Share

Fresh Produce

Stanton 4X and DJ bikes coming soon!

Dan Stanton from Stanton Bikes (home of our favourite Slackline hardtail) was on the phone yesterday talking excitedly (as you do after nine espressos) about two new frames that he’s bringing out.

We featured some early Stanton prototype pics back in February, but now they’re built up and ready to go.

Both the 4x and DJ frames will cost you £375 and are available in Gloss Black or Raw.

This is the final sample DJ frame that the guys have got coming out soon.

The Stanton 4X specific race frame, which will be coming out soon.

FEATURES
* Double butted Aerospace grade 4130 cromoly
* External chainstay braces
* CNC’d Logo toptube brace
* CNC’d ‘cut through’ logo head tube
* Cowled dropouts
* available in raw (clear coat paint) or Gloss Black
* Replacable mech hanger

GEOMETRY
Head angle 68deg
BB hight 314mm
Top tube (actual) 575.4mm
Top tube (virtual) 610mm
Seat tube 330mm
Chain stays 400mm
Reach 416mm
Stack 553mm

Luke Limbrick in the woods with his new bicycle.
Loving the raw finish and temper colours.
Top tube detail.
Cog and crown headbadge

4x racers Luke Limbrick and Rich Lane chat about the attributes of the Stanton 4x bike over a pint of Old Scroggin and bag of pork scratchings at an after hours sesh down at the Nags Head.


British 4x round one action from Afan, South Wales where Luke Limbrick had a bit of a skirmish under the bridge that left him with a flat tyre and the days racing over.

Hit up www.stantonbikes.com for more info.
If you want to pre-order a frame then contact Dan at contact@stantonbikes.com

Share

Newsletter Terms & Conditions

Please enter your email so we can keep you updated with news, features and the latest offers. If you are not interested you can unsubscribe at any time. We will never sell your data and you'll only get messages from us and our partners whose products and services we think you'll enjoy.

Read our full Privacy Policy as well as Terms & Conditions.

production