The Omnium 2021 booklet. It tells you all about the different series, models, colours, geometries, accessories and more of the current year.
To tackle the demand on Omnium bikes we have started a system of communication and organization.
The future stock page gives you an overview of the next incoming batches. This list is a general guideline and not yet definite, and therefore subject to change.
If the bike you’re looking for is not on the future stock page or in stock, it doesn’t exist (yet).
We will announce the date when pre orders go live, around one month before the bikes arrive. The preorder purchase is very much like a normal purchase, only that you have to wait a little longer until you receive it. As soon as the bikes are in-house, the purchasable bikes are changed from preorders to normal bikes inside the bike builders, and we will begin processing orders.
Omnium will be closed from Tuesday July 21st to Monday August 3rd. This applies to our shop on Nørrebrogade, webshop order processing, and customer service (to a certain extent). If you have an email enquiry that cannot wait until the 3rd, please write URGENT in the subject ☺
Currently only with MT200 brakes
We haven’t been able to restock our MT500 brakes, so for now we have chosen to continue with using the MT200 and lowering the prices on all builds with 100€ accordingly. The price has already been reduced in the various bike builders.
We normally aim to send out complete bikes within 7 working days, but due to high demand our current waiting time could be as long as a month – We have hired more people to bring down the delivery time to 7 working days again – Sorry about the inconvenience.
Until then, take care and enjoy the summer!
The Omnium Team
Thank you all for the brilliant support over the last months! We are completely blown away by all the interest that has been shown towards Omnium and we feel deeply honored by it.
Since we have been surprised by the size of the demand that has come our way in these months, we would like to use the opportunity to communicate our road map for the future.
First off: We are on it! Bikes of all types are being currently produced or on their way to Copenhagen. If you want to have an overview of what is coming and when, please look at our future stock page.
Secondly: Please be patient! While restocking is our highest priority, there are some things we can’t push to be faster than they are currently going. From starting production to receiving it in our shop waiting times are several months, that’s how it is.
Thirdly: The turnaround from the last months is being used onto having a more stable and demand-proof in-house stock. Thank you for this!
Omnium is looking forward to the next months with a bright smile and we hope, you can bear our growing pains with us. They are definitely exhilarating and push our team steadily forward. Keeping up the quality and being there for you is still on our top-3-list (next to restocking), so you can definitely count on us going higher than ever before.
Peace out & Happy riding!
The Omnium Team
Are you in doubt about which of our cargo bikes fits you best? Have a look at our new page “Which Bike Fits Me?”. There we compared the three great corner stones of the Omnium cargo world: Cargo, Mini-Max and Mini. Showing what makes them all unique and providing useful information about their handling.
A quite positive review of our Steps8000 cargo bike, done by German cycling magazine Bike Bild. In fact its so good you can’t even buy it right now (back in spring). But we do have the Mini-max and Mini with steps in stock. Gute Fahrt!
While our bikes go through so many changes internally, it is hard at times to keep all the visuals updated. We took some time now to do just that with our Mini Variant and freshened up all the shots. Showing you all the nice colors we have, the now black handlebar and detail shots with even more details.
Founder Jimmi “Jumbo” Bargisen and boss mechanic Stefan Stein sat down to talk about how Omnium came to life and what makes our bikes so unique.
Thanks to Ophavfilm for the clip!
We took our classical Omnium Cargo frame and gave it horizontal dropouts and Gates Coupling for internal gears and belt drive. Maybe something for you?