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Thank you very much! It s very hard to constantly update this topic, it's very busy months

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Hi guys! Say hello at the new Stelvio out-front mount. Here some shots of the new garmin /polar or wahoo mount. It's a out front mount, just one arm structure. Two sizes will be avaible for small & big devices.

The final weight is 15 grams with the plastic insert and custom aluminium spacer. In the package will be included a 35 mm ti screw.

The body is made is carbon fiber and ergal for attach structure. It will fit with all stems with a volt pitch between 22 mm to 36 mm (c-c).

And for a 9 mm gap such us 3t or zipp stems? Don't worry, it's coming such as go pro & lights mount ImageImageImageImageImage

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it looks great, does it only fit to one side of the 2 bolts on the bottom half of the stem? i.e. you usual one of the existing bolts and the 35 long one you supply?

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@Stevec1975 thanks! No only one screw. In the box there is also the titanium screw. You have to replace the stem screw with our titanium 35 mm lenght screw.


In the Pic there is what you will you have in the shipping box

Also some boxes are almost ready to be shippedImageImage

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If you follow me on instagram, probably you have just seen this new prototype of hardtail front. The project is for a customer that would like to have a custom MTB frame, 26". Yes, it's correct 26 inches

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Werking wrote:If you follow me on instagram, probably you have just seen this new prototype of hardtail front. The project is for a customer that would like to have a custom MTB frame, 26". Yes, it's correct 26 inches

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The gloss finish looks really nice in the first picture!!


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syplam wrote:
Werking wrote:If you follow me on instagram, probably you have just seen this new prototype of hardtail front. The project is for a customer that would like to have a custom MTB frame, 26". Yes, it's correct 26 inches

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The gloss finish looks really nice in the first picture!!


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Yes, I'm collaborate with Tony spray. He makes amazing paintjobs. This paintjob is relative simple. Customer wants a total black body with some red.

Here some other pics.ImageImage

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Absolutly stunning, Love it that you still made a 26inch bike.
I sure love mine still. :thumbup:
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Thank you robobiking.

Yesterday some new pics about layup of headtube joint for a model S road frame Image

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Very slick set-up on your new Stelvio out-front mount.

At 15g it's very competitive in weight, but no lighter than RWD. However, your design doesn't require any real estate on the bar and I like that.

Is a lighter 35mm bolt available? Maybe there's not enough weight to be saved there...

Keep posting here and on IG! Keep collaborating with Tony Spray for beautiful paint.

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need to arrange some of your bottle cages.. are there options on the finish or graphics??

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Johnny Rad wrote:Very slick set-up on your new Stelvio out-front mount.

At 15g it's very competitive in weight, but no lighter than RWD. However, your design doesn't require any real estate on the bar and I like that.

Is a lighter 35mm bolt available? Maybe there's not enough weight to be saved there...

Keep posting here and on IG! Keep collaborating with Tony Spray for beautiful paint.


Yes, the direct competitor are the metal aluminum mounts, that Weights all over 20 grams in the best choice. We prefer to use ti screw for the best quality of strenght, lightness and safety. For this previous reasons we offer only ti screw. We don t want to save an half of grams and perhaps -20% of safety using a ergal screw.

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sugarkane wrote:need to arrange some of your bottle cages.. are there options on the finish or graphics??
No, actually only clear coat glossy, in the next future, very soon, Matt finish. I think that Matt finish is huge on this cage.

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Hey guys! I would like to share last frameset that I have make.

The paintjob is made mixed a metal red with deep metal blue. Paint by Tony spray. The images do not reflect the reality. It's only my opinion but under sunlight the framset is amazing. The fork is Enve 2.0 tapered, Chris king Inset I3.

Sorry but I forgot to weigh it before sending it.

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A nice detail of top tube
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