The concept for this frame was pretty straight forward - to make a frame for longer rides with unique visual appeal.
To achieve best possible riding characteristics I use Columbus steel tubing for most of our frames, it gives the frame responsive and lively feel with lots of a comfort.
In this particular case I went even further and added up concave bend seat stays for more shock absorption.
I have flatten the top tube in order to make a smooth transition to the seat stays to lay down the pass for a line to be painted.
And of cause the choice was to go for a disc brake frame which gives not only confident braking control in any type of surface and weather but a greater tire width selection , new
ENVE composite road disc fork that can accept 32c slick tires allowing the frame be ridden in various surface conditions : unpaved roads, gravel, etc.
The frame was skillfully painted by Atelier Kinopio
To give it a special final touch we decided to put builder's signature on the right chain stay.