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Staff Rides: Dylan’s Santa Cruz V10 Downhill Machine

Staff Rides: Dylan’s Santa Cruz V10 Downhill Machine

When it comes to leading by example, our Product Manager Dylan shows how it’s done, not just in the office but also on the trails. Dylan’s Santa Cruz V10 8 CC is a prime example of what it takes to dominate the most challenging downhill trails. Here’s a closer look at the components that make his bike an absolute downhill beast.

Frame: Santa Cruz V10 8 CC (Size Large)

At the core of Dylan’s setup is the Santa Cruz V10 8 CC frame. This large-sized frame is built for speed and stability, providing the perfect geometry to tackle the steepest and most technical descents. The V10 is renowned for its robust construction and incredible performance, making it a top choice for serious downhill riders.

Fork: Fox 40 Factory 29"

Up front, the Fox 40 Factory 29" fork offers a plush 203mm of travel, soaking up big hits and keeping the front end under control. The larger 29” wheels help smooth out rough terrain, making it easier to maintain speed and control over obstacles.

Rear Shock: FOX DHX2 Performance Elite Coil with SLS Coil

The rear suspension is handled by the FOX DHX2 Performance Elite Coil with an SLS Coil. This shock provides consistent damping and a smooth ride, ensuring that every bump and jump is absorbed with precision.

Handlebar: Title MTB FORM 31.8 x 25mm (800mm width)

The Title MTB FORM handlebar is 800mm wide, offering excellent stability and control. The 31.8 x 25mm dimensions provide a comfortable grip, making it easier to maneuver through technical sections and sharp turns.

Stem: Title MTB DM1 31.8mm (coming soon)

The soon-to-be-released Title MTB DM1 31.8mm stem will be a perfect match for the handlebars, providing a strong and reliable connection. This stem is designed to handle the rigors of downhill riding, ensuring that every input is translated into precise movements.

Grips: Title MTB L01 Black

The Title MTB L01 grips in black provide a secure and comfortable hold, reducing hand fatigue and ensuring that you stay in control, no matter how rough the trail gets.


Saddle: Title JS1 Black

Comfort and durability are key when it comes to saddles, and the Title JS1 in black delivers both. It provides the support needed for long descents without compromising on performance.

Seatpost: Title CP1 31.6mm

The Title CP1 seatpost holds the saddle firmly in place, offering reliability and stability in the most demanding conditions.

Pedals: Title Connect C Clipless Prototype Pedals

The Title Connect C Clipless Prototype pedals provide a large platform and excellent grip, ensuring that your feet stay planted, giving you the confidence to tackle any trail with ease.

Brakes: SRAM Code Bronze Stealth

Stopping power is critical in downhill biking, and the SRAM Code Bronze Stealth brakes deliver. Known for their reliability and power, these brakes provide the confidence needed to handle steep and technical descents.

Rotors: SRAM HS1 220mm Front, 200mm Rear

The braking setup is complemented by SRAM HS1 rotors, with a 220mm rotor at the front and a 200mm rotor at the rear. This combination ensures powerful and consistent braking performance, allowing for precise control when you need it most.

Crankset: SRAM Descendant DH, 165mm, 36T

The SRAM Descendant DH crankset, with a 36T chainring, offers the strength and durability needed for downhill riding. The 165mm length provides a perfect balance between clearance and power transfer.

Shifter: SRAM GX 7 Speed

Shifting duties are handled by the SRAM GX 7 Speed shifter, offering precise and reliable gear changes. This is essential for maintaining momentum and control on varied terrain.

Derailleur: SRAM GX 7 Speed

The SRAM GX 7 Speed derailleur works in harmony with the shifter, providing smooth and accurate gear shifts, even under the harshest conditions.

Cassette: SRAM PG720 DH, 11-25T

The SRAM PG720 DH cassette, with its 11-25T range, offers the ideal gearing for downhill racing. It allows for high-speed runs while providing enough range to tackle any terrain.

Rims: Santa Cruz Reserve AL 6069

The Santa Cruz Reserve AL 6069 rims are built tough, designed to withstand the rigors of downhill riding. They offer a perfect balance of strength and weight, ensuring reliability without compromising performance.

Hubs: Industry Nine 1/1

Industry Nine 1/1 hubs are known for their reliability and quick engagement. They provide instant power transfer and ensure your wheels stay true and spinning smoothly.

Tires: Maxxis Assegai 29 x 2.5" 3C DH MaxxGrip

Finally, the Maxxis Assegai tires, with their 29 x 2.5" 3C DH MaxxGrip compound, offer unmatched grip and durability. These tires are designed to handle the toughest trails, providing the traction and control needed for aggressive downhill riding.

Dylan’s Santa Cruz V10 is more than just a bike; it’s a downhill racing machine that offers unmatched performance and reliability. Whether it’s bombing down steep descents or tackling technical trails, this setup provides the confidence and control needed to push the limits.

Happy trails!

