First Look: The Mason Raw is a UK-Made, Versatile Steel Hardtail

Nov 29, 2021
by Seb Stott  

You may not have heard of Mason before. They're a small UK brand with a range of road, gravel and adventure bikes all with curly handlebars. But now, they've brought out their first flat-bar mountain bike, the Mason Raw.

It's a steel-framed hardtail, made in the UK and designed for trail riding, travelling, bike-packing... whatever you want, really. It's got no less than fifteen bosses for mounting bottles, bags and other accessories, but it's also got a 120 mm fork and geometry that wouldn't be out of place on an aggressive trail hardtail. The spec is highly customisable too, so it seems there are a lot of ways you could use this bike.
Mason Raw Details
• Intended use: "Trail & Travel"
• Made in the UK with Dedacciai/Reynolds steel tubing
• Fork travel: 120 mm
• Wheels: 29"
• Claimed frame weight: 2.4 - 2.67 Kg
• 75.1° seat angle, 66° head angle (sagged)
• Sizes: S, M, L, XL
• Price: £1,695 (frame only) to £4195 (XT Launch build)


The frame features a traditional non-dropped top tube, designed to offer more room for frame bags to be stowed inside the roomy front triangle. The tubes are peppered with bosses for bolting various bits of kit, including pannier rack mounts, and bosses under the downtube and on top of the top tube. You can even spec male (external) bosses on the seat tube to allow you to run a long dropper post without regular bottle cage bolts limiting the insertion depth. The point is, you could load it up with enough kit for a relatively comfortable multi-day ride. Alternatively, you could just sling a water bottle on it and go for a hot lap.




Speaking of which, the Raw's geometry looks far more fun than your typical bike-packing hardtail. There's a 66-degree head angle (measured at sag) and a 75.1 to 75.4-degree effective seat angle (depending on size). Reach goes from 426 mm (S) to 491 mm (XL), and the bike is specced with 35 or 45 mm stems, which should help keep the handling relatively confident on steep and technical terrain. Of course, there are slacker hardtails these days, but Mason didn't want too much wheel flop when the bike is loaded up.



The frame is made from a combination of Reynolds and Dedacciai Zero and Zero UNO tubing, all of which is manufactured in Europe. The tubes are then further shaped and welded together by Five Land Bikes who are based near Edinburgh, Scotland, and also work with Cotic and Swarf.

Frame Features

• Clearance for 29 x 2.6” tyres & 34t chainring
• CNC machined brake mount and dropouts
• UK-made ring-reinforced head tube
• 73mm Stainless BSA threaded BB shell
• Hidden integrated and removable rack mounts in dropouts
• Optional top tube pack mounts.
• ‘Open’ front triangle to give space for a full frame bag.
• Multiple cage bosses on top and underneath downtube
• Optional male threaded bottle cage mounts on the seat tube to provide clearance for long dropper posts
• Cable/hose routing internal where it makes sense.
• 3D printed TPU, ‘MASON Element’ chainstay protector.
• High quality ‘Black Stainless’ bolt and fittings set.

Build kits and Prices

XT Launch bike build: £4195

• Rockshox SID Ultimate fork
• Full XT M8100 drivetrain (chainring/cassette size as per customer request)
• XT M8100 brakes
• 29” Hunt Trailwide V2 Wheelset
• Renthal Fatbar
• Deda EC/ZS44mm sealed bearing headset
• Ergon GA2 lock on grips
• Ritchey WCS trail stem (Length as per request)
• Fizik Terra Argo X3 Kium railed saddle
• Xfusion Manic 31.6 dropper post (length as per customer request)
• Choice of Maxxis or Vittoria 29” tyres
SLX bike build: £3795

• Rockshox SID Ultimate fork
• Full SLX M7100 drivetrain (chainring/cassette size as per customer request)
• SLX M7100 brakes
• 29” Hunt Trailwide V2 Wheelset
• Pro Koryak handlebar
• Deda EC/ZS44mm sealed bearing headset
• Ergon GA2 lock-on grips
• Pro Koryak stem (Length as per customer request)
• Fizik Terra Argo X5 saddle
• Xfusion Manic 31.6 dropper post (length as per customer request)
• WTB ranger 29x2.4” tyres.

