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Kepler Disc Carbon Fork – Now Available!

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We’re stoked to release our new carbon fork – an ideal upgrade for the Kepler Disc frameset. It features carbon blades matched to alloy crown, steerer and dropouts – saving weight and adding stiffness to the front end. We’ve also drilled the crown and added eyelets so you can still run mudguards if you wish.

Features:
– Carbon blades
– Alloy crown and dropouts
– Alloy 1 1/8″ steerer
– Rake: 45mm
– Axle-crown: 400mm
– 42c clearance
– Weight: 750g

The fork retails at £149, however if you purchase it along with a Kepler Disc frameset you get it at a reduced price of £129. You’ll still receive the original steel forks, so you can swap between the two depending on what type of riding you’re doing.

Click here for more details


2017 Allday Frames Now in Stock

We’re stoked to announce that our ever popular Allday frames are now back in stock for 2017.

The Allday has been designed with versatility in mind – with clearances to take up to 35c tyres and bosses for bottles, mud guards and racks it’s the ultimate versatile fixed/ss machine.

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The Allday now comes in this new metallic silver colourway as well as the original black – available online and from your local Brother dealer.


Brother in the Wild // Photo gallery…

We’ve just put up a great photo gallery from our Brother in the Wild weekend. Click the image below to check it out…

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Swift Track // Stainless Steel Prototype

This season we’re experimenting with our notorious Swift track frame – to see what improvements we can make on this product going forward.

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Earlier in the year we put together this one-off prototype, which is basically our original Swift on steroids. We’ve used raw stainless steel which, as well as looking awesome, is far stronger than normal steel allowing us to save considerable weight on the design. We’ve then used a 44mm headtube and tapered carbon forks to stiffen up that front end.

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To test the product we’ve given this frame to Marlon from the Defi Collective – a London based fixed and road crit team that we support. He’ll put this product through its paces this season and give us the feedback we need to finalise the production model. Follow them on Instagram @deficollective to see how they get on this season.

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Tour Divide in the Latest Boneshaker

Last year my buddy Mingo and I made our way to Canada, with two prototype Big Bros, for the start of the Tour Divide. A 2,700 mile mountain bike race from Canada to the Mexican border.

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It was an incredible experience, however things did not go to plan.

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Mingo has just written a great account of the experience for Boneshaker – go out and buy a copy or download the digital version HERE to find out what happened.

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