Monthly Archives: February 2013
VOID - DIRT FRAME FOR 26" WHEELS The Void is a steel dirt oriented frame designed to work with 26” wheels. Custom butted tubes, beefed up in the stress areas keep the weight low and strength high. An additionally reinforced top tube / seat tube junction is tough enough to survive abuse from tailwhips and 360’s. The Void is an advanced frame made from high quality double butted 4130 cro-mo steel. Same proven strength as last year. We suggest using 80-100mm travel forks for park, street and 100mm up to 120-140mm travel for dirt, slopestyle, hardtail freeride. If you prefer rigid forks then you should consider using models with around 435mm axle-to-crown which will still keep the BB & front end high enough. The frame has a quite steep head angle and a very compact rear end for ultra quick handling. The Void has been equipped with a standard threaded BB shell so you can easily fit your favourite mountain bike cranks. Long smooth tapers added on both chain stays and seat stays give the perfect clean look and plenty of material where it's needed to make a strong connection with the small and elegant dropouts. Void comes with new laser cut seatstay bridge plate. There are no cable guides attached permanently to the frame - we provide optional removable 3M cable guides if you need to support your brake cables. -material: custom butted 4130 cromoly -recommended fork travel: 80-140mm or rigid forks ~435mm -top tube (physical c-c): 565 mm / 22.2” -chain stays: 379 mm / 14.9” slammed -frame size: 311 mm / 12.2” -compatible with all forks with 1&1/8” (1.125”) steertube -integrated headset (Campy spec 45/45 deg, OD41.8mm) -head tube stack: 115mm -BB shell: threaded Euro BB 68mm (compatible with MTB cranks and BMX cranks with Euro BB) -biggest chainring: up to ~34t -MTB hubs spacing (10 x 135 mm) -tires: maximum size recommended 26”x2.35” -27.2 mm seat post / integrated seat clamp -disk brake only (no V-brakes mount) -disk brake mount IS (International Standard), max rotor size: up to 185mm -3M removable cable guides available separately -no derailleur hanger -ultra clean look -weight: ~2.55 - 2.58kg -colours: black, raw + transparent blue, teal, gold-angles with 525 mm fork (around 140mm travel): head angle: 67 deg, seat tube angle: 67.5deg, BB*: +9mm, WB*: 1045mm -angles with 505 mm fork (around 120mm travel): head angle: 68 deg, seat tube angle: 68.5deg, BB: +3mm, WB: 1035mm -angles with 485 mm fork (around 100mm travel): head angle: 69 deg, seat tube angle: 69.5deg, BB: -3mm, WB: 1025mm -angles with 465 mm fork (around 80mm travel): head angle: 70 deg, seat tube angle: 70.5deg, BB: -9mm, WB: 1015mm -angles with 435 mm rigid fork: head angle: 71.5 deg, seat tube angle: 72 deg, BB: -19mm, WB: 1004mm *BB: bottom bracket height *WB: wheel base DOWNLOAD HIGH RESOLUTION PHOTOS
We are extremely happy to announce the launch of our brand new website. The 2013 season will be quite revolutionary for our Octane One brand. This year we are introducing two complete bikes and some changes in our offer. Our team roster has undergone some changes too. With a Paweł Turno and Marek Łebek joined by one and only Canadian shredder Matt MacDuff we can assure that you will hear about our riders throughout the whole 2013 season. Now feel free to browse through our website and tell us what you think about it!
Matt MacDuff shortly after White Style event traveled to Barcelona where he will be spending the next couple of months riding and bringing us some amazing photos and edits. Stay tuned for more action straight from Spain. Follow Matt on his official Facebook fanpage.
Here is the brand new edit from Sheiffa featuring our Octane One team rider - Bartek Pałka recorded during the 2012 season. Enjoy! Song: Funkadelic - Red Hot Mama. To see more follow Sheiffa at: http://www.facebook.com/sheiffa and http://sheiffa.blogspot.com/ Additional footage by Emil Mazur.