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    Started up the triton blog
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    Hand brushing option is now available (apart from sandblasting and powder coating)

    This unicycle frame will be featured in the Unicycle Magazine soon






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    Some recent finished projects

    Triton 29er with low standover














    Trials 24" frame powder coated black with floating 180mm rotor disc brake horizontal dropouts and V-brake mounts











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    Nice try with rapid titan.
    Lowend russian titan on mtbr...

    These frames was very good product when they sells for 150$. For that price you can forgive them wrong dimensions and angles, strange unbatted titanium tubes and awful dropouts...

    I'm from Russia... seems it close many times. And think that rapid-titan makes crap-frames for touring bikes and nothing more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tasselhof
    Nice try with rapid titan.
    Lowend russian titan on mtbr...

    These frames was very good product when they sells for 150$. For that price you can forgive them wrong dimensions and angles, strange unbatted titanium tubes and awful dropouts...

    I'm from Russia... seems it close many times. And think that rapid-titan makes crap-frames for touring bikes and nothing more.

    Hi there,

    Thanks for an opinion on Rapid. However, I am here not on behalf of Rapid, but on behalf of Triton Bikes. I have been working with them closely for many years and I agree there were quality issues back in the days. But I have put a lot of effort to avoid this. I mean, a LOT OF EFFORT. Many hours, days and months. Untill I started getting proper results that satisfied me.
    Every frame is carefully checked before the dispatch. The geometry is correct.
    For certain frames I use the dropouts of my own design and they do look well and are functional at the same time.

    The price of a frame is what the customers are willing to pay for it. There are Tritons all over the world. And their owners are satisfied with them. I receive thankful letters from my customers and this says it all.

    At the moment a new production facility is being developed where we will have wider capabilities.
    I will post up photos one day soon.

    BTW: Strange unbutted tubes?? Hey, do you know that a set of Reynolds double-butted tubing for single frame delivered to Russia costs more than US$ 800?
    The tubes we use now - they work. They are strong and light. And the frames made out of these tubes make all types of riders happy - from trials riders to XC guys. Just like my Tritons make me happy.

    Thanks,

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    Recent 24" trials powder coated Triton built up in Quebec, Canada
    Weight ~8.9 kg





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    Non-butted Ti tubes surely don't put me off!
    They are stronger against impacts that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes
    Some recent finished projects

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    Trials 24" frame powder coated black with floating 180mm rotor disc brake horizontal dropouts and V-brake mounts











    which Toyota car is that? Russian model only?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    which Toyota car is that? Russian model only?
    Looks like a pretty standard avensis to me (they're not particularly uncommon over here)

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    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    which Toyota car is that? Russian model only?
    EnglishT is right. This is a Toyota Avensis. They do not sell them in North America. They were available in Europe, Russia and its neighbours, also Japan. It's the size of an Accord. A new style Avensis has been available since 2009.

    It's got various engines, from 1.6 to 2.4. Mine is 2.4. Nice family car with everything you need inside. It's got over 200k km on the odo (over 120k miles). It's taken me all over Europe (done over 40k km in EU in it) and eastern exUSSR countries.
    It never failed but it's kinda dull. Just like all Toyotas

    I organize trials competitions in Ukraine and this car takes me there every year (over 2000 km drive full of bumps and pot holes).











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    That's one trialsy car. o_O
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnglishT
    Looks like a pretty standard avensis to me (they're not particularly uncommon over here)

    oh I just love Toyotas
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuck_chorris
    oh I just love Toyotas
    Why?

    Ok, they're good cars (especially re: reliability) but not particularly inspiring...




    Ps: Have you ever tried the thing with google where you type in "find chuck norris" and hit the 'feeling lucky' button?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnglishT
    Why?

    Ok, they're good cars (especially re: reliability) but not particularly inspiring...




    Ps: Have you ever tried the thing with google where you type in "find chuck norris" and hit the 'feeling lucky' button?
    yea I Just did that, but me and him are cool now. anytime I see a Toyota that I haven't seen before i have to ask, right now I am looking into buying a pre 2000 Std. cab Tacoma
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    Posting up recent frames and bikes

    This bike has been built as a birthday present for a Russian senator
    It was first planned as a fully XTR bike but since these parts are extremely expensive here in Russia and we were short of time - we had to go for XT.

    So many times I have heard from my friends who just started riding bikes: "Man, I love my bike, but I have to lean forward to reach the bars and my ass hurts. My mum's bike feels much better. What do I change here?"
    I knew this bike will never be used for hardcore XC riding, but rather for recreational riding in the local forest. So I made it more comfortable than standard XC bikes usually are:
    1) used FSA stem with variable angle. It is heavier than the normal stems but it can let the rider choose the most comfortable position
    2) put Ritchey WCS riser bars for more vertical and relaxed riding position
    3) used comfortable wide saddle with gel inserts
    4) put Wellgo platform pedals with sealed bearings so the guy would never slip off the pedals

    The bike feels very nice and at the same time it's techy. Gears switch, brakes stop, the fork works and locks.
    The guy was happy
    All the guests had tried it that night. One even fell off the bike and injured himself a bit. Don't drink and ride!










