- Ti AM hardtails?
Ti 456, I’ve a steel one and unless the carbon ones go back to £299 I’ll be getting Ti one I reckon at some point.
Or more lustfully, have a look at Kingdom bikes, they’re somethign to do with a member of the Dirt clique, a bit like Brant/O-o/ST, so unlkkley to get much press outside Dirt, but looks super cool.Posted 8 years ago
Not keen on the ragley, too gatelike in the 20in. Never been massively keen on on-one either but I’ll admit that this is for no good reason tbh.
The brodie holeshot is the frame that got me started on this line of thought but there are none available in my size.
I’d be financing this by selling off my 2 current hardtails so I’m not convinced I’d have the funds for a full custom enigma sadly.Posted 8 years agocoolhandlukeMember
Loving my Lynskey built 456ti here even with its rather ugly but probably useful brake brace..
I have 4 bikes in my “stable” and the 456 is nearly always the one that gets taken out. Why I have the other 3 I’ll never know actually. It nearly came to the Alps this year but the Enduro got to go instead. The 456ti would have handled it, just not sure I could have.Posted 8 years agodavidtaylforthMember
I guess it depends on your definition of “all mountain”, if you just mean xc with long travel forks then a ti frame possible makes sense. But I guess I rode “all mountain” on my old Alpine and it had a fair bit of abuse, glad it was a cheap steel frame rather than an expensive Ti frame.
I think the new on ones look good, pretty cheap too (for a ti frame) and they arent built by lynskey so I guess they wont break.Posted 8 years ago
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