It's a bit of a cross-post On-One forum, but hey, that's what all the different forums are about, right?!
First, I must say, the guys at TitusTi.com (Patrick in particular) have been great to work with, answering questions, etc. So I wanted to give them some props up front!
2nd, for a "budget" frame and fork, I was pretty stoked to see the overall finish and quality of the frame and fork (although my fork did come raw).
I assembled it Friday and mustered a quick ride on Sat. to test her out. Between my migraine and the soggy trails, the ride was short, but has left me drooling at the chance to hit the trails with this in some nice weather!
The ride was pretty sweet though, or from what I could tell. Most of the smaller trail rocks and roots are almost non-existant with the carbon below me and that was with 35psi in the tires. I really look forward to this bike delivering a very smooth ride as I get it dialed in more...
A recap: On-One Lurcher, (all carbon frame (3lbs 10oz with headset and seatpost clamp 18" and fork (1lb,6oz with race) including my fork's quick rattle-can paint job to match frame.
Total weight turned out to 23lbs dead even. Built with a mix of SLX (frnt drlr, cranks, shifters) and XT (rr drlr, chain, cassette) Easton EC70 seatpost and h.bar., Hope ProII hubs, DT dbl spokes, Vel. Blunt rims, OnOne headset and s.post clamp, FSA head plug, Xmark tires, Kenda tubes, Avid CR brakes, Giant seat & stem.
Sadly, I can drop almost 200grms alone by moving to different tubes! ,but at
200lbs, I'm not too concerned about it.
Thinking that as an SS, she'll come in about 20lbs +/- .5lbs.
I'll post more as I get some time on her...
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