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This won't be for everyone... I understand some people will think you should get a complete bike for this money. So only really for MTB fanatics!

I bought one and was tempted to buy one for the Mrs but I put some feelers out and she is happy with her £400 Specialized - not as fanatical about this sort of thing... (prefers Cloe bags)

I stumbled across this the other day while trying to overcome a dilemma of how I was going to use my full suspension bike while my rear shock is being serviced. The original plan was to get a second hand Titanium frame off the bay and when a 10 year old model came up in my size I was watching with the intention of paying up to £500 for it. It eventually finished on £670 - not much less than this new one.

I remembered previously reading some reviews on it and it causing a bit of a storm that any bike should get a perfect score. The bottom line for the high scores is that for £999 it was a bargain and an equivalent comparison frame would cost you closer to £1500 - £2000. It is British designed and built by Lynskey in the US who used to be a major part of Litespeed. This is not a Taiwan or Russian made frame and for this quality at this price with such a weak pound you'd all be crazy not to buy two.

The 456 denotes the ability to use 4", 5" or 6" suspension forks without messing up the handling of the bike.

Also available in 29" wheel version.

Manufacturers blurb

THE ULTIMATE FREERIDE HARDTAIL - ON-ONE TI 456
The ti 456 remains the only mountain bike we know of to score a 'Torvill n Dean' like set of perfect scores in What Mountain Bike, thats 10/10 on value, performance and quality. It still is, and remains, the undisputed champion of the freeride hardtail market.
Mark Lynskey just added a rear strengthening strut to increase strength on the rear end, its not the prettiest addition or the subtlest, but the ti 456 is a simple beast for all day fun on the moors.
Don't take our word for it! Read the reviews.
BIKE RADAR 5/5 - "The Ultimate Hardtail!"
What Mountain Bike 10/10 - "Our first ever perfect 10/10"
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#2
expensive and for a niche type of rider, but i think this is hot regardless
#3
Please don't buy her a 'Cloe' bag for Christmas, or she'll chuck it back at you as being a cheap Chinese knock-off of a 'Chloe'!
No idea about the deal, but H&R added for effort.
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panddda
Please don't buy her a 'Cloe' bag for Christmas, or she'll chuck it back at you as being a cheap Chinese knock-off of a 'Chloe'!
No idea about the deal, but H&R added for effort.


If I had spelled it right, would be questioning my sexuality? I've already got pulled up on knowing a bit too much about handbags by mates at work :-D
#5
It is a deal but there are other retailers selling last years bikes at more of a discount.
#6
myOpinion2
It is a deal but there are other retailers selling last years bikes at more of a discount.


He said "This won't be for everyone... "
I am hardtailer and I realised all full sussers coming back to hard tail world!!! It would be nice to have such frame but need to get all the high end bits not to ruin it with additional weight... have fun and donot fall of the north shore :)
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s73;6636081
If I had spelled it right, would be questioning my sexuality? I've already got pulled up on knowing a bit too much about handbags by mates at work :-D

I should introduce you to my husband!:-D
#8
Apologies for hijacking the post in advance but you all seem to know your bikes well.

Am looking at a hybrid commuter with the possibility to take it off road a little.

Am stuck between the pinnacle mean streak 3.0 (on sale at 549), specialized sirrus elite at 650 (this years) and the Trek 7.6 FX at 699 - I will be buying the bike from Evans as part of the cycle to work scheme.

Any advice?

Thanks,

J
#9
luvadealme
Apologies for hijacking the post in advance but you all seem to know your bikes well.

Am looking at a hybrid commuter with the possibility to take it off road a little.

Am stuck between the pinnacle mean streak 3.0 (on sale at 549), specialized sirrus elite at 650 (this years) and the Trek 7.6 FX at 699 - I will be buying the bike from Evans as part of the cycle to work scheme.

Any advice?

Thanks,

J


I only just noticed your reply and you've probably got the bike by now. They will all be competent bikes at that sort of price and its easy to get hung up on which bike is better. Its really going to be a question of the shop letting you cycle around the block on all 3 to see what feels good to you. I'm sure theres not going to be a noticeable difference on the spec of any of them - whats more important is how the frame and riding position fits to your body dimensions. If they all feel the same then smaller things like how the grips and saddle feel can swing it towards one bike - but they can be swapped out later at some cost.

On resale value (which wont affect you too much on ride to work) the Specialized will work out marginally better as they have a brand known to more people and have always put together a good package - just my personal opinion.

Good luck - make sure you have bought all your Hi-vis and waterproof clothing, locks lights helmet etc in your voucher - you may as well while your getting the discount.
banned#10
I'm in search for an On One 456 Ti frame. any ideas where i might find one?

Thanks!

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