Show me your ti bikes

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RichTheRoadie
Tinker, Taylor, Tart
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by RichTheRoadie

My new Eriksen:

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Thanos
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by Thanos

My Mason BokehTi, not a weight weenie build at all, and more a "do anything" than pure road bike, but I love it. Now, if I could just shake my cold and chest infection so I could actually ride the damn thing....
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With my wife's Shand Stooshie!

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alibudia1712
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by alibudia1712

Nice Thread and lots great Titanium Bike. :thumbup:

My 2016 Lynskey Viale Disc for commuting.
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Marin
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by Marin

Winter setup:

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J00P
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by J00P

I recently built up an On-One Pickenflick.

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NickJHP
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by NickJHP

Mine are mostly touring style machines, with nothing lightweight about them:

Litespeed Blue Ridge tourer, with Rohloff hub and retrofitted with S&S couplers:
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Hampsten Tournesol custom 650B:
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Baum custom 650B:
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Kinesis Tripster ATR II:
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Marin
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by Marin

Haha you have like 7 versions of the same bike :D

I'd be the same if I had just a little less self control

NickJHP
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by NickJHP

Marin wrote:
Fri Mar 02, 2018 2:23 pm
Haha you have like 7 versions of the same bike :D

I'd be the same if I had just a little less self control
Yeah, I have too many bikes, though those four bikes were purchased over a 20 year period. And I scatter them around the world - when I got the Hampsten, I decided on my next tour in Europe that I would leave the Litespeed in my brother's attic in Switzerland, so now when I go touring in Europe I have a good bike waiting for me, and when I got the Baum I did the same with the Hampsten - it now lives in my sister's attic in Western Australia, where I frequently visit family.

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phillyt1988
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by phillyt1988

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Popped my Zipp 202's on ready for a Mallorca trip.

Nixster
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by Nixster

Nice Burls!
Tell me more, what model, size, fork etc.?

KarlC
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CLEAR
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by CLEAR

Recent state.... 2012 Litespeed Archon T1

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CLEAR
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by CLEAR

Thanks :beerchug: as it sits ready to ride now around upper 5ish kg. At its lowest was very low 5kg with pretty much all THM parts, Clavicula, Scapula S, and Fibula, Recon cassette (useless), also have AX Orion, AX wheels, tuned LW rd etc which never installed and all moved to next bike which is steel and just curious how ww a steel frame can be made to. For now the Archon is back to full Campy gruppo just because and wanting something reliable not worried if ridden in group rides.

iwantone
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by iwantone

Very nice. You dip the tips of the crank arms in some pink... paint?

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