KIBO ROHLOFF FRAME & FORKS

The Kibo Rohloff frame is hand built in the UK using the strongest gauge of the quality air-hardened British Reynolds 631 steel for the main triangle.  The chainstays are also 631 and the seat stays Reynolds 525, and the forks Reynolds 631.

 

As well as being hand built in the UK, our frame and forks are lugged for increased durability. We can also build fillet brazed versions of the Kibo Rohloff, again just email us on info@stanforthbikes.co.uk to discuss.

We do two versions, one for an ahead stem with a 1 1/8" threadless steerer and the other with a 1" threaded steerer for a quill stem. As all of our frames are made to order we can have sloping or horizontal top tubes on either. We also do a step through version.

The standard Kibo dropouts are replaced with steel plate dropouts for the Rohloff compatible sliders. Specific Rohloff cable routing is brazed onto the frame.

Why steel? This is an expedition bike so there's only one material suitable for the frame and forks and that's steel. Wherever you are in the world steel frames can be fixed more easily (in the unlikely event that it needs welding...) and on a rigid bike the steel provides a more comfortable ride.

 

As all of our frames are made to order we will customise the seat tube and top tube lengths to best fit you, either visit us for a fitting or send us your measurements - click here for more info

For heavier riders we can tweak the tube diameters/thicknesses, please get in touch if you'd like to discuss this click here for more info

Bottom Bracket - 68mm British Thread (BS).

For sizing click here and geometry click here

 

Fork crown for Kibo Rohloff with quill stem
Kibo Rohloff ahead fork crown - this example is finshed in black rather than the usual Dusk Blue
Lugged fork in Reynolds 631 steel with low rider pannier bosses
Lugged frame with black powder coat finish
Kibo Rohloff for quill stem - lugged frame hand built in the UK using the strongest gauge of Reynolds 631 tubing
Kibo Rohloff ahead frame - Reynolds 631 steel frame and forks hand built in England