Founded in 2016, District Vision built its rep on running apparel and accessories, becoming a leader in the space. Now District Vision is expanding into cycling with the new District Vision Cycling, and alongside the launch capsule of eyewear and apparel is a one-off titanium-framed touring bike. The 55 cm frame was hand-built by master fabricator Yoshi Nishikawa of Kualis Cycles in Japan, and features a disc brake and eTap compatibility. Yanco of Los Angeles contributed five custom touring bags with waterproof zippers, with the front and rear bags using Nitto and King racks with a central bag that hangs below the top tube. The SRAM AXS Eagle X01 rear derailleur, custom AARN narrow-wide chainring, GSC x Sugino crankset, and SRAM Red carbon fiber shifters have been hand-polished for a classic look. The District Visions Titanium touring bike is available through its website.