    Street trials frame powdercoated sky blue. Integrated cable routing. We leave a wire in the frame for easier brake installation











    My dad's street bike.Triton frame and forks.
    I love this one. When dad isn't riding, then I ride it It just feels sooo good. Quite fast (especially if you put the seat higher), powerfull brakes let me do some trials moves, it can bunny hop real high and it is light. Thanks to a Ti forks. It flexes a bit when I do mistakes and at the same time it's only 700 gr.

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    That senator guy should get himself some knee-shin pads! )
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    Makes me want to be a russian senator!
    (sad that she'll probably just collect dust though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowMongoose
    Makes me want to be a russian senator!
    (sad that she'll probably just collect dust though)
    When his friends were ordering the bike I made sure he would be riding it.
    He's got a couple of other bicycles and motorbikes. He does ride. Which is cool

    I will take the bike to the mechanic in the end of autumn to do all the checks. We'll see if it had been used much or not.
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    Posting up photos from the recent trip to Vyborg Outdoor trials comp (located just near the Finnish-Russian border).

    Was glad to see many tritons ridden there


























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    More shots of the ladies from the third pic?

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    any plans to make a full sus triton? (beautiful bikes btw)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oblisk
    any plans to make a full sus triton? (beautiful bikes btw)
    Thanks!

    I do not get many requests on full sus bikes and therefore trying to concentrate on hardtails.
    Sometimes I get fed up with the bumps hitting my back when I ride in the woods, so I may come up with a full sus bike for myself first
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    if you do make it all mountain ( long travel) ill buy one your bikes are beautiful

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    Recent Triton build from Poland
    29er frame, lowered top tube for less standover height.
    1685 grams raw finish frame. White finish added 65 grams.
    Total bike weight 10.7 kg.











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    Recent bike I built up. Matt black powder coating (as had been required by the customer).
    Middle-range parts. XT rear mech. The rest is Deore.

    It's very hot in Moscow and the bike gets extremely hot in seconds.













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    Tired me and the bike

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    great looking bikes

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    Great stuff!


    Mine is getting a new fork (tomorrow) as my fox is pretty much shot... pics will follow as soon as reasonably possible.


    Dmi, since the pic I gave you of the first (rideable but not complete) build was rather scrappy, I'd be happy to clean her up fully and provide you with a better one now she's tidier (and I'll have time to spend on getting the pic right rather than rushing it because I had to take them quickly before a roadtrip to ride).

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnglishT
    Great stuff!


    Mine is getting a new fork (tomorrow) as my fox is pretty much shot... pics will follow as soon as reasonably possible.


    Dmi, since the pic I gave you of the first (rideable but not complete) build was rather scrappy, I'd be happy to clean her up fully and provide you with a better one now she's tidier (and I'll have time to spend on getting the pic right rather than rushing it because I had to take them quickly before a roadtrip to ride).
    Thanks! Send me some pics I will post them up here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes
    Thanks! Send me some pics I will post them up here


    Well, this is the most recent picture, will clean her up and get you some better pics when the new fork is sorted out.



    (Note, brakeline for the rear is deliberately just a touch on the long side as bars get switched between wide 750s for funtimes and these narrower 660's for xc)

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    Dmitry.. I have been following this thread and find your frames amazing... The white 29r frame,,, was that taken in Sopot, Poland... Im from PL.. just looks so familiar...

    Good luck with everything that you do.. Who knows, I might need a bike when Im in Poland soon again.. instead of sending my FS there...

    -Jessica

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    Ok Dmi (as promised) I took a few photos... but was in kinda a rush to get out and ride (Coed Llandegla, my favourite - riding buddy took a couple of pics, will post those aswell when I have them) so not particularly clean, didnt align tires up, didnt choose a suitable spot, didnt use a stick (instead of a washing pole) to prop up etc etc etc...

    Thus, results are not particularly good (though probably still better than the one you have now).

    Travel is 20mm less than on the talas (its a 120mm minute - 09 super absolute, for those keeping score) but length is closer to the figure the frame was designed around (my talas is longer than 495 as its longer than the minute, IIRC some years 32 talas were 515, not sure if 07 is one of them... the minute is 498).
    Feels more balanced and poised, but still pretty damn slack - rides better than before, has gone from being a great bike to being truly sublime and I really dont see how it could get any better - geo feels spot on, weight distrobution feels spot on and the compliance is just about right...


    Enjoy (but dont bother to use these unless you really want to, I'll post up more later).


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    As promised...

    Sadly, batteries on camera were low so very little oppertunity to get many pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PVDRIDER
    Dmitry.. I have been following this thread and find your frames amazing... The white 29r frame,,, was that taken in Sopot, Poland... Im from PL.. just looks so familiar...

    Good luck with everything that you do.. Who knows, I might need a bike when Im in Poland soon again.. instead of sending my FS there...

    -Jessica
    Hi Jessica,
    Thank you! Yes, that place is somewhere in Poland but I do not know where exactly. Most likely you are right
    Will be posting up more stuff here.

    Cheers!

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    Triton back on track after forest fires in Russia. Even had evacuate my whole family to the North-West of the country.

