On-One is a name well known to riders who dabble in cycling’s grimier disciplines – though most roadies will be more familiar with sister marque Planet X. The company’s cyclocross models are shared between the two brands, and the Pickenflick is a proper racer built around a titanium chassis.
- Highs: Lively ride, great handling, impressive spec and weight for the money
- Lows: Race focus limits versatility; slight front disc rub; an inline seatpost would be better
- Buy if: You want a brilliant ‘cross racer that can turn it’s hand to other things
Being built for competition doesn’t mean leisure riders should ignore it though, because if there’s one thing we’ve learnt from the explosion in all-road bikes (or ‘gravel grinders’, if you must), it’s that there are real benefits to be found in blurring the lines.
The Pickenflick’s 3Al/2.5V titanium frame is a stout thing with chunky stays and a tapered head
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