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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Random Psycho
    This is probably about one of my bikes. )
    It is this bike that I ride most of the time, day to day.
    No, I showed EnglishT another bike, not yours
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    Pay no attention to D8, he is always angry about something.

    I like your posts and pics but you do seem to be having way to much fun.....

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    Hello everybody!

    Shipping out this 29er to Australia.
    It's hand brushed, got Paragon sliders, and looong seat tube. Will upload the built up photos one day.

    Cheers






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    Very interesting!

    Looks like weight will be way back, almost over the rear-axle, but that's the beauty of custom eh? Customer gets what they want

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    Chain stays are near horizontal in the pic. I think the frame will be angled much more forward when built up. Especially as it is a 29er.

    I hope the seat stay to seat tube juncture is better in reality than it looks in the last picture. It must be an optical illusion that makes it look like it is only half welded.

    "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 perttime
    Chain stays are near horizontal in the pic. I think the frame will be angled much more forward when built up. Especially as it is a 29er.

    I hope the seat stay to seat tube juncture is better in reality than it looks in the last picture. It must be an optical illusion that makes it look like it is only half welded.
    Well, the geometry was what the customer wanted it to bee.

    I just noticed what you mean about seat stay/seat tube juncture. It's fully welded, I would never let the unwelded frame out. You would never see such a photo.
    That's a film artefact left after welding that can be easily removed.

    Thanks for your comment!
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    Looking for a custom Titanium frame

    I sent you an e-mail about the specification Looking forward to hearing back on gettng a XC custom ti frame built by triton bike - cool photos -very excited. to hear back from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by forrestmiller
    I sent you an e-mail about the specification Looking forward to hearing back on gettng a XC custom ti frame built by triton bike - cool photos -very excited. to hear back from you.
    replied!

    thanks for your interest!
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    I like the finish but it doesn't look as clean as the brushed finishes I have seen on other manufactures frames. Is that frame completely finished? there is a lot of discoloration by all of the welds and the cable guides and the BB yolk Is that easily cleaned up?

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    can you show examples of your different finished I checked the website but it doesn't state the different bare finishes like brushed and raw or sand blasted.

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    Hi Ti Tank,
    I have been offering hand brushing for a couple of months now. I understand what you mean about discoloration and I have seen this on other frames (Italian). But top brands offer clean looking brushed frames, I agree.
    The customer liked the finish of the pictured frame.

    But I was also a bit worried and could predict questions like yours. Looks like I have finally found here in Russia materials needed to achieve clean looking brushed finish. I do not have any media on that yet. But I will be sharing it soon.
    Hand brushing is quite a time consuming activity Takes me hours..

    Thanks for all your questions. It pushes further the development of our products.

    Below are the photos of the sand blasted finish. This has always been the default finish and we are experienced with it.

    One customer has recently ordered a frameset with the completely raw finish (we left all the welding discolorations). It will be laquered next week and I can share the photos here.

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    Thanks, Im a professor at a local university and the owner of Bike shop in town just mentioned your company to me last week and said he was getting a frame in for his shops trials team and that he was thinking about offering your frames for custom builds like mine. Cant wait to see your stuff.

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    People have different preferences when it comes to finish. I recall Brant Richards had to do some persuation to get the Ragley titanium frames finished raw enough but not too raw at Lynskey

    "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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    Im looking for a frame that I can custom size but finish is very important as well, So Im not sure what RAW entails or what it exactly looks like. For what I want durability and the ability to take care of minor blemishes on my own will dictate finish.

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    Voila, a few photos of Roman Smirnov, the Triton team trials rider from Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

    Pictured spots: Greece and Russia (easy to distinguish them haha)

    Gap to front wheel






    Drop-gap










    Sidehop


    Pedal-up


    Drop-gap




    Drop off a bride


    Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes
    Hello everybody!

    Shipping out this 29er to Australia.
    It's hand brushed, got Paragon sliders, and looong seat tube. Will upload the built up photos one day.

