This is doing my head in
Have been riding my On-one ti 29er for well over a year, ss and rigid. Time has come to get something to compliment it. I want 1x9 and front forks. I've got a set of 120mm Rebas (which can obviously be droppped to 100mm) that I've had for ages waiting for something to put them on.
I ride xc. Very muddy in winter. Can be rocky and very rooty. Not particularly drops and only air by accident! I enjoy climbing. Normally 2-3 rides and 5-6 hour events (for those who know Mendips and Quantocks).
Intrigued by slacker HA and shorter CS.
1. Banshee Paradox - good reviews but do I need 120mm of travel?
2. Canfield Nimble 9 - crossed off list now due to delays
3. Scott Scale 29 - current fav, but expensive to get in UK
4. New LT On-one frame - either ti or steel. Ti probably too much, steel some way off.
Any thoughts appreciated. Have trawled and searched but wonder if anyone in similar position?
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