Hi, I'm a heavier rider and I am interested in a quality Ti bike for using in many different situations. As you might know some of the canyon routes out of Boulder hit dirt and I don't want to shy away from rocks and a little gravel. However, with CF bikes I feel like I'm about to snap the frame with how much I'm crunching the brakes on the descent. Now that Shimano has a new disc based Di2 solution http://www.bikerumor.com/2013/06/30/shimano-unveils-hydraulic-road-discs-with-r785-di2-system-and-11-speed-ultegra-di2/
What would it take for you guys to build something that works with that? Do I still need to go with a 3rd party for the front fork? I see there is a Di2 option, and I understand the front fork would need to be built up beefier to accommodate the extra braking force that disc brakes would put on the bike. I'm not so concerned with weight and in fact, since I'm a heavier rider wonder if the bike would allow for a rider of 225lbs to not feel like the bike is too soft and not as responsive as some other material. Looking at your site, I don't know whether to wait for the Vamoots lineup to offer disc options or look at the Psycho X.
What I am looking for is a road bike that has disc brakes that is made from Ti that wouldn't flex under my weight and allows for Di2 routing that has road bike geometry that I can use to ride up and down canyon roads around Boulder. Am I dreaming?