All you need to know about Titanium Frames

Titanium frames are the best for cycling, here the reasons why you should choose one.

As often happens with cars and motorbikes, bicycle has to show the uniqueness of a choice, not only in a context concernig the urban travel but also in sporting and amusement context.

This phenomenon is pointed out by customers who are getting more and more specialized and they want to express their uniqueness and their “bicycle life-style” through very precise and specific choices about materials, shape, size, colors, graphics and components.

The titanium frame, being an element of great characterization, is the object of many personalizations which follows two main ways: the functional and the aesthetic way.

Titanium has been revealed as the best material to produce bicycles because has a high strength-to-weight ratio, It is a strong metal with low density and is quite ductile. The commercial grades of titanium are equal to that of common, low-grade steel alloys, but are 45% lighter. Titanium is 60% more dense than aluminium, but more than twice as strong.

Despite carbon is the most used material for the production of cycle frames at the moment and it’s lighter, titanium is much more resistant and it can ensure a better absorption of the shocks avoiding all those unfairy backache and arm pain. Moreover, with ultralight components, a bike can  weigh only 6,9 kg.

Nevi is an Italian builder specialized in titanium frames and bicycles, perhaps the last one to produce in Europe.

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