Officine Mattio has added a new lightweight carbon OM 1 S road racing bike to their line-up, newly made with monocoque construction entirely in their Cuneo, Italy workshop. Developed for road riding, the OM 1 S looks like a solid all-rounder with neat integration, quick-handling geometry, and generous tire clearance that pushes it into all-road capability as well. Plus, Mattio is the latest to add the option to build bikes with the Dutch internally-geared hub Classified Powershift system that gives 2x gear ratios with single chainring setup simplicity…

Officine Mattio OM 1 S Italian road bike

Officine Mattio OM 1 S all-rounder light carbon road bike 100% made-in-Italy, photo by Paolo Penni Martelli, on the road detail

c. Officine Mattio, ride photos by Paolo Penni Martelli

The new monocoque carbon OM 1 S road bike is the first to hype Mattio’s new “Made in Cuneo” manufacturing philosophy. Officine Mattio’s other bikes are also designed in Cuneo and made throughout Italy, including tube-to-tube wrapped carbon frames and welded steel, stainless & aluminum frames. But now the workshop is shifting to build more locally, at the foot of the Maritime Alps on the border with France.

Officine Mattio OM 1 S all-rounder light carbon road bike 100% made-in-Italy, angled

The new bike takes on a pretty conservative modern sloping shape, with slightly dropped seatstays with no bridge, boxy oversized main frame tubes with subtle aerodynamic shaping, and no cables to be seen. The disc brake frame features fully internal cable routing through the 1.5″ headset and Mattio’s own bar+stem combo, able to work with mechanical or electronic groupsets.

Tech Details

Officine Mattio OM 1 S all-rounder light carbon road bike 100% made-in-Italy, frameset detail

The frame itself is laid up with a mix of 3K, UD & T700 carbon fibers, for a claimed unpainted weight of 920g for a size medium.

Officine Mattio created their own one-piece carbon integrated aero cockpit for the bikes, with a low stem stack height, compact bar shape, and seamless transition into the headset with matching integrated spacers.

Officine Mattio OM 1 S all-rounder light carbon road bike 100% made-in-Italy, frame details

Mattio calls the geometry of the new bike “gritty” – an aggressive combination of steep head & seat angles, a compact rear end, and comfortable stack & reach figures. What’s most interesting is they manage to do that, and still build ample clearance for up to 36mm tires, making for a super versatile bike. Pick from modern large volume road racing tires, or even smaller fast-rolling gravel tires for a quick all-road setup.

Officine Mattio OM 1 S all-rounder light carbon road bike 100% made-in-Italy, angled rear

The new bike features well-chosen standards, including flat mount disc brakes, 12mm thru-axles, a 27.2mm seatpost with conventional external clamp, and a PF 386 EVO bottom bracket.

OM 1 S – Pricing, options & availability

Officine Mattio OM 1 S all-rounder light carbon road bike 100% made-in-Italy, custom paint

The OM 1 S is offered in five stock frame sizes (XS-XL) and any color combo you could ask for – all available now. The simple paint scheme is predefined, but custom color combinations are included in the stock pricing. And full custom paint schemes are always a possibility, as well.

The new Officine Mattio OM 1 S is sold as a complete bike in around twelve different 12-speed build kit options, including the choice of new 12sp Shimano Dura-Ace/ Ultegra Di2, SRAM Red/Force/ Rival AXS, or Campagnolo Chorus/Record/Super Record/Super Record EPS – all with Italian Pirelli P Zero tires & Selle Italia saddles.

Officine Mattio OM 1 S all-rounder light carbon road bike 100% made-in-Italy, photo by Paolo Penni Martelli, rear riding

Complete bike prices start from 5990€, or frame kits from 4250€ including: frame, fork, headset, 1-piece cockpit, seatpost & axles (indicative EU pricing excluding VAT). The new OM1 S can be ordered globally, directly via dealer bike shops, or configured online and delivered to your local dealer.

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Officine Mattio + Classified PowerShift

Officine Mattio OM 1 S all-rounder light carbon road bike made-in-Italy, with Classified PowerShift hub

The newest addition to Officine Mattio is the option to build up their bikes with 1x drivetrains powered by Classified PowerShift internal 2-speed hubs. New carbon road & gravel bikes can be built up with the fast-shifting & durable wireless electronic shifting 2x hub in one of Classified’s own carbon wheelsets.

Officine Mattio carbon road & gravel bikes made-in-Italy, with Classified PowerShift wheels

Lemma 2.0 road (left) & Santiago C gravel (right)

Get the simple looks of 1x, the tight steps & wide gearing range of 2x, and shift instantaneously under full-load with Classified PowerShift.

Officine Mattio becomes the first Italian bike manufacturer to offer Classified PowerShift shifting tech, adding the option to their latest OM 1 S, their lightweight carbon Lemma 2.0 & SL road bikes, and their Santiago C carbon gravel bike – all manufactured in Italy.

Officine Mattio x Classified – Pricing, options & availability

Officine Mattio OM 1 S all-rounder light carbon road bike 100% made-in-Italy, photo by Paolo Penni Martelli, climbing Alps

Adding a Classified setup with their PowerShift hub laced into their own carbon wheels adds around 1910€ over Mattio’s base alloy wheels – or only 510€ over their own-brand carbon wheels, also actually cheaper than several other possible lightweight carbon wheel upgrades they offer. And most interesting, Classified system builds can be configured on Shimano, SRAM, AND Campagnolo groupsets – all available now.

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zombieweekly
zombieweekly
14 days ago

Well chosen standards of… PF 386 EVO!?
Well chosen!?

Ape Escape
Ape Escape
13 days ago
Reply to  zombieweekly

You can run just about any crank on this standard…seems well chosen to me. And people clamoring that all bikes need threaded BB’s….you don’t know how to assemble a bike properly. Name me one other bearing used anywhere that requires threads to mount…also a hamfisted mechanic cant strip out a pressfit frame.