Inbred 29 stats?
I am looking for a new steel SS capable frame, something with around a 600mm ETT to fit me best. also in the running is a 18" Surly Karate Monkey and a 16" Vassago Jabberwocky. money is not an issue here.
onto my real questions:
1. what size Inbred is closest to this size? I am seeing two different sets of stats for this frame:
On One UK says the 16" frame has an ETT of 602mm.
Titus USA says the 18" frame has an ETT of 602mm.
so which is correct? or are these two different frames?
**edit: I figured out the geometry questions, what about...**
2. I can't find a consistant weight for this frame. I have read weights ranging from 4.7 pounds to 6 pounds. I am no weight weenie, but I might sway one way or another based somewhat on weight.
Last edited by mack_turtle; 03-24-2013 at 09:21 PM.
The UK one is wrong - I think it is the 26er specs.
Look at the table in the slide show or at
On-One Inbred 29er Vertical Dropout
Effective Top Tube (mm) 587 602 619 641.5
Can't help you on the weight - never bothered to weigh mine.
Found this : "the 18" 29er frame weighs in at just over 5.5 lbs. The CEN advancements have added about 0.5 pounds to the weight."
And this: "Personally for me, weight does not count so much for a steel frame with ISCG-05 tabs, rack mounts, etc. but mine was 2875 grams (6,34 lbs) with headset included (FSA Orbit MX w/ all parts). Inbred 29er, size L/19,5".
My 19.5" Inbred frame weighs about 2.7kg. oops.
About, because I have trouble keeping it still on my kitchen scale.
From what I've heard, the Inbred is a better ride than the Karate Monkey.
18" = 602mm ett.
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