"...were I forced to limit myself to a single bike, this may well be the leading candidate." Adventure Cyclist (July 2013 review)
The Campeur, as the name suggests, is a touring frame for paved, or unpaved, roads. It can carry a substantial load for long unsupported trips, yet handles beautifully even with no load. In fact it makes a nice gravel racer.
Here are some of the highlights and specs:
A nice "after 1500 miles" customer review can be found here.
A review of the Campeur by Adventure Cyclist magazine can be found here.
Includes frame and 1" threaded fork. Headset not included.
Here is what you, or your mechanic, need to know when building up the frame: The headset is 1" threaded (ISO), canti brakes, BB is standard ISO (or British) with a spindle length to match your choice of crank, 27.2mm seat post, it takes a 28.6mm clamp size front derailleur, 135mm rear spacing, 50-52mm fenders with 35-38mm tires.