Show me your ti bikes

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Colton
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by Colton

We could start a whole new super race of bikes and take over the world...
Haahahahhaaaa.....

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Rich_W
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by Rich_W

Here's a pic of the last full-ti bike I was on back from 2001. Team Issue DA7700, Full SRP Bolt Kit, Aliente Carbon, Zipp 404s, Look 396s, Chris KingTi Headset, King Cages.

This was a super-sweet rig, and I still regret getting rid of this frame. It was one of the very first compact Serotta's... and before they started off using standard 8cm bb drop. This is a 7cm drop.
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My Vortex.

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wooly
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by wooly

Posted before but here she is:
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Well I better post my Ghisallo here too.

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by HXTi

DANG!!!!!

Fantastic looking frames guys. I love the clean elegant look of brushed ti frames.

PYF...nice to see you're still posting. Your frames are sweet.

Anybody have a merlin/spectrum with those 1 inch diameter chainstays? Curious how much they had to indent or bend for tire/chainring clearance. Merlin's are pretty straight via Tom Kellogg's design and yet still fit with clearance. I just wanted to see some close ups and rear view if possible to see how they pulled it off. Usually the biggest ones us 7/8" diameter stays.

Keep the pics coming.....still waiting for my custom Ti.

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Man, we are completely out of bikes right now, otherwise I'd post something new...

We have two prototypes that will be done in a couple weeks (3-4) and then I can put them up. One is a gnarly track bike (limited edition named Mawuse), and the other will be a road bike.

Until those are ready, I'll leave you with this...
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Mario Jr.
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by Mario Jr.

wooly wrote:Posted before but here she is:


I´m in love! That bike is so classy.
If the bars were a little lower and shallower I think it would fit me. 8)

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by daved

Here's mine. 2002 Merlin Agilis.
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Mario Jr.
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lancejohnson wrote:Man, we are completely out of bikes right now, otherwise I'd post something new...

We have two prototypes that will be done in a couple weeks (3-4) and then I can put them up. One is a gnarly track bike (limited edition named Mawuse), and the other will be a road bike.

Until those are ready, I'll leave you with this...


Damn. I need to repeat myself here... love it.
What is the availability for a frame to denmark? ....and the price?

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@mario - we would be happy to send you one from the states. at the moment we have no danish dealers, but would be happy to have one if you have a favorite. the prices start at US3500 for a frame and fork. from there the potions are almost limitless...
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lancejohnson wrote:@mario - we would be happy to send you one from the states. at the moment we have no danish dealers, but would be happy to have one if you have a favorite. the prices start at US3500 for a frame and fork. from there the potions are almost limitless...

I'm looking at the Temple in the background. I am considering getting one. Could you tell me how it rides? Stiff or not? How is the fit service? Weight range for the frame? Thanks

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rustychain - i assume you are talking about the aero bike? the stiffness is very good. we use a massive bladed 6/4 downtube and a unique construction to triangulate the bb and make it stiffer. the weight has been between roughly a kilo for a small frame and about 3lbs for a 61cm (just did for a client in Florida).

we spent a lot of time working out the design so that it rides like a lively ti bike and gets rid of road buzz like a good carbon bike. my favorite description to date is "the cleanest feeling bike i've ever been on," from a local pro who asked us to build bikes for him with his sponsor's logo...
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by ViperZ

Nice rigs!

Since mine is under construction, I only have half finished pictures :lol:

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