Octane 64 | Ready to Ride | Mustang (56)


This Octane 6-4 is our 6AL4V premium titanium road cycling frame that has been hand painted at FatCreations paint studio in the theme of the iconic Mustang GT350. The frame size is 56cm.

Precision engineered out of 6AL4V aerospace-grade titanium, the Octane 6-4 was rated 10/10 for frame and ride quality by Cycling Weekly. This frame has been designed for fast cycling with traditional smaller diameter tubes but utilising the extra stiffness and fatigue resistance inherent with 6Al/4V allowing frame weight to be reduced by up to 10% whilst retaining the a unique ride quality of titanium.


  • Vaaru Octane 64 titanium frame size 56cm
  • Vaaru F:1 carbon forks
  • SRAM Red eTap (only)
  • Vaaru titanium seatpost
  • Syncross one piece handlebar and stem

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Cycling Weekly review

Why choose a road bike that’s made of 6Al/4V titanium?  6AL/4V (6% aluminium, 4% vanadium, 0.25% iron, 0.2% oxygen, and the remainder titanium) titanium is lighter, stiffer and stronger than 3Al/2.5V, it has the added benefit of unmatched fatigue resistance and very high strength-to-weight ratios. With these properties in mind, a lighter, more durable frame can be made still giving a compliant yet responsive ride quality.

Match the Octane 6-4 tapered headtube with the VAARU tapered full carbon F:1 forks for a responsive ride. The result is a much more flowing design, the larger diameter tubing used on the down tube and the smaller diameter on the toptube merge into the tapered headtube perfectly. Weight saving has been maximized by taking the wall thickness down to a minimum.  It also accepts a drop in headset which gives the user ease of servicing and replacement. The final touch is the 5 axis CNC’d VAARU logo, a proud touch to show the sign of quality and effort in producing every VAARU frame.

Double butted tubing has been used throughout the Octane 6-4 frame. The benefit of butted tubing allows the frame to have a thicker wall section in areas where increased stiffness is required whilst having a much thinner wall section in areas of low stress. This allows the designer to make the overall frame weight less than that of straight gauge tubing and also able to add different ride qualities by changing the tube profiles.

Both the seatstays and chainstays have been 3D formed to give a compliant ride, soaking up lateral shocks and small vibrations whilst remaining stiff when under the stresses of a rider putting maximum watts though the pedals when sprinting.
Forged dropouts: The VAARU dropouts on the Octane 6-4 have been forged and post machined to give a low overall weight, a CNC’d VAARU Logo adds a touch of detailed quality.

With an overall low system weight when using a 24m axle, the English threaded bottom bracket has been used. Less material, less weight and stiff enough for the most demanding riding.

Flash Reports On Racing His Octane 6-4 in Portugal

Here we are, race season again….. and still loving my Vaaru Octane 6-4.  Over 16000km on it so far and just added new ceramic bearing bottom bracket, chain and cassette, usual stuff. In March I did my first Duathlon and managed 3rd in age group, although struggled a bit as my fitness levels were a [...]

Gary ‘Flash’ Blesson’s Granfondo Race Report

Here’s the latest race report from Gary ‘Flash’ Blesson on his latest Granfondo in Portugal. As National Duathlon Champion, Gary is an authority on competitive cycling. “The Granfondo Premium Aldeias do xisto- here in Portugal was the best one yet… Lousa. This was a even more special event for me as I was feeling fit […]

Follow James Ketchell’s ride around Britain on his VAARU Octane 6-4

James Ketchell, author of ‘The Ultimate Triathlon’ is putting his VAARU Octane 6-4 through its paces by cycling around the U.K. in aid of the fantastic charity, Over The Wall , who provides life-changing camps for seriously ill children. James has already completed three outstanding challenges, he rowed single-handed across the Atlantic, reached the summit […]

Cycling Weekly review of VAARU Cycles Octane 6-4

Hot off the press is Cycling Weekly’s review of the VAARU Octane 6-4 by technical editor Chris Hovenden. James Beresford built a beautiful example of the Octane 6-4 titanium road bike for Chris to test. Chris has just ridden 175 miles on it including racing in a time trial and has now written his much anticipated review for […]

53 cm 55 cm 56 cm 57 cm 59 cm
A Effective Top Tube 530 550 560 570 590
B Actual Top Tube 515 531 540 550 568
C Seat Tube 480 500 510 520 540
D Wheelbase 983 989 994 1003 1013
E Chainstay 415 415 415 415 415
F Head Angle 72° 73° 73° 73° 74°
G Seat Tube Angle 74° 73° 73° 73° 73°
H Head Tube Length 125 155 165 175 195
I Fork Offset 45 45 45 45 45
J BB Drop 72 72 72 72 72
K Fork Axle to Crown 370 370 370 370 370
L Stack 530 560 571 583 602
M Reach 377 380 385 393 400

Technical Specification

6AL4V 6% aluminium, 4% vanadium, 0.25% iron, 0.2% oxygen, and the remainder titanium

Frame weight from 1.4kg.

Double Butted Tubing

Tapered headtube

3D formed chainstays

3D formed seatstays

English threaded Bottom Bracket


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