A titanium alloy charged bike has hit the headlines again with the publication of the video below, which has been gaining attention on social media.
The footage shows a gravel cyclist riding through the city on a titanium bike while holding a plastic bottle on his hip.
The video is a compilation of footage that has been captured by the user Titanium.
He has captured the footage at a number of events including the US Touring Cyclist Touring Classic (USCTC), the Tour of Norway, the Tour de France and the Tour Down Under.
In this clip, the rider is clearly riding through a residential area, seemingly not at the bike’s speed, and is clearly in front of a building, which is clearly visible from the video.
Titania has been in contact with the rider, who has provided him with the footage.
“I am still looking into what’s going on here, but it’s pretty clear the bike was a result of the collision, and we need to investigate what caused it,” a spokesperson for the Touringcyclist Tour’s Organising Committee told Cyclingnews.
“The bike was on a dirt road, which means it wasn’t in the same part of the city, which would be a factor in the crash.
There are no injuries in this video, but there were a few scratches on the bike, which I don’t think will ever go away.
A spokesperson for Tiresport International, which owns the company that produces the titanium bicycle, said: “Titane is extremely disappointed that this video has been posted online, but we have been in regular contact with both the rider and the organisers, and will provide any support they may need.”
The cyclist is wearing a helmet and is wearing protective clothing.
In the video, the cyclist has a plastic bag on his shoulder and holds a plastic tube with a tube in his pocket.
He has no idea what happened, although he says he heard something like ‘bang, bang’.
He can be seen leaning against a tree while holding the plastic tube in both hands.
The rider was wearing a black hoodie with the logo of the Tour Cyclist’s Organizing Committee on the back.”
He’s probably on his own because the police have not been able to find him.
The bike was registered to a person from Norway, and I don, at this point, know the owner, and it’s unclear how he’s been able on to this road,” the spokesperson said.”
If the rider were to come across any damage to the bike or the tube, the police would be able to investigate and take action.
Titans use the alloy to create a very strong, strong, lightweight alloy that’s extremely strong.
It is also very light, weighing only 3.2 kilograms (6.8 pounds).
“Titanes use the titanium in the production of their bicycle frames, and are very proud of the fact that it is the most versatile material used in the industry.”
Titanics bikes are also the most aerodynamic of any bicycle on the market.
“It is an incredibly versatile material that is used in many different industries, including aerospace, construction, building and medicine.”
The cyclist can be heard saying ‘bang bang’ in the background.
“There are lots of videos of cyclists who have fallen from a high rise building and hit the ground, but this is the first time anyone has been able, in real-time, to witness the collision,” the organisation’s spokesman said.
Titanic has since launched a formal investigation into the crash and the incident is under investigation.
It is believed the rider was travelling along the road, at a speed of 50km/h (30mph), and was riding at a high speed.
Titanian has also launched a website to promote its titanium bikes, which features the same footage captured on the video as well as an explanation of the titanium alloy.
This clip has been viewed more than 30,000 times on YouTube, and has been shared more than 6,000,000.