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    ere buzkil what size frame mate? cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by roddas1 View Post
    ere buzkil what size frame mate? cheers
    The frame is 20 inch, the 2010 Inbred Summer Season. really, really enjoying it. It usually takes me many rides for a bike to feel like an extention of my body, this one only took a couple. I did a bit of research on what I wanted in a bike vs. the $ I had to invest in one. (this was bike #4)

    This Frame was what I was looking for, I started pricing out a build and found pretty much the this bike for sale at 1/2 the price it was going to take me to build it. So I purchased it and made a few small upgrades.
    To love me is to rep me, world domination is eminent/imminent/immanent.

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    Here's my chocolate One, love the way it handles. its been feeling neglected. been riding the Vassago more often so i took it out for a little spin.


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    hey cheer's for the info buzkil,you got a sweet ride bro.enjoy.....

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    Cleaner pics of my two...



    Just finished my 456 yesterday - on a serious budget. Ebay and parts bin special.


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    just built






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    Done a few updates.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ssjohnny View Post




    Sexy.

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    Here's mine:




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    My semi-budget/leftover bike parts On One 456 Carbon

    Woo! My first hard tail. This thing is fun! Definitely a little different than my Nomad C.










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    Quote Originally Posted by steve c View Post
    Woo! My first hard tail. This thing is fun! Definitely a little different than my Nomad C.
    Looks great! What fork is that, some six incher?

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Looks great! What fork is that, some six incher?
    It's a Rockshox Revelation RLTi dual postion air. (130/150) It goes pretty good.

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    Mine arrived today


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    Red 456C FTW!

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Red 456C FTW!
    QFT
    Its so Bright color it makes you go blind. How is the paint holding on? Is it fragile or tuff?

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    Those Ragley grips going on it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blksocks View Post
    Those Ragley grips going on it?
    Yep and Ragley handlebar and stem too.

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    My new blowout coupon SS. It's a temporary parts bin build till the good stuff comes in.

    Since this pic I've already moved to a wider, lower rise bar and put on a Jump Stop while I wait for my guide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sampo69 View Post
    Yep and Ragley handlebar and stem too.
    Ragley Blue Pig

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    Quote Originally Posted by P1atypus View Post
    My new blowout coupon SS. It's a temporary parts bin build till the good stuff comes in.

    Since this pic I've already moved to a wider, lower rise bar and put on a Jump Stop while I wait for my guide.
    Okay, so I'm not the only one with the flagpole seat post length. I have a 400mm seat post, looks like you do too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sampo69 View Post
    QFT
    Its so Bright color it makes you go blind. How is the paint holding on? Is it fragile or tuff?
    So far so good. With a few battle scars, the bike is going to look even better though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dion View Post
    Okay, so I'm not the only one with the flagpole seat post length. I have a 400mm seat post, looks like you do too?
    Yep. Tried a 350mm but I'd need to run it at the ragged edge to get barely adequate leg extension.

    Since I'm over on the east coast for another couple weeks and most of the trails I've done so far require a ton of pedaling, I figured I'd be better off with a flagpole.

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    Scandal Swapout 29er in the wild


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    I just finished building up this 456 Summer Season for my 11 year old daughter. Aside from the shifters, seatpost, and pedals, everything came from my parts bin.

    Build weight is 28.8lbs, size is 14".





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    Quote Originally Posted by robot View Post
    I just finished building up this 456 Summer Season for my 11 year old daughter. Aside from the shifters, seatpost, and pedals, everything came from my parts bin.

    Build weight is 28.8lbs, size is 14".
    Good Daddy! Not cut that steerer before you remove all of her teeth!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggie View Post
    Good Daddy! Not cut that steerer before you remove all of her teeth!
    Ha! I almost ran out of spacers when I was building it up. The plan is to slam the stem and keep 15-20mm of steerer exposed above that.

    I also added a seatpost clamp, which I think was a pretty nice thing to do.
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    another Inbred 29er

    Here is another Inbred 29er. Big tires and brakes. Front is a Specialized Purgatory 2.4 rear is a Eskar 2.3 ...Avid Brakes 203/180 ...the front tire just rubs the fork a tad when really mashing hard on it. ...but it really floats right over the sand washes.

    Really fun bike. I love it !
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    Finished this today - 19.5in On-One Scandal 29er with Chinese Carbon Rims - tubeless.


    IMG_1646 by tehschkott, on Flickr

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    2012 On-One Scandal 29er Swapout - 19.5in frame

    2x9 SRAM X9 shifters
    34x24 SRAM Turbine Cranks
    XT hydro brakes
    On-One Fleegle bars
    Carbon Noir Seatpost
    Fizik Saddle
    Chinese Carbon Rims
    XTR Hubs
    Reba RLT Ti fork w/ tapered steerer and remote lockout.
    DT Swiss skewers
    Replaceable dropouts.

    and uh... I don't know. Ask me if you want more details.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tehschkott View Post
    Finished this today - 19.5in On-One Scandal 29er with Chinese Carbon Rims - tubeless.
    That's a very nice bike! How much does it weight? Those Chinese carbon rims look good, I hope they will be making 650Bs, too.

