flatulentfox said:in addition to geo, quality of materials and quality of craftsmanship are the main driving forces in the price. alignment of the chain stays for example. i have heard of many problems with the alignment of azonic frames. something like a MOB or Nemesis will not have alignment problems and is welded in the usa. usually every frame made by a "botique" manufacturer will be welded by the same guy. more expensive frames are more likeky to have machined parts, etc...
Yes true true , lifetime warrenty 1 full year on paintmxrider489 said:Plus when buying from Nemesis or Mob you aren'y just getting a mass produced cookie cutter bike. For Nemesis when your bike is custom welded by hand and paint color is your choice. Plus it's 100% MADE IN THE USA. And a lifetime warranty.
hehe, well said.mxrider489 said:Plus when buying from Nemesis or Mob you aren'y just getting a mass produced cookie cutter bike. For Nemesis when your bike is custom welded by hand and paint color is your choice. Plus it's 100% MADE IN THE USA. And a lifetime warranty.
www.NEMESISPROJECT.com , it's not up just yet but should be very shortly we were just able to purchace the address from the orignal owners .cummings said:Does Nemesis have a website?
cummings said:Hey everyone,
I was reading a review on a Black Market Mob frame and I've heard some talk about it. They all say that this frame is so great. I can believe it's great. But when people would say that one hardtail frame is way better than another, it's hard to believe. Like can switching a frame make a difference in your riding? A steelhead is around half the price of a Mob. they are both hardtail and both meant for the same thing, so who wouldn't go for the steelhead. Is one frame stronger, lighter etc. than the other? I'm not saying that I don't like expensive hardtail frames(like the black market mob), I just wan't to know why they're better. If you want, you can compare the black market mob frame to my Kona Stuff frame.