RAW Frame with Rockshox SID Ultimate fork £2,395

• Includes DedaElementi Headset, MASON Macro clamp, MASON SwitchLever Thru-Axle, Full Black-Stainless bolt set, all
fittings and MultiPort inserts, MASON Element chainstay protector.
• Prepped, faced and chased, ready to build.
• Price includes 15 bottle/bag/accessory mounts, all internal routing and options for male threaded or eyeletted
cage/accessory mounts on the seat tube and with/without top tube pack mounts.
RAW Frame only £1,695

• Includes all above parts and accessories W/O fork.


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  • 118 13
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Don’t you know Waki is back!
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 @FranzMuhr: lol... are ya sure?
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 I'd be real interested in sitting down with a potential customer of a 1600 quid steel hardtail frame, and to have them explain their rationale.
  • 63 1
 Over some craft beer, whilst wearing a flannel shirt and having the man bun tied up
  • 27 1
 So in US Dollars it is a $2250 frame. The short answer is that it is overpriced for a production steel frame. While I would never pay that much for a production steel hardtail, I have spent about that much for custom steel frames a couple of times. Why? Getting exactly what you want, the fit you want, the geometry you want, the mounting points you want, and the ride qualities you want.

For $2250 for a production hardtail frame, the obvious answer is titanium, which is basically a steel frame, a bit lighter, with bragging rights.
  • 9 0
 Pipedream sirius seems similar in concept and 1k cheaper
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 I'd be interested in hearing from Mason why their steel road frame costs £100 less, with a full carbon fork included.
  • 9 1
 @carym: crazy that’s more than $500 more than a made in Canada by hand Chromag with the name of the builder on it. I’m pretty sure Walt charges $2k for a custom steel frame.
  • 4 1
 @DHhack: Walt is at $2200 for new customers, a bit less for repeat customers (like me). He is also dialing back his production. If were looking for a semi production bike, I would look at Neuhaus, which is less expensive. Nick is a great guy, hell of fast rider, and doing some creative stuff with 3d printing for some of the parts. He will also do full custom.
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 @carym: titanium also doesn't rust
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 @wburnes: modern steels are much more resilient to rust than older ones, and you’ll find some builders build frames with sealed tubes (no vent holes) which means you only have to worry about very occasionally cleaning and treats meant of the seat tube and BB shell. It’s a 15 minute job every 9-12 months.
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 @AccidentalDishing: More radical. I just built one and it rips. Don't believe me - See the @hardtailparty review on YouTube.
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 @sewer-rat: I resemble this remark! I love craft beer, flannels and steel hardtails! However I am old and bald and wouldn't drop more than $1000: on a steel frame. Unless it's full custom. Then all bets are off. I bought an Esker Japhy frame early this year. It is extremely similar to this frame and half the price. I love it.
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 @carym: those british have difinately lost their heads.... Tried to bring a second hand steel frame to Spain, but they were all selling well over brand new prices...other than that, the people I talked to were as polite as a fart in an elevator. I'll stick to what's available in europe.
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 @carym: I'm a big fan of Nick's stuff from neuhaus.
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 Not everyone buys a hardtail because they can't afford a full suspension. Some of us prefer hardtails. There's a huge segment of the market that rides nice, expensive hardtails. If the frame rides unlike anything else, I'm willing to pay for that. It's the same reason some people pay $1000 for cranks and $$$$ for wireless drivetrains. To me, I'd rather have a nice component that will last me 10+ years than for bargain basement ones I have to keep replacing. The same mentality transfers to handmade frames built in the UK or north America.
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 @hardtailparty: I try to have one of each at all times but I’m slowly coming to realize I’m about 90% a hardtail rider for everyday trail rides. My dh riding buddies don’t get it lol
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 @DHhack: It's tough to explain why modern hardtails are so much fun, especially to people who haven't ridden them. Keep fighting the good fight. Smile
  • 26 5
 Hi guys, 

Speaking personally; I've been a long time Pinkbike reader and avid mountain biker, so I'm just stoked to even have a bike featured on here, and I also knew we were going to get a flaming in the comments over the price point!

