Form Cycles Prevail 29 – custom built Ti 29er


We talk with Daryl Roberts, an ex-Titus Cycles employee that now works as a small hand builder called Form Cycles out of Sedona, AZ.

Here, Daryl gives us some information about this Ti 29er, built with the BB30 spec and oversized head tube.

From their website:
“FORM was created to connect a passionate community of cyclists to a customized ride, utilizing proven materials like Titanium and steel, with proven designs. By offering custom geometry, oversized head tubes, BB30, handcrafted seat/chain stays, and artistic design, FORM bikes are built to maximize the life of your investment with exceptional fit and superior function.”


About the author: Gregg Kato

Gregg Kato studied journalism and broadcasting in college while working many different jobs including deejaying, driving a forklift and building web sites (not all at the same time). Kato enjoys riding local Santa Cruz trails. Besides being an avid mountain biker, he is also a motorcycle fanatic. Two wheels, one Passion.


  • Anonymous says:

    This bike handles like a 26″ and rolls through the most technical terrain out there! It feels a few pounds lighter than my full XTR 853 which is 24.5lbs. Can’t wait to rock this bike for the rest of the season!

  • Anonymous says:

    Looks awesome.

  • Anonymous says:

    Finally!!! I’m reall glad to see that someone took the plunge. That’d be how I’d build a 29er rocket.

  • Anonymous says:

    is handling like a 26″ wheel bike the holy grail of 29″ wheel bikes?

  • Anonymous says:

    That 29’er looks awesome, I might just have to make an Arizona trip and try one out, I’ve been looking for a bike that was all about form and function with out all the gimmic’s some current manufactures like to add to there bikes. With the roll over and clearance/ climbing abilities of a 29’er thats light enough to flick around like a 26’er would be the best of both worlds. Good luck you guys.

  • Anonymous says:

    Nice to see they got some coverage, lots of bikes at the show, that were show.These were purpose built to use bikes, some of the nicest welds at show.

  • Anonymous says:

    good luck Daryl on your new venture, hope it all works out! Bike looks great.

  • Anonymous says:

    I’m very proud to say that Daryl Roberts, owner of Form Cycles is my team sponsor

  • Tim says:

    Hey Scott
    Wouldn’t you want to ride it rather than “rock it”

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