As you can see the Eclipse has taken the mountain bike to another level. It owes a lot to the Bumblebee, which sort of, ah, pollenated a mountian bike somewhere along the line. The bike spec'ed below is set up for a White Brothers Magic 100 single crown fork. There was a time when 100mm was considered long travel. Now it's a cross country fork. The reference tire for designing in clearances is the Wilderness Trails 2.4 MotoRaptor. Even fat cross country tires will go through Eclipse's stays.

The base-price model of this bike is welded from a robust grade of plain vanilla chrome moly tubing. If you want to spend more you can get the bike with a variety of lighter, high-strength tubesets. Most of this material should be brazed up rather than oxy-acetylene welded.

current spec sheet:


Base tubeset:
Reynolds 525 chrome moly front triangle with aircraft grade chrome moly stays
top tube: Reynolds AF301 1.25" (28.6mm) .9-.6-.9mm butted
down tube: Reynolds AF501 1 3/8" (35mm) x .9-.6-.9mm
seat tube: cut from Reynolds AF301, reinforced at seatstay cluster area
stays are 3/4" (19mm) x .035" (.9mm) aircraft grade seamless chrome moly tubing

A variety of other tubeset options are available, including Reynolds 853, Columbus Zona, True Temper and Dedacciai.
Graceful tailor-made chain and seat stays available. These typically add $50 to $90 to the cost of a frame.


White Brothers and Marzocchi forks available at a good price (but only with a frame.)
We offer an XT/Rhyno lite wheel set, 9 speed 6-hole disk with DT spokes, $150 silver and $160 black
We are also offering Wilderness Trails wheelsets and tires with this bike. Call for pricing.