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Old 01-03-2017, 02:19 AM
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Well, not really, but neither were the titanium frames built in Italy. You might find it interesting reading through this http://wittson.com/custom-titanium-frame-builder
Very interesting, thank you.

Beautiful recent work too.
Happy 2017; it will be great to see more of your work!
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Old 01-24-2017, 12:54 PM
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Very interesting, thank you.

Beautiful recent work too.
Happy 2017; it will be great to see more of your work!
Thanks!

Here's another one!

















- road race geometry
- oversized externally and internally butted headtube for conical 1.25" fork
- bi-ovalized toptube
- integrated seatpost with a support on toptube/seatstays cross section
- ti seatmast with ti bolts
- straight seatstays
- conical hydroformed chainstays
- integrated brake cable routing
- integrated shifting cable routing
- PressFit 30 bottom bracket
- made in USA PARAGON Wright dropouts with removable alu hanger
- hand brushed finish
- custom sandblasting
- ti headbadge
- anodized bolts

Frame: Suppresio (grade 9 ti)
Fork: ENVE 2.0 Tapered 1.25" (carbon)

Groupset: CAMPAGNOLO Super Record Ti

Headset: CHRIS KING InSet 1 top x CANE CREEK bottom
Expander set: ENVE (carbon)
Stem: DEDA Superleggero 110mm (black on black)
Handlebar: DEDA Superleggera 420mm (carbon/black on black)
Handlebar tape: FIZIK Microtex (silver)

Seatmast: WITTSON (grade 9 ti)
Saddle: FIZIK Arione 00 (carbon rails/white)

Wheelset: LIGHTWEIGHT Meilenstein C WeissED (carbon)
Tyres: VITTORIA Open Corsa CX 23 (white)

Accessories:
Carbon spacers
ELITE Mejio bottle cage (carbon)
Ti bottlecage bolts

Size: M
Finish: hand brushed titanium

Weight: 6.6 kg
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Old 02-24-2017, 09:44 AM
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internal mechanical shift cables - great detail!

Impressed by how clean the frame looks without the shift cables.

Do you use a housing stop for the shift cable in the downtube or run them through a tube? I have the same question about the chainstay.

Do you have a picture of the bottom bracket before its welded to the downtube and chainstays you could share? I assume there's holes or a slot for the cables to enter & exit the BB?
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Old 02-25-2017, 04:14 PM
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Beautiful frame, beautiful details, and beautiful photos. That is how you create desire.
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Old 02-27-2017, 05:02 AM
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Impressed by how clean the frame looks without the shift cables.

Do you use a housing stop for the shift cable in the downtube or run them through a tube? I have the same question about the chainstay.

Do you have a picture of the bottom bracket before its welded to the downtube and chainstays you could share? I assume there's holes or a slot for the cables to enter & exit the BB?
Thanks! We use housing stops. You're spot on, there's holes and a holding plate for the cable to keep it in place at the BB.
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Old 03-03-2017, 06:12 AM
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If any of you guys are at the BESPOKED show in Bristol or SPIN show in London, make sure to pop down at our stand as we'll be presenting our brand new road disc machine Illuminati. Based on a super compact geometry, oversized tubes, PressFit30 bb and thru-axle dropouts this might be the stiffest frame you will ever come across. Diamond shaped toptube from seamless Grade 9 ti is just a cherry on top

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Old 03-05-2017, 12:05 PM
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Seriously beautiful frames
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Old 03-20-2017, 05:36 PM
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Seriously beautiful frames
Thanks!

Here's one hell of a project - belt driven track frame with assymetrical seatstays.

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Gorgeous bikes. I love how you're routing the cables at the head tube.
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