Mason Bokeh GRX in Bikepacking Review


Using a great bike has different fun and comfort it delivers while on your cycling adventure; the capability of Bikes makes it a great choice and not just its appearance. The gravel bikes are an excellent choice for adventure cycling, their structure of riding around on various terrains. The Mason cycles launched this bike model to set an exceptional standard for existing gravel and adventure bikes. The Bokeh model is a top-class bike that delivers outstanding performance and can happily mix riding on and off the road.

The Mason Bokeh GRX has significantly changed from its pioneer model and has retained its appeal to most users familiar with its first introduction. The Bike can deliver a fantastic riding experience on the country lanes, deep mud puddles, riding around corners, and descending from high trails. Any experienced and up-to-date rider would be familiar with The Mason bike brand and its super-endurance bikepacking bikes.

Mason Bokeh GRX in Bikepacking

The bikepacking scene received by Mason Bokeh GRX has a blessing due to the Bike’s impressive features. The Bike can take tires of about 650 x 50B or 700 x 45C, which is a whole lot for gravel bikes. The Bike has a triple-butted Dedacciai aluminum tubing frameset with a Mason Parallax2 carbon fork available in three different colors. The Bike is compatible with Bokeh 1x and 2x groupsets and provides space for bottles, mudguards, and gear cages for a more comfortable adventure. The Bike has internal cables, making it appear neat and less busy without showing like some other bike models. The frame’s lines are logically combined to form a coherent concept. The frame has seven aluminum combined with titanium for a durable and robust bike, unlike most models from competitive brands.

Due to the cooperation between Mason and HUNT, its wheel features The Mason X HUNT 650B Adventure Dynamo Disc set that suits its agility. To help you enjoy your adventure during the night, the Bike comes equipped with Sinewave Cycles Beacon Headlight and an LED Supernova E3 rear light. Your electronic devices can be charged via the USB port built on the back of the Beacon headlight; the Bike’s tires are from Panaracer Gravelking SK tires and a 2X11 Shimano GRX RX810 groupset. With all the Bike specs, it weighs just 9.94 kg for a size 58, and you can tailor the Bokeh to your taste because the brand allows you to choose to

The MASON Bokeh GRX is unarguably one of the most efficient gravel bikes in the market; the Bike delivers a great speed during rides and maintains such momentum on flat surfaces and through corners. You can control the Bike handles due to their predictability and superb balance when cruising through corners. It does not throw you off balance when you are riding, pushing it beyond its limits; its agility is terrific. You enjoy an outstanding level of confidence when you mount it because of the stance it gives. You need not worry about the effects of pushing the bike to its limits while on epic adventures because of the stiffness of the frame that ensures the handling isn’t affected by the heavy workload.

Key Features

Sturdy Dedacciai Aluminum frame

Headlight and Rear light for dark rides

Bottle and gear cage

Rack and Fender eyelets


Brand: MASON

Brake: Shimano GRX RX810 160/160 mm

Handlebar: Deda GRAVEL 100 460 mm

Wheelset: MASON X HUNT 650B Adventure Sport Disc

Tires: Panaracer GravelKing SK 48B


Balanced handling

It is versatile

It comes with a head and rear light

It has excellent tire clearance


It can cause a sore back after a long rides

It is quite pricey


The Mason Bokeh GRX is excellent for road adventures and bikepacking trips; it is highly versatile and can handle much weight that comes with such a journey. The bike features everything you seek from a gravel bike, either a beginner or an experienced rider.

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