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    My new Whippet. Absolutely an awesome, fast bike!





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    Just got done with the frame swap.

    Before: 2010 On-One 456 non SS


    After: 2011 On-One Summer Season


    Only thing I changed was the smoothie headset to Chris King...

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    teaser

    456SS 14'
    more pics soon

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    That Whippet is awesome! If there was such a thing as a too good looking bike, this would be it.

    That is a good looking SS Kuptik!

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    Can I play? 2011 Inbred 29, custom powder coat, 2x10 XT/SLX, Reba, Sun Ringle Charger UST, Easton, Conti

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    I just built this 456 up last Friday ... I will be posting the build/review soon
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    I used to ride to Win ... Now I ride to Grin

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    Quote Originally Posted by tehschkott View Post
    Finished this today - 19.5in On-One Scandal 29er with Chinese Carbon Rims - tubeless.

    2012 On-One Scandal 29er Swapout - 19.5in frame

    2x9 SRAM X9 shifters
    34x24 SRAM Turbine Cranks
    XT hydro brakes
    On-One Fleegle bars
    Carbon Noir Seatpost
    Fizik Saddle
    Chinese Carbon Rims
    XTR Hubs
    Reba RLT Ti fork w/ tapered steerer and remote lockout.
    DT Swiss skewers
    Replaceable dropouts.

    and uh... I don't know. Ask me if you want more details.
    Are those 2.4" tires? I currently have 2.25" and want to switch to 2.4, but i'm not sure it will fit..

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    Finished 3wks ago and love it! Replaced my old '08 SE Stout with about 4,000 miles on it.



    18" inbred ltd frame
    avid elixir cr brakes, 180/180
    hope SS hubset, stans crest, dtswiss rev 1.5/2.0, tubeless on fast traks
    hope HS, hope SP collar, easton carbon seatpost, ti saddle, carbon bars and stem
    origin 8 black ops fork, odi grips, old school shimano dx pedals
    white ind eno crank, phil wood bb, HBC ti 34/16 drivetrain

    23.8lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by htnswches View Post
    Can I play? 2011 Inbred 29, custom powder coat, 2x10 XT/SLX, Reba, Sun Ringle Charger UST, Easton, Conti
    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoke2 View Post
    I just built this 456 up last Friday ... I will be posting the build/review soon
    Tidy colour matching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flats View Post
    Tidy colour matching.
    more pics of the build are posted HERE
    I used to ride to Win ... Now I ride to Grin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoke2 View Post
    I just built this 456 up last Friday ... I will be posting the build/review soon
    nice looking bike. what gear combination are you using? and what's the a2c of the fork?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bicol_express View Post
    nice looking bike. what gear combination are you using? and what's the a2c of the fork?
    I am running a 34/15 gear combo and the a2c by my measurement is 425mm - it is a Salsa El Mariachi 29er fork
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    Only got a poser shot for the time being... Hoping to get her out for the first of the year ride this weekend (well not really first of the year seeing as I was riding in Jan and Feb but havent ridden anything but the road bike in two months.


    Snapseed by renofizz, on Flickr

    Since last pic (page 1).
    - 2011 Manitou Tower Pro 100mm w/ FIRM spring kit
    - Shimano M530 spd pedals
    - GEAX Gato (f) and Saguaro (r)
    - Giant 690mm Flat bars
    - LizardSkinz Peaty grips
    - Charge Spoon saddle (GREAT saddle)

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    Heres my Bundle of Joy. Just took it around the block to see if its road worthy. Front is super smooth, but rear is some what harsh. Rear tire is Full of air and sealent, so when im satisfied that tires are sealed il release some pressure.

    SPECS:
    On-One 456 Carbon 18" red
    Slackset +2 headset
    RS Revelation 150mm
    Ragley Wiser Carbon bar 720mm
    Ragley Stubbing 50mm stem
    Ragley Logo Lock-On grips
    SDG i-Beam seatpost
    SDG i-Beam Bel Air SL saddle
    Ultegra 6700 11-28 10spd cassette
    Ultegra 6700ss 10spd rear derailleur
    Ultegra flat bar 10spd shifter
    Campagnolo Centaur 10spd chain
    ZTR Crest "Cherry red" rims with ZTR 3.30 hubs and Supercomp spokes
    Hope X2 Evo Race brakes with Mono Mini pink 160mm disks
    Nobby Nic 2.25 graphite TL-Ready EVO Pacestar 3C
    XTR crank 38chainring (will be replaced over the weekend with e13 cranks)
    Nukeproof pedals (gonna get replaced with xpedos that are on those e13 cranks)

    Weight = 22lbs / 10kg
    Enjoy! I will! Needs mudguards.... Can you recommend best one!

