The Ochoco sets a higher standard for what a smaller-scaled touring bike should be. The Ochoco is scaled to fit a wide range of shorter sized riders with smaller proportions or anyone looking for a shorter-reach and upright fit. The Ochoco will impress you with its incredible stability, superb load carrying capability and its comprehensive fitting acuity.
Optimized for 650b wheels and 30 - 40mm tires
Light and tough double-butted and heat-treated cromoly tubing
Steel uni-crown touring fork
Thru-axles, 142x12mm rear, 100x12mm front
Proven Co-Motion touring geometry
Rack/ fender mounts and three bottle mounts
Mechanical disc brakes and hand built touring wheels
"We just wanted to give a huge “Thank You”! We took your Ochoco and Deschutes on a ride across America, from the Santa Monica Pier, CA to Coney Island, NY it was an absolute joy! Thanks for making our ride so enjoyable with such excellent craftsmanship!" Dan and Lesli
Drivetrain Options - What Drives You?
You've decided which Co-Motion is right for your kind of riding. Did you know we're also the leader in drivetrain options?
These are the drivetrain options for the Ochoco. View the in-depth gearing details below.
Shimano 105 2x11 speed
Derailleur drive trains are lightweight, smooth operating and very efficient
This double ring 11-speed kit features smooth-shifting Shimano 105 R7000 derailleurs and brake/shift levers
Ochoco 2 x 11 kit offers a 19.5" low, 108.7" high gear
Pinion C1.12 Gearbox / Gates Carbon Drive
Revolutionary new 12spd bicycle transmission from Germany
Extremely low maintenance, with entire gearing mechanism sealed inside
Mounted at the center of the frame for a balanced feel
Uses a lightweight single speed rear wheel
An industry leading 600% overall gear range
Gates Carbon Belt Drive for grease-free bliss
Ochoco Pinion 12 has a 16.4" low, 98.3" high gear
The descriptions above refer to gear inches for comparison purposes. The term refers to the effective equivalent wheel diameter per pedal
stroke. For example, if you're pedaling the Ochoco Pinion in first gear, each full pedal stroke will produce the equivalent of one wheel
revolution of a 16.4" wheel, while the highest gear will produce the equivalent rotation of a 98.3" wheel.