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.
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.
|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|
|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|