A custom carbon, made to measure carbon road frame from DeAnima, flat mount discs and a plethora of finishing options make this a special frame if you are looking for a disc brake bike.
This is our third model. We started designing the moulds for this frame in the spring of 2017 and after various proto-types we are ready to put the frame into production. We decided on a set of tubes specificity for disc brakes using the flat mount standard. For the layup of the tubes, like the Unblended, we use a mixture of Toray T800 3k and T800 UD. This is not an Unblended frame with a disc mount, we have reworked all the tubes with new profiles, a new rear end and also some new methods in the actually construction of the frame.
To make an AMG frame the production starts with the tubes being formed in the moulds and being cured. Once the order arrives we start cutting and mitering the tubes to the required size, these are placed into a jig and glued and then wrapped with carbon fibre. This way of building allows us to personalise the geometry based on the client. The frame takes about 2 days to make from start to finish and requires multiple visits to the oven for curing and at various stages. Once the frame is ready for painting it is sanded by hand to remove the surface gloss.
Rear Thru Axle 142mm x 12mm.
Front Thru Axle 100mm x 12mm.
Integrated Headset – 1 1/2″ bottom, 1 1/8″ top.
Seat tube 27.2
Integrated front derailleur mount.
Press fit bottom bracket.
Flat mount disc brakes.
Internal cable routing mechanical or electronic.
Weight is 950 grams for a 55cm frame.