Titus Riddler 2002 Hardtail

  • choose between single speed or geared dropout
  • disc compatible
  • superlight and stiff
  • tapered S-bend chainstays and seatstays

  • User Reviews (1)

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    Mike   Cross Country Rider [Sep 08, 2002]
    Strength:

    Light weight, perfect welds and construction, good cable routing, incredible ride quality

    Weakness:

    None

    I'm 5'8" and went with a small (17") and it fits me perfect. Steering is fairly quick with a 120mm stem, but not too fast. The ride quality is very smooth for an aluminum frame. I don't get jack hammered going through the rough rocky sections like I used to with my stiff M80 frame.

    I like to ride technical singletrack with lots of roots, rocks, logs, and drops. A local riding trail has several 2 foot drops on a rocky downhill run that I bomb through on almost a weekly basis. No problems in the strength department, but then again I only weigh about 140 lbs with gear.

    While I've built mine up to be a reliable XC trail bike (I don't race), this frame could be built up to make a very light, fast racing bike. I'm very pleased with this frame and plan to ride this thing for years.

    Similar Products Used: Demo'd several other bikes
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
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