NAHBS 2010 – Whether you’re traveling around town or around the globe (and don’t want the airlines to know…looking at you, United), Dean Titanium had a sweet range of their bikes on display.

Above is the Randonneur, built with couplers, disc brakes and fenders, it’s one sweet looking touring bike.  The white bits are just icing on the cake.  Custom sized frames start at $2,350 and the S&S Titanium couplers are $750.

Check out the rest, including that Track bike in the background, after the break…


Dean’s Track Bike is clean, simple and pretty.  Ti version starts at $1,850, or get it in True Temper OX Platinum steel for $1,250.


This 29er is the TransAlp, a cross between a road and mountain bike that could probably trounce the field in any non-UCI cyclocross race (disc brakes).  Frames start at $2,850.


Giving the CoMooter a run for it’s high end money, this Dean commuter is, well, I don’t know what it is.  I didn’t get any notes on it, and it’s not on their website.  I’ll get back to you…

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