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Onza ice frame geo?

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Currently I have a breath yes 20” frame with 1010 wheelbase, 362 chainstay, +90 bb

Looking for a shorter frame with 350 chainstay, not too bothered about the bb but say anything between +60 and +80 will be alright.

Been offered an old ice frame but I’m not too sure about geometry on that. Trialsaddict says 1000wb, 350cs, +80bb but the frame shown in the picture has a different head tube design, so I’m assuming it’s a newer updated version of the original ice frame.

Does anyone know if that’s the correct geometry, also are there short and long ice frames or just one size?

And last, is anyone selling a Jitsie frame by any chance or anything similar?

Thanks,

Nas

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Hi mate, the Red Onza Ice Frame in the picture looks to be an Onza Ice 2 Frame because it has a disc mount on the back. The first Onza Ice didn't have this so if you look up the Onza Ice 2 specs then they should be correct for that particular frame I think. Hope that helps.

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1025wb 

+70bb 

350mm cs 

One of my favourite mod frames in years gone past. Had two or three and loved how they rode. Short back end but with a long enough wheel base/reach (stem dependant) to not feel cramped. 

 

Im fairly certain they were all the same wheelbase with little to no change in geo between the Ice 1 and 2 

 

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