Here ya go, Froze...I'll make up for the fake Lynsky pic.
"3rd Cracked Lynskey Ti. Anyone else broken one or more?
1st Ridgeline 29 SL - 815 miles, cracked.
2nd Ridgeline 29 VF - 3,370 miles, cracked.
3rd M290 (Ridgeline geometry) 1,257 miles, cracked.
According to Froze you shouldn't ride a mountain bike in the...mountains. Poor Ti. 'Lifetime' material is not even good for a thousand miles. And with a lightweight rider, to boot!
"150-160 lbs depending on time of year."
I'm not sure what your problem is with me but you got caught being full of schit by me and now you're trying to furiously back pedaling out of it by saying things I didn't say. I NEVER said that a MTB should not be used to ride off road with, what I said was that those MTB's that broke say nothing about what kind of abuse they went through before they broke. I can show you pics all day of CF MTB's that broke, but again no indication as to why they broke, so since your so bent on proving me wrong about ti here are some pics of your precious unbreakable CF MTB's:
The internet is full of these sort of pictures, but the picture below is really important for my next point.
Look at this, the world famous best of the best CF frame from Calfee: https://www.bikerumor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/Ruckus-Components-Calfee-Broken-Headtube.jpg
The Calfee break is important to note, because their recognized as the best CF frame builder in the world, thus your point about Lynskey is a wasted point. But you supposedly know a lot about bicycles, which if you do then I know you knew this stuff, but you just like to cause problems.