We try to sell only what we can build in the next month; with high demand and a small team, the simplest and fairest way. We don't take preorders until we are certain that stock will be in place. During busy periods we release stock at 9am on the first day of the month subject to availability as shown below.
Check below for stock availability on your choice of frame colour as well as bike build kit.
We worked with Title MTB to create a limited edition Fade build that's just about as clean as they come.
Unless you've been hiding under a rock, you'll know by now that the Fade has earned a reputation as one of the finest DJ platforms currently available, so it's only fitting for us to work with Title on this one. Their ethos is to keep things clean and simple but to focus on quality and performance, values close to our own.
The Title limited edition is built around the Fade frame in our own matte-black powder coat finish and shares much of it's DNA with the Fade Works. A Rockshox Pike DJ fork, Halo Chaos DJ wheels shod with Maxxis DTH tyres running a 11-28t ratio on Descendant 6k cranks. The chain's a Gusset Slink 1/2 link in black. But that's where the similarity ends; we've changed things up for the brake and finishing kit...
Title MTB supply their ST1 stem and AH1 alloy bar. They're both presented in a super clean way but until you see them in the flesh it's hard to appreciate the quality and precision. We paired them up with a Title CNC seat clamp and AP1 alloy post. That runs the Title JS1 jump saddle. All-in-all its a setup that looks and feels just right.
We decided a bike like this deserved something a bit special to finish it off, and we managed to secure ten sets of the the Magura MT5 Fabio Wibmer signature brake to do the job. They're trick. Only ten will be made.
This bike will be released at 9am on Thursday 1st April.
The Fade frame is available in one size only. It's designed as a compact dirt jump & pump-track bike but reach is a little bit longer than most, so it's perfect if you're a mountain biker accustomed to modern, long enduro bikes.
It takes a few days for us to prepare your order before shipping. At busy times there can be a build queue of a few days which may affect lead times. Preorders can take up to 30 days to ship.
Shipping a DJ bike to a UK address costs £20 and to an EU address £40. More info
All prices on the website include UK sales tax of 20%. If you are in the EU, select your shipping destination at the checkout stage and the website will automatically remove the UK sales tax before you are asked to pay.
Orders shipped to the EU may also incur local sales taxes (typically 15-25%) and import duties (14%). More info