We didn't set out to make the "dentist's" hardtail, but we also realise that the RAW is not going to be for everyone - there are so many well priced and well made Far-East produced frames, and we were never going to be able to compete with these on price. What we aimed for instead was the best possible hardtail for fun trail riding and bike packing adventures. We wanted it to be as sustainably responsible as possible and we wanted it to look and ride beautifully. We have a real passion for metal frames and the craftsmanship of the small maker and this extends to a passion for making our tubes and frames entirely within Europe. Up to now we have made all our frames in Italy and this is the first to be fabricated entirely in the UK, using Italian and UK made tubing.

I won't go too far in trying to justify the price, you guys will have mainly made up your minds on this already! But in short, this frame costs far more to produce than the Far-East frames cost to buy at RRP. Our fabricators Five Land Bikes are absolutely at the top of their game, and their paint alone costs more than some hardtail frames. The Dedacciai tubing is all painstakingly considered and uniquely shaped for us, in fact, no main component of the frame bar the headtube (UK machined by Bear Frame Supplies) and bottom bracket shell are off-the-shelf.

We believe that the result of these factors is something really quite special, and even despite this we spent a lot of sleepless nights worrying about the price point - it is genuinely as low as we can get it whilst still making it worthwhile. No one in the supply chain is being short-changed here, we are genuinely proud to be working with the best tube makers and fabricators and paying the right money for an outstanding job. We are also very proud of the fact that we are keeping as much of the work as possible within Europe and the UK and not shipping frames from the other side of the world.

We are a very small business of just 6 people, we don't have huge buying power or margins, these frames are extremely small volume production, and we strongly believe in sustainable means of production both from the environmental and human perspectives.

The beauty of a free market is that you can choose what's important to you and make your purchases based on those things, and if you care about where your bike comes from, how deeply it's cared for during its design and development, and how exquisitely it's crafted then just maybe we've carved out a small niche for you here.

Peace and shreds, 

Dom & Matt - Mason Cycles
  • 2 1
 Dom, I've got a Def2 and a (secondhand) Bokeh - would love to own a RAW.
Frankly, all this talk about price bores the pants off me.
I'm a successful guy, and can afford what I want to ride, so I'd be happy to pay the price.
i'll forget the price soon enough, and every ride I'll be smiling, what's not to like?
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 I am lucky enough to have the means to buy any bike I want and ride a lot of different stuff - mountain, gravel, road, etc. for almost 35 years now. I have a Mason In Search Of for bike packing.. Yes, I could have gotten a cheaper Salsa or some other…but, the quality is excellent and I was looking to buy something that wasn’t made in China. Comparing a bike based on price is easy - you have the metric. But, I doubt there are many other steel frames out there that can go head-to-head on features AND with the quality. Mason’s attention to detail is just as good as my custom Alchemy ti, the paint quality is flawless, they coat the inside of their frames for weather resistance, and the choice of the particular steel tubing is first class. If price matters, go buy a bike on eBay. If you want quality, my two cents, you buy from crafts people who care about all aspects of the product.

