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  • Ludwig XVIII

    Ludwig XVIII

    eighteen speed

    At the heart of Schindelhauer’s new vanguard Ludwig XVIII lays the Pinion P1.18 gearbox. 18 evenly spaced ratios that make for a total gear range of 636% outline the current pinnacle in shifting. Every gear conveys the immediacy of a single-speed transmission while the centrally mounted gearbox creates an evened-out balance. Equipped with exclusive CNC-machined disc brakes, Brooks saddle and Gates’ Center-Track System, Ludwig XVIII can be fully customised according to customers’ requests.

    $6,950.00
  • Cream SS

    Cream SS

    When you call a bike the Cream, it better be special. Meet the most advanced, highly engineered titanium mountain bike on the market. We don’t rush anything at Spot. The Cream took three years of meticulous R&D, countless test rides and prototypes to perfect. All the painstaking attention to detail paid off with something truly unique: a titanium speedster that whips up the trail with the agility and grace that you expect from Ti, yet also shreds down the hill with unparalleled confidence, precision and strength. We sourced a custom blend of the highest quality Ti tubing and then bent, ovalized, heat treated, shaped and massaged every inch to minimize flex here, enhance it there, add firmness and durability where needed, increase suppleness and fluidity elsewhere. See that curve atop the downtube? That swoop not only increases fork clearance but also strengthens the frame by more evenly dispersing stress on the headtube. We added Spot’s proprietary dual-tapered Animal Leg seatstays and a Time-Trial Cutaway seattube to enhance the Cream’s smooth Ti ride quality. You can feel the difference those subtle bends, cuts, and curves make when hammering in the saddle. Yet the bike remains stiff and confident when standing on the pedals. 

    $8,700.00

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