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Titus 29er Prototype

Our first ever pre-production prototype of the new Titus Rockstar Carbon 29er has just arrived at On-One HQ. Here's a sneaky peek at the curvy black beauty on its way to the Lake Garda Bike Festival...

 

 

Meet our prototype Titus Rockstar Carbon 29er. Sculpted using state of the art high-modulus unidirectional full carbon construction, with 100mm of rear travel and tapered headtube. This is the first ever product that we've put into development since acquiring Titus and we've certainly got high hopes for it.

Titus Rockstar Carbon 29er prototype headtube

Titus Rockstar Carbon 29er prototype linkage

Titus Rockstar Carbon 29er prototype bottom bracket

As ever, we'll be undertaking significant testing to ensure every aspect of the frame is tip-top before entering production. This particular model will be exhibited at the forthcoming Lake Garda Bike Festival followed by a thrashing around the Italian Lakes by our European tester, so keep your eyes peeled for his feedback shortly.

If you're heading to the Lake Garda Bike Festival you can visit our stand to see the prototype in the flesh, plus you'll also have chance to sling a leg over a couple of top spec Titus test bikes including the racy X Carbon our mechanics just built up, pictured below.

Titus X Carbon test bike

So what do you reckon? Let us know your thoughts via the comments box below, or join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.

Don't forget you can still get your hands on a premium Titus full suspension frame, equipped with a RockShox Monarch RT3 for as little as £799 with free UK delivery direct from the USA. Click here for details.

21 April 2011

Comments

  • Steven Bond

    If your looking for someone to structural test one im your man ! Still 130kg but geting around Sherwood pines Kitchner in under an hour. My poor old carbon 456 takes the strain but I would love a full susser ?

  • ThomasH (On-One Team)

    Hi John, still at the prototype stage at the moment I'm afraid.

  • John

    Any idea when it'll be available, for what price and the likely colours used in the design?

  • ThomasH (On-One Team)

    Hi JB, the bike is being tested by our European bike tester at the moment, based on his feedback we may make some tweaks to the sizing and geometry, but it's top secret until then! ;-)

  • JB

    Any news on these frames then? Geo? Sizing? Bottom bracket and chainstay lengths? Oh and when are the Ti 29er frames coming? Must buy new bike, please make this easier.

  • ThomasH (On-One Team)

    Oscar, t0m, I'll check the BB height with our designer and report back shortly. As for price, we're not quite sure yet, depends on how many changes we want to make after testing.

  • ThomasH (On-One Team)

    JAMESS, all current Titus frames take a 30.9mm seatpost. We are also hoping to begin selling Titus branded finishing kit shortly. Keeps your eyes peeled!

  • Oscar

    Please tell me you've made the BB higher, I'm very interested in one. I've riding a few full sus 29ers they're very quick. Also what can we expect in terms of price, around a grand?

  • t0m

    Will the bottom bracket be higher than Titus' original Rockstar? Looks promising.

  • JAMESS

    Will you be selling the Titus logo parts ? Also, is the seat post 30.60 ?

  • Alex

    The white carbon frame and build looks fast just standing still. Really comes together nicely including the graphics on the wheels. You must be happy with that. Very tasty. The Titus logo parts are also a really nice touch.