Coke every time, looks far better.
Kingdom are back
Thanks for all the feedback, I dislike focus groups as well as sometimes you end up where you started, but when you look at something as long as we have with the Hex you start second guessing everything... so a broader opinion is needed.
@compositepro we did look for a local welder, and couldn't find anyone please email me the details of the several people you refer to as I would love to talk to them. TIA.
@jonny rocky mountain just emailed you.
@chakaping..don't get me started on Alu factories not this early in the morning....
Pepsi looks like it's more on the AM side of the spectrum in my opinion, Pitch/Remedy sort of thing. Coke looks more like a long travel light XC/AM sort of bike, like a Zesty/ASR5.
Pepsi looks like it's more fun, Coke looks like it'd go faster. Totally useless opinion there, I do apologize.
Chris no email as yet mate?
a titanium fullsus is nothing else but different or exclusive
Wrong. It has a finish which is hard wearing and can be brought back to full glory with a scotchbrite pad.
It doesn't chip or scuff like paint, nor wear like anodising
Kingdom - if you could email me over some details about the Ti handlebar it would be much appreciated (email in profile)
Ti has some other advantages, my 3 year old Ti frame still looks good, and is easy to buff up like new.. Also less susceptible to cable rub, being destroyed by chain suck or being dented. My anodised aluminum frame looked ropey after about six months!
DT of the cola, TT of the pepsi. If you're asking for visual reasons.ditto [ view based entirely aesthetics which of course accounts massively for choice at the end of the day regardless of what people actually say]
DT of the cola, TT of the pepsi. If you're asking for visual reasons.
Not keen on the super swoopy DT or the straining dog TT look... but I'd go for whichever was stronger or easier to make if there was enough of a difference either way.
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