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COVID-related supply issues have caused some bike specifications to differ from what is listed. Please check with your local Breezer dealer for the most up to date specifications on the bikes they have in their stores.

All-road meets all-gravel

For some riders the best part of the ride starts at the end of the pavement. The Inversion is designed to get you there fast while offering the stability and tire clearance to handle gravel or bad roads with ease. Featuring a seamless, double-butted Japanese chromoly D’Fusion frame with Breezer Thru-axle dropouts, the Inversion is a truly versatile drop-bar machine. The steel frame provides all-day comfort in the saddle whether you are cruising back roads with friends, taking on a bikepacking trip or grinding out miles of gravel. The Inversion is here to break down the boundaries of what an “all-road” bike can be.

Key Features
  • Breezer compact geometry
  • New 650b-compatible Breezer D’Fusion seamless double-butted chromoly frame with 142x12mm Breeze-Thru dropouts
  • Breezer full-carbon fork with tapered steerer tube, 100x12mm thru-axle, side water bottle mounts and hidden fender mounts

Breezer Compact Geometry

BREEZER COMPACT GEO: Joe created the compact frame geometry with the goal of having the smallest frame possible while using longer-length parts like seatposts so bikes properly fit riders. The benefits were both to save weight and increase stiffness for pedaling by having shorter frame tubes. Before this road frames were traditionally very tall and used short seat posts. This was problematic because the small-diameter steel tubes would flex very easily. Joe’s geometry made the frames much more agile while also offering greater maneuverability both on and off road.

Breeze-In Dropouts

BREEZE-IN DROPOUTS: Joe Breeze’s iconic Breeze-In dropouts offer twice the rigidity and half the weight of standard dropouts; after almost three decades they are still used by custom frame builders to this day. The hooded shape was a breakthrough in design that allowed two major advantages over traditional cast or forged dropouts. First was a much stronger connection between the chainstay & seatstay tubes to the dropout and the second was the ability to save weight by using less material for the forging. Breeze-Ins also enable the tubing length to extend as close as possible to the rear axle and avoid using heavy and stiff CNC yokes or mounting plates keeping the tubing the star of the show and the ride quality as high as possible. Now made for both quick-release and thru-axle applications, Breeze-In dropouts improve shifting, wheel changes, and of course, ride quality.

Breezer Steel

BREEZER STEEL 4130 CROMO: The material Joe started with, and still the staple material for most Breezer bikes. Chromoly tubing has earned its place in cycling’s list of top-rated materials as it offers incredible strength-to-weight properties, up to 5 times the fatigue & tensile strength of 6061 aluminum, while also offering excellent ride quality. Add to this the ability to repair the material after welding and you can understand why adventure riders have trusted this material most to safely carry them around the world for decades.

Multi-Mount Capability

Multi-Mount Capability: A signature feature on all adventure models. Frames and forks come designed with multiple mounting options for racks, fenders and bottle cages.  These features allow you to fully customize & personalize your Breezer for the type of riding you love most.  Whether it’s loading up with five water bottles to traverse across barren wastelands or outfitting some new waterproof bags on front & rear racks for a weekend bikepacking trip, Breezer has you covered! 


Inversion Team

  • Shimano GRX 810 2x11
  • Praxis Alba 48-32t crankset
  • WTB Byway 700x32 UST tires and WTB i23 TCS rims

Technical Specifications

Sizes S (48cm), M (51cm), L (54cm), XL (57cm), XXL (60cm)
Color(s) Sage w/burnt orange
Frame Breezer D'Fusion fully-butted chromoly steel, tapered head tube, BB86 bottom bracket, 142 x 12mm
Fork Full-carbon disc, tapered steerer, rack / fender & side bottle mounts, 100 x 12mm through-axle
Crankset Praxis Alba M30 DM 48/32T
Bottom Bracket Praxis M30 for BB86
Pedals N/A
Front Derailleur Shimano 105
Rear Derailleur Shimano GRX 810
Shifters Shimano GRX 810, 2X11-speed
Cassette Shimano HG700, 11-34T, 11-speed
Chain Shimano HG601 11 speed
Wheelset WTB ST light i21 TCS 2.0 700c tubeless, Formula sealed-bearing 12mm through-axle hubs, SAPIM Race 2.0/1.8 spokes, 32H
Tires WTB Byway TCS Tubeless Ready, 700 x 34c, Distance+ compound, folding OR Panaracer
Brakeset Shimano GRX hydraulic, 160mm rotors
Brake Levers Shimano GRX
Headset FSA Orbit C-40 ACB 1.5" Tapered
Handlebar Breezer B-Road, 6061 alloy, 31.8mm clamp, 125mm drop, 25° flare, 4° sweep
Stem Breezer B-Road, 3D-forged 6061 stem body, +/-6°
Tape Breezer Super Gel
Saddle WTB Volt Comp 142x265, steel rail
Seatpost Oval 905 UD carbon, 27.2 diameter
Weight tbd
*Specifications subject to change without notice


Inversion Team
Size(*Compact Frame) S M L XL XXL
Bike Size(*Compact Frame) 48cm 51cm 54cm 57cm 60cm
A Seat Tube, Center to Top 480 510 540 570 600
C Top Tube, Effective 540 555 570 585 605
D Head Tube Length 115 130 155 180 210
E Seat Tube Angle 74° 73° 73° 72.5° 72°
G Head Tube Angle 70° 70.5° 71° 71° 71.5°
H Chainstay Length 425 425 425 425 425
I Wheelbase 1023 1028 1030 1050 1057
J Bottom Bracket Drop 78 75 75 72 72
K Fork Offset 48 48 48 48 48
M Stack 553.05 566.13 589.91 610.68 636.47
N Reach 379.73 384.49 387.32 391.35 394.29
O Standover 729.91 754.66 781.57 809.54 836.22
Stem mm 90 100 110 120 120
Handlebar Width cm 42 42 44 44 46
Crank mm 172.5 172.5 175 175 175
Wheel Size 700c 700c 700c 700c 700c
Seat Post Diameter mm 27.2 27.2 27.2 27.2 27.2

This model features: Compact Geometry

Joe created the compact frame with the goal of having as small of frame possible while using longer-length parts like seatposts and stems to allow the bikes to properly fit riders. The benefit was both to save weight and increase stiffness for pedaling by having shorter frame tubes.
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