Taiwan-based Veloci Cycles recently announced a new all-terrain bike called the Wild Move, which is based around a steel frame, 29 x 2.4″ tire clearance, loads of mounts, and more. Check it out here…

The new Wild Move from Veloci Cycles is a completely new offering, and it’s also the first bike under their new all-terrain bike (ATB) category. The Veloci Wild Move is a versatile fully rigid bike that can be loaded up with gear for big trips or stripped down for zipping around local trails. It’s based around double and triple-butted 4130 Chromoly Steel tubing that’s ED coated for corrosion resistance. The fork is finished with triple-pack and rack/fender mounts and has upper eyelets. The frame itself has top tube mounts, multiple mounts inside the main triangle and under the downtube, and can accept a rear rack as well. The rigid fork is 465mm, allowing the use of certain 80mm-130mm travel forks, which are specified on Veloci’s website.

Veloci Wild Move

A quick look at the Wild Move’s geometry chart will show a long-ish wheelbase, low bottom bracket, and a generous stack height that should all add up to a comfortable and stable ride quality. The frame has clearance for 27.5 x 2.6″ or 29 x 2.4″ tires, while the fork can clear 27.5 x 3.0″ or 29 x 3.0″.

Veloci Wild Move Specs

  • Double butted 4130 ChroMoly
  • Head tube: collared 44mm (ZS44/EC44 headset 30mm crown race)
  • 73mm BSA bottom bracket
  • Hub Spacing: 9×100mm/10×135mm quick-release
  • 1-1/8″ threadless steerer
  • Brake type: IS mount
  • Chainring clearance: 1x 32T, 2x 34/24T
  • Cable routing: full external downtube
  • Front Derailleur clamp: down-pull 28.6mm
  • Sizes: XS-XL
  • Paint: Pine Green/Royal Blue
  • Veloci Wild Move
  • Veloci Wild Move
  • Veloci Wild Move

The Veloci Wild Move is available as a frameset and costs $699. Veloci has dealers all over Europe, including our friends at The Gentle Jaunt in Berlin. Contact a dealer or Veloci directly to learn more.

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