R J.ACK is an name that has developed.The Kinesis GTD (which is the evolution of my bike) has internal cable routing and is a few hundred cheaper than the R J.ACK (stupid name alert), but only has a 5 year warranty.
Personally, if they both ride the same, I’d pay the extra for the longer warranty. It seems to be pot luck whether you get a ti frame that cracks or not.
I just took the risk (my frame only came with a 3 year warranty) as I managed to get frame and fork for £1600.
According to this: https://road.cc/content/review/214035-jlaverack-r-jack-iii@HLaB
What’s the weight like on the r.jack
I’m seriously considering coming away from the usual aluminium/carbon bikes, for something different
However I only ever do club runs and sportives up to 100miles so I’m wondering if spending £4K on a titanium bike is going to give me anything over a lighter carbon bike.
the r.jack is at the top of my list too
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