Triton Lobster Cruiser build

Triton Lobster Cruiser 4

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 

Posted: 6.08.2014

Triton 700c Roadster

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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

Posted: 26.05.2014

Triton roadie with some crazy decals

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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 http://inktltd.com/

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

Frame weight 1399 grams

Posted: 21.05.2014