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The 2023 Titan Racing Valerian ushers in a new era for our performance road bike range by inheriting the Vanquish’s aerodynamics, and combining that with the latest in carbon tech and bike design to deliver a road bicycle that is light, stiff, and aerodynamic.
Titan Racing has joined forces with design guru Hasie & the Robots, to create two Switch gravel bikes that are as unique as the man himself.
The Rogue Range of bikes offers riders of all levels a lightweight bike with quality spec’d components. Designed to inspire cyclists to get outside and ride, regardless of their skill level, the Rogue Range is a capable bike that can handle a variety of terrains.
The Trail Junior Range is built for those budding little shredders that need a little more. A lightweight frame, air suspension fork, and kids-specific geometry with low stand-over height make the Trail Junior range a contender for any trail.
Valley Electrical Titan Racing team had their pre-Cape Epic event last night with friends, family, and partners. Their sights are set for the season ahead and we’d like to wish them all the best. It was also the first official showing of their team bikes and the 2023 Cypher RS Carbon Team. 🔥 These will be available to the public in April.
Titan Racing have electrified their mountain bike range with the launch of the all new Nitric. Over the past few years, the South African brand has been knocking out success after success and we predict the Nitric will follow suite. Employing their mantra of being the SMART Choice, you can expect the Nitric to be just that; a blend of quality components mated to a nifty and stylish frame, all backed by their solid 5 Year Multi-User Warranty. The Nitric is designed around a mid-mount motor with an internal battery mount. Powered by the proven Shimano E-7000 Mid Motor, the ride-experience is smooth and natural. With 250W of power and a maximum of 60Nm of torque, the motor is built for solid power transfer, offers a low noise level, all weather durability, and delivers power inconspicuously. Weighing in at 2.8kg, the motor is light weight, and the 177nm narrow Q-Factor drive unit provides a natural pedalling feeling. The design of Shimano E-7000 in combination with the design of the Nitric allows for a low mounting point whilst still maintaining ample ground clearance. The 504WH internal lithium-ion Darfon battery provides an estimated range of 70km’s per charge with 4 power levels; Boost, Trail, Eco and Walk, and a top speed limited to 25km/h, the Nitric is more than capable of hitting any singe track or challenging climb. The lightweight hydroformed hardtail, is biased more towards a light trail bike with a slackened head angle of 67 degrees and a longer reach measuring 450mm on a large. This allows Titan Racing to spec all sizes with a relatively short stem of 60mm and wide trail bars measuring 780mm. As with all ebikes, the tubes have been beefed up to handle the extra weight and power. However, the head tube and top tube bear the unmistakable similarities with the rest of the Titan Racing Bikes range, and it is clear the same respect, thought and attention-to-detail has been applied to every aspect of the Nitric. The internal battery mounted in the downtube keeps the unit neatly tucked away from the elements, and the tube blends proportionately with the rest of the frame. Final touches in the design include Boost spacing, smooth welds and internal cable routing. Tell-tale signs of the trail character of this bike include the spec’ing of a plush 120mm fork and a 125mm dropper post. Compensating for the lack of suspension on the rear, the Nitric runs wide 2.6” tubeless tyres laced to 30mm internal width rims, a winning combination that will definitely have riders soaking up the bumps on the single track and keeping contact with the ground to use all 250W of the Shimano motor. We know that hardtails can definitely be great all-rounders, and when it comes to the cost of ebikes, shedding some rear suspension for better spec components and a lower price tag is welcomed. The Nitric strikes a balance with its’ trail friendly geometry and long-distance capability. While the Nitric is no race weapon, it was never intended to be. What it is, is a banging hardtail that will deliver plenty smiles on the descents and your mates wishing they had an ebike on the hills. A decent all-rounder from a reputable brand that is guaranteed to deliver.
