Scapin return to US and Canada

Italian frame maker to offer new carbon and 29in models

The head tube of one of Scapin's mixed solutions

Small Italian manufacturer, Scapin, return to the US via the Canadian distributor Stage-Race Distribution. The manufacturer’s bikes were previously imported to the US by KHS.


Scapin offers a full range of road racing and mountain frames, as well as complete bikes. The range includes carbon fiber and steel, along with what they dub ‘mixed solutions’ (carbon/steel tubes) and hydro-formed aluminum, which is used for Scapin’s most economical models.

Keeping with the times, Scapin offers an array of contemporary features for their bikes, including: an s-shaped proprietary integrated seat post (ISP) clamp, CFS, which refers to the brand’s ‘comfort-flex seat-stay system,’ wing-shaped single-rivet-point cable bosses, use of press-fit carbon bottom brackets, and tapered head tubes. Scapin’s steel and high-end carbon fiber frames are produced in Italy, with custom geometries available for many models.

Stage-Race Distribution is currently compiling a band of bike shops in the US and Canada to stock Scapin models and will play a part in the development of future Scapin models by way of testing and their expertise within the North American market, said the distributor via their press release.


Stage-Race currently has the complete line of Scapin bikes on display in their North American showroom, located in Toronto, ON — from the hand-made Fazer to the monocoque-carbon Hysak and the new Columbus Spirit tubed Blato 29er.