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Recent reviews
Shimano GRX 1 x 12 Dream Build: Otso Warakin Ti Adventure Bike

Dec 2023 · Zach Overholt

Starting with a Fox gravel fork and a Shimano GRX 12 speed group, we set out to build our ideal version of the Otso Warakin Ti.

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The New Otso Voytek 2 Is One of the Most Adjustable Bikes on the Market

Sep 2023

Whether you're in the market for a new fat bike or a plus hardtail, the new Voytek 2 is a shapeshifting wonder bike.

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Otso Fenrir Ti Review

Jul 2023 · Neil Beltchenko

Find our complete Otso Fenrir Ti review after 550 miles of use while bikepacking, gravel grinding, and trail riding in Utah and Colorado...

  • Has more MTB steering characteristics (more trail) than most drop-bar MTBs, so it holds a line better and feels more stable

  • Tune-able geometry with tuning chip, which also allows the bike to be post or flat mount

  • Very comfortable ride quality without sacrificing performance

  • Good tire clearance for 29 x 2.6″ rubber (and should easily fit 2.8″ in rear tuning chip position)

  • Pretty light for a metal bike at 23.45 pounds naked with pedals

  • Loads of mounts and bikepacking provisions

  • Funky sizing and build options

  • Complexity and options can be frustrating to dial in the bike

  • Dropper should be standard, and 31.6 diameter post is overkill

  • Expensive

  • 1x-specific will be an issue for some folks

  • The middle tuning chip should be included

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Otso Voytek Review: Shapeshifter

Oct 2022 · Miles Arbour

The Otso Voytek is a unique full-carbon hardtail mountain bike that can be set up in 27.5+, 29+, or 26" fat bike mode. Find our review here.

  • Lots of tire clearance and wheel/tire configurations

  • Narrow Q-factor is less of a shock than traditional fat bikes

  • No shortage of mounting points, room for their custom Revelate Designs frame bag, and options to run a rear rack

  • Lightweight, high-quality builds

  • Completely customizable thanks to Otso’s online bike builder

  • Zippy and nimble handling thanks to stiff frame and XC-inspired geo

  • Q-factor is noticeable for those sensitive to bike fit

  • Sluggish on long sustained climbs

  • Stiff carbon frame and fork take some getting used to

  • Offset fork leg mounts can be limiting

  • Complete builds start at $3,990

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Otso Waheela C gravel bike review: Do-it-all capability, bit of a bruiser - CyclingTips

Jan 2022 · James Huang

Superb tire clearance, lots of mounts, and a tackle-anything demeanor, but also somewhat questionable frame geometry and a rather firm ride quality.

  • Effectively two bikes in one, sturdy feel, well-designed adjustable geometry hardware, bold paint schemes, heaps of component customization options, superb machined-in-house aluminum bits.

  • Sturdy feel, unusually slack seat tube angle, so-so value proposition.

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Otso Fenrir Review: A Two-headed Beast

Dec 2021 · Logan Watts

The new stainless steel Otso Fenrir is a two-headed beast that’s purpose-built for bikepacking. Find our review here after 1000 miles of testing...

  • Loads of adjustability and options for building it into whatever makes you happy

  • External cable routing… and internal dropper routing. Yes!

  • Snappy stainless steel frame that’s a surprising blend of responsive and supple

  • Plenty of tire clearance and all the mounts you might need

  • Stack is a little too high for my personal fit with flat bars

  • High stack feels a little over-forked at times on steeper terrain

  • Build kit was a little mismatched (no dropper post and narrow bars)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Which Otso bikes are most popular?

The most popular Otso model families are the Warakin, Waheela, and Fenrir.

Q: Does Otso make eBikes?

No, Otso manufactures conventional bikes and has not yet entered the e-bike market.