Massive Attack ST - Chorus 12 Speed with Zonda Wheelset
Our first and last steel bikes since the Spoon Customs merger, these are scarce!
Designed in house by David using his progressive geometry, and hand selected predominantly Spirit HSS tubing from Columbus.
The responsive front triangle meets a threaded 68mm BB adds reliability, and the rear end moves away from HSS in favour of SL stays to tune the ride for all day comfort, and the lively feel that we love with lightweight steel.
Fabricated by hand in Northern Italy and finished and built at our workshop in Surrey, available now until they’re gone…
Columbus Spirit HSS / SL paired with a full monocoque carbon fork and steerer
Ultegra Di2 disc
Deda Zero 100 Finishing kit and tape
Wheels not included, but can be supplied with owner's choice of wheel set
£4,000, without wheels, shipped anywhere.
To learn about the construction of a WyndyMilla frame visit here.
I didn’t just enjoy riding and racing on the Massive Attack I loved showing it off too. It was a bike that would always catch people’s attention and it would be fun to tell them the story behind the brand. The custom build meant the geometry was perfect for me. It was comfortable and light and would handle perfectly especially when cornering and descending. It was the bike that won me many races and helped me get my first professional contract.
Hannah Barnes - Professional World Tour Cyclist for Canyon//SRAM
The Massive Attack I rode in 2012 was a fantastic bike, the custom build meant it was perfect size and geometry for me. The finish was exceptionally high and overall ride just the right combination of comfort and performance. I could not have asked for more.
Yanto Barker - Ex Professional Cyclist and founder of Le Col cycling apparel
I really enjoyed my season racing the Massive Attack. The bike was light, confident and customised with a super stiff oversized front end. Easily one of the best bikes I've been fortunate enough to have raced on!
Chris Opie - Ex Pro Cyclist & GCN Presenter
The massive attack that I rode in 2012 and 2013 was one of the best bikes I’ve had the pleasure to ride. I was able to pick the best geometries from all my previous bikes and marry them together as well as specifying the stiffness where I wanted it. All in all a truly custom build for my riding style.
Magnus Backstedt - 2004 Paris-Roubaix winner, 1998 Tour de France stage winner.