Time to Power Up for Commuting. Introducing the All-New E-Transporter! The new E-Transporter is an E-Bike designed not only with the consumer in mind, but style as well. The E-Transporter is built on a purposely designed Hydro-formed frame and powered by a 350W rear hub motor. The 460W Internal battery by LG provides an estimated 55km per charge. A Display Controller with multiple functionalities lets you select your assistance, battery life and speed. The E-Transporter also comes fitted with front and rear lights as well as hydraulic disc brakes with sensors to turn off the motor when braking. Power Up for Commuting with the All-New E-Transporter! To find out more please visit our website at www.titanracingbikes.com/leisure-range #titanracingbikes
The new Titan Racing Vanquish is for those who want to focus on speed and speed alone. Of all the forces you need to overcome on your bike, one of the greatest energy-sappers is air resistance. Characterised by its wide tube shapes, integrated cockpit, hidden disc brakes, and seat clamp, the Vanquish is a legitimate aero bike. A low weight frameset paired with a decent ride quality delivers a competitive package that feels lightning-fast and is ready to push some big watts. The popularity of aero bikes and the fascination of going faster with less energy have fueled the demand for product. Certainly, aero bikes are quicker than their round tubed counterparts, and Titan Racing’s Vanquish looks the part. While significantly lighter, the aero bike initially drew inspiration from time trial bikes, designed to save you watts by slicing through the air like a freshly sharpened samurai sword. Paired with a balanced combination of speed, weight, and compliance, the Vanquish does just that.
Cycling is all about fun! And what is more fun than family time? Here at Titan Racing Bikes, we have a wide variety of bikes ranging from 16″ to 29″ and catering to all your family needs. Begin your two-wheeled adventures with Titan Racing Bikes.
Do you get confused by all the technical stuff in bike reviews? And possibly you’re a regular rider who just wants to buy the right bike for you… right! That’s why ‘The Old Man In Lycra’ teamed up with Titan Racing to tell you how it is… what’s good about the bikes, what the bike is designed to do and for who, and ultimately to let YOU know which bike is best suited to you. The new Cypher alloy range has 6 variants, you’re bound to find one that suits you, invest 4 minutes watching this review and be confident you will know which one it is. If you are a rider on a budget, maybe looking to upscale from a hardtail or an entry-level full sus, then this video is for you.
In 2019 Titan Racing launched their much anticipated new full-sus, the Cypher, a fully-fledged racing bike with enough flair to tear up the descents and power through the climbs. A 24-month project for Titan Racing, the Cypher, was well received and their carbon variants were sold with ease. An aluminium version has been in the pipeline for some time and was due to hit dealers early this year however, due to Covid-19 unexpected delays arose, and the stock has only landed much later than anticipated. The idea behind the aluminium Cypher was to provide an equivalent ride-feel as their carbon Cypher and further deliver it in a more affordable package. To achieve this Titan Racing went back to the drawing board and designed the new aluminium frame around the same kinematic and geometry foundation as their carbon bike. A feat not as easy as it seems when comparing 2 different materials for construction. The carbon variant has been a success and we have seen it raced to many a podium via their young Valley Electrical Titan Racing Team, so the commitment to the development of the aluminium version has been just as keen. The end result is a race-ready xc/marathon bike that further rivals its’ competitors in ride quality, build quality, and price. With consumers on an infinite quest to get more bang for their buck, Titan Racing have really pushed hard to get the most value out of this new aluminium range whilst still delivering a bike that looks and feels at home on the start line. It is with no doubt that mountain bikers will take a keen interest in the new range of aluminium Cyphers.
