Meybo has been the official frame supplier of the Dutch race team for a number of years and has been on every podium, at every event, all over the world, including bagging the 2020 (or is it 2021?) Olympic gold medal courtesy of Niek Kimmann. The 2023 Meybo Holeshots have landed and are popping in all new colours, including an oil slick option. From the design, to the geometry, to the finish on every frame, the 2023 Holeshot frames scream both quality and strength. Manufactured from 6061 T6 square taper, multi-butted alloy tubing, each frame in the range from the smallest Mini, up to the Pro sizes, through to the Cruisers, are incredibly stiff in the areas that count like the bottom bracket and chainstays.
As well as all of the podium places that this company has landed courtesy of some of the best riders on the planet, including the Smulder sisters, Meybo Holeshot frames are becoming more prevalent at local races here in Australia. We expect that the 2023 frames will sell as fast as Niek's hill time, and the pro pilot riding this one will follow suit on this quality alloy frame that comes in at just 1.61kg. In addition, every frame in the range is disc ready, all the way from the mini up to the cruiser, so even the youngest shredders can have the nice smooth, compact look of a disc set up in the sprocket class.
Key Specs: Meybo Holeshot Pro XXXL (2023)
- Top Tube Rider Area: 22.5in
- Chainstay Length: 15.6in
- Head Tube Angle: 74°
- Seat Tube Angle: 71°
- Headset Type: Tapered 1-1/8in to 1.5in
- Seat Post Size: 27.2mm
- Dropout Size: 15mm
- BB Type: BB30
- Braking: V-Brake / Disc Brake ready (with compatible mount)
- Weight: 1.31kg