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The Tokyo Fixed Ono Frame. Japanese for axe or hatchet. Like a hatchet, the Ono is a tool designed for cutting through your obstacles. The low pro geometry puts you in a position for speed. The Columbus MAX downtube works together with Columbus Zona to give you a frame which delivers all the stiffness modern steel tubing can offer. The soul of the Ono is aggressive, but on the outside the Ono is a rare beauty. The frame is fillet brazed. The smooth welds are strong and stiff and turn the frame's steep angles into one seamless flow. The paint work is equally special and is the result of a collaboration with Death Spray Custom. The wet spray finish combines two colours and no decals. Pure masking for pure simplicity.
- Frame features a carbon fork with a alloy steerer
- Tubing: Columbus MAX / Columbus Zona
- Fork is drilled for a brake
- Seatpost diameter: 27.2
- Rear Spacing: 120mm
- Tyre clearance: 25c
- 1 1/8” Threadless Fork
|Seat Tube Centre to Centre||505||525||555||575||605||630|
|Seat Tube Centre to Top||520||540||570||590||620||640|
|Seat Tube Angle*||75||74.5||74||74||74.5||74.5|
|Top Tube Actual||510||522||535||555||580||598|
|Top Tube Effective||505||517||530||550||575||595|
|Head Tube Length||91||108||134||150||172||189|
|Head Tube Angle*||73||73.5||73.5||73.5||74.5||74.5|
|Bottom Bracket Drop||60||60||60||60||60||60|
|Max Tyre Clearance||25c||25c||25c||25c||25c||25c|
* These are measured in degrees, the rest in mm.
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