Drawing inspiration from our mountain bike hardtails, the Editor's frame uses double-butted aluminium tubes and fast-rolling 700c wheels for speed and comfort. Neatly integrated luggage carrier and mudguard mounting points make it easy to customise, and the eccentric bottom bracket and split dropout accommodate the low-maintenance belt drive. The sleek rigid fork is the perfect accompaniment, offering crisp, precise steering to match its low weight and understated looks.
Bike category of use: 1
You can find more information about Bike Classification at the following link.
Maximum rider and bike weight
The weight includes the bike and the rider incl. clothing, as well as any equipment that may be on the rider's body (e.g. backpack) and must not be exceeded.
Maximum system weight
The maximum system weight refers to the combined weight of the rider and bike (which is subject to a separate weight limit that must not be exceeded) plus any accessories attached to the bike, such as a trailer, luggage carrier, etc.
Further details can be found in the system weight table.
|Slack/Moderate||46 cm / XS||50 cm / S||54 cm / M||58 cm / L||62 cm / XL|
|Top Tube Horizontal||560||570||586||596||607|
|Head tube angle||70°||71°||72°||72°||72°|
|BB-Height to Hub||50||50||50||50||50|
|Protrusion height - 80mm||797||829||862||893||924|
|46 cm / XS||50 cm / S||54 cm / M||58 cm / L||62 cm / XL|
|Length seat post||350||350||350||350||350|
|Diameter tire maximum||713||713||713||713||713|
|Width tire maximum||42||42||42||42||42|
All values are given in millimetres or degrees.