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  • Premier Icon mattjg
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    Yes. (Looks nice).

    bonesetter
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    Surely you have/can get some more pics

    bigdugsbaws
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    I’d prefer a preorder, Im already sold 😆

    benslow
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    Ooooooh …… !

    Premier Icon mattjg
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    Every positive comment puts the price up twenty quid.

    We need more pics and info !!!

    rewski
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    Is that a child building that frame? For that reason I’m out.

    bonesetter
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    He isn’t

    Premier Icon brant
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    Geometry here (sort of – was in a rush)

    Premier Icon charliemort
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    I’ve come over all unnecessary

    ‘kin hell that looks nice

    rewski
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    ‘kin hell that looks nice

    how can you tell from that pic? Or are there others I’ve not seen, great free marketing for Titus though.

    Premier Icon mattjg
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    How do I get a Crudcatcher on that bendy down tube?

    wildrnes
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    I have one, it absolutely rocks!!!!!

    really flattering on technical downhills, goes like a rocket on the flat, been my go to bike for the past 4 months.

    Matt

    Rickos
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    rewski – Member
    Is that a child building that frame? For that reason I’m out.

    POSTED 9 HOURS AGO # REPORT-POST

    I think you’ll find that’s a lady.

    Premier Icon weeksy
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    What’s the BB type ? Seatpost size ? That is a tapered headset isn’t it ?

    I don’t care about Geometry… i just like shiny 🙂

    Premier Icon brant
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    What’s the BB type ? Seatpost size ? That is a tapered headset isn’t it ?

    I don’t care about Geometry… i just like shiny

    73mm threaded
    30.9mm post
    44mm upper, 49.6mm lower (external) – Smoothie Mixer standard headset.

    bonesetter
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    For the tease, drib n drab… I’m out

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    brant – Member

    What’s the BB type ? Seatpost size ? That is a tapered headset isn’t it ?

    I don’t care about Geometry… i just like shiny

    73mm threaded
    30.9mm post
    44mm upper, 49.6mm lower (external) – Smoothie Mixer standard headset

    Email sent. 🙂

    Premier Icon weeksy
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    http://www.on-one.co.uk/i/q/FRTITFL29

    Medium or large…. large or medium… Hmmm hmmm hmmmm.

    ChunkyMTB
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    So a human eye is better than a robot eye?..

    benslow
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    For the tease, drib n drab… I’m out

    It is a bit like that isn’t it … 😕

    Must work though, although less than a few years back I reckon.

    benslow
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    Btw …

    Whats the decals going to be like on this ?

    Frosted/ etched …stickers … ?

    Premier Icon brant
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    Medium or large…. large or medium… Hmmm hmmm hmmmm.

    How tall are you?

    Premier Icon weeksy
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    I’m 6’0″ I run a Medium giant XTC29 (which i think is perfect sizing). I bought an XL Yelli which was too large. I had a Large MEta which whist it felt BIG, it wasn’t ridiculous, i had a Medium Bionicon Supershutle which felt too small on 99% of riding.

    heihei
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    Brant…..another “wot size”…..

    Am 5’10.5″ and rode a 16″ 456 Ti. Prefer running short stem / wide bars for larking about in the woods type riding. What do you think?

    rwc03
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    Is exogrid dead? Too expensive to manufacture?

    Premier Icon brant
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    I’m 6’0″ I run a Medium giant XTC29 (which i think is perfect sizing). I bought an XL Yelli which was too large. I had a Large MEta which whist it felt BIG, it wasn’t ridiculous, i had a Medium Bionicon Supershutle which felt too small on 99% of riding.

    18in

    Am 5’10.5″ and rode a 16″ 456 Ti. Prefer running short stem / wide bars for larking about in the woods type riding. What do you think?

    16in

    Premier Icon brant
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    Is exogrid dead? Too expensive to manufacture?

    Expensive but gorgeous. Subject to a licensing agreement that I haven’t as yet renewed.

    rwc03
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    Thanks Brant, good to know they still might be made

    Brant – Assume this will effectively mirror the intentions of the Ti456 only in 29″ format – Figures suggest so……

    Premier Icon brant
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    Brant – Assume this will effectively mirror the intentions of the Ti456 only in 29″ format – Figures suggest so……

    Its a ruffty tuffty trail hardtail.

    So on that basis, yes.

    Premier Icon weeksy
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    Brant,
    Here’s your big salesman oppertunity….

    “why should i swap the frame of my Giant XTC29 to this one ?”

    Premier Icon mattjg
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    a progressive trail hardtail designed for tough fun trail riding … It just flat hammers, flatters and eats up the terrain like nothing else.

    … which is pretty much what I’m looking for at the moment (nice copywriting skills Brant)

    tho I’m not clear “progressive” and “without looping out on climbs or “tri bike” like seating positions” mean … anyone?

    bigdugsbaws
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    Preorder is up on the website, only £699, Im in 8) 8) 8)

    http://www.on-one.co.uk/i/q/FRTITFL29/titus_titanium_fireline_29er_frame

    Premier Icon brant
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    tho I’m not clear “progressive” and “without looping out on climbs or “tri bike” like seating positions” mean … anyone?

    It means we could have followed the masses and gone even shorter at the back end, but made handling suffer – or we could have pitched you forward to counteract that, but we didn’t.

    Progressive means it’s contemporary with new rims, tyres and forks that are arriving on the scene.

    What rim, tyre and fork do you recommend then…….?..?

    Premier Icon mattjg
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    It means we could …

    ok, fair enough, ta

    Premier Icon Clink
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    It means we could have followed the masses and gone even shorter at the back end, but made handling suffer

    Interested in your thoughts on this. I’ve ridden Canfield Yelli Screamy and Nimble 9, 2 Souls Slim Jim all with chainstays between 16.3 and 16.7″ ish. Admittedly all set up 1×9 or 1×10, but I thought (in my ltd experience) the handling was spot on with all 3.

    In your opinion how does the handling suffer? Is it seated climbing or not stable enough going down, for example?

    Premier Icon brant
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    What rim, tyre and fork do you recommend then…….?..?

    Smorgasbord on a Pacenti TL28 for now. With a nice Reba.

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