Lighter? Stiffer? Cheaper?
It often feels that cycling has lost its way striving for these questionable attributes in a bike frame and forgetting who is riding a bike and what they want to do on it. Titanium isn't the lightest material to build a bike from but it is the most durable and it irons out the bumps in the road - all this fuss about wider tyres recently is only a way to make a 'stiff' carbon frame more comfortable - ride smooth and still get the feedback from the road surface on a Passoni.
Titanium takes longer to build and in Passoni's case three days to lovingly polish to a jewel like finish. But its a tough metal and these bikes are built to be ridden in all weathers.
Lightweight's carbon wheels are certainly light and stiff and bomb proof as well, and because they are made completely from carbon offer a very unique ride - their stiffness to weight ratio can't be bettered - oh, im talking about stiffness and lightness, damn.
SRAM's wireless eTap groupset does away with any superfluous holes in the tubing (the more holes the weaker it gets) and cleans the bikes lines even further. Just the two brake cables with rear brake routed internally.
Custom design based on a riders shape and physiology for a perfect fit and let's not forget the handling, rider balanced perfectly between the wheels.
I haven't used the word cheap, you cant have everything.