...are you ever going to love this one, LOL!
On One bikes...."a revolutionary company?" meh.
I don't get it. So many people are going "GAGA" over the On One 456 Evo b/c of its new "EVOlutionary" geometry. According to On One, riders have changed and riding has changed.
You people wonder why I like my 2005 Jamis Komodo so much? Basically, the only geo difference is that the ETT is longer which is actually better b/c I can run a shorter stem instead of having a freakin' HAWG LEG holding on to my wide bars. My Komodo is 7 years old and isn't showing any sign of letting up. It rails corners and is definitely the most comfortable bike I've ever had.
The numbers don't lie:
My 2005 Komodo:
HA 150mm fork: 67.5
CS Length: 16.7
Seat Angle: 71.5
On One 456 Evo:
HA 150mm fork: 67.3
CS Length: 16.8
Seat Angle: 71.2
And I'll bet you my Freeride-Hardtail-tough Komodo frame is lighter than the steel 456 Evo. On One has openly admitted that the 456 is a stiff frame, so the "MYTH" that the steel is going to be compliant and comfy is out the window on this one.
Revolutionary? Maybe 7 years ago, LOL!
Jamis still rocks the GnarlyHardtail department.
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