Fog Cutter Frame Set

[Images are of pre-production sample. Actual production may differ]

The Fog Cutter is an endurance road/road sport design. We designed it to fit fatter tires, but the frame angles are more road bike than CX or gravel bike. It can float you over chewed up asphalt better than most bikes in this category. This is the frame you want for long days in the saddle and the most demanding commutes. - Tange Prestige heat-treated double butted CrMo steel tubing
- Road sport geometry
- Rear rack & fender mounts
- International disc mounts (rear mount is located on the chainstay for stiffer performance and also keeps the caliper out of the way of rear racks)
- Optional matching straight blade carbon fork available
- 1-1/8" size headtube
- 27.2mm post size - 7 sizes: 48, 51, 54, 56, 58, 61cm


Fog Cutter Frame Set

  • Specifications and Recommendations:

    - Rear rack fitting: We recommend the racks to be mounted to the dropout eyelet. The eyelet on the side of the lower seatstay is for fenders. If you mount a rack to the lower seatstay eyelet keep loads to a maximum 20 lbs (10 lbs. if you go off road)
    - Seatpost: 27.2mm
    - Front derailleur: 28.6mm, bottom pull
    - Rear hub spacing: 135mm
    - Headset: 1-1/8" exterrnal cup type
    - Max.Tire Fit: 700c x 42mm (38mm with fenders)
    (650b x 47mm tires may also fit).
    - Min. Tire Recommendation: 700c x 20mm, 650b x 38mm - Fork rake: 43mm on 54-61cm frames; 48mm on 48-52cm frames
    - Recommended fork length: 390-400mm - Max chainring fit: 52-39-30t 45mm chainline. 53-39t, 48.5mm chainline
    - Bottom bracket shell: 68mm wide, English threads
    - Compatible with downtube shifters
    - Disc brakes: 160mm rotors, International standard mount

  • What kind of forks are compatible with the Fog Cutter?

    Even though we call this a road bike, we built the frame around a cyclo-cross length fork. So anything 390-400mm in length with a 44mm rake will work as designed. (48/50mm rake for the 48 and 52cm size) We do make a robust matching straight blade carbon fork for this frame, but you can run our lugged CX Disc Fork or Straight Blade CX fork. Or a third party CX fork. It needs to have a 1-1/8" steerer though. Road forks will be too short for this frame.