Titan Racing have introduced a new range of commuter bikes labelled under their Transporter Range. These bikes are aimed at doing one job well and that’s commuting in style. Long gone are the days when a commuter bike had to be your old 26” and whilst we do have the option of going single speed, no one is hating gears on that final climb back home after a long day at the office.
With Titan Racing’s latest additions to their carbon fibre line up including the Switch gravel bike, Valerian road bike and the latest, the Cypher dual sus. It’s exciting to see the brand refreshing old ranges and still adding new bikes to their lineup.
The Transporter range comes in two styles, a fully rigid urban bike and a hybrid option which has a little extra comfort with the inclusion of a suspension fork and shock-absorbing seat post.
The Transporter range is built on lightweight aluminium frames with pannier mounts. The pannier mounts offer unlimited mounting options for customizing your bike in terms of racks. 700c Rims with high volume tires are standard across the range, Shimano drivetrains, and disc brakes. The bikes are cleverly named after popular global cities from around the world. The Berlin and the Madison are the rigid urban versions of the transporter. Some stand out features of the range include Tektro hydraulic disc brakes, retro styled mud guards, tan coloured grips and a retro tan saddle. The Boston and the Verona are the hybrid options with the added aid of suspension. Key features in this range include all- terrain tires for extra grip, an SR Suntour suspension fork, shock absorbing seat post and adjustable stem.