On-One Macinato v Pompino
IIRC theyr’re the same geometry, but the pompino has more clearance and thiner top tube making it more comfortable. The Machiato’s more like a steel road bike with track ends (but still made from the same Cr-Mo).
Oi, On-One, and 853 Machiato please! Or even better, with gears, you could even call it the Latte or cappuchino (like a machiato, but more milk/gears).Posted 5 years agocycleofaddictionMember
i’ve got bothPosted 4 years ago
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the macinato is a bit heavier and stiffer but the great thing with both bikes is their adaptability..build them up how you like but personally i think the macinato better suits the fixie/ss role and the pomp makes a great do it all sscx machine..i love my pomp it is a great bike i ride mine on all the same trails as my mtb and it never misses a beat..the pompino weighs about 18 1/2 lbs as is in the pic but it is quite a strong spec you could probably get it lighter but not much..everybody should have a pompino in there stable..the macinato is great fun for just getting about town on…Big DaveMember
Built up a Macinato over the winter. Not ridden a pomp but the Macinato is a brilliant little bike. Handles really well and is surprisingly fast even with a fat biffa like me on it. If Brant ever decided to do a version with a derailleur hanger on the back I’d be seriously tempted.
Not weighed mine but it doesn’t ride like a heavy bike and is easily the bike I ride the most at the moment.Posted 4 years ago
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