The Octane 6-4 Disc has evolved from our previous rim break design which received 10/10 reviews; we’ve been working hard to make it even better.
Increased diameter tubing from double butted 6AL4V titanium makes it light, stiff and responsive while still retaining the ride feel you’d expect from a quality titanium frame. The Octane 6-4 Disc frameset comes with frame, forks, headset, seat clamp, thru-axles and a bottom bracket to suit SRAM DUB or Shimano crank axles.
The Octane 6-4 Disc is compatible with SRAM eTap AXS and Shimano Di2. The larger T47 shell can internally route the rear hydraulic hose with space for the new SRAM DUB bottom bracket axle for greater stiffness. The Octane 6-4 Disc is made for speed with superior comfort and precise handling.
All Vaaru frames are eligible for free U.K. shipping using our trusted carrier. International shipping is available on request.
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Octane 64 Disc Road Bikes Available Now
These spectacular Octane 64 Disc road bikes are show bikes that we have created for Eurobike 2019 and are available to buy from the second week of September. There is just one edition of each colour way. Contact us today to reserve yours.
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