Bikes these days need to be rougher and tougher to handle the trails we tend to ride. The new Drone is somewhat slacker and further stretched than its’ predecessor making for a more balanced ride. It starts with all-new geometry. A slackened head angle to 69 degrees, increased reach and a transition to shorter stems and wider bars throughout the size curve. This results in the Drone offering more predictable steering and a centered rider position for better control. The Drone is a racing hardtail that benefits from the modern era of geometry where bikes feature both ample climbing and descending capabilities. The new Drone frame looks completely different to its’ counterpart with its’ low sloping top tube offering riders a considerably low stand over height. The seat gusset was manufactured with the same design standards as Titan Racings’ full suspension Cypher, and the headtube resembles the same lines found on the rest of Titan Racing’s range of bikes. It’s obvious when looking at this bike that it fits into the rest of the family of bikes they have on offer and upon closer inspection the same attention to detail is evident. A few of the standout frame features on the all-new Drone include 12 speed – 1x specific gearing throughout the range, internal cable routing, boost axle spacing, and thru-axles front and rear. The frame is made from X6 ultra lightweight aluminium and it has been finished off with smooth welds. From a distance you can be forgiven for thinking it’s a carbon bike with the high gloss smooth finish they’ve achieved. Stealth dropper cable routing finishes off the frame feature list nicely and an increase in tyre clearance lets you take full advantage of wider-volume tyres, up to 2.35 inch on more challenging trails. Available in four men’s options and one ladies variant, there’s a full house of nicely spec’d bikes to choose from at different price points. Starting with the Expert, a SRAM SX 1 x12 bike with a Manitou fork, the Comp, with the new Shimano SLX 1 x12 drivetrain, and then the Elite and the Pro, feature RockShox Sid forks with the new Shimano XT 1 x12 and the SRAM GX 1 x12 drivetrains respectively. The whole range features an in-house TRC cockpit with wider handlebars, shorter stems, lock-on grips and a Fizik saddle. The wheels are Sun Ringle Helix rims mated to Vittoria Barzo 2.25 Tubeless Ready tyres. With build kits like these it truly ticks all the boxes for a real race-ready hardtail. The all-new Drone hardtail is the equivalent to a hot hatch pocket rocket. It offers riders all the frills of an up to date race bike in a condensed package that will get you round the track or down the next section of flowy single track with a grin. A hardtail should be simple and fun, and Titan Racing have delivered just that. It’s a hard wearing hassle free bike that can get you through many a race and even an Epic with little to no upgrades. Titan Racing is a brand focused on the consumer and they set out to offer customers more than just another bike. They strive to offer next level products at fair value money where they aim to improve their customers riding experience. Their designers look to create frames with forward thinking geometry, functional designs and stylish looks. They pair this with clever part choices to allow the best in category bikes for their customers. They call this the SMART Choice.
The New Valerian Pro is a road race bike that is ready for action. Catapulted to multiple wins by the Titan Racing Team, the new Valerian Pro is even faster. Using the same lightweight carbon frame and fork, with race-inspired geometry and stiff rigidity. The Pro is spec’d with a full Shimano Utegra groupset, hydraulic brakes and now deep section carbon rims laced to DT Swiss 350 hubs and covered in Vittoria racing rubber.
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. 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 aluminum 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 colored 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.
Everyone enjoys heading off into the wilderness for a night, switching off and connecting with nature. Taking your bike along, hitting a few trails and shredding some single track just makes it a whole lot better. Wesley Fourie has been keeping busy riding his carbon Cypher Pro, using all 120mm as he explores a little further on each ride. When heading out for the day the Cypher is the perfect bike to head a little further whilst still being able to enjoy the technical stuff. Wesley recently spent a night away with one goal in mind. Get some trail time on his new bike! Whilst there’s a pleasure pushing yourself to get to the top and enjoy the view, the real thrill is heading back down.
A not so long story about not so long ago. In 2005, a brand was started. We had 1 bike with 2 wheels and 2 seats. A tandem. Jump forward a couple years and we added a couple more bikes and called it a range. Some were carbon, some were fat and some were small. A few more years passed and we added Racing to our name, grew the team by a few members, brought the design of our bikes in-house to a mysterious place called the Forge and got the brand to a few new countries. #WINNING. Now we changed it up! And grew a little more. We launched 3 new rad bikes in 1 year, the Switch, the Valerian and the Cypher. Put our name on a team, and a team on our bikes. 15 Years later. We’ve pushed through the climbs, held on for the descents, and taken in the view on the flats. This one’s dedicated to all our consumers of years past and years to come. Here’s to 2020 and the launch of our new Drone, Skyrim and some cool bikes with motors! This year. Share the RIDE. #titanracingbikes
Kids just need to play, and there’s no better place than outside. Skidding, jumping and falling is all in a hard day’s work at the ‘Lil Shredders Club. Let your ‘lil shredders explore a little, ride and little and smile a lot with the Titan Racing Junior Range of bikes. All Titan Racing Bikes feature a 5 Year Multi-User Warranty. Make the SMART Choice.