    Cheers






    I like this one and the one on the trunk of the Toyota with the discolored welds. Really nice bikes Dmitry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    I like this one and the one on the trunk of the Toyota with the discolored welds. Really nice bikes Dmitry!
    Thanks!

    I will keep on posting interesting frames we build.

    I will be hand brushing a frame, fork and a stem tomorrow. Will share photos here later.
    I should get a nice camcorder to record the videos of the process. The cameraphone makes very low quality vids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes
    Thanks!

    I will keep on posting interesting frames we build.

    I will be hand brushing a frame, fork and a stem tomorrow. Will share photos here later.
    I should get a nice camcorder to record the videos of the process. The cameraphone makes very low quality vids.
    I would like to see a polished one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes
    Hello everybody!

    Shipping out this 29er to Australia.
    It's hand brushed, got Paragon sliders, and looong seat tube. Will upload the built up photos one day.

    Cheers






    Hi Dmitry,
    Do you have the build photos of this?
    Thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    Hi Dmitry,
    Do you have the build photos of this?
    Thanks,
    Shawn

    Hi Shawn,
    The customer said he would send me the photos as soon as the bike is built. I will post them here once I get them.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes

    Hi Shawn,
    The customer said he would send me the photos as soon as the bike is built. I will post them here once I get them.

    Thanks!

    Dmitry
    Right on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes
    Here is the new unicycle type we made.
    Multi wheelsize uni (24-26-29 inch) with three brake mounts, Surly-tire-friendly
    Nice looking unicycle frame. Are you going to sell through Unicycles.com?

    Either way, could you PM a quote?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fungazi
    Nice looking unicycle frame. Are you going to sell through Unicycles.com?

    Either way, could you PM a quote?
    Thanks!
    I sell directly or through my German partner, Joachim Pfender (he holds a stock of unicycles).
    http://ridetriton.com/unicycle.htm

    I spoke to the Unicycle.com guys about a year ago. But since the frames' production cost is very high and the margin is low, our items are not very attractive to large retailers.

    Anyways, there's a test unicycle at the UK branch:


    http://www.unicycle.uk.com/36-triton...-unicycle.html
    http://www.unicycle.uk.com/36-triton...cle-frame.html
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    More pics!! I'd like to see some shots of the weld areas,dropouts and BB on the brushed components..

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    Cool stuff. I like the one piece integrated handlebars.




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    Just created a Youtube channel called TritonBikes

    I have made the first video where I show how I do hand brushing.
    It's poor quality, made with my mobile phone. Should get a camcorder for this kind of stuff.

    <iframe title="YouTube video player" width="480" height="390" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/vzDRzCNRJg4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>

    Photos of this recently brushed frameset:













    Here is the video of the powder-coating process and photos of the results:

    <iframe title="YouTube video player" width="480" height="390" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/YhUroCjzpIc" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>









    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pimpride
    Cool stuff. I like the one piece integrated handlebars.



    Me to! Can you make a 1" riser bar like that?

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    This is Torture!

    I ordered my frame about 2 weeks ago! Seeing these videos and pictures is TORTURE .

    These next few weeks will feel like the days leading up to Christmas..... but I am not a kid anymore . I have not felt so much excitement about a frame in a long, long time.

    I just hope my frame looks as great as the pictures I am seeing here.

    I am planning on starting a new thread once I have my frame in my hands. It will be on the WHOLE Triton experience ( from ordering to delivery, and ride).

    I am certain it will only mean more work for D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ottoreni
    I ordered my frame about 2 weeks ago! Seeing these videos and pictures is TORTURE .

    These next few weeks will feel like the days leading up to Christmas..... but I am not a kid anymore . I have not felt so much excitement about a frame in a long, long time.

    I just hope my frame looks as great as the pictures I am seeing here.

    I am planning on starting a new thread once I have my frame in my hands. It will be on the WHOLE Triton experience ( from ordering to delivery, and ride).

    I am certain it will only mean more work for D.
    Oh no no no no no... that simply will not do...
    You can't leave us hanging waiting with no details.

    I'm loving mine (pics below), rides absolutely superbly and the quality is topnotch.

