Binary SuperB titanium frame profile leaning against a Saguaro.
Binary SuperB titanium frame close up of frame.
Binary SuperB titanium frame close up of chain stay and seat stay area.
Binary SuperB titanium frame close up of top tube graphic.


The SuperB was designed to be a bikepack racing hardtail, in the spirit of singletrack races like the Arizona Trail Race.  The design language of the bike was aimed at maximizing loaded efficiency and strength, comfort over long hard trails, and true mountain bike agility over technical terrain.
Design compromises involved frame bag sizes versus standover height, frame strength versus weight, and maneuverability versus stability while loaded, carrying a tired rider.  All of these considerations were stacked up and pared down until the SuperB emerged. The result is a light, fast, smooth bike with the strength to carry a full complement of frame bags as far as you want to go. 
The SuperB can run 29″ tires up to 2.6″, or 27.5″ up to 3.0″.  The recommended suspension fork length is a 29er 120mm to 130mm.


  • Construction – Light and beautifully crafted titanium
  • Axle Spacing – 12mm x 148mm boost
  • Dropouts – Sliding Paragon compatible
  • Headtube – 44mm straight
  • Bottom Bracket – Threaded 73mm
  • Seatpost – 31.6mm; dropper compatible
  • Bottle Mounts – Top of downtube, bottom of downtube
  • Wheels/Tires – Fits 27.5″ (up to 3.0) tires ~ OR ~ 29″ (up to 2.6) tires
  • Forks – Geometry supports 29er 120mm up to 130mm
  • Versatile design works for trail, all-mountain, endurance racing, or bikepacking

Geometry numbers in millimeters.  Dimensions are using a 130mm fork sagged 8mm.
Standover measured from midpoint between seat tube and head tube.

Binary Bicycles SuperB geometry chart.
Binary Bicycles SuperB Series comparison chart.