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New unique-to-us “rough brushed” finish. I wanted something raw and funky, not mirrored and poncy.
Looks good I reckon. What does it say on the chain stay non-drive side???
Top secret. You’ll have to buy one to find out
I’m quite tempted, especially if I can get one on bike to work or whatever through a LBS etc. Trying to justify one instead of my 3 year old 456… Keep up the good work; nice to see your stuff being developed and evaluated so publically.
JA, try looking here:
only don’t tell brant I told you
At £1299.99, do you think you may have overpriced the ti? I thought you would have at least matched the 456 for price.
I’m not going to sit here and go through point by point why this frame is better than another frame.
But suffice to say if you look at the detailing, finish, features and performance, I don’t think it’s overpriced.
There’s no hardtail titanium frame out there with the detail features this has.
If you’re looking for a “value titanium” brand then there are plenty of other options, and always someone willing to go under the price of someone else.
If you’re just buying a ti bike on “it’s made out of Ti”, then sure, this isn’t the one for you.
Just an observation lad, not a criticism. I was not looking for a cheap option, it is just a bit more than I can afford.
I wish you all the best in your venture and will look at the steel or Al when they come out as an eventual replacement for the Stiffee.
Looks really good
Looks from the pictures like this run of the Ti version doesn’t have the adjustment to the hebden bridge that you posted about the other day for the blue pig?
Any idea when they are due @ CRC
Somehow it doesn’t seem quite the same without some kind of special pre-order offer!
Different construction methods led to no change on the to model.
don’t miss much these guys… development in the public eye , brave of you Brant,,,, imagine what thay would say about the early prototypes of one of the bikes I built..
Ti bike looks great,, finish and graphics look good,,, glad the new company has a sense of houmour, umlike a former company I once worked for
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