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    Cool stuff from On One

    OK, it's not a new bike, so I can't put it in the On One Bike pictures thread. But it's still a great feeling to get a box of stuff from On One/Planet X. So I'll put a picture of it in this thread instead....

    Cool stuff from On One-imageuploadedbytapatalk1355206983.088671.jpg

    I am always impressed with the bang-for-buck when I get stuff from these guys. Leather panniers for my kids for a total of $106 (hope they don't check MTBR before Christmas), a high quality 35 degree stem for $12, etc. Stuff for our road bikes, MT bikes and fixie all in one box.

    Makes me proud to have a chunk of On One based right here in Oregon.

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    Those are nice. I am interested in the Inbred 29er frame in applesauce green for my build.
    Hope they get them back in stock.
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    I love my Inbred 29er. Just converted it to Shimano 2x10 with a steel Fargo V2 fork (with 2 Anything Cages when needed) for bike packing. It's an older sand-colored slot dropout frame, but I am running a geared set up on it.

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    I just set mine up with an Enabler fork and a fat tire 2x9. I use it now for winter and getting through new trails.
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    I looked at the Enabler fork. I have lots of options for snow, mud, etc. in the winter. Seems like it would give you a flavor of a Fatty at minimal cost. Can you post your impressions and some pics?

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    I just put a Mary bar on my ss, and it the absolute best upgrade I've done to it yet. 3 cheers for On One!
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    I have run Mary Bars on my steel 29er Inbred for a couple years. Love them, especially with the really knobby Titus ODI grips. They feel great.

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