Joe Tanaka has raced in Kona many times, and this entrepreneur is very passionate about his Ceepo brand. At the 2015 Eurobike show in Germany he was hard at work and showed updates on several models. Here we look closer at the evolved Viper.
We removed the Ceepo Viper from the showroom floor to avoid hands, feet and bad lighting. The Kona bib number is Joe Tanaka's from when he raced there in 2013.
The Deda Kronos cockpit is not very common.
A Torhans bento box sits right behind a stem cover that hides cables and the Shimano Junction A box.
This Viper was set up with a direct mount front brake, but can be also be had with a disc front option.
The Viper downtube sits snug on the front wheel for max aero effect.
The rear TRP brake sits below the bottom bracket and chainstays.
The San Marco Aspide Triathlon saddle is another item that isn't very common.
Another perspective of this sharp and fairly simple Ceepo Viper.
The rear triangle from above.
Ceepo now offers a rear storage box.
There are other direct mount brake offerings that would keep this area of the bike cleaner.
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