Show us your Titanium! - Ti and Stainless bikes

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  • Anyone have a 53-55 cm ti frame(track/fixed). that they’d like to let go of?

  • What size is it?

  • My Litespeed is a 54

  • Anyone had any experience with the lynskey helix frames? Can't find too much about it online other than some contradicting reviews

  • I sent you a pm

  • They look terrible

  • I've begun to quite like the helix shape tbh! Definitely skeptical at first

  • Terrible photo but my pals Wittson is coming together nicely and going to be so nice when finished!


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  • Any recommendations for seatposts? Tried to get one from Torus but they can't do 31.6 setback.

  • Merlin almost complete 😊


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  • I’ve not tried to upload anything here yet... here goes nothing!
    My mid 90’s NZ made Tinamics. (terrible) Photo taken on a ride out on “Roubaix Day”.


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  • Hello I would like to get feedback from current and previous owners of the Moda Senza titanium bike. What are the pros and cons of the frame? Thanks in advance.

  • Recent Van Nicholas pic


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  • Now with non matching rims:

  • A lovely Wittson frame I gifted my mate. He's just finished building it but stem needs a trim and a few spacers fewer.


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  • A lovely Wittson frame I gifted my mate

    You're the best sort of friend there is!

  • I'm really keen on getting a ti or stainless road bike. I've been looking at Van Nicholas, which look great, but I was wondering if anyone had any thoughts on other brands theyd recommend?

  • Rourke 953...love mine..bespoke ...made in UK...great ride.
    Wouldn't hesitate recommending them.

  • Van Nich are okay value though there was a history, maybe back in 2014, of people 'on here' who owned them and they were cracking regularly around the chainstays. Obviously that's the minority, though.

  • The good thing about Van Nicholas is their warranty, as if your frame does crack then they'll replace it with no quibbles. A friend's MTB went about 6 years after he bought it and they exchanged it for a new frame.

  • Well, that's fair enough then! Be nice if it didn't crack but ya know. I've not looked at bikes or components for a long time as I've had my Talbot for a couple of years now, but isn't this stupid good value? Aesthetics aside...

    https://www.planetx.co.uk/i/q/CBPXSPITUL­TR8000/planet-x-spitfire-shimano-ultegra­-r8000-titanium-road-bike

  • 25 pounds extra to have brakes cables hooked up Euro/USA style?

  • If they have to modify a bike that's already prebuilt then I don't think that's unreasonable. A bike shop would charge the same. If they're building from scratch seems a bit stingy. Doesn't detract from the value though.

  • Hello. Has anyone a good address to repair a cracked titanium chainstay?
    Cheers
    P

  • Enigma will do...but I have a number of a guy I found on fb marketplace...I'll DM.

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