Meet the Tritao Aveiro 3D: A Modern Titanium Gravel bike made in Portugal

Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
Tritao Aveiro 3D Gravel Bike

“Aviero: The name comes from the region in Portugal where these bikes are manufactured. We are new to this area and wanted to pay tribute to the region and the people who welcomed us here.”

Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
Tritao Aveiro 3D Gravel Bike

“For many years we have been building Titanium bikes using traditional manufacturing techniques: CNC machined parts, welded with round and formed tubes. Our classic gravel frame Groont is all about it: CNC half yoke, CNC dropouts and flatmount brake.”

Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
Tritao Aveiro 3D Gravel Bike

“With the new Aveiro 3D we have gone all modern: we designed the chainstay yoke and the dropouts to be 3D printed out of 6-4 titanium. These parts are almost seamlessly welded to the tubes of the frame. The printing takes place in Spain, and the frames are manufactured, and complete frames assembled, at our production facility near Aveiro, Portugal.”

Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
Under Construction

“The bike accepts large tires, has a relatively short rear end, long front-center and a slack head angle. These features provide more stability when riding through technical fire roads and the bike is a lot of fun when descending. It has less road bike DNA than most current gravel bikes but you can still use wide type road cranksets and light and fast wheels making it a do it all fun and adventure bike. The geometry is the result of our rides across local forests where at any minute a smooth gravel path might turn into a rocky technical descent. Not optimal for a classic gravel bike, but perfect for a bike with control over all terrain surfaces like our Aveiro 3D.”

Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
This frame is almost complete

“The frames are in production right now and we will hold a stock of all popular sizes. However a customer can also order customisation of a any frame, to include additional options such as cargo mounts, special finishes, anodizing, etc.”

Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
3D Printed Dropout


  • 3D printed one piece dropped style chainstay yoke to accommodate up to 29×2.25” (700x58mm) tire
  • 3D printed Ti UDH/T-Type dropouts to work either with traditional rear derailleurs or modern T-type ones by Sram
  • Flatmount 160mm specific brake mount, no need for adaptor
  • Full cable integration for brakes, electronic and mechanical 1x transmissions
  • Works with all modern 1x wide specific road cranksets. We can print a custom yoke that will accept a 2x crankset but this will slightly decrease tire clearance
  • 142×12 rear hub spacing, optional 148×12 Boost upgrade
  • T47 threaded 86mm BB shell
  • Three bottle cage mounts
Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
Huge Tire Clearance
  • Optional bento box mount, rack and fender mounts
  • 30.9mm seat tube ID for dropper posts compatibility (27.2mm shim is included with the frame)
  • 34.9mm seat clamp diameter
  • Available sizes XXS (48) to XXL (60)
  • Frame weight: 1750 grams (size M/54)
  • Complete bike weight from 8.5 kg
  • Made in Portugal!
Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
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  • Frame only EUR 2500 before tax
  • Frameset EUR 2900 before tax
  • Complete bikes start at EUR 4900. “Base” setup includes Sram Rival AXS XPLR 1×12 wireless crankset, Deda gravel wheelset and cockpit, 50mm tubeless tires.
  • The bike shown in this article as equipped starts at EUR 7500
Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
T47 Bottom Bracket
Tritao Aveiro 3D gravel bike review
Drive-Side Chainstay

Learn more at the Triton Bikes Website (proper website is still under construction) or Instagram @tritaocosmo


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