We just got a drop of all our new frames including Kevin Kiraly’s highly anticipated signature Varsity frame. It features a choice of 20.75″ or 21″ top tube, 13.2″ rear end (slammed), 8.65″ standover height, 11.75″ BB height, 75° head tube angle, 71° seat tube angle, Mid bottom bracket, and stamped top and down tube gussets. It also features a very unique paint job that starts at a matte finish and fades in to a high gloss paint in seafoam green, purple or black. Check out more photos and info on it here, and go check out the flip book we made and re-watch Kevin’s banging promo video while you’re at it too.
Check out the rest of our new frames and info after the jump.
The new Borato V3 is our best version yet. We bumped the stand over height to a solid 9″, added the option of Fly-style removable brakemounts, and switched to an externally machined Mid bottom bracket. Get the full specs and more photos of it here.
The Loden got an update this time around too, now in our third version. It still features our signature dome capped seat and chain stays, but we have lengthened the backend to 13.75″ and added the externally machine Mid bottom bracket. Full specs and photos here.
The Calico frame has quickly turned in to the go-to frame for tall riders looking for a very responsive frame that’s built proportionally. It has a longer 130mm head tube to increase stem height and an 8.9″ standover height, but also a 21.5″ top tube with a short 13.2″ (slammed) rear end. The only noticeable change to it this year is the switch to an externally machine Mid bb. More photos and info here.
Deuce Deuce V5
Our popular and classic Deuce frame is in it’s fifth incarnation now. It has changed and modernized with the times, but is still the biggest and longest frame widely available on the market. Designed for the tallest of the tall riders out there with a 22″ top tube and able to take a beating. This year we changed the bottom bracket to an externally machine Mid bb, and brought the backend length in a tiny bit to 14″ slammed. Full specs and photos here.
Make sure you hit up your local MacNeil dealer to get any of our goods, and if they don’t have what you’re looking for have them contact their MacNeil distributor to get set up.