Nov 13  |  Black Vanilla Road Frame Offered – SOLD

Posted by , November 13th, 2013 at 3:54PM    


On occasion we find ourselves with the opportunity to offer a Vanilla Bicycle for sale to the public. This is one such occasion.


Available today, maybe just in time to sneak under the tree, is this 2013 Vanilla road frame. It’s roughly a 60cm, see specs below, and features brushed stainless steel head tube lugs, “V” dropouts and drive side chain stay. This frame also includes internal rear brake cable routing, hand carved and thinned lugs, two pair of bottle bosses and meticulous paint work by Coat Paint Shop.

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Some Details:


This bike is built to be a good stage race machine. This means it’ll be comfortable for longdays in the saddle, it will descend at speed with confidence and it will be balanced and predictable while climbing. It’s a larger frame and so it’s built stout enough to respond well for a powerful 6′ plus rider.



The black double panel scheme has a white panel with tomato red fill and black outline. Tomato red, Vanilla blue and black stripes accent each end of the panels. Tomato red fills the stainless “V” dropouts, bottom bracket “V” and stainless drive side chain stay accents.


Special Touches

Internal rear brake routing

Brushed stainless steel “V” drop outs

Brushed stainless steel drive side chain stay

Henry James brushed stainless steel head tube lugs

Two pair of stainless steel bottle bosses

Compact front derailleur braze-on



Top Tube Length: 600

Seat Tube Length: 620

Head Tube Length: 210

Chain Stay Length: 420

Head Tube Angle: 73.5

Seat Tube Angle: 72

Bottom Bracket Drop: 77

Reach: 395

Stack: 633



Fork not included. We would like to build you a fork and, if you like, a matching stem as well.

Full build packages are available at very competitive pricing.


$4650 SOLD




1 Comment »

  1. very nice, but I am at max bike, especially road bike. Perhaps if a 60/62 ss cx or touring came up I could find room for it..? ;)

    Comment by tylernol — December 16, 2013 @ 5:56 pm    

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