On-One Dirty Disco Carbon Cyclocross Frameset

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On-One Dirty Disco Carbon Cyclocross Frameset Preorder
On-One’s dirty secret is finally ready!

The “Dirty Disco” is On-One’s brand new disc compatible carbon cyclocross frame and already it is causing a stir on the cyclocross circuit. It’s available to pre-order now…

http://titus-bikes.myshopify.com/products/on-one-dirty-disco-carbon-cyclocross-frameset-preorder

An appearance with Dave Haygarth at the UK’s premier cyclocross event the Three Peaks Cyclocross and the following review on Cross Junkie suggest that the Dirty Disco is headed for great heights:

“… light, very stiff and comfortable to carry… race performance oriented but with perfectly adequate clearances for a modern cross frame. A potential mud-fest at Brockholes, Windermere will test this properly, but the Disco passed the Horwich Humdinger slopfest test easily, lasting the whole muddy race with barely any buildup of mud, and arguably less than other canti equipped bikes around it”

“…the whole package just gels. That is not to say that the Disco doesn’t climb like a rocket- it does. Nor that it doesn’t track in corners like it’s on rails- it does. Nor even that it is vague and skittish in technical descents- because it is anything but. It just simply comes together in one complete package that lets you get on with the riding, fast or slow, dry or muddy and does not intrude in any way at all”

Much more versatile than exclusively a cyclocross race frame, the Dirty Disco is also perfect for a huge range of applications including commuting and touring.

Pre-orders are now being taken – don’t miss out – initial stocks are very limited, it will be a first come first served basis.
http://titus-bikes.myshopify.com/products/on-one-dirty-disco-carbon-cyclocross-frameset-preorder
First frames will be arriving at our US warehouse in around 2 weeks.

Check out the review by crossjunkie here: http://crossjunkie.blogspot.com/2011/10/down-and-dirty-with-disco.html

Pricing:
Frame and fork package pricing is just $799. A world beating price for this highly rated frameset, with a geometry that our riders love, and we know you will too. We will have a variety of headsets available, so headset isn’t included.

Technical:
Frame takes a 31.6mm seatpost, a standard 1.125in stem, a 34.9mm front mech. Standard threaded English BB. Rear spacing is 135mm. The frame will take 160mm rotors. Frame finish is Matt lacquered 3K carbon, and decals will be self-adhesive customer-applied (so it comes bare).

About the On-One brand
On-One is an independent British manufacturer of bikes and cycle components based in Yorkshire, UK, and now also in Portland, Oregon.

Known originally for classic, award winning steel frames – such as the On-One Inbred, On-One Pompino fixie and On-One 456 hardcore hardtail – On-One have continually embraced modern manufacturing materials with the Carbon Whippet, Scandal and the world’s first long travel carbon hardtail, the Carbon 456. On-One are also known for their excellent range of singlespeed and 29er mountain bikes, carbon and steel rigid forks.

In addition to steel, carbon and titanium mountain bike frames On-One are known for their excellent value range of mountain bike parts and finishing kit. After enjoying success with CNC stems, seatposts and cult MTB saddles they released a legendary line-up of alternative handlebars to critical acclaim. Since then On-One have expanded into custom mountain bike wheels and are developing a range of folding 26″ and 29er MTB tyres and clothing too!

On-One’s aim is to offer high-spec mountain, commuter and fixie bikes direct to the consumer, cutting out the middleman and slashing prices to the absolute minimum. They’ve been at the cutting edge of the British mountain bike scene for years and are now branching further afield with new international websites opening across the world.

Source: shiggy, Tech Support,Titus/On-One/Planet X
www.shop.on-one-usa.com

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