    Voila, Triton titanium fork for dirt jumping. Hand brushed. Built for a customer from New Caledonia. I have studied economic geography at university, but I still had to look up the place in google maps haha









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    Are those dropouts welded twice to fork legs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Random Psycho
    Are those dropouts welded twice to fork legs?
    Yes, the dropouts go through the legs and there are 4 welds holding each dropout on the leg.
    Of course the dropouts are drilled inside to save weight.
    Still this fork is quite heavy - around 900 gr. But the steel ones are usually 1.5kg.








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    I don't see any geometry for the cross country frames. Did I miss it somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mopartodd
    I don't see any geometry for the cross country frames. Did I miss it somewhere?
    No, you did not miss anything. We will be making up a range of standard models in future. For the moment all the Tritons are custom built according to the customer's requests and needs.

    Thanks,

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    My poor Toyota was too low to cope with the offroad conditions at the trials competitions we run...



    ...so we needed a full wheel drive car that could take many bikes and people.
    Also I am a fan of old-fashioned cars so we went for a Landy

    Enjoying it. It can fit up to 7 passengers or 4 bikes inside + two bikes on the roof and 3 passengers.
















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    My German friend/partner/retailer and his friend riding they fat Triton unicycles in the Alps









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    Man Dmitry, Your bikes are super sexy. The Land Rover too. I wish you great success. I would like to see more of your work over here in America. Good Luck.

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    Have you done any road/street/fixie bikes?

    I am not sure I am able to buy anything soon but have been thinking of a slightly tough bike with road geometry, using 26" wheels to keep it compact even with tires that are not really roadrace skinny.

    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    claydough001, thank you very much!

    perttime, yes we did build CX/road frames. Unfortunately I do not have the images of those frames. Your frame will be the first to be shown here haha PM'ing you right now
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    Dmitry, it is money, or lack of it, that is keeping me from getting into details now...

    I have bookmarked you site

    The CX bike you mentioned in the PM looks good too. I' better not post it here for you, as I am not sure if it is something you have done or something you can do.

    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    Ok ENOUGH with all the advertising photos and crap. This forum has rules on advertising and this thread is way over the line already.
    I don't post to generate business for myself or make like I'm better than sliced bread

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    Dmi - is the ti-left-street not applicable? Or do you not have the pics you sent me?

    Just curious, it might be interesting to post them up (if you still have them), if not, I might have them if you want them posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeEight
    Ok ENOUGH with all the advertising photos and crap. This forum has rules on advertising and this thread is way over the line already.
    Dear DeeEight,

    I am sorry about this. But I follow a number of threads lead by framebuilders where they post the latest frames and built bikes and step to step frame building photos. This is very interesting to me first of all because I am a rider and love all those new things in my favorite hobby and sport.
    Though they do post threads in other sections like 29ers and others.

    I spoke to Forrest Arakawa back in the day, the Consumer Review sales manager (who's also managing advertising here at MTBR). The thing was that I was willing to but I couldn't yet afford to advertise here. I am not a huge mighty brand with production in China, headquarter and hundreds of employees. Triton is my small hobby that yet hardly looks like a business. I still love it though and doing my best to develop it.
    Forrest told me he would post a free press-release about Triton on the mtbr homepage. I was really happy to hear that!

    We both ride bikes. Imagine you were me. How would you let people know about your project? Please help me to do it better than this. I can post new interesting things at my website but it's hardly visited for the moment.
    I could probably buy a banner here. But still I want to communicate with the riders, hear what they think. If there's another nice way to do that, please let me know. Maybe I miss something here.

    Thanks,

    Dmitry

    PS: I have been administrating Russian's main biketrials website (biketrials.ru) since 2002. There are over 20 thousand registered users. I wrote the rules for the website bacl in 2002 and they are also against unpaid ads. I would delete somebody that would post photos and prices, who would compare their products to others. But I always leave those who communicate with the users and try to be useful.
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    ti-left-street ?

    ----
    I'd leave the moderating to Moderators.

    It has happened before that MTBR has reached sensible agreements with tiny enterprises. ISuckAtRiding who produces some Singlespeed stuff, for example. If some such agreement is needed, it is between Dmitry and the powers that be at MTBR. I am happy as long things stay friendly here.

    "it IS possible that you are faster or slower than anybody else who is having at least as much if not more or less fun"

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeEight
    Ok ENOUGH with all the advertising photos and crap. This forum has rules on advertising and this thread is way over the line already.

    How is this any different than the Lmnh threads on the framebuilding forum?

    And how, exactly, would you go about sharing your bikes with people on MTBR without a thread like this? Posting pictures of the bikes you make, as well as talking about them, does not exactly constitute a "solicitation to buy or sell products" as defined by the Terms of Use.

    Saying "I have a bike company, and these are the bikes" is very similar to "I own a bike, and this is what it looks like." Or not?

    Dmitry, thanks for the pics and stories. Looks like you guys (and gals) know how to have a good time over there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    ti-left-street ?
    This is probably about one of my bikes. )
    It is this bike that I ride most of the time, day to day.

    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    I am happy as long things stay friendly here.
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