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I have been running a Scott CR1 during summer months for evening/weekend rides, but using my Kinesis Tk everyday for commuting.
Recently I have been using my Kinesis everyday for commuting and including my training on the ride home, I then use my TT bike to race at weekends.
So far my Scott has been used twice this year, so I am going to flog it.

What I am considering, is to keep the Ksyrium SL Premiums off it just to use for evening/weekend rides, but maybe also a frame change.
I could either:-
keep the Kinesis Tk (which is only a couple of years old)
or
get a Genesis Equalibrium frame
or
get a Dolan Dual frame

What do you think?  7

Many thanks

Owen

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Fringe [1047 posts] 7 years ago
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if it were me i may go for the Genesis, but saying that the Salsa Casseroll looks like a bit of a doitall, and unlike the Genesis you can run it single speed/fixed as well (horizontal drops, with rear mech hanger)..only £425 f+f

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dave atkinson [6357 posts] 7 years ago
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you'll struggle to get an equilibrium, they're like hen's teeth these days. too many good reviews  1

the TK is a good frame, is it not working for you for any reason?

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powenb [23 posts] 7 years ago
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dave_atkinson wrote:

the TK is a good frame, is it not working for you for any reason?

No, it's a very good frame. Well built. It's quite a harsh ride, and it's not the lightest.
But I suppose weight is relative. It's got to be one of the better alloy frames.

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Fringe [1047 posts] 7 years ago
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dave_atkinson wrote:

you'll struggle to get an equilibrium, they're like hen's teeth these days. too many good reviews  1

are they going to be making anymore Equilibrium frames this 'season'.. or do we have to wait till Oct/Nov, for the 2011 version?.