Show me your ti bikes

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Flyfishing3
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by Flyfishing3

thanks man, i still can't figure out why thats vanishing on me.

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SWijland
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I knew Litespeed did some very cool ti frame in the past, but the Kocmo frame I just got in is pretty amazing too. Judging by the threaded fork steerer I am guessing it is pretty old. Despite that, it features an airfoil shaped downtube and a machined fork crown.


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Looks like the Litespeed Blade. What plans do you have for it?

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Juanmoretime wrote:Sweet custom. :thumbup:


Thank-you mate!

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jbaillie wrote:Looks like the Litespeed Blade. What plans do you have for it?


No plans, just wanted to show it to you guys. I does look a lot like the Litespeed blade from a distance, but when you look at the down tube closely you will notice it has an actual airfoil shape, whereas the Blade just had ovalized tubing.

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by choplee

My first post and thought i'd just share my first Ti bike with you guy's all the way from Kent in England . I'll have it hopefully this weekend ,so to burn some tarmac before the wet weather set's in for the winter :thumbup:
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looks nice. Enjoy yourself :welcome:

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I must admit i have told them i don't really want a wheel that is that deep and a tub , so i've got a set of bontrager aura 5 wheels only on her with white spoke set ....i'll update the photo when i go for my final fitting and bring her home :-) :thumbup:

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She's arrived .... :thumbup:
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What saddle is that? A re-leathered Romin? Looks comfy :)

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Nice bike! Never liked the Easton aero fork though (not on any bike for that matter).

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by choplee

The saddle is the new Bontrager serano RXL ....it's quite a classic look ...just trying to get used to it at the moment and keep you posted on it's long distance comfort .....

The easton aero forks seem to suit the Archon frame design quite well being chunkier ,but got the frame for a good price with the fork and chris king headset :thumbup:

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Finally I get to be part of this thread.
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by KB

That Moots looks fantastic, especially with the forks almost matching the frame. Very well done.

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by apexrider

Very nice indeed! What bottle cage have you got there?

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