The Rogue range of men and ladies bikes were designed to inspire cyclists to get outside and ride their bike. Regardless of your skill level, the Rogue Range is a capable bike that can handle a variety of terrains. With men and ladies specific designs, a great feature of these bikes is the low standover which makes navigating technical obstacles less stressful. Our new Titan Racing apparel and accessory ranges will help you get out and about in style. Visit our website to view the full range. All Titan Racing Bikes are sold with a 5 Year Multi-User Warranty.
Luke has been doing some training off the bike to perfect his jumping and little shredder skills. Over the past year, Luke has progressed in his riding in leaps and bounds. It’s pretty easy to get in so much practice when you love riding your bike as much as Luke does. He’s well on his way to shredding longer trails with more jumps and berms for added stoke. Just watch him go. Luke is still tearing up the forest trails and bike parks on his 20″ Titan Racing Hades. The suspension fork up front paired with the low standover height of our Junior range and grippy Vittoria Barzo tires means no log hop, tabletop and set of doubles is safe from Luke sending it! Get your shred on! #titanracingbikes
Project Cypher has been quite a lengthy process. Over the past 2 years, we’ve gone through many steps in the design process of the Cypher. Cliff Beckett, head designer chats about the steps we’ve taken to get the Cypher from the drawing board to the production phase.
Myles Kelsey from BikeNetwork.co.za set out to answer a question: On typical South African XC and marathon terrain, like in Jonkershoek Stellenbosch where the Cape Epic and Origin of Trails events pass-through is a 100mm or a 120mm bike faster? We set him up with our new 100mm Cypher RS and our 120mm Cypher so he could find the answer. With various Strava segments setup around a 2.82km lap to time the climb, descent, traverse and full laps we set out to answer that question. Now, we never used a power meter for the comparison but went old school – heart rate zone 5 with ‘blood in the back of the throat’ and one rider going absolutely as fast as possible for two laps on each bike. Yes there are many variables to these kinds of tests and we want to reiterate here that these are real world conditions and not a science lab. Although the section of singletrack on the test loop may look very technical, it is an actual piece that the Cape Epic uses and is as such a real race course. The test track is 2.82km long and two flying laps were done on each bike. Per lap the climbing portion is 1.11km, the flat section is 750m and the descent is 900m of 100% singletrack. The total elevation gain per lap is 115m. The average heart rate on both bikes is within 2%. If any brands want to come forward and offer us a power meter for future testing please feel free to reach out to us. Enjoy!
During the June holidays the Valley Electrical Titan Racing team had a team camp in the Garden Route. It was an opportunity for the team to do more than just training and reflect on the past few moths of racing and what they’ve achieved.
The Valley Electrical Titan Racing Team played an integral part in Project Cypher – our new 100mm / 120mm full-sus racing bike. Before finalising our production bikes, the team formed part of our test phase putting the Cypher through the harsh elements of racing. Between the 4 riders, they raced various styles and formats of racing; XC / Marathon / Stage Races to simulate real-world conditions. Racking up a total of more than 35 000km’s over 2000 hours. In this video, the Valley Electrical Titan Racing Team shares their feedback and thoughts on the Cypher from the past few months. View press release: https://titanracingbikes.com/the-all-… View range: https://titanracingbikes.com/mtb-range/
The all-new Cypher and Cypher RS has landed. A fully-fledged racing bike with enough flair to tear up the descents and power through the climbs. Racing snakes and weekend warriors will feel equally at home on the Cypher and Cypher RS with its pedal efficient platform and progressive geometry. View Range: https://titanracingbikes.com/mtb-range/ The brief was clear; design a marathon/XC bike with two water bottle cages, that climbs as well as it descends. While we did not redesign what a bike is or even should be, we went back to basics and built a bike focused on the riding. A truly SMART choice for the racer that wants a bike with a little more versatility. Two Bike Options With more rocks, roots, drops and jumps scattered along XC courses and the trails we froth to ride our capabilities have progressed and steered towards riding more capable bikes. Slacker head angles, longer reach, and dare we say more travel has become frequent sightings at