A project 10 months in the making, my new custom built titanium 29er MTB. Built by this Darren Crisp in Italy (http://www.crisptitanium.com/blog).
I haven't had a chance to ride it yet. I just finished building it this afternoon. I'll get out on it tomorrow.
I put the deposit down on the frame in the summer, it was a bit of a wait, Darren doesn't make too many frames in the year. Well worth it though.
I built the bike up myself. I've a couple of details to sort out - the forks need decals (on the way) and the seatclamp is temporary (the orange one I got with the post is the wrong size).
Industry 9 Hubs on Stans Crest 29er rims. I went with brown hubs rather than just been obvious and getting black.
The forks were resprayed to match, again black would have been obvious, I think brown looks good. It needs decals though, I have a set (in orange) on the way, we'll see how they look. The steerer needs cut again.
I'm running the drivetrain 1x9, an 11-36 cassette and a 36T front chainring on a modded XTR M960 crankset.
More frame detail - the decals are etched.
Full spec is:
Fox F29 100mm
Industry 9 hubs on Stans Crest with Rocket Ron, tubeless
Enve Carbon Riser brs
XTR Race brakes
XTR 9 speed shifter
Saint rear mech
Moots Open Road RSL stem 100mm
Fizik Gobi XM Kium Saddle
MRP 1x chainkeeper
Eggbeater SL pedals
XTR M960 cranks
Chris King bottom bracket and inset headset
The most expensive stem in the world.