If you like the look of Chris King's Titanium No Threadset but don't fancy shelling out 200 of your hard-earned pounds, then look no further than Spin's Bling Ti which you can have for half that. And it's beautifully made to boot. Spin describe it as "the finest headset in the world"; I don't think I'd go that far but it's pretty good.
This frameset is now SOLD.
I am selling my Enigma Effusion titanium road frame, 56cm sloping geometry, with an Enigma Electron carbon fork and Enigma headset. The frame is natural brushed titanium with carbon seatstays. The fork has a carbon steerer cut at 240mm. I bought the frame new in 2009 and have ridden only around 1500km on it, it is in near perfect condition and has been mothballed for the last year.
Seat tube is 51cm, top tube 56cm, head tube 16.5cm (integrated headset), weight 1420g (frame only).
Very rare retro LOOK Titanium quill stem, 130mm, new in box. £25.00 posted.
9 speed Dura-Ace downtube shifters. £20 posted.
Shimano 5600 chainset 52-39 175mm crank arms, £40 posted.
Ultegra 6600 (10 speed) short cage rear mech. £30 posted.
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I am selling an Airborne Zeppelin titanium frame. Bought on Ebay about years ago, but only ridden approximately 30 times in good weather.
Very light road race frame made of 3Al/2.5V titanium. When built with Campagnolo Record/Chorus mix and DT Swiss 1450 wheels, the weight was 17.3lbs.
Genuine reason for sale. I love the feel of titanium, but have decided I need a frame which is more of a 'jack of all trades', which the Airborne isn't unfortunately.
Frame measurements as follows;
Seat tube: 54cm (c-t), 46cm (c-c top tube)
Top Tube: 54cm (c-c)
Head Tube 13cm (t-t)
Spin is a UK brand that's been around for just a year producing titanium frames and a whole range of components. The Spitfire Mk III is their full-on road race model and it's anything but standard...
When a new bike brand contacts us, one of the first questions we always ask is, 'Who's making the frames for you?' There really aren't all that many frame-building facilities out there, and most people go to an existing bike manufacturer to get their product made. With Spin it's different.