MBUK reviewed the new ONE- TWENTY
In the current issue of UK mountain bike magazine powerhouse MBUK (issue 427), the team looked at our latest version of our short travel trail bike, the ONE-TWENTY 700 and gave it the thumbs up.
Senior Tech Editor Tom Marvin loved the ‘upright seat tube angle places your hips right over the cranks, while the lengthy front end ensures there’s ample space to move your weight forward and back’. It also left its positive mark ‘under power’ where it ‘impresses, with the shock remaining still under all but the most spirited efforts’.
Further to that, Tom pointed out the ‘tons of mid-stroke support’ and that ‘suspension works with you, rather than becoming a limiting factor’.
And finally, the handling of the ONE-TWENTY really impressed Tom, who commented that the ‘long reach adds tons of stability at speed, giving you the confidence to press on’.
+ Efficient pedalling and fast tyres make day-long rides a breeze
+ Long-and-low geometry ensures confident handling on technical trails
+ Progressive suspension deals with hits both big and small
To read the full review, make sure you grab the current MBUK issue (#427) from your local newsstand.
For the full specification and frame features of the new ONE-TWENTY 700, please click the link underneath DISCOVER THE BIKE.
To find out more about the bike, including key features, R&D and design thinking, as well as the intended use, please check the micro page here.
To see the complete ONE-TWENTY range, please click here.