the weekend grind. The new Cypher and Cypher RS fits right into this new age of riding with its’ progressive geometry. In short, the Cypher and Cypher RS is a short travel bike based on the metric shock standard. Using a metric standard shock allows for the design of two travel variations using the same frame by taking advantage of the ability to adjust the stroke length of the shock without affecting the eye-to-eye dimensions. A difference of 7.5mm on the stroke translates into 20mm of travel at the rear axle resulting in two variants; the 100mm Cypher RS has a 37.5mm stroke length while the Cypher has a 45mm stroke. In addition to the extra 20mm’s of travel on the Cypher it is spec’d with a wider 780mm bar compared to the 750mm flat bar on the Cypher RS. Other subtle hints to the capability and intended riding style of the Cypher include wider 2.35 tires and a Manic 125mm dropper post. Cypher – 120mm • 120mm rear wheel travel • 120mm fork • BB height – 342mm (High setting) (*Est. Vittoria Barzo 2.35 tire) • Head tube angle – 68° (High setting) Cypher RS – 100mm • 100mm rear wheel travel • 100mm fork • BB height – 333mm (High setting) (*Est. Vittoria Barzo 2.25 tire) • Head tube angle – 69° (High setting) One bike with a little more variety, because every trail is not the same. The decision to include a flip-chip into the design expands the riding capabilities of the Cypher and Cypher RS, enabling the ability to customise the geometry to the preference of the rider for trail conditions. In the low position, the head angle is reduced by half a degree, and the BB drops by 6mm. This allows riders to take full advantage of the bike and hit the descents and technical sections with elevated velocity. Both the Cypher and Cypher RS have been designed around 1x drivetrains specifically. A gently progressive leverage ratio is balanced between the ability to resist harsh bottom outs while still allowing the full use of travel. Progressive means that more force needs to be applied the further into the travel the rear axle moves in order to compress the shock – this makes for a supportive ride feel that is stable and composed. The leverage rate has been optimised so that it is not overly progressive, allowing for full use of travel. Anti-squat figures have been calculated to function optimally around 85-115% on 32T – 34T chainrings, those being the most popular size for 12-speed drive systems. Keeping up with industry trends and innovations the Cypher and Cypher RS frame use BSA threaded BB cups as opposed to press-fit for ease of maintenance and rider concerns over creaky BB’s. Additionally, the frame has internal cable routing solutions for a stealth dropper post, all gear shift cables, rear brake, and a remote lockout cable for the rear shock. Rear-axle standard is Boost 148, which allows us to maximise tire clearance without having to compromise on the rear center length. The Cypher and Cypher RS can carry two water bottles inside the front triangle where they can be easily accessed while riding, a must for racing. A low standover height is perfect for those technical sections and showing your buddies your best whip. We have really paid close attention to the market and delivering bikes at various price points. The Cypher and Cypher RS are available in both full carbon fiber options that feature the same carbon layup as well as more budget-friendly full aluminum versions. All the Cypher and Cypher RS bikes are spec’d with 1×12 drivetrains and shorter stems paired with a wider bar. On the top end bikes, carbon bars, seat posts, and rims are standard. Overall, the Cypher and Cypher RS are aimed to bridge the gap between quality high-end bikes that make riding more enjoyable and affordability. A genuine pledge to our commitment to quality lies with our 5 Year Multi-User Warranty that enables consumers to sell their bikes with a Warranty still in place.
The Valerian road race bike is available in 2 variants; the Pro and the Elite. A closer look at the Valerian frame reveals that both the Pro and Elite models are designed with the same carbon layup. The combined weight for frame and fork is around 1500 grams. Geometry wise the Valerian sports a slightly steeper head angle at 71 degrees which adds to the bikes overall agility and racer feel. The frame presents a solid and stiff ride without any noticeable energy sapping flex. The Valerian Pro is spec’d with a pro level race ready groupset; the Shimano Ultegra with Ultegra hydraulic discs. The wheelset on the Pro is also from Shimano, a RS170 disc wheelset that complements the build nicely. The saddle and handle bars are in house Titan Racing parts and the Pro is fitted with a carbon fiber seat post. As with all of Titan Racings’ bikes, the Valerian is sold with a unique 5 Year Multi-User Warranty.