    Before I post photo's, please make sure to post a link to your thread (when you get to make it) on this one, since it's related




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    Will Do...

    Once I have my frame, will surely post a link on this thread to my review thread. Your looks great . Nice action shot!

    For the time, I have at least another 4 weeks until the frame is finished, and I get an email from D telling me she is ready to ship.

    As I said, once the frame is in my possession, then I can start an honest report on the whole process. This will give potential buyers an idea of what they will get. As I mentioned earlier, this will most likely mean more work (orders) for Triton because so far, my experience has been .

    Until then, I stare at the pictures and videos, and need to get together the remaining parts for the build (rear shifter, rear tire,and brakes).

    Cheers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ottoreni
    Once I have my frame, will surely post a link on this thread to my review thread. Your looks great . Nice action shot!

    For the time, I have at least another 4 weeks until the frame is finished, and I get an email from D telling me she is ready to ship.

    As I said, once the frame is in my possession, then I can start an honest report on the whole process. This will give potential buyers an idea of what they will get. As I mentioned earlier, this will most likely mean more work (orders) for Triton because so far, my experience has been .

    Until then, I stare at the pictures and videos, and need to get together the remaining parts for the build (rear shifter, rear tire,and brakes).

    Cheers!
    Cheers, I really like it too

    Still didn't describe what your frame will be - XC? more AM? Trials? Uni?
    What parts do you have so far? Do you know what you'll get for the remaining parts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ottoreni
    I ordered my frame about 2 weeks ago! Seeing these videos and pictures is TORTURE .

    These next few weeks will feel like the days leading up to Christmas..... but I am not a kid anymore . I have not felt so much excitement about a frame in a long, long time.

    I just hope my frame looks as great as the pictures I am seeing here.

    I am planning on starting a new thread once I have my frame in my hands. It will be on the WHOLE Triton experience ( from ordering to delivery, and ride).

    I am certain it will only mean more work for D.
    Can you post a link here when you start the new thread? Oooppps, I guess that would be yes.

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    Description....

    Quote Originally Posted by EnglishT
    Cheers, I really like it too

    Still didn't describe what your frame will be - XC? more AM? Trials? Uni?
    What parts do you have so far? Do you know what you'll get for the remaining parts?
    A picture is worth a thousand words .... but since the frame is still a few weeks out...

    It is a 29er XC frame.
    Will have a Reba 29 Ti fork.
    Wheels are King hubs on Arch rims.
    Other details when frame arrives and reviewed/photographed

    Plan to use it for long rides....too old to do the Racer Thing thing anymore. Our last race team was called 40 Plus. Like to do longer endurance rides now. 50 plus miles.

    One detail I wanted on the frame was shorter than normal chainstays.... they are 439mm, which is on the short side for 29ers, but I asked to be able to fit Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25 tire still.

    How long did it take for your frame to arrive?

    I was told 6-8 weeks. I am cool with that, but like I mentioned on my other posts, I feel like a kid again on the days leading up to Christmas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ottoreni
    A picture is worth a thousand words .... but since the frame is still a few weeks out...

    It is a 29er XC frame.
    Will have a Reba 29 Ti fork.
    Wheels are King hubs on Arch rims.
    Other details when frame arrives and reviewed/photographed

    Plan to use it for long rides....too old to do the Racer Thing thing anymore. Our last race team was called 40 Plus. Like to do longer endurance rides now. 50 plus miles.

    One detail I wanted on the frame was shorter than normal chainstays.... they are 439mm, which is on the short side for 29ers, but I asked to be able to fit Schwalbe Racing Ralph 2.25 tire still.
    Sounds great!

    Looking forward to seeing it done!

    How long did it take for your frame to arrive?

    I was told 6-8 weeks. I am cool with that, but like I mentioned on my other posts, I feel like a kid again on the days leading up to Christmas.
    I'm not sure exactly how to answer - we discussed mine a little before I had the money available (though it was made clear when I would have it there) and had the design nailed down before the payment was actually sent.
    From the first message to the frame arriving was over 8 weeks, but from payment recieved to frame arriving was quite a bit less than that.

