The Titus Ti Fireline Evo29 is a progressive trail hardtail designed for tough fun trail riding, optimised around an 120mm travel suspension fork (526mm a-c, 15mm lower external headset cup).
Fitted with ISCG05 tabs, 160mm post brake mount, replaceable rear mech hanger, the Ti Fireline Evo29 is a competent and contemporary model, designed to give a great ride for many years.
Custom swaged tubing, cold worked by our craftsmen, hand welded, hand finished and checked by eye. No robots here.
Geometry and frame fittings complement each other. Short, true, 17.1in centre-to-centre chainstays balance the fore-aft weight perfectly whether up or downhill. Huge tyre clearance is assured thanks to the tapered bespoke chainstay c section, bracing the chainstays, increasing tyre clearance, guarding against chain abrasion, and yet using tubular Ti where necessary to keep weight down and stiffness up.
With a static 67.7deg head angle at rest with an 120mm fork and external headset, the Fireline Evo uses our Mixer Taper standard and is compatible with all styles of fork, and even angle adjust headsets to fine tune the handling more.
Seat angle sits around a pedal perfect 73degs when at -ride height" balancing perfectly with the short rear stays for maximum seated traction without looping out on climbs or -tri bike" like seating positions. It just flat hammers, flatters and eats up the terrain like nothing else.
One set of bottle bosses allows seat dropping with ease. 31.6mm seat post size means dropper post compatibility. A triple chainset fits, as does 2x9, 2x10, 1x11.
Please note: We recommend using a maximum of 2.25" width tyres.
|Rider Height||Inside Leg||Suggested Frame Size||Stem Length|
|5′6″ to 5′10″||28”-31”||16”||40-60mm|
|5′9″ to 6′1″||30”-34”||18”||40-60mm|
|5′10" to 6′2″||32”-35”||19.5”||40-60mm|
|6′ to 6′5″||33”-38”||21”||40-80mm|
All frame size recommendations are approximate. A good fit will also depend on the correct choice of stem length, correct bike set-up for the rider and riding style.
Correct frame size choice can also depend on a rider’s torso and limb length.