Thanks to co2 canisters and inflators fixing a flat tire is much easier. Using compressed air gets you back on your ride in no time and if you’re running a tubeless setup you can easily get your tire back on the bead out on the trail. Titan Racing ambassador shows us how in a few easy steps. How to use a co2 cartridge and inflator: 1. The most common size for co2 canisters for cycling is 16g or 25g 2. Use either the Titan Racing Air Boost or Air Burst inflator 3. Screw the co2 cartridge into the inflator 4. Place the inflator over the valve and push 5. Inflate using the knob to adjust the flow 6. Pull the inflator off
Finding a comfortable position on the bike is a lot easier if you know what to adjust. Titan Racing ambassador, Wesley Fourie shows us his top tips for setting up your bike. How to set up your bike: 1. One finger breaking: – Loosen allen bolts on the break lever and gear shifetr. – Space out accordingly. – Do the same for both sides. – Align the brake levers to be level and tighten. 2. Adjust the saddle height. – The height should be roughly around your hip height. – For an exact measurement, measure your inseam. 3. Adjust the saddle level. 4. Set the handlebar angle and center the stem with the front wheel. For more “How To Videos” visit our YouTube channel. #titanracingbikes
Recap: During June, the Valley Electrical Titan Racing Team headed to the Garden Route to regroup as a team and get some riding in. While they were there, Tiffany Keep and Jamie Penfold competed in the ever-popular Knysna MTB and road race. They are held back to back and form part of the annual Oyster Festival. Day two saw the riders putting their road skills to the test, and we mean all their skills. Conditions were harsh with a very wet start, and the rain continued throughout the race intermittently. The course took the riders out of town along the N2 and over the White Bridge. Heading through Sedgefield and towards Kleinkrantz for a turn around along the same route. This time after passing through Sedgefield the riders turned off the N2 and towards the Karatara road where they encountered a short section of gravel to make things extra interesting. Tiffany Keep was consistent and focused throughout and won the Elite Ladies Race on her Valerian Pro.
During June, the Valley Electrical Titan Racing Team headed to the Garden Route to regroup as a team and get some riding in. While they were there, Tiffany Keep and Jamie Penfold competed in the ever-popular Knysna MTB and road race. They are held back to back and form part of the annual Oyster Festival. Day one saw the riders put their MTB skills to the test in the picturesque setting of the Garden Route. The weather wasn’t on the team’s side with a chilly and overcast start. Treated to some punchy climbs and flowy single track through the indigenous forest the duo raced well and managed to claim the podium. Tiffany won her race while Jamie finished a strong second after some challenging competition. Catch a few glimpses of our new Project Cypher dual-sus bike in action with the team.
