Frame Features & Options


We love to build our frames to the highest standards that we can imagine, both in materials and workmanship. Yet, we have come up with a number of frame options that can make your bike exclusively yours. 


We only use top-shelf tubing from world-class manufacturers. The superior strength and fatigue resistance of these steel alloys make it possible to build your bike with thin and light tubing. Our slightly over-sized tubing dimensions guarantee an excellent efficiency – something that you will feel immediately when riding one of our bikes – and high torsional stiffness that makes high speed cornering easy. Depending on your requirements, riding style and weight, we select the tubing size, butt profile and tube wall thickness to fine-tune the frame properties. Although every bike we make is designed for its owner, there is one thing our bikes have in common: they feature an unparalleled ride quality that you’ll appreciate more with each ride you make!


We pay special attention to those parts of your frame that are sensitive to intensive use throughout a bike’s life. You know, those locations where parts are mounted onto the frame, wheels that are frequently put in and out, they can damage the paintwork on your frame. As a standard feature, we build those bits and pieces – dropouts, cable stoppers, derailleur mounts, bottle bosses, seat clamps, brake bridge faces – in stainless steel and carefully treat those spots before we mount any of your components.


Our rimbrake bikes come standard with stainless cable stoppers. We like them not only because they are stainless, but also because they have a smooth and subtle design. Just one of the small details in our frames, but one that has been paid attention to. We’re offering internal brake cable routing as an option for those who like the sleek and clean look of it. The internal routing features a lightweight cable guide with stainless reinforcements at the locations where they enter and leave the top tube. Disc brake bikes come standard with internal cable routing, a super sleek and maintanance free solution.


Want to ride a Di2 or EPS electronic groupset? Then we’ll drop the external shifting braze-ons and build your bike with even cleaner looks by integrating the battery and wiring in the frame.