The Sonic full suspension 100mm marathon bike received a revamp for 2018. The lightweight aluminium frame features hydroformed tubing bringing the looks up to date, Boost 148mm hub spacing resulting in better rigidity and less flex in the rear, through axels, internal cable routing and dropper cable routing.
Entering into the trail market after the success of their first Plus+ bike, three options are available. The Skyrim is a full suspension 140mm 650B plus trail bike. Highlights include Boost 148mm spacing, internal cable routing and dropper posts across the range. The Plus+ hardtail has a new frame on the higher end models and features a 120mm fork up front, internal cable routing and dropper posts.
Following industry trends, the Stryker road range has been treated to disc brakes across all the models as well as a lightweight frame, carbon fibre fork and deep section wheels. The Stryker has a wide appeal to a range of riders at various levels of riding.
The well-known hardtail range has been split in 2; the Drone Range and Rogue Range. The Drone range is aimed towards the racer with its lightweight frame, higher spec levels and clean finish. The Rogue range covers the leisure and sport riders offering a solid platform to start off on.
Titan Racing offers some of the best Junior bikes in the market covering a full range from 12” to 26” with various options for different price points in each range as well as girls specific bikes. The range has grown larger this year with the addition of 12” push bikes strengthening the offering in the market.
Extending the range, the Titan Racing cruiser bikes named Malibu and California offer an updating view on the traditional cruiser. 650B plus tyres, disc brakes and grip shift make this bike different from the rest.
Back by popular demand is the Titan Racing Whopper fatbike. Available in the Sport model only, the Whopper caters for those looking to get out on the sandy beaches or snowy tracks at an affordable price point.