Brodie Ocho

C$1,500.00 C$1,200.00
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8-Speed internal gear hub that is reliability and durable.
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We love the simplicity and elegance of internal geared hubs. They have a clean look to them, are simple to use, are virtually maintenance free and have all the gear range you need. The Ocho comes with the proven Shimano ALFINE 8-Speed internal gear hub that is reliable and durable Kilometer after Kilometer, year after year.

Who is the Ocho for ?

Commuter, Fitness, Internal Gear

For the person who values the purity and benefits of an internally geared hub. The Shimano Alfine 8-Speed hub is a great choice for harsh weather conditions as it adds simplicity, reliability and durability. The Ocho easy to ride and perfect for someone who may only do annual, not weekly maintenance!

The Ocho works perfectly as your year round daily commuter, your stylish urban errand-runner or your weekend fitness machine. 

Key Features and Specs :

  • Brakes : Shimano M355 Hydraulic
  • Tires : WTB Cruz TCS Light 700 X 37c
  • Drivetrain : 42T Crankset, 21T Sprocket, Shimano Alfine 8 Speed
  • Weight 12.2 kg/26.8 lbs

Purposeful elegance, form and function

The Ocho has a light light aluminum frame that is similar to the Energy and Dynamo but uses different drop outs for a simple chain-tension system. The frame has fender and rack mounts to add to its functionality and purpose. Hydraulic disc brakes add to safety by maximizing stopping power, no matter the weather or surface conditions. High volume tires increase comfort, provide better traction and a smoother ride. The Alex double walled and eyeleted rims give you high mileage durability and fewer flats.

Simplify with purpose

Shimano ALFINE 8-speed internal gear hub is smooth, versatile and maintenance free. For the professional who is dedicated to commuting. For people who want to be car free or just simplify life, ride daily for fun or for fitness. Pure and simple, simply with purpose.

Ocho Fit Chart

Sizing: S-49/M-53/L-56/XL-59

Please note, as we are all a little different, the fit chart is a best guess estimate. Brodie highly recommends having a professional fit done at your local bike shop.