New Old School Sancho Rigid Frame

With a direct filiation to the Dropper frame also fabricated by old school frame expert John Grant (also creator of the clever Swift Kick) the new Sancho rigid frame is a good base for a very nostalgic custom built, whatever the powerplant you intend to ise: Sportster, Evo or Shovel (same engine mounts), Knucklehead or Panhead. Sold in the following geometry: 32-degree rake, with 2 versions accepting 90 to 160 mm or 160 to 200 mm rear tire, and a very low drop seat position at 18″ from ground. Conceived and distributed by Nash Motorcycles.

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2 Responses to “New Old School Sancho Rigid Frame”


  1. 1 agnes Jun 2nd, 2010 at 10:22 am

    TUBING IS SO BIG, IT LOOKS LIKE A SWINGSET

  2. 2 live2rideaglide Jun 2nd, 2010 at 3:42 pm

    Hey guys. I cant wait to see a bike build on this frame. That real low center with a big 200 behind it.
    I see real cool potential . The neck geometry is right on for the look. Go-lo-glide. Peace.

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