Clearance AW21 #013 - Custom OG - Medium

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Time to clear out a few bikes we've gathered up.

These bikes have been used for demo’s and test rides or might be customer returns.
Very little (or no) mileage and will be serviced and checked by Cytech qualified mechanics before dispatching.

Sold as seen in the pictures, we’ll highlight any issues and give you peace of mind with 3 months warranty (but the bikes will last for years).
Bikes delivered 90% assembled and pedals also included.

We’d let our family ride these bikes.

OG1X with few light scratches on the handlebar, stem and seatpost.  Packed and ready to go.


The OG allows you to conquer more demanding gradients with the same control and clean looks as our Original Single Speed, sharing the same components that make it so reliable. The compliant steel frame, hand-welded in to a natural riding position, is coupled with Shimano’s Claris drive system. This results in our most affordable geared bike. Go further.




We’re so proud of our embroidered saddle that we fit it on the majority of our bikes. No need to worry about getting a numb bum. 


50/34 chainrings and 11-28 cassette. Easy shifting over a wide range of gears – all gradients become possible.


Riser bar or drop bar options allow the ride to be tailored to you and you riding style. Can’t choose which? Keep scrolling… 


Steel flexes just the right amount. The steel frame and fork help take the shock out of bumps in the road, creating a smoother ride.



The riser bar is ideal for riding that requires a more head-up riding position, such as commuting or dashing about town. Your hands are in a slightly wider position on the 560mm wide bar and sit 25mm higher. Combined, this gives more control and allows you to react more quickly.

The drop bar, with the hoods on the STI levers, places your weight slightly further forward, and puts your body in a more efficient position. This becomes more rewarding the further you ride. The drops on the bars allow you to really get your head (and the power) down when the road requires it. Essentially, for shorter sprints the riser bar is more suited. For longer rides out of the city we’d recommend the drop bar.