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  1. #1
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    New(ish) Lurcher!

    Been riding this for a few weeks now - I just don't want to stop mid-ride and take a photo because it's just too durn fun to ride (and I don't want to take a photo post-ride because then it's beer time.) Long time On-one owner (bought my first Inbred 29 in 2006) and this one is yet another great job by On-one. Took me a long while to dial in the fit - shortest stem I've ever run on a hardtail, but it seems the Lurcher handles best with a sub-100mm stem (mine is a 90.) Loving it.

    Tale of the tape/build:

    Lurcher 29 frame, size L
    Full XT set up - wheels, brakes, 2x10 drivetrain
    Reba RLT Ti fork, set at 100mm travel
    Race Face Next SL carbon post
    Niner carbon bar
    Ritchey Pro Streem V2 saddle
    Time ATAC pedals
    Specialized Ground Control 2.3 front tire
    Specialized The Captain 2.0 rear tire
    Truvativ XR stem, 90mm (inverted)
    ODI Rogue grips
    Salsa post clamp
    Race Face PF 92 BB
    On-one Smoothie Mixer headset

    I think it weighs around 25 lbs, which is more than the Scott Scale 29 alloy I used to ride, but not bad for my 200 lb riding weight. Pretty fun for a "cheap" carbon HT. Thanks On-one!New(ish) Lurcher!-lurcher9-13-small.jpg
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    Very Nice! Probably does exactly what you want it to do as well... that's what On-One delivers, bike fun!

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    The Lurcher is a nice compliment to the wife's new frame this year - the Scandal 29. We are a two-On-one family now. (Does that make us a "two for one?")
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    Nice !

    my stem is 100mm, no spacers but with a low-riser.
    might give 80 or 90mm a try...
    Belgian beer and Scotch whisky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thasingletrackmastah View Post
    Nice !

    my stem is 100mm, no spacers but with a low-riser.
    might give 80 or 90mm a try...
    I started with 110 (which is what I've used in the past with most hardtails with the same ETT as the Lurcher) and then went to 100 and now 90. For whatever reason, and I can't put my finger on it, it just handles so much better downhill with the 90. With the longer stem, it just felt like I had to manhandle it through corners; now, it's more of a finesse move. I'm guessing the reason it handles better with a short stem is the slack (for a hardtail) 70 degree head tube angle.

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