Mason is a great company based on my buying experience.
  • 21 0
 Love a good raw hardtail, buy why the hell is it £1,695 for the frame only?! I can buy from other brand's a hardtail in the £700 range, and a full suspension with shock from £1600!
  • 11 0
 It’s that price to keep the riff raff from owning one…
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 Yup, its a big fail on pricing.
And what is their usp? It looks like lots of competitors frames for 2-3 mx the price.
  • 1 0
 Just ring up five land bikes and cut the middle man out..
  • 20 1
 super boring expensive bikes .com
  • 14 0
 Lands right in the firing line of the Stanton Sherpa Gen3), which is half the price (for the UK made version, the taiwan version is even cheaper again), so im guessing "Dedacciai Zero and Zero UNO" must be quite pricey?
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 Sherpa is lighter to
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 Yeah... a raw frame for "only" £1,695, what is this seriously? Is it due to the sudden increase of the raw material costs due to Covid... or to the fact that it's handcrafted in UK? Both probably...
I'm also a Stanton owner: Switchback MK1. I got that frame for peanuts actually: 450€ including dropouts and rear axle.
OK it was a bargain as the MK2 version was up to be released and they had 2 left MK1 frames for sale.
I had recurring e-mails with Dan Stanton for 2 years, and one day he asked me if I was interested by a discounted MK1 Swichback, the frame I was dreaming of, emerald green moreover!
I still have this bike for more than 5 years, and I will never get rid out of it. I'm still in love with it since the first day.
A Stanton lover Smile
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 @danstonQ: $5,575.57 United States Dollars (plus shipping) is a ton of $$$ for a hard tail bike of any stripe ~ That's a new Santa Cruz 5010 etc. Why on earth would anyone want to spend that unless they were a dentist or played one on TV...
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 @danstonQ: my raw commencal frame was £500 lol Ans slightly lighter than this one I think so I have no idea why you would buy this
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 @8tom8: because the Stanton is sexier and exotic from my perspective, whereas there are plenty of Commençal bikes where I live, also Stanton is simply a cool brand that I like.
Concerning the weight, it doesn't seem that you've understood that much about weight priorities, but that's your problem after all, not mine (lol).
  • 1 0
 Around 250 € a set. If you choose an inferior tubing you can probably save... 75 €?
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 I find measuring the sagged head angle more complicated than it's worth. You can't easily compare to other bikes and everyone has slightly differnt sag, plus it's gonna be dynamic anyway
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 Agree. Just give is the HA for 120, 140, 170 fork and let us work it out. We're smart enough to ride HTs therefore smart enough to work it a sagged HA.
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 taking the piss with that frame cost
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 Strong, light, cheap: pick one
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 Neither light nor cheap, which leaves me to pick strong. Is that how this works?
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flag twhart20 (Nov 29, 2021 at 9:23) (Below Threshold)
 @overconfident @mi-bike: They mean pick two, live without the other. Strong +.light is not Cheap, cheap and light is not strong, etc...
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 @mi-bike: Or Maybe they mean pick one lol...Typically I have heard of the latter used when given 3 options.
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 Errrrrm, there are plenty of strong and cheap frames. And plenty of strong and light frames.
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 @mi-bike: that's exactly what I meant :-)
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 Another UK steel hardtail, even from the same facility that makes the other UK steel hardtails.

