Kudu Canti
Kudu Canti

WHY WE MADE THIS

The KÜDÜ is a top-tier racer for professional cyclo-cross stars and mud lovers alike - silly light, stupid stiff, excitingly agile. With the KÜDÜ's aggressive geometry, oversized tubing, and beefy fork, this beast rips through mud, gravel and any kind of conditions with incredible acceleration, handling and agility. The traditional, tall triangle design makes suitcasing your bike simple and shouldering a breeze. Our UCI Approved ‘crosser truly can't stop and won't stop.

BUILD YOUR BIKE

X-SmallSmallMediumLargeX-Large
Kind BlueCycle-Smart Edition

Price as configured:

CA$2,500.00CA$1,750.00

LEAD TIME
Our Kudu Canti Frames are all pre-painted. Kudu Canti framesets typically ship within 2 business days and Kudu Canti complete bikes typically ship within 3 - 5 business days.


The Kudu Canti has been officially discontinued and stock is very limited.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY


"I love this bike. I have used the bike to race cyclocross, training rides, club rides, endurance gravel rides, gravel races, and even century road rides. The bike just does everything well. The customer service at KindHuman is possibly the best I have seen in the industry. I get responses quickly and the team at KH is very knowledgeable and friendly.  "

- Tim

"This bike carves corners on any cross course better than any other bike I have ever ridden. This is the one bike I own that I absolutely could not live without. It does everything I have ever asked of it better than any other bike I have ever ridden. I constantly get complimented on the color and look of my bike. If you are going to buy just one bike this is the one to buy!"

- Phil

SIZE GUIDE

X-SMALL

  • 5'1" to 5'5"

  • 155cm - 165cm 

SMALL

  • 5'4" to 5'8"

  • 163cm - 173cm 

MEDIUM

  • 5'7" to 5'11"

  • 170cm - 180cm 

LARGE

  • 5'10" to 6'2"

  • 178cm - 188cm 

X-LARGE

  • 6'0" to 6'4"

  • 183cm - 193cm 

KEY FEATUREs

  • High-Modulus unidirectional Mitsubishi Rayon M40 and M60 carbon fibre.

  • Oversized tubing, head-tube and beefy fork maximize stiffness, acceleration and handling.

  • Traditional, tall triangle design makes suitcasing your bike simple and shouldering a breeze.

  • Cantilever brakes.

KEY benefits

  • A top-tier cyclo-cross race bike.

  • Stupid stiff and excitingly agile.

  • UCI Approved.

  • Doubles as a super fast gravel bike for those wet and grizzly training days.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • High-Modulus Mitsubishi Rayon M40 and M60 carbon fibre.

  • Internally routed for Di2, EPS or mechanical cables.

  • Cantilever Brakes.
  • 31.6mm seatpost size.
  • PF30 bottom bracket.
  • Fits 35c tire size.
  • Weight : 1000g.

build package : SRAM RIVAL 1

Groupset : Sram Rival 1 x 11

Cockpit : Ritchey Comp

Saddle : Fabric Scoop (Sport)

build package : Shimano 105

Groupset : Shimano 105 R7000, 2 x 11

Cockpit : Ritchey Comp

Saddle : Fabric Scoop (Sport)

build package : Shimano Ultegra

Groupset : Shimano Ultegra R8000, 2 x 11

Cockpit : Ritchey WCS with Carbon Seat Post

Saddle : Fabric Scoop, Line, or Line S (Race)

build package : Shimano UlTEGRA di2

Groupset : Shimano Ultegra Di2 R8050, 2 x 11

Cockpit : Ritchey WCS with Carbon Seat Post

Saddle : Fabric Scoop, Line, or Line S (Race)

Wheels and Tires

All wheel options come with your choice of Maxxis Raze 33c or Panaracer GravelKing tires. With the GravelKing options you can choose the smooth (SM) or knobby (SK) tread pattern in your choice of size (32 - 35c).

GravelKing SM has a fine file tread and provides the best traction on paved surfaces.

GravelKing SK has a fast rolling knobby tread and provides the best traction on dirt and gravel surfaces.

Maxxis Raze 33c cyclo-cross specific tires. More tires available upon special request.

Please contact us after placing your order to select your preferred choice of gearing rations, saddle shape, and other build options.

Kind Blue

Cycle-Smart Edition

How we help select your size

We are available to help you select the correct frame size. While nothing beats an in-person sizing session, we have completed hundreds of virtual sizings over the years. We typically consider the following elements...

  • The bike model being sized.

  • Your overall height.

  • Your inseam length.

  • Your shoulder width.

  • Your age and weight.

  • Your flexibility level (can you touch your shins, ankles or toes with legs straight).

  • Your riding style (aggressive or relaxed).

  • Your typical ride duration in time.

  • Your typical ride length in distance. 

  • How frequently you ride per week or per month.

  • The terrain and road type you intend to ride.