Thesis Ob1 Long-Term Review: Good Performance, Lots Of Custom Options

The Thesis OB1 isn’t flashy, and the upstart brand name carries no prestige. It’s not particularly light, it definitely isn’t aero, and in fact, there’s not a ton about it on paper that will blow anyone’s doors off in general. But it’s a very good bike nonetheless, and wonderfully versatile in terms of what you … The post Thesis OB1 long-term review: Good performance, lots of custom options appeared first on CyclingTips .

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