The Nordest Britango MK3 was just released with a redesigned frame for 2024 that includes several geometry tweaks and a new UDH dropout. Find all the details here…

The Nordest Britango MK3 was just released with a few geometry revisions, more tire clearance, and a new UDH-compatible dropout. Geometry and structural changes include a 75° seat tube angle, a lengthened top tube, and a 65º head tube angle, plus clearance for 27.5 x 2.8″ or 29 x 2.6″ tires. Boasting ultra-short 425mm chainstays, the Nordest Britango MK3 is made in Taiwan from 4130 double-butted chromoly tubing and engineered around a 120-140mm fork. According to Nordest, it has a 65° head tube angle when using a 140mm-travel fork with a 20% sag. Find more photos and the geometry chart below, as well as a link to our previous review in the Further Reading grid.

Nordest Britango MK3
Spec M ML L
Head tube angle 65º 65º 65º
Head tube 100 110 125
Top tube (virtual) 609 634 656
Seat tube angle 75º 75º 75º
Seat tube 410 440 465
Chainstays 425 425 425
Reach 446 466 486
Stack 614 624 639
BB Drop 60 60 60
Wheelbase 1178 1198 1218
Fork length (140mm 20% SAG) 519 519 519
Stem 40 40 40
Nordest Britango MK3

The Nordest Britango MK3 comes in the same two paint schemes as the previous model and is now available for preorder for 649€, which includes shipping to the EU and a May 2024 delivery date. Find more details at

Nordest Britango MK3

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