456 ti Evo photos
Looks a bit……………….plain?
Needs something, anything to detract from the straight tubes, the 5 piece seatstays dont help in that respect I suppose.
And why does it still have rack mounts! They said they were a CADing mistake when they stayed on the original 456 leftover from the inbred, surely they’ve re-draughted for the evo-ti version (which makes it 4 generations removed form the original inbred?)?Posted 5 years agothisisnotaspoonMember
PLain, maybe, but doesn’t that just mean “no unneccesary fannying about”? Good to lose the horrible bendy top tube.
Then why not lose the 5 piece seatstay and put some nice s-bend’s in there?
Just looks a bit like it was built on a day when the tube bender was broken.
I’m all for function first form second, but the titus they showed recently was really good looking, so unless the lack of tube manipultion makes this seriosuly cheep?Posted 5 years agob rMember
Wonder if the mud room at the back will be as little as mine, although shame they lost the curve in the TT.
Not the best picture, but look at how near the tyre is to the top of the seat stay. Run lower profile tyres since.
But if it rides anywhere near (or better) to how good mine is, you’ll love it.Posted 5 years ago
I’ve always thought that On One were more miss than hit with their graphics. The new 456 carbons look good in yellow and orange but only after a series of awful paint jobs.
This one doesn’t do it for me. If it’s not just a sticker which can be peeled off, then maybe a custom vinyl wrap for the down tube..Posted 5 years ago
Its not made by Waltly.
Whats that line about to assume makes and arse out of me and you, though not you here…
My bad, I’d assumed two new Ti frames, same timing, you were likely to use the same factory. But, I forgot you don’t like an easy life 😉
Glad its posher with a longer warranty. Hot cocoa all round.Posted 5 years ago
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