I believe the S1 and QB geometry is the same; however the largest S1
offered was a 62.
Regarding differences, the S1 was made in Taiwan, has a kickstand plate,
and some (all?) came with cream accents. I've not found anything
definitive on the tubing used, but some say the QB's tubing was a tad
My (used to be Ben's) S1 has 42mm Continental Contact Speed tires and would
easily take a 44.
On Monday, March 5, 2018 at 9:58:24 PM UTC-5, Ian A wrote:
> Ted's post is somewhat enigmatic but raises an interesting question. Is a
> QB better than a SO or vice versa and if so, in which ways?
> The QB/SO is something I constantly keep an eye open for as an all year
> round commuter, which would mean studded tires in winter, so details about
> tire clearance would be of particular interest.
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