Finish Options

We love the look of raw titanium, and our feeling has always been that best looking and most timeless finishes highlight the beauty of the metal itself. By mixing raw finishes like brushed, bead blasted, polished, and anodized titanium, we can stay true to that philosophy while creating an endless array of unique and personal designs. Our stock finishes include “Firefly” on both sides of the down tube, our logo behind the seat tube, “Boston” graphic at the base of the down tube, and our stainless steel or titanium head badge. Use the configurator below, selecting a base finish first and then different logo treatments and add-ons, to visualize a great variety of our custom finish options.

  • blasted finish
    Bead Blasted Titanium: Our stock finish. The slightly textured and matte surface is super durable and provides a perfect backdrop for graphics, from subtle brushed titanium logos to vivid anodized colors. Bead blasted titanium also allows us to create extremely crisp lines and fine details in custom graphics.
  • brushed finish
    Brushed Titanium (+$300): This is the classic titanium finish, and we take it to another level with two days of meticulous hand-finish work for an extraordinarily consistent shine. Brushed titanium is also very durable and can even be touched up with Scotch Brite if it ever does get scratched or scuffed.
  • Blasted Ti Frame: No charge
  • Brushed Logos: No charge
  • Polished logos: $100
  • Colored Ano: $200
  • Color Fade Ano: $400
  • Splatter Ano: $700
  • Name on Top Tube: No charge
  • Made in Boston: No charge
  • Ano Head Badge: $50
  • Total Finish cost :: $0
  • Brushed Ti Frame: $300
  • Blasted Logos: No charge
  • Polished logos: $100
  • Colored Ano: $200
  • Color Fade Ano: $400
  • Name on Top Tube: No charge
  • Made in Boston: No charge
  • Ano Head Badge: $50
  • Total Finish cost :: $0
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Just wanted to say thanks for building an absolutely great ride for me. Honestly I was a bit apprehensive going into this process since I have always had a chance to test ride whatever I was buying, but in this case I was flying blind. Needless to say all my fears have been put to rest.

Last weekend I got to take the bike out for its first proper ride. It was a 40mi/4500ft ride which had some 14% stretches, some great technical descents and a flat section with not so great pavement. The bike handled all of these with aplomb. The frame was stiff without being uncomfortable and plenty compliant over the rough loose gravel sections without feeling slow.

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