Tomii Cycles: Scott’s CANVAS All-Day Road Oct 2, 2017

The Tomii Cycles CANVAS “all-day” production road bikes are finding their way to new owners as we speak, with the latest being built up at Mellow Johnny’s by Jonathan. This build in particular checks all the boxes, while keeping to the CANVAS’ mantra of being a fast, long distance bike with the ability to pack a few items for the journey. This is a credit card tourer’s dream bike for a route like the Pacific Coast. See more at the Tomii Flickr!

  • AJ Tendick

    First photo with zero spokes showing was a little bit of a trip to see, pretty cool.

    • Right?

    • andrew_spaulding

      A long distance road bike with those wheels? Good luck breaking down 100 miles from the nearest shop that doesn’t carry those spokes. On the flip side, where can I get rear racks like those!?!?!?

      • Zack Reinhardt

        They don’t even need to mention Rolf Prima by name for nay-sayers who have never ridden on a pair to come out of the wood work and give their opinion on paired spokes. Speaking from experience having ridden several of their models (road and mountain), these guys are shockingly stiff and reliable – also repairable by most any bike shop in a pinch.

        That said – I too would like a nab one of those racks!

  • Andrew Suzuki

    wheels look like the iphone 5

    • Dang heck

      wheels are fine, you don’t even know

  • mr. apodaca APODACA

    that’s really cooooool

  • tertius_decimus

    Looking at that rear rack I thought it would be cool to have chainstays a little bit longer to fit full-size fender. That could be a perfect winter bike.

  • Icepick Trotsky

    Specs on Tomii’s website say max tire is 25c, but that sure looks like a 28. Good to know there’s some clearance to work with.

  • MJR77

    Serious question- what kind of bag do you put on that rack, and how much can it hold?
    The frame is super handsome and right up my alley but I’m having a hard time envisioning what you’d put on that rack in an “all day”event that couldn’t go in a larger saddle bag and/or a handlebar bag a la Outershell, etc.

    Regardless, the rack looks dope.