District Vision Will Sell You a Titanium Touring Bike That Costs $30k

Money’s all relative anyway, right? Most decent full suspension mountain bikes will run you at minimum $3,000 at this point. Plenty of carbon gravel bikes with electronic shifting at my LBS for $10k. I recently took a bunch of spins on an $11k Moots titanium bike.

Seems like a bargain now!

Because District Vision, a boutique apparel and sport specs designer in California has recently released the mother of all “is this a joke?” bespoke bike builds. I assume it’s a one off, but it’s not clear from the website. A $30k custom titanium tourer.

What is clear is this thing is a *beaut*. Which it sure as hell better be. Titanium pretty much everything. SRAM AXS groupset, as you’d expect (nay, demand). Custom Dyneema frame bags. A Brooks saddle. Titanium water bottles, it appears.

I put it in my cart, just for fun. Here’s what it looks like:

For a brief moment, the cost of this bike caused me to begin adding up the total cost of the bikes I’ve bought over the years to compare, and, well, I don’t recommend you do that!



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