DIZO Bike x BikeBeat
BikeBeat equips all models of the Taiwanese manufacturer with Carbon wheels exclusively for the German market. The quality of the bikes convinced us, so we would also like to offer the frame sets to our customers in the future.
Frame material: Toray T800
Fork: Carbon 1 1/8″ to 1 1/2″
Brakes: Rim brake
Weight: Frame 900 Gr. (size M) / Fork 345 Gr.
Wheel size: 28″
Seat post diameter: 27,2mm
BB: Shimano Pressfit BB86
Scope of delivery: Frame inkl. fork, headset, seatpost clamp, dropout und front der. clamp
With over 30 years of experience in the production of high-quality carbon racing bikes for the world’s most popular racing bike brands, the company’s own brand “DIZO” was founded in 2016. The DIZO products are designed, developed and produced exclusively in our own production facility in Kaohsiung (Taiwan). No compromises are made when it comes to quality. From carbon fiber processing to painting, DIZO holds all production steps in its own hands. For the production of the carbon frames, the Taiwanese rely on the highest quality level of carbon fibers from Japan. To ensure the safety of DIZO products, the internal DIZO quality standard is 20% above the normal ISO and EN test standard. DIZO Bike wants to offer its customers the best possible quality and safety, which is why every DIZO model is also certified by the UCI.
Due to these own above-average standards, DIZO received the “Taiwan Excellence Award” as an internationally recognized seal of quality for top technology “Made in Taiwan”. Now the DIZO brand is also taking off in Germany and is launching the S6 EGO, a classic racing bike with rim brakes. True to the motto “Rim brake is not dead”, the Taiwanese rely on a classic design with detailed paintwork and very convincing equipment. More at www.dizobike.de
More information about the S6 Ego
The rather classic frame developed for rim brakes was designed with the help of computer simulations in such a way that the rigidity could be optimized in all areas of the frame. All frames are checked for air inclusions in the carbon using X-ray images before they leave the factory. The frame consists of a Toray carbon layup made up of Toray 800 to Toray 1100 grades.
The carbon nanotubes technology should help to make the frame even more rigid and durable: Carbon particles are added to the epoxy resin that connects the carbon fibers. You should fill small voids, which means that less resin is required. The main aim is to save weight.
The full carbon bottom bracket was developed by Dizo itself. Compared to aluminum bottom brackets, this saves weight, according to Dizo, while at the same time increasing rigidity and drive efficiency. The very high stiffness in the bottom bracket area was noticeable in the test in the form of a very direct power transmission. The reinforced rear frame triangle also makes a noticeable contribution to the very high drive efficiency. However, it allows little flex. Comfort is not one of the great strengths of the Dizo, which offers a very direct, sporty driving experience. Thanks to the stiff steering head area and the rather short head tube, the handling is very direct and agile, but not nervous.
The aerodynamics is not the focus of the stiff and light Dizo frame, but the seating position is quite stretched, deep and race-oriented, which clearly benefits in terms of aerodynamics.
You can find the test of the complete bike here: