Whether you're a frequent traveler, apartment dweller, multi-modal commuter, or just enjoy a fun N+1 bike, the Neutrino will fit perfectly into your heart.
For city and apartment dwellers, you'll get great acceleration for stoplight racing as the wheels spin up quite fast. When you've reached your destination, getting the bike into the building, walking up stairs, and parking it in your apartment is so much easier because the physical length of the bike is greatly reduced. You can much more nimbly negotiate stairwells and since it's warm and cozy inside, you don't have to worry about it getting ripped off overnight.
For multi-modal traveling, it's easier to take the bike in a train car without taking up a ton of room and attracting disdainful looks from fellow commuters. Oh and Rinko. Forget cutting fenders, removing handlebars, and wheels. Just loosen the stem, turn the handlebars 90 degrees, and put the whole thing into a Rinko bag!
Traveling with the Neutrino is also a breeze. Since we often travel to our cycling starting point by airplane, train, car, or bus, overage fees for checked bags, storage, and transportation add up quickly and are a real drag. To take full advantage of the traveling abilities of the Neutrino, the bike can be disassembled and inserted into the cardboard box that it comes with.
Simply put, the Neutrino is a blast to ride around. It'll put a smile on your face every time you throw your leg over.
- Frameset material: 4130 double butted chromoly frame and fork that accepts fenders.
- Fork: 1 1/8" threadless, 4130 chromoly steel with accommodations for fenders, Randonneur Rack, and even a Mojave Cage or a bikepacking-style cage
- Wheel Size: 20", 406 Bead Seat Diameter. That's BMX, so high-quality rims and tires are cheap, plentiful, and strong.
- Tire Clearance: Clearance for 2.3" tires WITH fenders. Holy cow!
- Rear Spacing: Sliding, 135mm QR dropouts for geared, single speed, or internally geared hubs
- Fork Spacing: 100mm QR
- BB: English threaded 68mm
- Brakes: Disc Post mount rear, IS Front, 160mm rotors suggested
- Seatpost: 31.6mm (35.0mm seat collar not included). Compatible with internal dropper posts. If you aren't using a dropper, you can use the internal downtube routing for the rear brake
- Front Derailleur Size: 35.0mm (1x crankset recommended, though)
- Water bottle mounts: Seattube, downtube, and under-downtube bottle cage mounts
- Fender bosses: seat stay bridge, chainstay bridge, under fork crown
- Frame Eyelets: Eyelets on rear dropouts for racks and fenders. Internal eyelets on monostay
- Fork Eyelets: Eyelets on fork dropouts. Triple thru-bosses on the blades for cargo/water bottle cages. Hourglass braze-on for Rando Rack.
- Rear Brake Routing: Easy internal routing for rear brake cable housing/hydraulic tubing
- Paint: Paint is Pistachio with reflective VeloOrange downtube decal
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This is such a fun, capable little bike with an excellent build quality. I can't wait to put it through its paces.
I have some fun bikes and this one is the best. It is so nimble and efficient for commuting. It is gorgeous. I hate the color so ill cover it in stickers. I used the references on this site to build out the components for shifting and the chainline. I saw a few builds use the 124mm spindle on the bb for the 1x10 setup. This seems too long and i get chain drops on my lowest gear so I will be getting a shorter spindle eventually.
I love weird bikes and working in a shop I see all sorts. I adore its compact size and ability to feel full sized. Built with some leftover race bmx parts and others sourced to fill the need for color. I used a Shimano Alfine 8 so no derailleur to drag. Lover of bars with backsweep using the Surly Terminal bar. Just because I had them around, Shimano DXR cranks. I managed to squeeze in a 200mm dropper which helps if a want to share with a friend. The new commuter to really enjoy going to work.
I'm still waiting for the final parts to arrive, but even if I had them I haven't had time to build this yet. I am really looking forward to riding!
What started as an experimental dad bike project has quickly become my favorite bike in my stable. The Neutrino medium size frame is rigid where it matters, and flexy where you need it to be. The build comes in at 27.5 lbs the way it is setup in the photo below with the extra bits and beefy 2.4” tires. Of note, I mated the sensah pro shifters to a sram rival rd on an 11-32 11-speed cassette with a wolftooth 38t chainring (what, I’m Towing 100lbs), trp hy/rd brakes, 48cm daija far bars held by a Cigne stem with a wolftooth headset. Regarding tires, the rear does not fit anything beyond 2.4” but the front could take a 3” if you can find one. Keep in mind the velocity rims recommend no wider than 2.4”. P.s., my daughter picked out the purple bits.