- Titus Fireline Ti 29 Evo..
Strange. On-one/planet -X have had stock for a few months.
They have had about 15 frames of different sizes in stock for a few weeks.
suddenly today, every frame is sold out. just like what happened to the codiene…
So they sold all their stock, or is there a problem with the mk 2 frame ?!??Posted 3 years agobrianpMember
When replacing 120mm suspension forks with rigid carbon forks, is 470mm axle crown correct? Thinking Salsa advise 483mm as the loaded 100mm fork length, so a 120mm fork replacement should be more?
Like the On One Carbon Monoocoque fork, but unsure if axle crown is long enough at 470mm.Posted 2 years ago
Anyone else built up the 650b version of this frame? I’ve just finished building mine up. Rides like a dream come true 🙂
Ti fireline evo 650b frame
Rockshox yari 140mm fork
Sram x01 1×11 drivechain
Easton heist wheelset
Sram guide rsc brake set
On one carbon bars
On one 50mm stem
Rockshox reverb dropper
Posted 1 year agothv3Subscriber
Just a quick update for mnutt if he see’s this. ❓
He sent an e-mail, asking about sizing, but there seems to be a problem with his e-mail address?
mnutt, can you try again or send a different e-mail address?
Long and short of it is, I’m 5ft9 and riding the 16″. Very happy with it, and would probably also have been ok on the 18″.Posted 1 year agofrouttsMember
Titus fireline evo owners please step up and give me your honest opinions. Another ‘which bike should I buy’ post, but it is what it is.
I have to sell my newly built up carbon lovely full susser, need to liberate some funds. So I have decided on a tough and rumble hardtail as my one and only bike for the foreseeable future. The two choices, about the same price.
1. Titus Firemen evo, with revelation forks and gx1 groupset from On one
2. Kona Honzo 2016 steel, with fox 34 forks, xtr groupset and mavic crossmax xl wheels.
Both lovely bikes. My riding is a lot of up before ether down, smooth and rough. Long day rides and lots of short single tracks.
Which would you choose, given the spec difference. I am leaning towards the honzo, simply because of the wheels and I think it is a better looking frame :-o) But a titanium frame – finally now within reach – should I ?Posted 1 year ago
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