There is no type of cycling that demands a more versatile bike than cyclocross.

There is no material in cycling that is more versatile than titanium. A well-designed Ti cross bike is as responsive as a road racing bike, but also smooth and planted on rough terrain. It turns quickly, but still holds a line when you’re descending over rocks and roots and fallen competitors.

In a sport rightfully known for its harsh conditions, it is simply the most durable material to build a bike out of. With the addition of custom Enve composites carbon main triangle tubing, we can take advantage of all of the qualities of titanium, while shaving weight and adding the stiffness and vibration damping of top-of-the-line carbon. That plus the sculpted aesthetic of laser cut lugs and the ti-carbon mix makes for a truly special cross bike.

Pricing

Complete Custom Bikes :: $6,500 to $10,000+
Custom Titanium Frameset Price :: $4,900
Custom Ti-Carbon Frameset Price :: $6,900

Standard Features

Fully custom frame geometry and tube selection
Meticulously TIG-welded construction
68mm English-threaded BB
Firefly custom 142x12mm flat-mount disc brake dropouts
Proprietary Adaptive Butted Tubing
Oversized head tube for tapered forks
Enve thru-axle disc cross fork

Options

Internal Di2 or EPS routing // $200
Internal brake routing // $350 (only available with Ti)
Pressfit30 or T47 bottom bracket shell // $75 (included with Ti-Carbon)
3D-printed chainstay yoke for 700c x 42mm or 650b x 2.1″ tires // $200
135mm quick release disc or 130mm rim brake dropouts // no extra cost
1 1/8″ head tube // no extra cost
Oversized tapered head tube for tapered forks // $100
Parlee disc cross fork with integrated fender mounts // $100
Proprietary tapered carbon integrated seat post // $800
S&S couplers // $1000
Rack mounts // no extra cost
Fender mounts // no extra cost
Pump peg // no extra cost

Bosch ebike upgrade // complete builds start at $9200 (only available on full ti bikes within the US)

Today is the 2-year anniversary of the delivery of my Firefly. I wanted to let you know that I still absolutely love my bike. It’s got about 6800 miles on it and has been to Colorado, New York, and Tennessee (in addition to here in Texas of course). I’ve changed out a couple parts due to fit and wear but otherwise it might as well be brand new. I especially like how it handles rough roads. I’m not sure how or why, but it has unquestionably made me a better rider.

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