Viks frames are handcrafted in Estonia from start to finish using special stainless steel tubes, joints and laser cut parts. It takes about 60 separate steel pieces and two full working days to cut, bend, weld and sand one standard Viks frameset and one more day to sandblast and finish it all of with a nice and bright coat of paint.
What make the Viks frame stand out even more, is the lack of the conventional seat tube. Thanks to the "double" frame there is no constructional need for it, allowing the design to stay airy, clean and simple. Despite the unique shape of the frame, the strength is there. In fact more than plenty. Thick tubes and strong welds keep Viks feeling stiff in all circumstances.
To follow the smooth curves of the frame the fork is also anything but conventional. One-piece double crown design fits perfectly with the rest of the frame. Here some of the adjustability has been compromised for keeping the design picture-perfect, but rest assured, thanks to the turning heads and constant glazes you get while on the bike, riding Viks is anything but conventional.
Two identically shaped stainless steel tube frames run alongside the entire Viks motorcycle-like silhouette. The two sides are joined at the head tube, seat tube and bottom bracket complimenting the masculine look of the bicycle. Viks frames are 100% handcrafted in Estonia by qualified artisans in a small urban workshop.