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Tokyo Fixed The Dart V2: Totally redesigned, we've taken everything that made the original Dart such a popular frame with track and street riders and improved it. Retaining the tried and true geometry that's perfect for sliding through the city or a flying 200 on the track, we've build the V2 with custom drawn steel. The huge, oversized tubes keep the weight low but the frame stiffness incredibly high. Combine that with the gorgeous ride quality of steel and the 44mm headtube that makes the front end rigid and the steering precise, you've got a frame that can do everything from Sunday track best to daily beater. While the rugged steel construction means it will take a thrashing, it would be a crime to ruin the paint, designed especially for us by Californian designer Will Rei.
The Dart V2 is available frame only, and comes with a seat-tube shim for safe seatpost clamping, reducing the chance of damaging your frame by overtightening the clamp. We recommend a Tange Technoglide Zero Stack headset, which fits perfectly in to the 44mm headtube and has an extremely low stack height. Columbus Tusk Straight Forks are a perfect match too, following the clean lines of the headtube and providing the perfect rake, as well as complimenting the stiffness of the frame. Alpina Track forks are also an option for those looking for stable tracking on the boards of the velodrome or super sharp handling in the street.
- Drilled for a rear brake
- Seatpost diameter: 31.6mm
- Rear Spacing: 120mm
- 44mm headtube
- Seat tube clamp: 34.9mm with included shim
- 2.2kg frame weight for a 550mm
|Seat Tube Centre to Centre||480||500||520||540|
|Seat Tube Centre to Top||520||540||560||580|
|Seat Tube Angle*||75||75||74.5||74.5|
|Top Tube Actual||519||534||544||559|
|Top Tube Effective||528||543||553||568|
|Head Tube Length||140||157||177||198|
|Head Tube Angle*||73||74||74||74|
|Bottom Bracket Drop||60||60||60||60|
|Max Tyre Clearance||28c||28c||28c||28c|
* These are measured in degrees, the rest in mm.
Company: Cherubim Cycles are hand built in Tokyo, Japan by master frame builder Shin-Ichi Konno. Shin-Ichi is from a family of frame builders, his father started Cherubim in 1965 and was the head builder for over thirty years, his uncle’s started the famous 3Rensho & Miyuki brands. Cherubim is now the ...
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