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    After all that bellyaching from Brant @ On-One

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    haha, was just coming here to post the same thing. Now where are some of those quotes from late last year where on here he said "never, ever".

    Glad to see their attitude is changing. I love my 456c 650b, so much fun to ride.

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    Bring it

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    After all that bellyaching from Brant @ On-One

    If the 650borg can sweep up Brant, Spesh will be assimilated soon
    Old enough to know better. And old enough not to care. Best age to be.

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    I suppose a carbon model cant be too far behind..hint...hint

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    Now if they'd only make it SS ready...
    I'm having more FUN than anybody!

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    And in sizes appropriate for tall people please.

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    Propper rims as well!

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    Re: After all that bellyaching from Brant @ On-One

    they want to test the market..its like any job you do what the company tells you whether you like it or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manbat View Post
    they want to test the market..its like any job you do what the company tells you whether you like it or not.
    I like new bikes, it's not all bad. Had a whale of a time reworking an xx 650B 100mm Revelation to get it to 150mm with parts we had lying around.

    It certainly rides like a bike with two wheels and a 150mm fork. I'm riding back to back with my Titus Ti Fireline with a 120mm Reba and my On-One Codeine (140mm FS). Seems good, not better. But all are quite different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MMS View Post
    Now if they'd only make it SS ready...
    I was thinking "should we put swapouts on" but I reckon that adds another 1/4-1/2lb to the frame (which is already around 6lb) and more $$$ too. For this initial one then, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    I was thinking "should we put swapouts on" but I reckon that adds another 1/4-1/2lb to the frame (which is already around 6lb) and more $$$ too. For this initial one then, no.
    BB height, HA, and SA, please

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidad View Post
    BB height, HA, and SA, please
    Sagged or static? And with what length fork? ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    Sagged or static? And with what length fork? ;-)
    Static with 525 A/C fork

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    Tall people sizes

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    I like new bikes, it's not all bad...Seems good, not better. But all are quite different.
    I agree. And better north @ 160mm type riding (650 starts to put more smiles on my face)


    Shame no Lyrik /Domain yet : (

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    Quote Originally Posted by skidad View Post
    Static with 525 A/C fork
    Pike at 150 is 542mm
    Revelation at 150 is 539mm

    525 would be 135mm fork. Ish. Anyhow

    BB sits at 34mm below centre
    H/A 67.3deg
    S/A 72.8deg

    Nominally it's saying 314mm BB height, with 348mm diameter tyres.

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    I should have gotten a trademark for 45650b: 45650b C "Red Fox"
    You are a year too late Brant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    I should have gotten a trademark for 45650b: 45650b C "Red Fox"
    You are a year too late Brant!
    Sorry mate but that sounds more like a social security number than a bike. Besides, 1106BC just sounds so much more rugged and manly, think ancient romans and their chariots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by manbat View Post
    its like any job you do what the company tells you whether you like it or not.
    You do realise this is On-One (run on what appears to be a shoestring from an industrial unit in Rotherham) you're talking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    I was thinking "should we put swapouts on" but I reckon that adds another 1/4-1/2lb to the frame (which is already around 6lb) and more $$$ too. For this initial one then, no.
    Well...I'll have to wait for round 2 then...
    I'm having more FUN than anybody!

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