Not by me, of course... but there is some knowledge that makes sense of how On Ones are designed. I've read the copy, but I want some people to suss it out for me.
I have an Inbred (26"). It is both slacker and more upright than I was expecting, and the chainstays are similar to my 650b (my measurements have the 650b shorter, but officially, the inbred is a couple mm shorter). I like it- it descends really well, climbs well and feels really solid off 1-2 ft drops.
But I want to hear the experts. On One has unique designs and I want more details on all of the bikes. Why is the geo different and to what purpose?
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