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    Good job! New bike from on one


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobmouse View Post
    Saw that as well. Is it 26 or 29 flavour?

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    Its a 29er by the looks of it, looks nice.

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    Paging Brant Richards, any geo details? Cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enduramil View Post
    Saw that as well. Is it 26 or 29 flavour?
    Say's 29er:

    "New bike. Codeine 29er prototype from On-One Bikes with Brant Richards".

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    Looks great! Appears to be running Titus 4-bar linkage. Possibly a less expensive version of the El Guapo 29? Love some details if they are available... Keep it up Brant!!

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    Re: New bike from on one

    Tiny stem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jameswr View Post
    Looks great! Appears to be running Titus 4-bar linkage.
    That is not a Titus (Horst Link or FSR) style suspension design, this bike looks to be a four bar, link driven, single pivot design. Horst Link or FSR bikes have a pivot on the chain stay near the rear dropout.

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    128mm rear travel with 440mm chainstays, 67deg head angle, 35mm BB drop. Shock is DSP Dueler with ti spring.

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    Like I said in the El Guapo thread, want it, want it now!

    The most important questions being when and how much? The geo and DSP shock already look ace, but if it's a year away (or more like the EG29 was when it first popped up) then this is nothing but a mean old tease.

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    Better pic from Shedfire.

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    I dont have any details as far as when, I would think how much would be in line with the rest of the offerings. The full carbon Rockstar being offered at under $1500, my guess is this frame will be in the $1200-1500 range (or less)?

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    It looks ready for more travel, once a bigger fork comes out

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    Yeah, it kinda dwarfs that 32mm fork. The thing is screaming for a Fox 34. I imagine the EG 29 will too. Rock Shox needs to make a Lyric 29.
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    Quote Originally Posted by craigstr View Post
    Rock Shox needs to make a Lyric 29.
    Hell yes, 20mm axle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deerhill View Post
    Hell yes, 20mm axle
    Can't see that happening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rustybkr View Post
    Tiny stem
    You mean a proper length stem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eurospek View Post
    You mean a proper length stem.
    So, you saying small stem means bigger pecker when flirting with mountain bike riding hotties?

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    Looking on the Titus El Guapo 29 thread and wondering how they will compare price wise and release date. Uber excited, no doubt they will both rock. So pleased that the on one is a 29er. Might have to start saving.

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    Availability? Mid 2013?
    Maybe my 1st 29er and on-one!
    Is this one more hardcore than the EG?
    Will there be a full bike? Price +/-?
    Last edited by Tkul; 02-15-2013 at 02:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enduramil View Post
    So, you saying small stem means bigger pecker when flirting with mountain bike riding hotties?
    I prefer my MTB riding hotties not to have any pecker at all, but that's me...

    Nice looking 29er....I agree it looks like it needs more fork up front...
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    Like the proportions

    Kind of wondering what size frame in the photo

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