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Max Langille 2023 Mixtape - Title MTB

Max Langille 2023 Mixtape - Title MTB
After recovering from a Lisfranc fracture in late Spring 2023, Title MTB athlete, Max Langille, wanted to create a highlight reel-style video with the remaining time he had left in the MTB season. Max and filmmaker/cinematographer friend, Ohad Nir, set out to capture a variety of riding styles to showcase Max's creative and original steeze. Continue reading

Staff Rides: Dyl's Commencal FRS

Staff Rides: Dyl's Commencal FRS
Our Product and Sales Manager, Dylan, has added another bike to his fleet for 2023! Dyl has built up a Commencal FRS frame with the intention of creating the ultimate playful, bike park machine.  Continue reading

Introducing Connect Pedals by Title MTB

Introducing Connect Pedals by Title MTB
Connect is our entrance into the world of pedals and our goal was to bring the same high-quality, minimalist, and clean look that we are known for over to this new pedal. In the design process, a few key features we set out to include were a low profile, concave pedal that has deflect angles on every surface to mitigate impacts as much as possible.  Continue reading

Hayden Zablotny Winter in Utah - Video

Title athlete and up and coming freerider, Hayden Zablotny, migrated south from his home in Vernon, B.C., in order to ride and continue progressing throughout the Canadian winter months. While on the road, Hayden met up with some riding buddies and ended up tagging along with cinematographer, Caleb Ely, on another shoot Caleb was on. One thing led to another, and Hayden hung around for the rest of Caleb's shoot, while also collecting clips of his own. The result; 'Winter in Utah'. Enjoy!

 “Working with Hayden was a pleasure. A last minute shoot fell into place last Fall down in Utah. I believe Hayden was 3 weeks into a road trip with the primary focus on meeting new people, riding new areas, and progressing his skills on a mountain bike. When I met Hayden in Utah, he was traveling in his Xterra with an old memory foam mattress and all necessary belongs for such a trip crammed into the back of his car. The motivation and love for mountain biking was truly shown by this humble and simple form of travel. Not long after, I was quickly able to see the passion Hayden had for this sport and appreciated how he could make the most simplistic feature a work of art with his unmistakable style. Three days later, we had wrapped up this short passion project leaving me excited to see what the future holds for Hayden with his original style and skill. Three long days, many different riding zones, miles on miles hiking for my shots, and one quick piece to show just a little of Hayden’s potential." 

- Caleb Ely 

"The way this project came together was quite a coincidence, and I’m very grateful to have been in the right place at the right time to make this video happen. Just after Rampage, my homie Talus set out with Caleb to start filming a video they had planned to shoot for a while. One evening, Talus asked me if I wanted to come help him build and test a feature the following day. We built it, tested it, then had a session on it in the evening. Talus asked if I could tag along for the rest of the filming, and Caleb agreed to doing a piggy back on his video. Big thank you to Caleb for making that happen.

I originally headed south with plans to watch Rampage, then go to California until the end of November, followed by a long drive back up to Canada. I watched Rampage and ended up staying in Utah for another 6 weeks. I then decided to extend my stay once again when it snowed in Vernon at an early time of year. So, on November 14th, I packed my car and headed to Dylan Stark’s place in Lake Elsinore, CA. I stayed there until late November, where I then drove to my friend Evan’s house in Santa Cruz. Talus was there at the time and I stayed there until November 30th, then headed back to Lake Elsinore until December 4th. I then left Utah on December 28th to go to Talus’s house in Bellingham for New Years, then back home to Vernon. 

I’m super thankful to have such a supportive company behind me, and support me doing the things I love. This video was unexpected, however, it I think it showcases some of my best riding. I got to ride with Talus while we were filming everything, and I think we both pushed each other ride at our best. Massive thank you to to Title for presenting 'Winter in Utah'." 

-Hayden Zablotny  

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Meet the New Members of the Title Family

2022 was an exciting, whirlwind of a year for Title and our athlete family. From learning to improve and adapt new product research, design, and development in a post-pandemic world, to winning a RedBull Rampage Title, and Crankworx podium results, we and our riders enjoyed the fruits of what last year had to offer. All of that being said, we have already hit the ground running in 2023 and look forward to seeing what lays ahead this year, including some new product releases, creative projects, as well as a few additions to our athlete family.  Continue reading

Introducing FORM - Grips by Title MTB

Introducing FORM - Grips by Title MTB
FORM grips feature an overhanging lip on the bar end side to ensure the elements are sealed out and the grips stay firmly in place. This accomplishes a similar security to lock-ons, but in a single ply grip, making them suitable for any style of riding. Continue reading

Introducing FORM - A Handlebar Series by Title MTB

Introducing FORM - A Handlebar Series by Title MTB
FORM; a change in shape. This handlebar design has been nearly three years in the making as company founder and CEO, Brett Rheeder, worked closely with our engineers on dozens upon dozens of different design ideas and revisions to come up with something new. The result is a completely original line of handlebars including both carbon and aluminum options.  Continue reading

Staff Rides: Ben's Commencal Absolut

Staff Rides: Ben's Commencal Absolut
While our athletes undoubtedly have some of the nicest bikes around, the staff at Title can certainly hold their own when it comes to 'bike check quality' rides. This time, I am going to be doing a bike check on my personal DJ bike, the Commencal Absolut. Continue reading
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