• Hi, for sale rare russian Titanium lo-pro from mid 90’s. About 30 units were made.

    Crazy titanium machined head-lug. “Formula Ti” based on NIAT (National Institute of Aviation Technology) was created in 1993 after the collapse of the Soviet Union.

    Perfect condition, original fork. For sale only frame and fork.

    Worldwide shipping.



    TT 56cm c-c

    ST 56.5cm c-t

    ST 53.5-54cm c-c

    Effective TT lenght 54cm

    Standover height is 79cm

    Weight about 1,7-1,8kg

    1 inch threaded headset.

    english BB

    $1150 USD plus shipping
    Lo-pro Titanium Track Bike Russian Formula Ti. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Priority Mail.

    Buyer pays estimated shipping from Texas

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  • Hells bells. That’s quite something!

  • It is interesting, and unique, but, really, isn't a low-pro frame jut an oddity? Bit of historical or aesthetic interest? It's not like you would be likely to build this up, let alone ride it? I have two in the stable. A track version in Columbus KL tubing and a beautiful Cliff Scrubb which I purchased just because the lug work and the portions that are filet brazed are incredible. But I paid a fraction of this for both. GLWS. Maybe there are people out there who are willing to pay big bucks for these things. No harm in testing the market of course.

  • Bit of an unnecessary piss-on-your-bonfire post.

  • it's just a comment about the desirability of lo-pro frames, and only an opinion. I don't think it would stop anyone from making an offer, do you? Is it now out of bounds to have an opinion on the forum? Did you read the last two sentences of my post. Did they sound like I was "pissing" on someone. Are you maybe a bit delicate?

  • if no one clicks that link, then its ok.

  • I’m trying to work out what the idea was behind that head tube arrangement, and failing. Afraid I have to agree to a point with 71349, lo-pro frames were a complete waste of time and effort for reasons too many to list here, but that’s still an eye-catching frame. You’ll be lucky to see half of the asking price, though.

  • You serious? The seller or someone else is selling exactly the same frame on eBay which is against the forum rules

  • I’m trying to work out what the idea was behind that head tube arrangement, and failing.

    Stem attachment between the headset bearings. Also seen on Fignon's Gitane

    And Nicole Cooke's Walser

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FS: Titanium Lo-pro Track frameset Formula Ti ~54cm

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