That’s right, the DTT (Double Top Tube) frame is back in the Subrosa line up, click on in to see all the details, graphics, and spec on the new Trillicus by Kyle Hart.
We’ve seen many versions of the DTT through out the history of Subrosa from the original Pandora DTT (2009), special edition Subrosa x Aggro Rag DTT (2013) DTT StreeTT, DirTT, and TTWOFOUR (2014) and now the Trillicus DTT!
This time we teamed up with Subrosa pro Kyle Hart to create a limited production signature colorway with all new decals!
First off, the Trillicus DTT is built of of the Villicus frame platform where in the past, they’ve been built on a Pandora platform. So with this change, you an updated, modern geometry and a few extra features!
Some extra details and updates from previous models include a shorter 13.25″-13.5″ rear end length, taller 9″ standover, and a taller 125mm head tube and built in chain tensioners.
Working off the Villicus Infinity meant the geo was dialed in, so we got with Subrosa pro Kyle Hart to create the decals and artwork on the bike.
The dark look to the decals allowed us to create larger artwork without the frame being too loud, and give it the mean, but clean look Kyle wanted.
The Trillicus DTT will be available worldwide at Subrosa dealers and is arriving now through July. Hit up our Dealer Locator to find the shop nearest you to make sure you catch one before they’re gone.
Top Tubes: 20.5’’ / 20.75’’ / 21’’
St angle: 69°
Chain Stay: 13.25’’ – 13.5’’
BB Height: 11.6’’
Headtube Angle: 75°