp is a beautiful Salsa Lip-Lock. The wheels are PASAK, sturdy, light and very smooth. The tires are an icon: the Panaracer Gravel King 27.5x1.90. An ergonomic saddle and the handlebar tape in brown complete the bike, giving it a classic but at the same time very aggressive. The weight is around 23 lb.