Tire Clearance: Up to 700x45mm and 650bx53mm
Brake Style: Disc, long-reach caliper, or linear-pull
Material: Titanium

Everywhere you look, there’s a new category of bikes. Touring bikes, light-touring bikes, city bikes, commuters, cruisers, and on and on. It can be, and often is, bewildering.

The reason for all of those names is simple: there are many ways to use a bike. But it doesn’t have to be confusing.

We’re open to building almost anything…

…and as a result, many of the bikes we make don’t fit easily into any one category. Tell us how you want to use the bike, or about other bikes that inspire you, and we’ll discuss the best way to create your ideal bike. The options are endless, but helping you choose from those options to arrive at the perfect combination for you is our specialty.

 

Pricing

Complete Custom Bikes :: $6,500 to $10,000+
Custom Frame Price :: $4,700

Standard Features

Fully custom frame geometry and tube selection
Meticulous TIG-welded construction
68mm English-threaded BB
1⅛” HT

Options

Internal Di2 or EPS routing // $200
Internal brake routing // $350
Pressfit30 or T47 BB // $75
Firefly 135mm QR or 142x12mm thru-axle disc brake dropouts // $200
Enve G-Series Gravel fork // $500
Rodeo Spork Carbon with rack mounts // $100
Custom steel fork // $400-$800
Straight oversized head tube for tapered forks // $200
Tapered oversized head tube for tapered forks // $300
Rack mounts // no extra cost
Fender mounts // no extra cost
Pump peg // no extra cost
Travel couplers // $1300
Horizontal dropouts with or without hanger // no extra cost
Custom frame bag mounts // $100
Belt drive splitter // $300
Integrated lighting // $200

Bosch ebike upgrade // complete builds start at $8900 (only available on full ti bikes within the US)

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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