I’m sure it rides well, geometry looks solid, but it’s expensive for what it is. I guess if that’s your kink, here’s another label you can get on the downtube of your British fetish machine.
  • 7 1
 I understand that its apples to oranges, and this bike is very nice, but this frame only is more expensive than bikes (with shocks) from other small british brands, top of my head being bird with the aether 9 and am9, and privateer with the 161 and 141, but there may be others also
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 Neither of those companies make their bikes in the UK though, they might be designed here but they outsource to Taiwan
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 @Joebohobo: UK made Stanton Sherpa is less than 1k. Possibly made by FiveLand too?
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 pricing is way out of control for a mountain bike they're going to shoot themselves in the foot eventually as recession gets worse
not picking on this company but all the companies are way overpriced for what you get in a build kit no one needs a 5 to $6,000 hardtail
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 no one needs a $1k hardtail either
  • 5 0
 Loving the short travel steel hardtails on the market. There are so many of them I can't help but think the bike industry is going to "invent" a new bike type. My money is on XCslopstyle or 29 big dirt jumper.
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 Big price. But the attention to detail is what your paying for. Each tube is selected for it's properties well defined by these European tube manafacture s. Quite a refreshing change from . It's got chromoly tubing from China.
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 @Sshredder gets it! We pride ourselves on the details and it can be quite hard to get this across on paper. Thank you
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 The bike everyone says they want, but don’t want to pay for!! To all of the “why isn’t it made in this country” because it costs more to manufacture! Also this is a beautiful frame, amazing work and I’m sure to the right person it’s well worth the money.
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 Thanks @Cerealmike for the compliments. We're really chuffed with it.
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 I own 2 Masons already and I’d buy this in a heartbeat if I wanted one.
The build & detailing is fantastic on Doms bikes and I only pay the price once, but smile every time I ride one (Definition and Bokeh)
And I like to support small UK businesses. Love this bike
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 Backpacking and/or hardcore HT.... with a SID on it.......
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 I fell into the trap of a lightweight 120 hardtail being a do-all bike and the 35mm SIDs were what held it back. After 6 months of moderate use my 800 dollar fork is literally worthless. Bushings are shot which are non-replaceable and require new 300 dollar lowers which arent available. The old 32mm Rebas are more durable.
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 Steel bikes are sick!
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 I get that reference
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 @hamncheez: You can still buy one from On-One. Hello Dave. New paint, new stickers.... still weighs a ton. Smile
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 Sick bikes are steal.
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 @FatTonyNJ: Holy crap you can buy an On-One ti hardtail full built (35 gold, GX/NX mix) for less than this steel frame.
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 @FatTonyNJ: you seriously don't notice the weight, they are so much fun to ride.
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You can almost buy a full Ti bike from them for similar price point
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 Didya ask them if they're releasing an eBike?
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 18 bikes making beautiful steel hard tails in the uk for £900. Cotic doing Taiwan for £550-£600.
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 So a British Surly where the pricing department smoked all the crack?
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 Well if we know anything by now, all they need is the hardtail party effect to sell out of them.
That price is a little hard to swallow though. It’d be interesting to see what their cost analysis is and how they made their way to this price. Even if it’s made in country.
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 I really like the enthusiasm that hardtail party has brought to people being interested in hardtails, but there is also a lot of marketing at work. I have to wonder how many people run out and get a hardtail and then are like WTF, smooth ride? I am saying this as a person who has always ridden a hardtail as my goto, so also understands that no amount of compliance will make a hardtail feel like a short travel FS bike (but can make a big difference in how the bike eats chatter and washboard).
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 Hi @Klimbnbike do have a look at our comment below to see a little more about how we had to price the Raw frame as we did.

All the best!
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 Big fan of Mason and own two of their frames. Honestly, I struggle with this. I'm not sure what value you get over a cotic. However, most of their customers probably don't buy it because it's good value. Their previous bikes all offered something different when released and the ride quality is sublime. Just not sure how much difference that matters with fat tyres and sus fork....
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 Hi @rob-chambo nice to see a friendly face on here Smile We are good friends of Cotic and love what they are doing, have a look at our post below as a small insight to where the extra is spent. It might also interest you to check out Guy Kesteven's live ride review on youtube for a little bit on how the frame feels.

All the best!
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 @MasonCycles: Thanks guys.

Reading my post back, it seems a bit more negative than I intended.

I've always felt that Mason offered the best compromise between a custom frame and a more mainstream brand. I'm sure the combination of custom tubing and exquisite finishing will be present here as much as it is on the other bikes. I'm sure there are also aspects that are only obvious when seen in person (Their Aspect for example is fcking stunning in reality! And you can see where the money goes).

What I meant to say is that the previous frames I've purchased filled that niche for me and offered me something I could justify to myself, I like nice things but in this scenario I'd choose a cotic.

This is a premium product and I hope that there are enough people that will buy it (I'm sure there will be) and they will certainly enjoy it.

