With the ever-growing number of flow trails that incorporate technical features, Titan Racing has set out to create a hardtail for those looking for a mountain bike that incorporates the fun factor of a trail dual suspension bike, and the “direct” and connected feel of a hardtail. A. bike that is just as happy to climb all day long as it is shredding trails.

Reminiscent of a simpler time in our lives, the Cerberus has been conceived to put the smile back on your face, and the fun back in hardtails.

Cerberus Geometry

Chasing the longer, slacker, and lower trend blindly, is just as dangerous as staying behind. With that in mind, the frame’s geometry has been carefully crafted in-house to offer the perfect mix of trail manners that today’s riders expect. With a 67° head angle for increased stability, a 71° seat angle for effective climbing, and a reach of 470 mm on a size Large, the geometry of the Cerberus perfectly blends trail confidence with long days in the saddle. The low stand-over height aids with confidence as it allows enough space to manoeuvre on the bike as well, with the added benefit of being able to run a longer dropper post (125 mm in size S).

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The Titan Racing Cerberus ready to drop into a singletrack. Photo Supplied.

The Titan Racing Cerberus comes standard with a 130mm fork but has been designed to be able to take a 140mm fork as well. Simplicity and practicality are key with a hardtail and the Cerberus ticks that box. Internal cable routing that your LBS won’t scoff at, Boost standard front and rear, space for two water bottles (size Med and up), BSA bottom bracket, SRAM UDH hanger, and tubeless-ready rims and tires. Its trail intentions are backed up by clearance for 2.8” tires (manufacturer dependent) and 180 mm rotors front and rear.

Cerberus Cruz

The entry level Cerberus Cruz features a 1×9 SRAM SX drivetrain and a ridgid seatpost.

The Cerberus Dash features a 1×12 SRAM SX drivetrain as a RockShox 35 Silver fork with 130mm of travel.

Cerberus Expert

The Cerberus Expert boasts a SRAM NX 1×12 drivetrain and a Fox Rhythm 34 Float fork with 130mm of travel.

At launch the Cerberus is available in three models, Cerberus Cruz, Cerberus Dash, and at the top of the range sits the Cerberus Expert. Recommended retail prices start at R18,999 for the Titan Racing Cerberus Cruz, R26,999 for the Cerberus Dash, and R32,999 for the Cerberus Expert. The line-up will be joined by the Cerberus Sport in April, which will slot in between the Cruz and Dash models.

Cerberus Expert

Details of the Titan Racing Cerberus Expert…

But that’s enough specs and numbers! Titan Racing did not build the Cerberus to talk about numbers, it was conceived as a fun hardtail, that takes you back to the root of riding: all-day fun on a bike.

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The Cerberus’s frame is based around a forged yoke for increased frame strength and durability.

Titan Racing – Quality, Backed Up

The Titan Racing Cerberus will be backed up by our now legendary 5-year multi-user warranty (for details click here) through all Titan Racing dealers worldwide.

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