Today, I'm happy to show off a bike I'm calling Omni Prime, basically the lightest sprint-ready build I could come up with for our flagship Omni Bike. This build comes in at a feathery 15.98lbs as pictured. That's a pretty darn light weight to achieve. We figured 16lbs would be a tough but exciting goal. And while Omni isn't exceptionally heavy, it isn't considered an ultralight frame by any means, so we had to take some special care to shaving grams down to hit the target weight. Check out the full article for all the details.


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