This sporty trail slayer’s heart is our brand new alloy frame built around a four-bar suspension system with Horst link. The OMG’s suspension has got very good kinematics – it’s sensitive in all the travel range but doesn’t bottom out easily
The OMG rolls on 29″ wheels and suspension from Manitou. The OMG is driven by the Shimano SLX 1×11 drivetrain and stops thanks to Shimano BR-M365 hydraulic disc brakes. Internally routed X-Fusion Manic dropper post helps to keep the balance and your jewels safe on the descents and jumps.
For RRP 1899€ you get a complete package of everything you need to beat the hell out of your favourite trails. The OMG’s are be available in 3 sizes: S, M and L. For more info about the OMG bike hit the product page . The bikes are available through our dealers and distributors network.
Here’s the KODE – our brand new all-round frameset. What’s cool about it? What makes it probably the most versatile product in our offer? First of all, the material – custom butted TANGE steel tubes not only makes the frame and fork super comfortable, but also relatively lightweight (frame + fork weigh 3kg).
Thanks to the horizontal dropouts there’s almost an indefinite number of bike types that you can build around this frameset. Let’s try to name a few: fixed gear, single speed commuter, geared commuter, geared adventure bike, geared gravel bike, disc brake road bike and so on and so forth. Adding the possibility of choosing from different type of handlebars (dropped or flat), the number of options that you can go for is really vast. The geometry of the frame is pretty universal, so the position on the bike is comfortable no matter the set-up that you build.
The frame also features all the mounting holes that you could ever wish for: mudguards, racks, 3x bottle cage mounts. The tire clearance is big enough to take up a fat gravel or road plus tire (up to 700 x 43c or 650b x 45c). This means that you can make the KODE a perfect bikepacking workhorse and the best two-wheeled fellow traveler out there.
The frameset comes in 3 sizes: S/M/L and are available in 2 classic colors: black and white. The KODES are avalilable through our dealers and distributors or through our shop. For more info about the frame go here.
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The Prone was one of our favorite projects of this season. The versatile frame that would be a perfect base to a everyday trail allrounder. Prones are designed in line with the modern trends: low, long and slack. We decided to differentiate the geometry of 2 wheel sizes models: the 29″ with more “pedal friendly” geometry, a bit less aggressive than it’s smaller brother on 27.5″ hoops, which is also designed for more heavy duty use (for example with longer travel forks).
But don’t think that bigger wheeler can’t be used as a proper trail shredder! This guy is really “prone” for attacking berms, sending hits and descent like mad. Just have a look at one of our RnD guys – Wojtek – riding the hell out of the Prone. Wojtek rides enduro and DH bikes on a daily basis, and was really happy with the frame’s performance in the environment usually reserved for bigger rigs. It’s really hard to intimidate the Prone. What’s important it makes the transfers between your favorite spots much more pleasurable.
If you’re looking for a all-round bike, that won’t break the bank – the Prone is a great frame to start with. Check out the frame’s spec and geometry here . They’re available in 3 sizes (S/M/L) and 3 colors. Want to get it? Try one of our dealers.
After the disclosure of Prone frame, it’s about time to present next new product from our 2017 collection. We present to you – the Belter pedals!
The Belters replace our top end pedals Static PROs. They also roll on sealed bearings but are lower and lighter than their predecessors (a pair weighs ~ 380g) . Long, solid pins provide lot of grip.
The Belters will be available in 3 colors: black, blue and red, and are expected to be in stock late March.
Earlier we’ve announced that this year we’ve signed a talented French rider Simon Pagès! Simon is on his way to take part in 2017 White Style FMB Silver Event. Shortly before leaving he shared some photos of his new rig that he’s going to whip on the snowy jumps and step-ups in Leogang – the Octane One Zircus.
The Zircus is equipped with Octane One, NS Bikes, Hope Tech and SRAM Corp. components. Looks really raw, just like Simone liked it. The specification of the bike is listed below:
– FRAME : Octane One Zircus.
– HANDLEBAR : Octane One Chemical 31.8
– STEM : NS Bikes Quantum 31.8. 35mm Rise: 3mm
– FORK : Rock Shox Pike DJ 100mm
– CRANK : Sram X0 CARBON 165mm
– CRANKSET : Sram GXP 68/73mm
– PEDALS : HT prototype
– HUBS : Hope Pro 4 SS
– RIMS : Octane One Solar Pro
– TIRES : front : Arisun Mount Graham 2.20/ rear : Arisun Mount Culebras. 1.95
– BRAKE : Sram Guide RSC Ultimate 140mm.
– SEAT : Octane One Rocker
– SEAT POST/Clamp : Hope
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So yeah, we’re always been connected to the dirt jump and street MTB world and we’re still in love with it. But the matter of fact is, that, well at least nowadays, we spend more time on trails rather than on dirt courses. At least from riding point of view (yes, we are getting older!). It was kinda problematic, because we couldn’t ride our bikes. This is why it was only natural until we came up with our trail frames. Ladies and gentlemen, we present to you – the Octane One Prone!
The Prone is an aggressive hard tail frame that comes in two wheel size versions – 29″ and 27.5″. Both versions have slightly different geometries. The 29-er is more “pedal-friendly” all-rounder, although designed to the modern standards – long front, short rear and slack angles. A smaller wheel Prone is a frame for more aggressive riders – the angles are even more slack and we recommend to use it with a longer travel fork. Both Prones feature 142×12 rear dropouts, inner cable route in seat tube for dropper post. The frames come in 3 sizes: S/M/L and will be available from March 2017.
The Prone frames are not the only new entries from Octane One in 2017! We’re expanding our offer with new products such as 29″ wheels and rims, new pedals and grips, wider handlebars, and…more new frames! Stay tuned for more info about new Octane One products.
Octane One Prone geometry: