Czech bicycle company, Repete, introduces two new bike models
Advanced materials, attention to detail, and quality craftsmanship are essential to the brand.
By: Repete Cycles
"Two years ago we decided to translate the experience we gained from manufacturing custom steel bikes into the development of the new ready-made Reason and Verne models. We still produce our frames in Prague, but in a new location where most of the production processes take place. Every single piece passes through our hands countless times before the final production, so we are therefore absolutely certain of the quality of our bikes," says Mikoláš Voverka, one of the company's founders.
The Reason is road model featuring disc brakes and tire clearance up to 700x28c. The Verne is an all-road gravel model with the possibility of fitting wheels 700x40c or 650x47c wheels. They are made of high-strength Columbus Spirit HSS steel. The frames are complemented by a Columbus Futura carbon forks with a tapered steerer. The shaped over-sized tubes, the T47 bottom bracket shell, and the shaped rear stay create the rigidity of the frame to efficiently transfer energy while making the frame comfortable on all types of surfaces. Disc brakes and thru axles provide great braking properties. "The details are the character of our products, and that is why we focused on developing our own flat-mount dropouts, which are made utilizing investment steel casting technology. Thanks to the innovative internal cable routing, which we produced with state-of-the-
New cycling e-magazine site Repete is divided into sections where you can look behind the scenes of handmade frame production, soak up the atmosphere of Repete activities or participate in them, and watch video reports from events and people connected through cycling. In addition, Repete offers the opportunity to take part in bike rides around Prague and its surroundings as well as other destinations for weekend events. Showroom will provide a community space for the public outside the main cycling season – presenting lectures, discussions, exhibitions and more.
Find out more at: http://www.repete.cc
Repete Cycles / Sara Simackova