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Rewel Ti

Weight: N.A
Date Setup: 8th Oct 2011
Price: N.A
With Owner? Yes
Rewel Ti 's Description:
A custom, made-to-measure, Made in Italy, Titanium road frame by Rewel.
1) Campy Super Record 11-speed (2012 Ti model)
2) Crane Creek 110 headset (Red, 2010 model)
3) 3T Funda Pro fork
4) 3T Arx Pro Stem & 3T Ergonova Pro handlebar
5) SpeedPlay Zero Stainless with 59mm spindle Look Keo 2 Max pedals
6) Selle SMP Dynamic

Upgrades for 2012:
1) Syntace P6 AL Seatpost
2) Campagnolo Eurus Mega G3 Clincher Wheelset (2012 model)

Upgrade for 2013:
1) NiteRider Solas 2W & Moon Shield 60 rear light
2) Cateye RD410DW Strada Digital Wireless cycle computer
3) SpeedPlay Zero Stainless with 59mm spindle
4) BikeMate computer mount

Upgrade for 2014:
1) Selle SMP Dynamic (2014)
2) Cateye out front mount
3) Elite Cannibal water bottle cages x2
4) SwissStop RacePRO BXP (blue) rim brake pads
5) QuadLock mount

Upgrade for 2015:
1) K-Edge Cateye out front mount
2) Bike Pure headset cover
3) Fly6 Mk2 rear light & camera
4) The Italian Road Bike Mirror (IRBM)
5) Fizik bar tape
6) Infini Lava I-260W front light
7) Syntace P6 Carbon Seatpost
8) Clément Strada LGG tyres 120 TPI (700x23c front, & 700x25c rear)

Upgrade for 2016:
1) Wheelworks Handcrafted Wheels Maker tubulars (35mm front & 50mm rear)
2) Schwalbe One Tubular Road Tyres (24mm & 26mm)
3) K-Edge Garmin XL mount
4) Bryton Rider 310 & Cateye ISC-11 ANT+ Speed/Cadence Sensor
5) Niterider Solas 40
6) Cycliq Fly12 (Camera + Front Light)
7) Elite Paron Carbon & Cannibal Carbon water bottle cages

1) Scicon Phantom 230 RL 2.1 - Saddle Bag
2) Infini Lava I-260W
3) Cycliq Fly12, Fly6 Mk2, NiteRider Solas 40 & Moon Shield 60 (mounted on helmet) rear lights
4) Kask Vertigo Cycling Helmet
5) Rudy Project Exception sunglasses

Thanks to Rewel & Cycle Craft Singapore for such a sweet ride.


Any particular reason for running a wider rear tyre? I just got into road biking so exploring different stuff riders do on their bikes. :)

moonis_ahmed on 25th Mar 2013 1:30 PM


This is for rear tyre only. It's for comfort (less pressure required), less rolling resistance, better grip when cornering, etc. Search the forum. I have posted some links to research about this topic.

25th Mar 2013 3:50 PM


I like the look of your bike. I'm wondering if it's my size, though. I need a 58 or 60 cm (Large) frame size. Would this bike work? Also, what is the price? Thanks Justin

jbergman75 on 24th Mar 2013 4:53 PM


Hi Justin,

The frame is made to measure so it will be based on your measurements.

Here's a guide:

Off-the-shelf & bespoke pricing is the same, but you need to talk to Louis at Cycle Craft to finalise your pricing. Should be around $4.5 with fork with your options thrown in - custom name, message, etc.


25th Mar 2013 3:48 PM