OpenCycle HARDTAIL O-1.0

The O-1.0 hardtail by OPENCYCLE has a very understated design but don’t over look it. This 29er has been created with state of the art carbon engineering and a few firsts; internal cable routing and a BBright bottom bracket. BBright allows the use of a 30mm axle and larger frame design. I’m assuming this give the engineers a larger surface area to work with and increases stiffness. Testers have commented that the O-1.0 is light, fast and fun and i don’t doubt it with a weight of only 871g for the frame. It’s available to buy as a frame or built up in Unlimited Edition or Limited Edition Hydraulic derivatives but you’ll have to ask them for a price, it’s a secret.

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