I am , very sadly, considering selling my Titus Supermoto as I just dont seem to have to time to ride anymore.......
Frame fully built with tasty bits including the below all in pretty much mint condition...........oops, I am 5'11" and find it perfect so someone bigger may prefer it for truly chicking it around albeit it is a light bike as it is!
Bontrager Big Earl wheelset
Hayes Stroker Aces 4 pot brakes
Fox DHX 5
Marzocchi 66 ATA
SLX shifters and I think it was XTR at the rear.
Also changed to a triple up front but bash still available.
Anyway, £1800 is what I am thinking and a bargain at that considering the forks still go for £600 and the wheelset for £300 and the latest Fox DHX 5 for £400...(who comes up with these prices?)
By the way, if someone on the forums wants it, I will certainly make it worth their while by throwing in more bike stuff than you can shake a stick at, spare forks, tools, tyres, bars, pedals etc
The name says it all. When you’re talking big drops or highly technical terrain, the right equipment makes all the difference. The Super-Moto is the ultimate tool for the job. Going up, the Super-Moto has the climbing ability of bikes with half the travel.
Looking for the ultimate long travel all-terrain weapon? The Super-Moto can be ridden anywhere - even into orbit!
Going down, it gives you the feeling that you will never run out of travel. For 2006, we’ve made the Super-Moto even more capable. A new Hydro formed butted tube set combined with the Super-Moto’s X-frame configuration takes frame stiffness and strength to a whole new level. There’s a new linkage featuring Fox’s new DHX 5.0 high volume air shock for 170mm of earth leveling travel that will make 5 foot drops feel like your rolling out of your driveway.
Even the Super-Moto’s head tube goes big! Choose between 1.5 headsets, 11/8 inserts, or our exclusive offset angle 11/8 inserts allowing you to slacken the head angle by up to 1.5 degrees, giving you an even higher level of confidence and downhill stability on the biggest drops and steepest descents. There’s a reason we call it Super!
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Here is what they look like......