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    Quote Originally Posted by autodoctor911 View Post
    I read about 2nd generation handling on On-One website under Fatty description. Has the geometry changed already for the 2nd batch?
    I see 68* head angle still listed under geometry, but 69* now in text.
    the fork rake was 53mm in text, now 55mm, which seems to be confirmed on a 1st batch bike by Velobike's home measurement.
    I'm sure it will handle better than most bikes out there, 1st or 2nd generation, but did it require a change in production already?
    Head angle on first production is 68deg.
    Fork rake was always 55mm.

    Any differences are errors. No changes.

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    Just curious, anyone know how the builds are coming in the US? Anxiously awaiting mine!
    +1.

    Could someone at On-One please update us on the expected ship date for the US Fattys?

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    I just got an email from Michael at TitusUSA, that they are built, and waiting on tires, which should be here today(12-17-12) or tomorrow. he said "Tires will be here today or tomorrow - bikes are all built up and shipping the moment those tires arrive . . . no later than tomorrow."

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    Head angle on first production is 68deg.
    Fork rake was always 55mm.

    Any differences are errors. No changes.
    errors on website, right?
    hopefully no errors on production!

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    I just got an email from Michael at TitusUSA, that they are built, and waiting on tires, which should be here today(12-17-12) or tomorrow. he said "Tires will be here today or tomorrow - bikes are all built up and shipping the moment those tires arrive . . . no later than tomorrow."
    Woo-hoo!!! Doing the happy dance!

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    latest news, by phone from Michael: they are being packaged and will be ready for pickup/shipment in the morning.

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    latest news, by phone from Michael: they are being packaged and will be ready for pickup/shipment in the morning.


    I already did the happy dance so I don't know what I should do now...

    Unfortunately, mine still has to travel 2577.1 miles till I get to play with it!
    Last edited by JoeG; 12-17-2012 at 09:16 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exigetastic View Post
    Sorry I didn't mention that, mines a large (I'm 6'3").

    I've attached some more pics of the drive area (pretty hard to do in the lighting in our hall), I have to say it is a bit tight to go much bigger on the "inner" ring / maybe 5-10mm clearance between teeth and the chain stay .

    The spider does look like you could put a larger ring on the outside easily enough. I'm up to my eyeballs doing my better half's VAT return ATM so can't measure / look up the BCD right now.

    HTH everyone.
    I'm also 6'3". What do you think of the fit on your size large? Top tube seems pretty short but I would appreciate any feedback. Thanks.

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    Is on-one answering to your mails?

    They've send me a mail about my bike build a week ago, they had to ship my bike yesterday, but no more mail since that. And they don't answer to my mail anymore from a week (in the last mail they said that if they've some problems or delay they will contact me).

    So, you know if there is some problems or delays?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bricke View Post
    Is on-one answering to your mails?

    They've send me a mail about my bike build a week ago, they had to ship my bike yesterday, but no more mail since that. And they don't answer to my mail anymore from a week (in the last mail they said that if they've some problems or delay they will contact me).

    So, you know if there is some problems or delays?
    Bikes being built in large numbers every day. All assembled from parts here in our Rotherham HQ.

    Some staff sickness issues may have lengthened reply times.

    If you want to message me or post your sales order number I will have your issue looked into specifically.

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    Quote Originally Posted by autodoctor911 View Post
    errors on website, right?
    hopefully no errors on production!
    correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    Bikes being built in large numbers every day. All assembled from parts here in our Rotherham HQ.

    Some staff sickness issues may have lengthened reply times.

    If you want to message me or post your sales order number I will have your issue looked into specifically.
    Message sent.
    Thank you a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bricke View Post
    Message sent.
    Thank you a lot.
    Email sent.

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    USA fatty arrived today from the UK. Cant wait to slap it together after work!!

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    I just got the email and my Fatty is on the way!

    I'd be real happy if it got here by Christmas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljracer View Post
    USA fatty arrived today from the UK. Cant wait to slap it together after work!!
    darnit, should have ordered mine from England, it woulda got here quicker.

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    Hope it is JoeG. Mine landed today and just been down the beach in the dark on it. Highly entertaining.

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    Dear god. I didnt realize the bike would come with the brakes rigged UK style (left is rear brake). Of course i ordered before i knew they would even be offered for sale via the US outfit.


    I hope the hoses are the right length to swap between levers w/o a bleed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljracer View Post

    I hope the hoses are the right length to swap between levers w/o a bleed.
    Avid brakes right? You should be able to just swap the levers from one side of the bar to the other. No hose cutting involved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad andy View Post
    Avid brakes right? You should be able to just swap the levers from one side of the bar to the other. No hose cutting involved.
    Sweet. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljracer View Post
    Dear god. I didnt realize the bike would come with the brakes rigged UK style (left is rear brake). .
    the correct way

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveJfromtheSwitch View Post
    the correct way
    Except the first technical descent i'll grab a bunch of front brake on accident and endo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    Head angle on first production is 68deg.
    Fork rake was always 55mm.

    Any differences are errors. No changes.
    I'm very interested to know what the trail figure is Brant.
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevob View Post
    I'm very interested to know what the trail figure is Brant.
    well. what is the tire diameter? if we assume a tire diameter of 736mm, the trail will be 90mm.

    if i didn't make any mistakes, which is very possible as my brain is faded at this time of day.

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    Sweet. Thanks for that.
    I see hills.

    I want to climb them.

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