Machine Politics vs L'Équipe, August 2010. Photo by Steph Simcox
Custom Titanium, built by Triton Bikes in Moscow, Russia. http://tritonbikes.ru/
Paragon Machine Works sliding dropouts
Rotor guard mounts on front forks (like geekhouse ones)
You have a matching Ti polo mallet, right?
this is my dream polo bike
basically a single speed mtb but with the back wheel tucked further in
Some photos taken today:
What did this frame cost if you don't mind me asking?
Now you've had it for a while; any comments or concerns?
Sure, his prices are pretty great for Custom Ti
Frame was £575, plus the cost of the paragon sliding dropouts ($200), but they're optional.
Forks were £180, but the forks have proven to be next to useless for polo, as they are so flexible. I'll keep them for offroad maybe, but I have now got some Alu Trials forks for polo, which are rigid as hell, and light.
The frame is amazing though, I love it. Geometry is spot on. The geometry is here http://bit.ly/owXV57