introducing the corrour
The CORROUR is similar to the Mokihinui, however we took your suggestions onboard and designed it for longer forks and 148mm Boost Rear hubs... The 148mm rear is backward compard compatible with 142mm, by adding some 3mm plates to each side of the RocknRollout Dropouts. This frame has the same versatility, fitting 2 tyre sizes 27.x3.0" and 29x2.8". This frame has Trail geometry with 66deg head angle, long low top tube, dropper seatpost (geometry) and Rocker Split Dropouts for belt drive.
TRAIL vs GEOMETRON GEOMETRY:
Geometron is not for everyone. Me for example. I do not have the skills and have admitted that I probably never will have the skills to go down super steep descents without bottling it, and hauling on the brakes. Long travel geometry, often referred to as "Geometron" geometry, has been gaining in popularity amongst mountain bikers in recent years. With the increased travel, riders are able to tackle more technical terrain and take on bigger jumps and drops AT SPEED. While this type of geometry has its advantages, it also has some drawbacks that should be considered when deciding if it is the right choice for you.
VERSATILITY OF OLSEN BIKES
The RocknRollout Dropout is at the heart of the OLSEN frame design. We have focused our design around the rear derailleur dropout, but taken it further. Most bicycle frames have replaceable dropouts, but they do not allow for anything other than a derailleur. This idea came from the fact that UK riders often have a winter bike, which is often single-speed.