The Dreamer is the slender U.S made cousin of the Evasion. Both are designed for cruising on any road you might want to follow, but the Dreamer is a little more suited for day rides and fair weather touring. The tire clearances are a little tighter, the tubes are a little lighter, and there are one or two fewer braze-ons. The geometry has been tuned a little (just a tiny bit), with a hair longer top tubes, a shade steeper head tubes, and a scant bit more rake. And we used the most modern of axles, 12mm thru-axle on the rear.
The frame is .8/.5/.8 VariWall Thermlx air-hardening main tubes. 4130 CrMo elsewhere.
Cables will run in full housing under the top tube and on the bottom of the seat stays.
There are two sets of hour-glass rack mounts on the seat stays, for a bag support or something like a Nitto R14 rack, but NO rack bosses to support a full size pannier rack. Fender mounting is fully supported.
Bosses are provided for two water bottles in the main triangle, and a manything cage under the down tube.
Rear dropouts are Paragon 12×142 through-axle.
Bottom Bracket is 68mm threaded.
It uses disc-brakes.
built around 650b x 2.0” tire with fenders or a 700 X 48
Comes with an Enve carbon fork and a crust sticker pack so you can style and decorate the frame as desired.