Riv's A. Homer Hilsen was created in 2005 with the intention of filling the gap between race-only road bikes and mountain bikes. A. Homer Hilsen marked the start of the term Country Bike and the philosophy attached to it.
The Homer is at home on any road, paved or unpaved. Mind you, your max tire size is 45mm so it may not exactly be ideal for some single track, but I reckon it'd do it better than most others that share the same clearances. Take it on tour or your next brevet, the A. Homer Hilsen will keep you up to speed on the roads and handle the rough stuff when the time comes.
Each frame comes with a FSA Duron headset (No spacers), a 110mm square taper bottom bracket pre-installed, and a 27.2 seat post.
The 47.5 & 51cm Homers takes a 650b/27.5" wheel set.
The 54.5, 58, 61.5, and 64cm Homers all take 700c/29" wheels.
Max tire clearance is 45mm no matter the wheel size.