EN ISO 4210-2 certified
After years of waiting for the right moment, the testing is finally done. I've thought this will be a fair job to have it and to be able to prove the liability of my work. It isn't cheap if you're asking. And to be totally fair, the tested frame is from 2015, it’s the road disc in mint colour. 1" track fork is also from that year. Only the fork and stem for the frame was built just recently.
The frame is gone, the HT part is damaged from testing and the same for the track fork. Frame fork looks good, the stem survived without a scratch.
They've done 100K cycles with torque matching trekking type of riding. Road would've been less torque logically.
The frame is Columbus Life, internal routing in top tube and left seat stay. Fork blades are Cromor. Stem is chromoly tubing.