Curtis XC100 Classic 26″

A piece of Curtis heritage, our 26 inch wheel cross country frame

The Curtis XC100 is our classic 26″ XC frame which we have been making for years. To be precise the first XC100 was built in 2004 for Matt Skinner, and this baby is still going strong!

The XC100 is designed for a 100mm fork but we can also offer a XC120 for a 120mm fork and a XCLT for riders who want to run longer travel fork.

Available made to order in sizes small (16″), small/medium (17.5″), medium/large (19″) and large (20″), or custom.

Prices (frame only)

Prices shown are for our own tried and tested geometry, or your own custom geometry at no extra cost.

From: £1050.00

Dropout options

Ritchey
10mm x 135mm
(for the ‘original classic’ Curtis enthusiast)
Fitted as standard

Paragon: Standard Mount
12mm x 142mm or 148mm
Standard mech hanger
+ £100 

Paragon: Direct Mount
12mm x 142mm or 148mm
Direct mount mech hanger
+ £100

Curtis Sliding: Standard Mount
10mm x 135mm, 142mm or 148mm
Comes with a titanium bolt kit
+ £150

Curtis Sliding: Direct Mount
12mm x 135mm, 142mm or 148mm
Comes with a titanium bolt kit
+ £150

 

Curtis Sliding dropouts are also available for hub gear setups.

Paint

Here is a list of the Ral colours we offer, custom colours are also available.

  • Grey:  7015
  • Brown: 8001
  • Blue(s): 5024, 5002, 5015
  • Green(s): 6018, 6009,6019
  • Red(s):  3003, 3001, 3013
  • Purple: 4004
  • Yellow: 1007

View them on the Ral colour chart.

Our polished and clear coat finish is £150 extra, this hand polished finished takes a day to achieve and is finished with a clear powered coat which is tough as nails.

Size & Geometry Chart

XC100
Small
S/M
M/L
Large
Frame size
16″
17.5″
19″
20″
Actual Top Tube
23″
23.2″
23.5″
23.8″
Head Tube Length
100mm
110mm
120mm
130mm
Head Tube Angle
69 69 69 69
Seat Tube Angle
73
73
73
73
Chainstay Length
16.75″ 16.75″ 16.75″ 16.75″
Bottom Bracket Height
11.9″
11.9″
11.9″
11.9″

The XC100 is designed for a 100mm fork.
Frame weight for a 17.5″ = 4.05lbs/1.95kg.
All geometry is static with no sag.

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