The Valerian Pro is our answer to a fast, lightweight bike dedicated to racing. Available in two build specs, the Pro (Shimano Ultegra bike with Shimano Ultegra hydraulic discs) and the Elite (Shimano 105 bike with Tektro discs). The Valerian is built on a lightweight full carbon fiber frame that offers riders a stiff rigid ride. A true racers bike the Valerian sports a slightly steeper head angle which adds to the bikes overall agility and racer feel. As with all Titan Racing bikes, the Valerian features a unique 5 Year Multi-User Warranty. Press Release: https://titanracingbikes.com/ Bike Network Review: https://bikenetwork.co.za/review-ridi… Frame Geometry • Frame Sizes: 47cm / 49cm / 53cm / 56cm / 59cm • Stack: 550mm • Head angle: 71 degrees • Head tube length: 115mm • Top Tube length: 550mm • Seat Tube length: 500mm • BB Height: 274.5mm • Wheelbase: 988mm • Chainstay length: 408mm • Reach: 392mm Featured Models: Valerian Pro: https://titanracingbikes.com/product/… • Frame: New Carbon Valerian Road frame with 12mm Thru Axle • Frame Sizes: 47cm / 49cm / 53cm / 56cm / 59cm • Fork: Carbon Valerian Fork with 12mm Thru Axle • Crankset: Shimano Ultegra 50/34T • Cassette: Shimano 11-28T • Rear Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra • Front Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra • Shifters: Shimano Ultegra Disc • Brakes: Shimano Ultegra Disc • Hubs: Shimano RS170 Centerlock Disc • Rims: Shimano RS170 Disc Wheelset • Tires: Vittoria Rubino 700x 25C Folding • Seat: TRC TrimTech • Seat Post: TRC Carbon 27.2mm • Handlebars: TRC • Stem: TRC • Weight: 8,65kg Valerian Elite: https://titanracingbikes.com/product/… • Frame: New Carbon Valerian Road frame with QR • Fork: Carbon Valerian Fork with QR • Crankset: Shimano 105 50/34T • Cassette: Shimano 11-28T • Rear Derailleur: Shimano 105 • Front Derailleur: Shimano 105 • Shifters: Shimano 105 Disc • Brakes: Tektro Disc • Hubs: TRC Disc • Rims: TRC Wheelset • Tires: Vittoria Rubino 700x 25C Folding • Seat: TRC TrimTech • Seat Post: TRC C 27.2mm • Handlebars: TRC • Stem: TRC
The multi-discipline Valley Electrical Titan Racing Team has been on the scene since late January this year. Two of the team members in particular have been moving around the country, racing back to back in stage races and marathon events under the @vec_tr_team name. Founder and team member; Rossouw Bekker and his team mate Marc Fourie have made quite the racing duo. Embracing their individual strengths they’ve overcome their fair share of challenges and risen to the podium on multiple occasions.
A roller is a hump or series of humps in the trail. When approaching rollers, it’s best to keep your wheels on the ground. They are usually found in fast sections of the trail and if used correctly will help you generate speed. Wesley Fourie shows as some useful tips to do this with ease. How to ride a roller: 1. Level your feet before the obstacle. 2. Compress your weight in the middle of the transition. 3. Push through with your hips and feet.
If you wanting to sharpen up your skills on the bike, learning how to track stand is a great place to start. This is a useful skill for the road and the trail. Wesley Fourie shows us the important points to master track standing. Key points: 1. Get your pedals level. 2. Stand up. 3. Use your pedals and your brakes to keep yourself balanced. 4. Angle your wheel to help with your balance. 5. Practice.
No matter how hard we try, punctures are a part of riding bikes. Whether you’re riding tubeless, sealant filled tubes or standard tubes, it’s good to know how to fit a new tube properly. Wesley Fourie takes us through the steps to make sure it’s done the right way. How to change a tube: 1. Remove wheel. 2. Remove the valve lockring. 3. Use a tyre lever to unseat the tyre. 4. Pull out the tube. 5. Inspect the inside of the tyre for sharp points 6. Inflate the new tube slightly. 7. Insert tube starting at the valve. 8. Reseat the tyre on the rim. 9. Use tyre levers if needed. 10. Inflate tube to correct pressure. 10. Refit lockring for the valve. Get all your tubes: https://titanracingbikes.com/prod…
There are a few crucial points of contact when riding a bike, one of those being the grips. The Titan Racing Silicone MTB Grip offers riders a lightweight, shock absorbing non slip grip. Available in Black, Red, Turquoise, Blue, Neon Yellow, Orange, Pink and White. Key Features: Highly Durable and Lightweight Silicone Material Non-Slip Grip for All Weather Conditions Vibration Damping Functionality 6mm Thickness for Comfort Includes End Plugs View the range here: https://titanracingbikes.com/prod… How to install Titan Racing silicone MTB grips in 8 quick and easy steps. 1. Choose a colour 2. Loosen the bolt of your current Titan Racing lock on grips using a 3mm hex allen key. 3. Slide the grip off. 4. Spray window cleaner or rubbing alcohol on the handlebar. 5. Slide the new grip on. 6. Insert the end cap. 7. Leave to dry. 8. Check that the grip is secure before riding.
