I am delighted to reintroduce the Singular Pegasus. The winged horse was the titanium version of our very first frame – the Swift 29er mountain bike, a frame vaunted for its ride quality as well as style and value. I am now working with a builder in the far east with a very good reputation for both quality and long term reliability.
These will be made to order in small batches on an approximately monthly basis.
Standard geometry – pretty much duplicating the last batch of Swifts – M, L & XL see below for full geometry details and some notes. If you are really desperate for a small or XXL mail me and I’m sure we can work it out.
Standard tubing – a size specific selection of 3Al/2.4V Titanium to give that fabled lively ride
Standard frame – £1850 (including UK VAT)
- 44mm ID head-tube to allow for use of a tapered or straight fork steerer
- Single chainring
- 73mm BSA threaded bottom bracket shell
- 142×12 thru axle
- Internal dropper-post cable routing
- Bolt-on cable guides on underside of down tube
- Three bottle cage mounts – seat tube, down tube, underside of down tube
- Post mount rear brake on the chainstay
- Clearance for 29×2.4″ or 27.5×3.0″ tyres
- Eccentric bottom bracket shell and insert – genuine Bushnell lightweight (+£150)
- T47 bottom bracket shell
- Rear rack-mounts
- 135mm QR dropout spacing
- More tyre clearance (up to 29×3.2″)
- 1 1/8″ external cup (34mm ID) head tube
- No gear cable routing – singlespeed specific
- Spare rear derailleur hanger
- Omit any of the standard options – bottle cages, dropper post routing etc.
Any other ideas not listed here just let me know. The basic geometry and tubing can’t change, most other things should be do-able.
With the exception of…
- Sliding dropouts
- Press-fit BB shell
Sorry, not going to get into any of those things.
To pay your deposit just click the below button and make the payment. Email me to confirm the details of your final specification and I will send you an invoice confirming the full spec and final price including shipping, applicable taxes (or not), and any selected extras.
Compared to the most recent batch of Swifts these are a little longer in reach for the same ETT due to the kinked seat tube. This is meant to be run with a little shorter (approx 20mm) stem for a similar fit. Equally, the STA is a nominal 72deg, but that is the angle of the upper portion of the seat tube, if we look at from centre of BB to centre of top of seat post it is more like 73deg. Stack is also a little higher as it is built around a longer fork.
More pics coming soon!