Otso just announced a space metal version of its most versatile bikepacking bike. The Otso Fenrir Ti has all the same interesting features and convertible geometry as the stainless version in a 33% lighter package. Find details and more photos here…
The stainless Otso Fenrir won a spot in our 2021 Gear of the Year awards, so we’re excited to see the brand release a titanium version today. The Fenrir Ti frame is made with lightweight 3Al/2.5V B338 grade 9 titanium tubing resulting in what the brand considers “a smooth, responsive, sturdy ride.” The frame weight of a large Fenrir Ti is 1,814 grams, which is 33% lighter than the size large Fenrir Stainless (2,730g). The Fenrir Ti is available in five sizes, from XS to XL. See more details below.
Just like the stainless Fenrir we reviewed—find that linked in the related content grid below—the Otso Fenrir Ti can be built up with gears or as a singlespeed. Fenrir Ti also has Boost spacing, dropper post routing, a boatload of mounting points, and a rear dropout Tuning Chip that can change the wheelbase by up to 20mm and fine-tune the geometry.
The new Fenrir Ti comes stock with a carbon ENVE Mountain Fork with three-pack mounts on either side and a reversible dropout chip for an adjustable rake. Both the Ti and Stainless versions can accept a suspension fork with up to 100mm of travel, too.
The Otso Fenrir Ti is available as a frame for $3,550, which includes a headset, seatpost clamp, brake mounts, and Tuning Chip hardware. For $4,050 you can add in the carbon ENVE Mountain Fork, and the complete build starts at $5,120. Learn more over at OtsoCycles.com, or check in with an Otso dealer.
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