YOUR KIT COULD MATCH YOUR BIKE, ORNOT.

LIMITED EDITION ORNOT X CHAPTER2 CAPSULE

FRAME BUNDLE ORDERS HAVE NOW CLOSED
GRAY TIES KIT IS AVAILABLE FROM ORNOT

Friends from San Francisco, USA and Auckland, New Zealand – Ornot and CHAPTER2 have teamed up to bring you something special.

We spent a good chunk of time designing a comprehensive array of products to take minimal branding and matching to a new level.  After designing the collaboration we had a test crew of 8 riding all summer around Northern California. The bikes were assembled around 30mm tires and have been endlessly praised for compliance, handling, and overall exceptional looks.

We’re biased but, these look great and we can’t wait to see more out on the road.

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I received my Ornot x Chapter2 collabo Tere Disc a little over two months ago and it’s been nothing short of mind-blowing. It came packaged with everything needed to build it up in whatever configuration my heart desired. I got the bike built up faster than my daughter could color the cool box it came in. On a quick test ride I was immediately impressed with how fast this bike wants to go. The power transfer is insane. Each heavy pedal downward threw me forward. Being 180lbs of quads I have gotten used to the flex I can put on a frame, but this thing does not budge. Despite all the stiffness in the frame, it still rolls smooth over the bumps and dampens road vibration keeping my butt, hands and wrists comfortable. This bike has become the only bike I ride lately. It kills it on my commute, on the weekend group ride, and even on the dirt. It is quick and responsive through traffic without sacrificing stability on high speed descents. It climbs with ease and slices through wind at the front of the pace line. Having clearance for up to 30c tires, you never second guess getting cutty on the trails right off the road. This bike does it all.The Ornot part of the collabo makes sure you have the socks to match to bike to match the bib to match the saddle bag to match the jersey to match the bar bag. It’s kind of what they do. If you have broken your neck trying to catch these bikes fly by you, you’ll notice the smile on all their riders’ faces. That smile could be yours too, Ornot.

Mel Tiongsonof

San Francisco, CA