Drop Bar in 2205 stainless steel for long trips and gravel use.

Double system variable geometry: the only one in the world.

The Scotsman and Westlander have two systems designed to change the geometry: Siderod sliding dropouts and an eccentric bottom bracket. This makes the frame fairly customizable, with the possibility of changing the stability, responsiveness, ground clearance, and much more as often as you want.

It adopts 4 standard wheels to always be up to it.

The absolute maximum of versatility: not only the geometry of the frame is variable but also the standard of the wheels: 700C, 29 inches, 27.5 plus and 29 plus. This defines absorption capacity, smoothness, grip on critical terrains. For a smooth ride you can mount cyclocross style wheels and have a smoothness comparable to a racing bike. For a bumpy trip with a lot of off-road you can use wider wheels and as with a really important volume of air, to face paths and climatic situations that less capable wheels could not face.

Extend or shorten the rear carriage with a 6mm Allen key

Mobile ‘Siderod’ dropouts on the Scotsman and Westlander models allow you to adjust the length of the chainstays by as much as 15 mm. This means radically changing the reactivity of the bike: more responsive and quick in the short setting, and more stable and less fatiguing in the longer position. With the Scotsman and Westlander models, no compromise is needed: the choice is yours and can adapt to the type of use that you want to make of the bike at that time.

Bivalent 2205 stainless steel: the best material for those who love adventure.

The best frame material is stainless steel, because it has a very high resistance to corrosion and impacts, does not suffer from salt or other types of corrosion, and can be repaired with a normal welder in the event of an accident. The repair element is impossible for other materials, including titanium. It has the same weight as a high-level steel frame, and there’s no paint to be scratched by the straps of bikepacking bags.

Technical features

  • Rubber passage: max 29 x 3.0
  • Fork: Carbon length 510 mm, rake 51
  • Headset: upper ZS 44, lower EC 44
  • Seatpost: 31.6mm diameter, 34mm collar
  • Bottom bracket: PF30
  • Transmission: Single chainring max 36T, Double max 38-28
  • Rear axle: 148 x 12 mm with reduction to 142 x 12 mm
  • Brake connection: IS 160 mm
  • Predisposition for telescopic seat post internal passage




WESTLANDER Small Medium Large Extra Large
Top Tube A 545,0 mm 565,0 mm 580,0 mm 600,0 mm
Seat Tube B 415,0 mm 455,0 mm 505,0 mm 560,0 mm
Head Angle C 69° 69° 69° 69°
Seat Angle D From 72° to 74° From 72° to 74° From 72° to 74° From 72° to 74°
BB Drop E From 56,5 to 76,5 mm From 56,5 to 76,5 mm From 56,5 to 76,5 mm From 56,5 to 76,5 mm
Chainstay F From 440 to 455 mm +/- 8,5 mm of EBB From 440 to 455 mm +/- 8,5 mm of EBB From 440 to 455 mm +/- 8,5 mm of EBB From 440 to 455 mm +/- 8,5 mm of EBB
Wheelbase G From 1058 to 1073 mm From 1073,4 to 1088,4 mm From 1089,4 to 1104,4 mm From 1110,3 to 1125,3 mm
Head Tube Lenght H 100 mm 120 mm 135 mm 150 mm
Stack I 615,1 mm 633,0 mm 647,0 mm 661,0 mm
Reach J 354,0 mm 365,2 mm 372,7 mm 390,45 mm
Fork Rake K 51 mm 51 mm 51 mm 51 mm
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