One of the famous producers of titanic bicycles is located in Korolev, the Moscow region. The wished modifications can be ordered just on the production site.
True craftsmen every one.
Good job guys!!!!!!!
Not expensive, gonna replace my frame with one
Takes a lot of skill to weld titanium. Kudos.
Titanium is a marvelous material and Russia huge huge reserves of high grade titanium ore. In fact, believe it or not, during the height of the Cold War the U.S secretly bought titanium ore from the USSR. The metal was used to manufacture spy planes like the SR-71 that was used to spy on the USSR. The Soviets needed the hard currency, the U.S. needed the metal, everybody was happy!
I beleive you need your medication now.
I was under the impression that the B-2 stealth bomber used amusing amounts of titanium. But it sounds plausible that SR-71 wouldhave used titanium too.
I remember here in Canada one day after the cold war some stores selling (Titanium crow bars)for fifty dollars. I wish I had bought one.
Nice weldings job.
go Russia! Use that strategic material for every other thing than your airplanes, spacecraft, etc.
Yeah…I agree , those welds are amazing…If I could afford one , I would score it in a heart beat and build it up..
Titanium is one of the most toxic metals for humans
It is so toxic, it’s being used in human prosthetics…
It’s actually one the highest biocompatible materials.
Sir, You have Titanium confused with Beryllium, which aside from the fact that it is not radioactive, is still almost as toxic as Plutonium.
These are nice weldings , one of the best i ever see
These people are truly professionals
Whats the price of such bike ?
Titanic is not the adjective for titanium or ‘made of titanium’. It means huge, mighty, enormous. These frames in the article are called titanium frames.
Nice article by the way, I found it very interesting and I might consider getting a custom frame from them.
Its titanium not titanic jeeezzzz
WOW very nice. Used to race mountain bikes when i was younger, always wanted a titainium frame (i have broken 4 aluminium frames over the years)Haven’t bought another bike since i broke my Aluminium Giant a few years ago. By the way Aluminum is also a very dangerous metal, toxic (causes altzimers and other brain problems) and is used in a lot of products like deoderants. stick to beer in Glass, not cans if you can.
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