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    My On One Collection.

    Scandal 29er with a combo of new and used parts and Lurcher Single Speed. On One Bike pictures......-424666_10201294584116872_1498803629_n.jpgOn One Bike pictures......-photo8.jpg

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    20' whippet
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    do i have to have an excuse to post another pic of my inbred? I don't think so...

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    Bought my first Inbred 29 in 2006, followed by an Inbred 26 the same year, followed by a Scandal in 2007. Recently bought the wife a new Scandal 29 frame and now have a Lurcher on order. Does that make me an On-one-aholic?
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    On One Bike pictures......

    Here's a photo of my inbred by the South China Sea in the Phils.


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    The begining of my ononeism:

    (Don't mind the temporary bear traps)
    Old school XTR, RS Pilot

    Tragically stolen, replaced with:

    RS Rev, X.0, XX

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    its good policy to stop the ride and enjoy the view sometimes.....



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    DSC_5302 por fertxitxito, en Flickr


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    DSC_5308-2 por fertxitxito, en Flickr

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    On One Bike pictures......

    This one replaces a sand colored frame On One Bike pictures......-imageuploadedbytapatalk1372799237.272321.jpgOn One Bike pictures......-imageuploadedbytapatalk1372799250.058367.jpgOn One Bike pictures......-imageuploadedbytapatalk1372799264.851882.jpgOn One Bike pictures......-imageuploadedbytapatalk1372799279.360788.jpg

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    On One Bike pictures......

    Dave862 -- looks great. Is that an On One fork? How do you like it? What kind of chaintugs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenemtbing View Post
    Is that an On One fork? How do you like it? What kind of chaintugs?
    Thanks, The fork is the On-One. It replaces a steel Voodoo fork and I like it by comparison. Less weight and has more offset. Really nice with this frame.
    Surly Tugnut for the chain tug on the drive side only. Its not really needed, the Bolt-on hub holds solid in the fork ends. I use it mainly as a chain adjuster and a beer bottle opener!

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    On One Bike pictures......

    I have used an eXotic rigid carbon fork (looks similar to the On One) and an On One monocoque rigid carbon fork. The eXotic one is noticeably more flexy and not as stout as the On One monocoque fork. Just put the eXotic on my new Scandal frame, and it was a surprising change after riding my Lurcher a bunch with the monocoque fork!

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    My daughter needed a new bike and my wife gave me a limited budget for the build. This is the compromise I came up with.

    On-One Scandal
    X-fusion Slide Fork
    Zee Shifting
    SLX Brakes
    Fire-X Crank Converted to 1X10 w/ Bash
    Vuelta Wheels
    Maxxis Ignitors
    Cheap E-bay stem to get the fit right. Then will buy the real deal.


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    C456

    Here´s a little photo of my C456 during a 3-day tour in the alps


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    Heres my On-One Inbred 29er. Definitely a love/hate relationship. I love the ride quality and the geometry of the bike, but its a little over 2 lbs heavier than my previous SS frame (which was aluminum). So, for now i will keep riding and enjoying it, but i cant say im not thinking of shopping for a lighter weight steel frame...

    18" Teal frame
    Bontrager RXL wheels, seatpost, and handlebar
    RL stem
    XR2 Team tubeless tires
    SLX crank w/ Raceface chainring + XT pedals
    Reba RLT fork w/ 15mm maxle
    weighs 25 lbs even :-/

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    Sweat, water bottle spew, and dust after 100+ miles of gravel at the Farmhouse Classic.
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    On One Bike pictures......

    Nice! Don't was it off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by preda_0 View Post
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    20 feet is pretty big.
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    Anyone know if a XX1 crankset with 156mm Qfactor would fit on a 29er Inbred?

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    I caught a rather handsome snap of my Ti456e a couple of weeks ago in the Scottish Borders:


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    The Black

    Got this frame as a replacement for my Large GT Zaskar Expert that cracked at the bottom bracket. At 230 lbs without my pack, I feel the resiliency of steel is better at my weight than aluminum. Simple frame swap, with some ghetto magic courtesy of the Brownsville Bike Brigade and the General Repair Center for the front derailleur and seatpost collar. I got the idea for building 'Darth Vader's bike' after a recent 100k race my brother and I entered. As I was literally wheezing up another hill, a racersnake passed me with a polite 'Excuse me, Darth!' This inspired me to think up Lord Vaders bike. The colors are there, and a choice detail or two. 18" feels perfect for me. I'm about 5'11" and 32" in inseam. As for the ride, it feels a lot like a big BMX bike, and I like the long seatpost. A quick drop and it sets up well for street/urban use. The frame even has rack mounts.
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    Heres a little bit clearer pictures of my Inbred.



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    I posted a while back with a Scandal 26er build.

    Most of that has now been sold and replaced with a C456 build.

    18" frame, RS 456 U turn forks, Shimano SLX drivetrain and Deore brakes with slightly poor wheels until I can afford some more.

    Rides very well.





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    Finally got mine built up,hope to ride it over the weekend

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