A lot or people on here will treat a bike as a consumable and replace it every few years, but I would say most Mason owners will keep their bikes for a long, long time. Value is different for everyone.
  • 3 0
 Theres better value for money framesets than this. Five Land Bikes LTD make the frame, mason put there
branding on, then all the logistics and overheads. How much costs go into frame and how much added ?
  • 3 0
 I'll keep my 2021 NS Eccentric 29r frame for 350 usd thanks! This frame rides great, its lighter(2200g LG), and priced well........
  • 4 0
 The must have looked at the average income poll results and thought "let's give it a try" Smile
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 If their intention was to build a 1980s throwback in everything but price, they're onto a winner.. but for me, it is so generic it could be made by Raleigh and no-one would look twice... it's all a bit, well, meh.
  • 1 0
 It's interesting how many hardtails we're seeing these days that aren't being built by the companies selling them. We've seen that with carbon wonder bikes for a long time, but for handbuilt steel and ti hardtail frames, it seems like a lot of companies are just putting their name on someone else's build. It's getting hard to differentiate between brands' bikes when a lot of then are being built at the same factory with different brand names on them. There's nothing wrong with this approach, but it's changing the industry. I believe most people generally believe that handmade steel hardtails made in the UK or North America are built by the company whose name is on the head badge.
  • 1 0
 I know I've posted above knocking the price, but those thinking this is just an off the shelf frame with mason's branding are way off the mark. For context, I sold a ti road frame and replaced it with an alu Mason definition a few years ago. The ride quality, finish etc are sublime and unique.
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 People who post to complain about prices are dull. When the price is posted in the article and it's plain as day to see, what's the point of complaining? These builders know the market for their frames and their own costs. Proclaiming that these are overpriced, is not going to make the builder lower it or change their mind.
  • 4 0
 you could get a handmade, custom geometry Curtis frame for less..
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 u can get a trail hardtail frameset made out of carbon for less than that and with a lifetime warranty they say. Or u can buy a steel hardtail frame and use it as a dumbbell cause lifting heavy objects is life.
  • 2 1
 Boring! Buy a Soma Juice frame for $1000 less and be done with it. You can't even put belts on these steel hardtails. I consider that a major Faux Pas.
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 @Joebohobo: I'm pretty sure Masons are made in Italy. So I'm guessing the import charges and taxes to bring it from Italy to be assembled in the UK to then be shipped around the world might account for the high price. But ultimately the companies supply chain shouldn't really be the end-users concern
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 Quite clearly states that this frame is made in the UK... A quick look on their website too and looks like all of them are made in the UK. The tubing is manufactured in Europe but the rest is done in the UK it looks like
  • 1 0
 Hi Briain, whilst the rest of our frames are made in Italy, this one is made in Scotland from a mix of Italian and UK tubing, indeed the dreaded Brexit has affected our costs across the board. Do have a look at our comment below for a little insight into the production of this frame.
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 @MasonCycles: Thanks for the correction obviously missed the bit about it being made in the UK. Comparing frames made from custom tubing in the west versus off-the-shelf tubing welded in the far east really isn't a very fair comparison. But as you state in your blog people will decide if it's worth their money or not. Also, it is a very pretty bike.
  • 1 0
 That price! Wow! Would love to hear the rationale behind that price.

Still, I bet they sell bucket loads (or as many as they make).
  • 1 0
 I'll stick with my Sour cycles pasta party thanks for less than half the price.
  • 2 0
 he forgot to drop the seat on that drop
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 Wow. All this moaning about price. Please note info from the article (btw: thanks PB and seb for reporting on small operations like Mason): material sourcing done within EU, frame building in UK. If you want shorter supply chains and good wages locally (speaking from an EU perspective) - this is the way! Comparison to Gothic and many others who offer made in China or Taiwan frames simply won't work.
  • 1 0
 bs. as has been stated other companies have their bikes build in the same factory and ask not even half the price. its the (gravel) marketing, not labor or material costs that drive their pricing.
  • 2 0
 Thanks for the understanding @hilfskonstruktion! This whole project was based around a more sustainable and less global model Smile
  • 1 0
 there are loads framebuilders in the UK doing stuff like this daily they just arent punting it on pinkbike
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 It's going to cost more to have frames produced in the UK. That's why. You don't have to pay that premium if you don't want to.
  • 1 0
 Something wrong with titanium these days? That looks great in "raw".
  • 1 0
 Cheeky use of the aperture science logo.
  • 1 0
 man is that thing ever pretty.
  • 1 0
 Thanks Wink We're quite smitten with it.
  • 1 0
 Looks like a bike
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 £1700 frame only
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 Wow a steel hardtail that can do it all from the uk!!! Jesus Christ.
  • 2 5
 These f*ckin hardtails all look the same, how the f*ck is this unique in any way? f*ck off, just get a $200 Marino custom made frame.

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