The Echelon is a top specification titanium frame, made in Britain and sure to be a future classic
Our finest 3AL 2.5V titanium frame, handcrafted in Great Britain here in our Sussex workshop. The Enigma Echelon sits comfortably between our best selling Excel and Evade models. Designed for fast endurance/sportive riding, the Echelon is beautifully balanced, very responsive and bestows awesome power transfer along with a forgiving ride quality to make it the perfect choice for distance riders. Echelon features carefully selected grade 9 3AL 2.5V double-butted titanium main tubes to shave off extraneous weight and the frame shares the same high-performance Ultra-Formed/Exogen rear triangle with our top of the range Excel. Echelon is a top specification titanium frame, made in Britain and sure to be a future classic. Available in Disc or Caliper versions
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I just thought I'd drop you a line just to say how pleased I am with my bike. Every time I ride it it gives me a buzz! It's everything I was looking for and more. I have had it a few months now and covered a few miles on it, but every time i ride it there is a big grin on my face. If you could thank your team from me please, they have all done a fantastic job! And I do keep telling everyone "get an Enigma you won't regret it!"David Newcombe
"The Enigma (Echelon) has a much more traditional frame style that makes it simply stunning to ride. It’s a beautiful bike and one that it’s really hard not to lose your heart to."Find out why Bikes Etc magazine awarded Gold to the Enigma Echelon.
"A rare, British-designed and welded titanium frameset."
"Excellent feel of the road while remaining consistently comfortable. The responsive, stiff frame rockets up the climbs. Highly polished decals are subtle but impressive."read Bikes Etc Magazine Review of the Enigma Echelon