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  1. #1251
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    That nice 29+/fat frame has been built up



    2-in-1 bike built by our customer from Bern, Switzerland

    - Works with 29×3, and up to 26×4.8″ wheels
    - Bent seat tube for 29+ tire clearance
    - Paragon Polydrop dropouts with 190x10mm OLD, optional 197x12mm thru-axle
    - 44mm headtube, Cannondale Lefty for with 321 crown
    - 100mm BSA threaded BB shell















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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes View Post
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    Triton full suspension Enduro 27.5″ 140/140mm frame is to be built soon as a CrMo prototype.
    Oh noes. 27.5ers everywhere!
    26" faithful.

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    Our customer wanted a tough and weather-resistant 29er bike that would last.
    We have built this tank and totally fell in love with it

    Frame:
    - Triton custom Ti 29er frame
    - Internal cable routing for 3 cables and electric wire
    - Paragon Flanged Sliders
    - Paragon seatstay splitter for belt
    - Bent downtube for crown clearance
    - 44mm headtube to accept tapered forks
    - Integrated mount for Supernova Tail Light
    - Bead blasted finish with polished decals

    Setup:
    - Rock Shox Reba fork
    - Chris King InSet7 headset
    - 3T handlebar, stem and seatpost
    - Salsa Flip Lock QRs
    - Rohloff Speedhub 500/14, Made in Germany
    - Gates Carbon Belt Drive
    - SON Schmidt dynamo hub for 15mm Thru-Axle fork
    - Supernova front and rear dynamo lights
    - Velocity Blunt 35 rims

    Rides like a dream!































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    You're an artist.

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    Got word from Dmitry that my Frame was almost done......just needs a brushed finish and a derailler tab installed and Im golden!!!! I did wait a while for this Frame build but just as Dmitry promised it got done! Its a 24" Street/Trials build based off the geometry of the Inspired Arcade. Should be a BLAST to ride!!! Check out the pics... Thanks Dmitry for fabricating another piece of art!!!
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    Triton roadie with some crazy decals

    Our customer Chris applied to us for a custom road frame that would fit him just right according to the data he gathered from biomechanic.
    This was important because Chris races a lot.
    He has just raced at Gran Fondo New York with some good results.

    Although the most interesting thing about the frame is its exclusively designed graphics.
    These are bead blasted “lugs” representing the modern vision of the classic Russian patterns. The front of the frame shows Russian coat of arms – the two-headed eagle.
    The bottom bracket area is a mixture of the Russian architecture/religions portraying Kremlin, bridges, orthodox church and a mosque.
    The seat tube features Russian doll Matryoshka and “Made in Russia” decal.
    Stencils inspired by Chris and created by a UK based designer Niki Kovacs Niki Kovacs

    The frame also features internal cable routing for the rear brake and internal wiring for Di2 transmission

    Frame weight 1399 grams

    PS: This type of graphics is so complicated to apply that the price may be extremely high.
    And thus we are not offering such decals. This will be one exclusive frame

































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    We built this Triton Roadster custom Ti bike for a customer from Moscow.
    He needed an ultimate citybike.
    Also the customer asked us to add blue bits. And so we did.

    Frame:
    - Triton custom Ti 700c XL frame
    - Paragon Rocker dropouts
    - Belt drive split
    - Internal cable routing and wiring
    - Bead blasted finish with polished Triton decals

    Fork:
    - Triton 700c Roadster fork
    - Paragon flanged dropouts
    - Internal wiring for dynamo
    - Bead blasted matte
    - Comfortable Ti flex
    - Only 630 gr

    Components:
    - Shimano Alfine 11sp
    - Supernova hub dynamo and lights
    - Chris King headset in blue
    - Velocity Blunt rims
    - FSA Metropolis handlebar stem and seatpost
    - Salsa QR’s

    Yet to be added:
    - Carbon belt drive
    - PDW metal fenders
    - Ti bottle cage






















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    Dmitri, what tail lamp is that?


    Ooops, I see Supernova

    Bob

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    hey dmitry how r u?
    what happen to this site? no posts for almost 2 months?

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    Thanks, we are fine.
    It's a season time, we are building bikes and frames non-stop.
    Unfortunately posting photos to a forum takes too much time (uploading photo by photo, pasting links with tags).
    I now post almost daily to our Facebook group: http://Facebook.com/tritonbikes
    For Russian speakers it is also: vk.com/tritonbikes

    If you guys are still here I can try to post something here too. Although the file uploads just kill time
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    Triton Lobster Cruiser
    Our first ever Ti (!) cruiser bike. Built for a customer with knee problems. Cruiser angles let your feet reach ground easily while seated.
    The angles required the use a of a redesigned alien looking fork which appears to be very stiff at 66 head angle!

    This is possibly one of the lightest cruisers ever.
    The fork is under 1kg, the frame is around 1800gr.
    Both frame and fork have all the lines hidden inside for a clean look.

    Also stuffed with the nicest parts:
    - Chris King headset
    - Thomson seatpost
    - Supernova dynamo hub and lights
    - Brooks Flyer saddle
    - Velocity Dually Rims
    - Hutchinson Lowrider tires
    - Xpedo pedals

    The seating position is very comfortable and this bikes rolls really nice compared to the heavy production cruisers.
    The customer is very happy



















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    those are some beautiful bikes. PM sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes View Post
    [COLOR="#000080"]Triton Lobster Cruiser
    Our first ever Ti (!) cruiser bike.


    That's a cool fork, How does it assemble? Is the steerer a loose "tophat" that slides up through the bottom crown?

    What are your timelines like for a custom 26" XC hardtail & Ti rigid fork at the moment Dmitry? If I placed an order in the next month or so would spring 2015 be a reasonable estimate?

    Cheers, Ted

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    Nice bike dmitry, great work

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    These bikes are freakin beautiful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Andkilde View Post
    That's a cool fork, How does it assemble? Is the steerer a loose "tophat" that slides up through the bottom crown?

    What are your timelines like for a custom 26" XC hardtail & Ti rigid fork at the moment Dmitry? If I placed an order in the next month or so would spring 2015 be a reasonable estimate?

    Cheers, Ted
    Ted, there are clamps on the back of the fork, aluminum steerer slides up, just like you said.

    Timeline is 3 months plus. May take up to 6 months.
    Some frames take like a month.
    We are quite busy plus in the cases where there are many questions needed to be sorted out, the design process takes dozens of emails and it takes ages.
    So the more you know what you want, the better it is

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triton Bikes View Post
    Ted, there are clamps on the back of the fork, aluminum steerer slides up, just like you said.

    Timeline is 3 months plus. May take up to 6 months.
    Some frames take like a month.
    We are quite busy plus in the cases where there are many questions needed to be sorted out, the design process takes dozens of emails and it takes ages.
    So the more you know what you want, the better it is
    Thanks Dmitry

    I'll drop you an email with some more questions on specifics.

    Thanks, Ted

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