Here’s one we didn’t realize would be getting a limited edition run made. About a year ago Colony gave Keith Treanor a custom frame that was dubbed the Manopause frame. It appeared to just be a gift with a retro / throwback style with the down tube that pierced the head tube, the wishbone on the seat stay and the welded mounts. Since we didn’t hear anything about it beyond that, we assumed it was a one off deal. Then today we spotted over on the Goods BMX website that Colony ended up making a very small batch of 15 of these bad boys. The Manopause frame is made from full 4130 chromoly tubing with a 75.2-degree head tube angle, 71-degree seat tube angle, 11.5″ bottom bracket height and a 13.25″ chainstay length. The frame features an interesting integrated head tube with the down tube that pierces through it and a weld on the top, an integrated seat post clamp, wishbone on the seat stay and welded on chain stay brake mounts. The frame comes in 20.8″ top tube length only and black for the color.
There are only 30 of these between the U.S and Australia, and it sounds like most have been spoken for. You can pick this frame up for $340.00 right here.
Keith Treanor’s bike built up with the initial sample.
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