Old 08-10-18, 03:37 PM
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OK. I’ll break this down. My opinions only obviously.
  • The On-One is a cheap ti frame from Planet-X, the Nashbar of the UK. Might as well just get the Motobecane. I really don't understand the appeal of cheap ti, but then I don't really understand the appeal of expensive ti either.
  • Maybe worth considering the bombtrack as a frameset if you are on a budget. I wouldn't consider the complete bike with a 1x transmission and mechanical disks for a second as my n=1 bike
  • The all city macho man is fine. It’s is a QBP bike, pretty ordinary frameset for the n=1 bike if you ask me. I think the forks are pretty ugly personally. Again, I wouldn't consider the complete bike with the 1x transmission.
  • Niner went bankrupt last year and were bought by UWHK Ltd. Same company that owns Huffy, so this is probably your last year to get a decent niner, but at fifteen-hundred bucks for the frame, I’d probably just drop a few hundred more and go full carbon.

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