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Mark W

Clean K1 Bikes

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The Clean K1 bikes are out now!  Our bikes landed in the UK a little while ago, but to make sure we had the best bikes possible we held off putting them live until we got hold of the new T13 V2 levers for them.

Both 20" and 26" bikes have features such as integrated sprung tensioners, internal cable routing, tapered headsets and more.  The 26" also features a unique integrated brake clamp/mount too which makes setup easier.

26" - Weight & Geo:

- Wheelbase: 1095mm
- Chainstay length: 380mm
- BB Rise: 70mm
- Head angle: 71.5°
- Reach (from centre of BB shell to top centre of head tube): 670mm

- Weight: 7.720kg

20" - Weight & Geo:

- Wheelbase: 1010mm
- Chainstay length: 350mm
- BB Rise: 87mm
- Head angle: 72°
- Reach (from centre of BB shell to top centre of head tube): 610mm

- Weight: 6.840kg

Some photos:

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The 26":

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On a high end bike like this, you wish the Clean design team could come up with a way to virtually hide the hydro cables into the bars and stem.

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Those levers are much better than their 1st gen that have bleed bolt and hose fitting side by side -_-

The rear disc brake hose routing is sad. 
They designed it for the old Hope caliper, this one has that super weird curve.

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i like them. those weights for a standard bike are ridiculous. i'm also a fan of you tarty guys keeping the bars at the neutral angle :P cables-shmables.

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