Up for sale my basically brand new Omnium Mini Cargo.
Frame and some of the parts owned from new (bough and build locally in Paradise Cycles - London).
It was always my dream owning an Omnium, but never had a space for one of the bigger ones. 2 years ago went for holiday to Copenhagen (home of Omnium) and test ride their smaller Mini Cargo and fell in love with it.
Bought the frame and all the parts and never thought that my buildings elevator might be too small.
That unfortunately proved to be huge issue as I live on 5th floor.
That’s the main reason for sale.
Also could use more space for my new mountain and dirt jumpwr bikes.
Lastly the job I was mainly using it for has relocated away from London due to Covid.
You can still fit in elevators, but without cargo and with front wheel up.
You can carry the bike up stairs too, but again - without huge cargo.
The bike has seen about 150km on the road when doing flower deliveries (based on Strava).
It has been collecting dust and cat fur for past 2 years.
List of parts:
Frame: Omnium Mini Cargo - L - “Not just Black Metallic” colour
Headset: Pink Chris King (pretty rare colour)
Stem: Thomson 80mm
Bars: Ritchey “moustache”
Grips: Deathgrips camo
Brakes: Sram RSC (hydraulic)
Shifter: Sram XO 11 speed
Bottom Bracket: Sram GXP
Crankset: Sram Rival - 40t ring
Pedals: no pedals (can supply flat pedals for test ride)
Stand: Omnium heavy duty kickstand
Rear lock: Basta integrated rear lock (installed on seat stays and can lock rear wheel to frame super easy)
Rear mech: Sram XO 11 speed
Casette: Shimano Ultegra 11 speed
Wheelset: Hope Hubs on Halo rims (will update which model) and DT Swiss
Tyres: Schwalbe Marathon (32c rear)
(Bold text means that the part was owned and bought from brand new with less than 150km on them)
Frame is “L” but definitely can be fit “M” rider or bigger.
As mentioned, bike was build professionally by Paridise Cycles, so shifting and hydraulic brakes work perfectly.
Wheels build from brand new by SBC cycles (if you know, you know).
Colour is super interesting.
Black with rainbow sparkle (NJS style), but at certain light conditions, the frame turn to almost metallic brown.
Few little scratches on seat tube from locking up.
Supplied pics are from when the bike was just build and 2 parts has changed:
-instead of Sram Force cranks, it’s Sram Rivals
-instead of Thomson flat bars, Ritchey moustache bars (much comfier)
Located in London (Bethnal Green area) where it can be tested.
Most probably won’t be posting this.
Also no splitting (might sell wheels and frame together).
Would be too much hassle boxing this up safely and also would be shame breaking it apart when everything works so nice.
Oh, and this bike is FAST.
Long shot but I'm veeeery interested in the frameset (and wheels potentially) if you change your mind about splitting...
(I'm in London)
Nicely specced. Whats the rough load limit ?
Haven’t put it in proper use, but from what I remember, transfered 3x5l barells of water quite easy.
Once you get moving, it feels great.
Someone please take away the temptation. Good seller!
i never knew i wanted one of these, but now I need one
Come and test ride it ;)
Omnium officially say 125kg inc rider. But manufacturers generally err on the conservative side with things like weight limits for obvious reasons. But given well built, strong front wheel, I reckon it could handle 150kg inc rider no problem.
Source: experience with mini max and cargo omniums.
Thanks for your input!
No probs, glws :)
Bit far from Spain ;)
How tall are you drag? Im 5'10" Trex build.....
Think its gonna be too big as have to share with my missus.
Good luck selling an ace bike.
Dibs, will PM
I just got myself one of these bikes great to see how amazing yours is! Can I ask where you got the crate from ? Such a great colour! Also looking to get some new rims for mine would love to hear what model of halo yours are (especially the front 20”)! Could not recommend this bike enough!!
that crate looks like it was kindly donated by a sainsburys
Very generous ;)
It’s from our restaurant.
Our veg man used to deliver veggies to us in these.
It’s super sturdy!
Will update once definitely gone.
And now sold!
To whoever bought this: if you want to shift it say hi x
Think I might have spotted the new owner in the wild this morning …
Unlikely but will keep it in mind
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