On-One Bish Bash Bosh

Received: On-One Bish Bash Bosh Adventure Bike

Though it was shipped to us about a month ago, we finally got the bike put together, and we’re ready to hit the road…err…off-road with it! The On-One Bish Bash Bosh is billed as the brand’s ‘ultimate adventure bike.’

On-One Bish Bash Bosh

The entire frame and fork of the rather bright orange Bish Bash Bosh is made with Toray T800 carbon fiber, and it features mudguard mounts and internal routing for Di2 compatibility. The fork and stays on the bike also have enough space for 40mm tyres, and that’s just what ships with this bike: WTB Nano 40c TCS rubber!

On-One Bish Bash Bosh

On-One Bish Bash Bosh

Thru-axles in front and back, hydraulic disc brakes, and a comfortable riding position have us confident this rig will be a wise weapon on that rough terrain.

On-One Bish Bash Bosh

On-One Bish Bash Bosh

We’ll be spending the next several weeks bishing, bashing and boshing this bike all over the horrible roads and trails around Belgium, and finally finishing up with the 200 kilometers of off-road suffering known as the Dirty Reiver in April.

On-One Bish Bash Bosh

Stay tuned for a full-on Rated review in a couple of months.

In the meantime, please leave a comment about what, particularly, you’d like to know about the On-One Bish Bash Bosh, or see us pay attention to in the final review.

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8 Responses

  1. hilldodger says:

    One thing I’d like to know is if there’s much (any?) cable rattle from the internal routing? I find it pretty annoying, especially after a long day in the saddle. Also, are those rack/guard mounts I see at the back?

    • jeff says:

      I took it over a cobble stone section yesterday, and didn’t notice anything too annoying, but I’ll keep it in mind for future rides. And yes…those are mounts back there!

  2. ddraver says:

    I’d love to know if it has any potential as a back-of-the-grid,-really-not-going-to-win-but-like-to-beast-himself-as-a-replacement-for-rugby cyclocross bike. (and how it might compare to PX’s other offerings?)

    • jeff says:

      I’d say it can replace rugby for you. 🙂 Though I’ve not really ridden any other PX bikes for comparison. It does give a nice, upright riding position, which I like. Comfortable.

  3. heinzl says:

    What do you think about the weight of the bike. With Force1 components it weights 10.5kg, pretty heavy for a bike that costs 1700pounds

  4. dr3do says:

    What would be the the widest possible tire on a 650B rim?

  5. bikerider says:

    Did you ever review this bike? Can’t see anything on your site. Thanks

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