VIDEO: Chumba Terlingua – The USA Made Steel Gravel Bike – Features & Overview

“The Terlingua is a high-performance gravel bike, capable of traversing long distances on a wide range of surfaces. Its geometry is also at home sprinting out of corners at your local cyclocross race. The Terlingua represents the best in modern steel bike design. With a low frame weight and a team tested tubeset selected for stiffness from the chain-stays through the downtube the Terlingua is focused on performance.” –

chumba terlingua steel gravel bike review

In this video, JOM of the Gravel Cyclist crew runs through the features of the Chumba Terlingua and provides an overview of the components fitted to this review sample. Please consider this Part One.

chumba terlingua steel gravel bike review

Part Two, a written review with photos, will be posted to in the near future.

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8 comments on “VIDEO: Chumba Terlingua – The USA Made Steel Gravel Bike – Features & Overview

  1. No mention of the Fabric Scoop saddle?

    Chumba made a wise choice. They are super comfortable.

    I’ve pulled the Fizik saddles off all my bikes and replaced them with Fabric Scoops.


    1. The saddle is at the discretion of the reviewer, no one saddle works for every individual. I ride the Fizik Arione across the board. First thing I do with review bikes I ride, substitute the saddle.

      1. I used to think that too, till I tried the Fabric.

        Pulled four Fizik Arione’s off four bikes. 🙂

        Try the Ultimate Flat. I’m telling you…


        1. The thing about the Arione for me is the 300mm length. However, I’m an open-minded bloke, so I should contact them for a review sample. Appreciate your comments about this.

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