As Titan Racing expands it global foot print, it’s great to see our bikes being ridden in new parts of the world. The Stryker road range was designed for the recreational road rider with a lightweight X6 Aluminium frame and lightweight carbon fork to further reduce weight and soften the ride.
The Switch gravel bike is available in 2 spec options. The Pro and the Elite. Pro: https://titanracingbikes.com/prod…
The all new Switch gravel bike range is built on our new carbon gravel frame featuring thru-axles, disc brake mounts and internal cable routing. Featured model: Switch Elite Fast facts: – All new Carbon Fibre Switch Gravel Frame and Fork is stiff and offers lightweight performance. – 12mm Thru-Axles aid in stiffness and strength. – Internal cable routing keeps cables hidden from the the elements and out of the way from getting damaged. – Shimano 105 drivetrain offers reliability and snappy changes at its’ best. – Tektro mechanical disc brakes offer performance in all conditions. – Titan Racing wheelset with thru -axle is lightweight and strong. – Vittoria Terreno tires provide ample grip on all surfaces. – Lightweight TRC cockpit with Selle Royal saddle. – Titan Racing PU/EVA foam bar tape. – Multi-user 5 Year Warranty ensures that you are buying quality. View Bike: https://titanracingbikes.com/prod…
Luke Futter and his dad, Barry, love nothing more than hitting the trails. Heading out on their bikes together is more than just going for a ride. It’s experiences that turn into memories. Recently Luke and his dad hit the World Famous G-Spot Trail in Stellenbosch, South Africa. Luke showed off his skills showing how comfortable he is on his bike, making sure dad couldn’t get too close 😉
Whether you’re racing the clock or racing to win, the Stryker Road bike has what it takes. Watch riders Rossouw Bekker and Ryan Lenferna on their early morning ride.
The Titan Racing Drone Series is built for weekend warriors and racing snakes alike. Ticking all the boxes for a great hardtail: – Lightweight Hydroformed Frame made from X6 Race Aluminium is stiff and sports a race inspired geometry with Thru-Axle. – Internal cable routing keeps cables hidden from the the elements and out of the way from getting damaged. – Boost 148 axle spacing means that the spacing between your hub’s flanges can be increased ultimately allowing you to run a stronger, stiffer, more efficient wheel. – Dropper post routing allows riders to fit a dropper post which inspires confidence. – A 750mm wide handlebar paired with a short stem create a confidence inspiring cockpit for the rider. – TR lock on grips keep the rider in contact with the bike at all times. – Multi-user 5 Year Warranty ensures that you are buying quality.
If you looking for a classically-styled, comfortable and simple bike to cruise around town or the beach, then the Plus Cruiser Range is for you. Be the envy this summer.
Whether it’s racing, training or simply leisure riding you are looking for, the Stryker Series offers you a quality ride with the latest technological trends. Disc brakes and Aero rims make the Stryker Series stand out.
Titan Racing ambassador, Luke Futter, shows off his skills on the Hades 20″ Junior bike.
The Rogue Range is aimed at those who ride for fun. Mens and ladies specific models make finding the right bike for you an easy choice. Our 5 Year Multi-User Warranty ensures you are buying quality and our full range of apparel and accessories make it even easier to find what you need before hitting the trail.
The Drone Pro is a hardtail built for racing. World Cup rider, Rossouw Bekker, takes on the Coetzenburg UCI Mountain Bike World Cup Course in Stellenbosch.
Our 27.5″ Plus+ Bike range is specced with 2.8 inch tyres which result in extra dampening due to the increased tyre volume which helps absorb bumps. Combining this with the much larger contact area found on Plus tyres generally result in more grip which is always welcomed by trail riders. The combination of these results in a bike that offers the rider more confidence, benefitting the average rider to really get the full enjoyment out of the trail they are on.
The Drone hardtail XC bike and Sonic marathon bike feature SRAM GX 1×12 drivetrains, SRAM Level brakes, RockShox forks and Sun Ringle Helix rims paired with lightweight frames. These bikes were designed for racing.
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