More New frames from Titus are here!!

Two more new models of Titus frame arrive at our store today! Look what we have from them on the NEW FTM and X…

The core of any great company is a great culture. The culture at Titus is based on bringing like-minded people together that share a passion for cycling with one goal – lighter, faster, stronger – better.

Titus X
Constructed from mechanically-formed and butted 6069 aluminum front triangle, asymmetrical hydro-formed chainstays, one piece carbon fiber seatstays, forged and machined dropouts, and a one-piece compression molded carbon fiber X-Link. To create a solid and reliable connection between the front and rear triangles four oversized sealed bearings were used at the main pivot. The Horst-link clevis on the chainstays were overbuilt intentionally, all to ensure the perfect ride. At 105mm of rear wheel travel the Titus X is ready for the trail.

Made in the USA!

Mandrel-shaped top tube and down tube with optimized butting profiles.

One-piece compression molded carbon fiber X-Link. Four oversized main pivot bearings, and a 2011 FOX custom valved RP23 shock!

Titus FTM
The FTM is a lightweight trail and all mountain bike that does not sacrifice stiffness or performance, with it’s reliable and efficient Horst Link supension system.

135mm of travel controlled by a custom-valved 2010 Fox RP23 shock

Oversized, tapered headtube flares from an 1 1/8″ headset bearing to a 1.5″ bearing for razor sharp handling.

Light Rail Seatstay profile becomes oversized to increase stiffness by 20% and improve overall strength.

Super light for the X? Get yours today now at Tionghin!!


  1. Miguel said

    I need the price of Titus light rail System, thanks!

    • melvin said

      sorry we do not have any more of the stocks.

  2. Robert Coryell said

    Iam building a Titus supermoto.Its a 07 frame. I am missing the rear seatstay. I have the lower chainstay.
    does anyone know who might deal with titus parts

    • melvin said

      Hi, you might want to contact Titus USA directly as we are not the local distro.

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