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Dean Ti Custom Track

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Dean Titanium

Kestrel EMS pro SL 42cm and Thomson X2 120mm

Easton EC90 SLX and Chris King headset in red, white, blue (for my soldier friends)

20h custom Phil SLR radial to Zipp360 with CX-ray spokes, or Phil / MOPcd / DT rev - 2X

28h Phil SLR 2X laced to Zipp360 w/CX-rays, or Phil / MOPcd / DT rev - 3X,Radial

Sugino 75 with 47t ring, and Phil SS bottom bracket

Selle Italia SLR and Thomson Masterpiece post

Look Keo Ti and Izumi ESH chain

16t DA cog / 47t chainring, Vittoria Corsa Evo CX tubulars or Continental GP4000

I actually made this cheese... good swiss cheese is really hard to make.

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more than a great build.

your bicycle

very nice.

"When the goin' gets weird, the weird turn pro." H.S.T.

Speed monster!

Would like to watch it in action!.... (But you should change the start picture! ;))


The welds on that are unreal-- are they ground down? The seat cluster looks almost like monocoque carbon, it's ridiculously gorgeous. Great ride!


TIG or also known as Tungsten Inert Gas welding dude. Look it up.
Also known as GTAW Gas Tungsten Arc Welding hella clean.

Not ground down... I'm so

Not ground down... I'm so pleased with the craftsmanship. And I like the starting picture!

Done right

If you do it right there is no grinding needed that's why welding is an art that only a few of those who practice it really know how to do right

The dull grey of the

The dull grey of the titanium and the silver Phil hubs are a perfect match.

How does TI ride compared to steel/alu?

Ti, in my opinion, combines

Ti, in my opinion, combines the nice alive feel of steel and the lightness/stiffness of a good alum frame. The one drawback I could see is the Ti frame could be whippy for a heavier rider. Other than that, I love titanium as a frame material.

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