The Slim Chance
Chris Chance cut his frame building teeth making custom road frames way back in 1977, and over the years he learned a thing or two about making the perfect road frame. By 1991, Chris took everything he’d learned from making mountain bikes at Fat City and applied it to a new generation of road bike.
The result was the original Slim Chance which set a new benchmark for steel road bikes as one of the very first production TIG welded road frames.
The Slim Chance 2.0 delivers on decades of insight and delivers a lively ride that still courses with energy. It features optional disc brake mounts and an Enve fork standard and will be produced in small batches.
Slim Chance Availability Update:
Here’s the essentials on the new Slim Chance Disc Ltd Edition:
|A||Seat Tube Length (Ctr to Top):||490||516||539||562||574||592|
|D||Top Tube Length (Horz Ctr-Ctr)||530||545||560||580||590||610|
|G||Head Tube Length:||110||130||150||170||190||210|
|K||Standover (700c x 28):||754||780||797||816||837||855|
|K||Standover (Inches) (700c x 28):||29.96"||30.71"||31.38"||32.13"||32.95"||33.66"|
All dimensions listed above are in mm unless otherwise stated.