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Science meets craftsmanship

A new era of frame building is here - introducing 10 years of evolution of EQUILIBRIUM!!!

The New E1 is a mixture of handmade craftsmanship, the latest innovation in 3D printing technologies and modern cycling demands.

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Following the latest trend of fully integrated wiring systems we couldn't stay aside and took a stab in it designing original spec head tube to accept Deda integrated heads set and Super box Deda stem in a tandem, original titanium stem plate is just an icyng on the cake.

The result is truly astonishing not only in the looks department but the steering wheel got lighter and it clears the space for a handle bar bag if you are going to use one as well.

After building all-round bikes for a couple of years, we felt an urge to re-create a proper Super bike similar to the original E1 model that was introduced 6 years ago and got very popular amongst our customers.

Lucky enough we had a new member in our team who could visualize the concepts into reality by modeling 3D parts and the whole frame's 1 x 1 ratio prototype in plastic to make sure the total balance of the frame and wire routing is spot on.

To achieve the desired riding characteristics, we decided to go for a stiffer down portion of the frame and top part, which we made with an oval top tube and thin seat stays to absorb the road buzz and make the bike compliant vertically.

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To extend the overall look of the square shape - the custom seat stay bridge and seat post toper were created in 3D then printed out and welded.

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And lat not the least our special drop outs for flat mount disc calipers and variety derailleur hanger interchangeable options options, 3D printed as well.

Technical specifications 


Titanium 3/2.5 double butted tubing, 3D printed seat stay bridge and drop outs, tire clearance 25-35c, flat mount disc brakes, 12x142mm thru axle