Custom British bike brand WyndyMilla has launched the new Massive Attack.
WyndyMilla’s flagship bike has been redesigned and represents the completion of the entire remodelled range, which launched earlier this year.
“The new bike features a monocoque head and downtube construction, moulded into one single piece of carbon to increase rigidity and reduce weight, yet still cunningly designed so WyndyMilla can customise a wide range of precise head-angles plus headtube and downtube lengths, exactly as the rider needs,” said a statement.
“Kammtail shaping gives a better aerodynamic performance of the tubes while also sheltering the bottle and cage, further reducing overall aerodynamic drag for both official crit races and unofficial charges to the cafe stop. An oversized bottom bracket shell has been added for maximum stiffness and power transfer plus a new D-shaped seat tube and seat post for increased comfort – perfect for long days in the saddle. When the road surface worsens, the rear triangle now includes dropped stays to once again, improve the aerodynamic performance while significantly reducing road vibration.”
Handcrafted carbon tubes are designed and specified at WyndyMilla UK HQ with frames then hand-fabricated in Italy, before coming back to WM Paintworks for painting. Riders have a range of options, from single colours with high-quality finishes – to fully custom, detailed artwork.
Henry Furniss, founder of WyndyMilla, said: “The Massive Attack model has been a staple member of the WyndyMilla family for years. It’s won road championships and races all over the world, plus it has been the go-to, do-it-all machine for most of our loyal customers, we’re proud to be reintroducing the model to match the discerning tastes and requirements of the modern cyclist.
“We’ve spent months redesigning and improving our best-selling bike to continue to offer the best in performance and comfort, with brand new tubing to bridge speed with endurance. The ability to offer wider tyre clearance has also been important to offer our customers greater choice; we can’t wait to give new Massive Attack owners wings.”