The Otso Cycles Waheela C Gets a New Paint Option for 2024


The Otso Cycles Waheela C Gets a New Paint Option for 2024

Otso Cycles‘ flagship gravel bike, the Waheela C, just got a new color design for 2024. Let’s check out the new white and cool gray Waheela C below.


This summer, the Waheela C debuts in the new White & Cool Gray paint design, bringing the total colorway options to seven, alongside Black & Olive, Goldenrod & Yellow, Slate & Gray, Turquoise & Teal, Lilac & Purple, and Copper & Black.

Each paint design is available as an option on the Otso Custom Bike Configurator, allowing you to choose from dozens of options to build a bike that matches your riding style. These options include wheel size, handlebar width, anodized color accents, stem length, and just about every other customizable spec.

The Waheela C is available as a frameset for $2,700, or as a complete bike with Shimano GRX 12-speed 600 for $3,950.

The Waheela C can comfortably fit 700c x 54mm tires (roughly 29” x 2.1” equivalent) and features an adjustable geometry through a patented Tuning Chip in the rear dropout that is found on most Otso bikes. This allows the rider to change the wheelbase by up to 20 mm, raise or lower the bottom bracket height by up to 4 mm, and change the head tube angle by +/- 0.5 mm. The longer wheelbase of the rear position is preferred for long days on the saddle on sketchy terrain, while the shorter wheelbase of the front position makes for agile handling on local trails or a CX course.

The Waheela C is compatible with mechanical or electronic 1x or 2x drivetrains. When using a 1x drivetrain, the unused front derailleur mount is the place for a Wolf Tooth LoneWolf Aero Chainguide that was designed specifically for the Waheela C seat tube contours. Fender and rack mounts are present, but tucked away out of sight. The drive-side chainstay can fit a 50T 1x chainring for races where high-end speed is necessary.

Geometrically and frame spec speaking, the Waheela C remains the same from last year’s model.

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