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J.Laverack unveils new AM64 – Additively Manufactured & enhanced frames

  • AM64 represents J.Laverack’s high-performance and innovative titanium frame design, pairing additive manufacturing (3D printing) and double-butted titanium tubes to create a smooth, clean aesthetic, complemented by fully internal cable routing.
  • The head tube, bottom bracket, seat-lug and dropouts are additively manufactured and designed parametrically. The engineering advancement is available on bikes with fully bespoke geometry as well as standard size frames between 44cm and 64cm, and maintains smooth intersections between 3D printed components and tubes.
  • Enhancing J.Laverack’s range of award-winning frame geometries, AM64 technology is now available on all models, ranging from road and gravel bikes to mountain bikes and urban bikes.
  • Benefit from the full experience by visiting J.Laverack Bicycles in Oakham. Book in for a bike fit with co-founder David Clow followed with a frame design and specification session in our Rutland based showroom.
  • The AM64 GRiT on display at the National Cycling Show will be the bike ridden by Oliver Laverack on the grueling 2024 Rapha Pennine Rally, an epic 500km self-supported, five-day, off-road ride from Edinburgh to Manchester along some of the finest gravel tracks byways, drovers’ roads and bridleways in the UK.