The BoneStealer stalks the lush fern forests of Oregon. This stealthy titanium predator is the official race bike of the PDX Ti team. It’s another masterpiece from the magicians at Portland’s Ti Cycles. The BoneStealer’s curvaceous frame features Ti Cycles’ signature pierced top tube and monostay design. Fully customizable, it has a 120 mm fork (with 100 mm and 140 mm options), belt-drive dropouts, and multiple wheel size options: 29, 26 or 27.5 inch, plus 69er (26 rear, 29 front) or 675 (26 rear, 27.5 front).
Ti Cycles is renowned for its innovative bikes across all styles. Its SOLID city bike was a runner-up in the prestigious Oregon Manifest competition and was featured in Wired Magazine and many other media outlets. Founder Dave Levy is passionate about transportation bikes and has recently created two new electric bikes that will appear at upcoming bike trade shows.
The FIX-E is a fast and fun electric bike powered by the intriguing Zehus hub motor. The Zehus has no external wires, recharges its internal battery with regenerative braking and is operated from a handlebar mounted smartphone app with wireless Bluetooth connectivity. The FIX-E’s titanium frame, bar and stem have internal cable routing for a sleek aesthetic. Look for the FIX-E at the Bespoked UK Handmade Bicycle Show (April 17-19 in Bristol, England).
Now meet your STEPS Child. This pedelec showcases the new Shimano STEPS eBike drive system, and it will be displayed in the Shimano booth at the Sea Otter Classic bike show (April 16-19 in Monterey, California). With its STEPS mid-drive motor, Di2 electronic shifting, randonneur geometry, Gates belt drive, plus custom racks with integrated battery, fender and lock mounts, this performance eBike is made for roaming forested and fern-dappled lonely roads. ticycles.com