Frame: Lightweight, cold-worked, shaped 6AL/4V titanium with 1 1/8” integrated head tube.
Frame Weight (53cm): 2.5 lbs.
Fork: Reynolds Ouzo Pro carbon.
Features: Oversized, multi-sided top tube and down tube, 6/4 cable stops, drop-outs and brake bridge, engraved Douglas logo on head tube.
Sizes: 49-61cm. center to top.
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