CHERUBIM is the only surviving brand of the three Konno brothers who were leaders of the frame building industry in Japan. The CHERUBIM Racer, made of steel and weighing in at 7kg explores areodynamics with a 1-1/8 aero head tube and integrated stem. The stem is a work of art! Built for use with Campagnolo EPS there’s internal cable routing and a custom bottom bracket shell which helps reduce weight further. The hidden seat post clamp also helps keep the look super smooth. Full photos and info here.

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  • nick

    Looks cool as hell

  • Boris

    Want one now for spring/summer 54cm seat tube 70-80 bb drop, tt actual 56cm stem?

  • Boris

    LOOK675 in steel and their previous bike on NAHBS don’t remember the year.

    • Dan

      Yeah basically, wouldn’t mind either one!


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