    Dmitry was always good with keeping me up to date with what state the whole process was at, which was great.

    (Not sure whether there would be significant differences in how long it takes to ship? Russia to UK vs USA?)

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    Bit of stoke...
    This is from yesterday - Brecon Beacons (Wales, UK). Great day for it too.




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    Lets see a side view. About all I can see is the headtube.

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    Oh, I see it, post #129.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    Oh, I see it, post #129.
    Don't really have any side-on pictures from that ride - included the closest thing I have.

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    Hi guys,

    I haven't posted much lately.
    The season is underway and there are plenty of projects.

    I organize annual biketrials competition in Ukraine called Hortica Cup 2011.
    Here is the topic in Russian: http://biketrials.ru/live/showthread.php?t=36033
    We have a number of sponsors. Of course, Triton Bikes is one of them
    Red Bull brings one of their pro-riders. I will be posting some photos once we get back.

    We are going to drive to Ukraine from Moscow, do the comps, and then drive from Ukraine through Poland and Czech Republic to Germany to do a bit of DH riding. If there's somebody who lives close to Bad Wildbad, please come to say hi! (May 4 - May 8).
    Shame we don't build DH bikes. I had to borrow my friend's freeride Trek.

    Here are a couple of photos of the recent XC frame and a built-up bike.
    It was built for a Russian customer and he is taking it to Italy this week to tour for a month.

    Thanks!

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    Nice! But, it needs to have a model name on the top tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    Nice! But, it needs to have a model name on the top tube.

    Once we start producing series of frames I can put model names.
    But so far each frame is different and some people do not want many decals on a frame.

    PS: Sometimes customers ask me to write crazy stuff on a frame. Will share a photo later of he lets me
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    More pic's!!! What new stuff have you been workin on?

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    Yeah, what ^ he said! Come on, give up the goods!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn
    Yeah, what ^ he said! Come on, give up the goods!
    Hi, yeah. I will post up some stuff later on. We did organize comps in Ukraine and then drove to Germany to do some bikerX and freeride.
    I will take a little rest after a 2.5 days of non-stop driving and will post something!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes
    Hi, yeah. I will post up some stuff later on. We did organize comps in Ukraine and then drove to Germany to do some bikerX and freeride.
    I will take a little rest after a 2.5 days of non-stop driving and will post something!
    Right on! Don't forget, I have that name for you!!

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    Here we GO!

    Received my email this past week.

    Frame is shipping out!
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    NIce, A local shop owner is town is also expecting his very soon, cant wait to check it out.

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    Hello! I've read and viewed every link you've posted in this thread; having a back ground in materials science engineering... I must say your work is EXCELLENT! The welding looks like a work of art. The seams and puddling lines are as even and smooth as if a machine did the work! I'm glad there are still pioneers like you out there making custom frames — DREAM bikes for many of us.
    Your choice to work with titanium is also comforting to see. Many claim aluminum will do (in full-suspension), but they are materially incorrect; Titanium/super-steel are THE superior build materials of all bike materials for long term + extended hard impacts. With todays throw-away aluminum frame manufacturing, a Ti-frame seems like a futile expense, but to those that can afford it, it's the best!

    What kind of milling machine, and end mill bits do you use to machine it?


    Lastly I would like to apologize for all the of initial doubting and snide comments from some of the forum members. While reading it, it seemed like you were being bashed for trying to honestly present your work and skilled-trade. Don't EVER let these negative minded people ever slow your ambition; you are a very skilled craftsman in deed. If I ever intend to graduate to a full-suspension-Ti frame, I shall look you up for a project!

    Thanks a lot and may you see increased sales in your future!

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    I agree completely, Ive had several Ti frames from Litespeed to Seven cycles and Tritons craftmanship looks amazing!!!

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    I also heard today that your trying to make a burlier ridged fork with 180 disc mounts to go along with the 24" street bike your building for Beartooths shop owner!!!!!! Thats AWESOME!! I really want you to build be a 29'r and I WANT a ridged TI fork with 180mm mounts as well. Once that fork is done (and the frame) PLEASE post pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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