    PS. Heres more photos -> Index of /~kohosami/456c
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    My 456 'updated' to 2x10 X7 crankset and X9 shifters..On One Bike pictures......-imageuploadedbytapatalk1335429150.624790.jpg

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    sampo, an idea for the front mudguard i would recommend is called 'MUCKY NUTS' check em out there pretty cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roddas1 View Post
    sampo, an idea for the front mudguard i would recommend is called 'MUCKY NUTS' check em out there pretty cool.
    Bender Fender 2.1 could work in front but need something longer for rear.
    Been looking these CycraGuard MTB and Crud Race Guard..

    EDIT: Ordered 2 Bender Fenders 2.1 and Crud race guard
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    Quote Originally Posted by fryed_1 View Post
    Finished 3wks ago and love it! Replaced my old '08 SE Stout with about 4,000 miles on it.

    18" inbred ltd frame
    avid elixir cr brakes, 180/180
    hope SS hubset, stans crest, dtswiss rev 1.5/2.0, tubeless on fast traks
    hope HS, hope SP collar, easton carbon seatpost, ti saddle, carbon bars and stem
    origin 8 black ops fork, odi grips, old school shimano dx pedals
    white ind eno crank, phil wood bb, HBC ti 34/16 drivetrain

    23.8lbs
    You helped sell me on that frame. I've been thinkin about picking that up from the site. Even though it would be sitting in my garage just as a frame for several months as I slowly acquire parts to bolt on! I wanted a steel frame in white and the price...well you can't beat the price. 230 shipped! How's it handle?
    SS ==> Nut up or Shut up!

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    Still getting used to it after almost 2mos, but it's above and beyond what my alum stout was. Just springy and lively enough to make it lively and fun and the carbon fork/bars/sp/stem help take a little of the jarring effect out when it gets rooty and rocky. I honestly don't have anything bad to say about it. It's fast, climbs like a goat, corners great and is overall quicker in every way than my previous rigid single-speed.

    Overall it's my 90% bike. The other 8% is reserved for my DH bike on lift-assisted parks and I save 2% for my trusty old HT freeride bike at the moto track behind the house.


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    Another Inbred to add to the mix. The swap outs are a really cool addition to the frame.
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    My first Inbred 29er build

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    nice bike Tulsan. I like the fork.
    I used to ride to Win ... Now I ride to Grin

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    Love my 456, I call her Cocoa

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    Here is my Summer Season. Transitioned to steel after cracking my cannondale. Love the feel of it, except for the extra weight. I weigh 240 though, so I can push it.

    Wheels: Velocity P35 rims, Chris King hubs, DT Swiss Alpine III spokes
    Fox Vanilla fork
    Chris King headset
    Hope Stem
    Avid Elixir 203mm brakes
    Sunline V1 handlebars
    Kooka Cranks
    Threshold trials bashrig
    Suntour XC Pro front thumb shifter, xt trigger rear
    8-spd. XTR rear der., XT front.
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    ^ what rims are those? Are the wheels light? I'm looking for a lightweight wheelset that is white, but don't want to spring for arches.
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    Just added the spec list . The rims are Velocity P35 rims. Not very heavy at all for how wide they are. Nice fat footprint. Love 'em so far.

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    S&S Coupled





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    I've had this bike for a few months now and I'm really falling in love. For the trails I ride most of the time, this thing is perfect.

    Had Memorial day off and after getting it all shiny, I decided to do a photo shoot. Then that turned into artsy fartsy series.

    Anyways, hope you enjoy.












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    Edit: Slight refinements to original build (for now I'm having more fun with the shock! got a shorter stem and flipped it to make up for the geo differences):


    Original build:




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    456 Evo

    My new 456 Evo frame arrived this last weekend, I just got it out for a first trail ride today. Simply awesome! Great compliment to my 140mm FS bike. It can hit some of the same terrain, but does it in a completely different manner. Like driving a dune buggy vs a baja truck.

    So much fun.


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    Loud hubs save lives. http://about.me/splat/

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    I love those s and s couplers.

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    Finally my ride is complete.....





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    Quote Originally Posted by magpies14 View Post
    thought of starting this thread with sharing of different type of OnOne bikes..
    So, I can also post non-mbt On-One bikes???

    Then here is my "roadrat"

    Type : Pompetamine
    Fork : Pompetamine
    Headset : On-One Smoothie Light
    Grips : ODI Rogue
    Bar : Truvatif Husselfelt 31.8 30mm rise
    Stem : Procraft Ahead II 31.8 60mm
    Brakehandles : Shimano Alfine
    Brakes : Shimano Alfine 7" Discs
    Shifter : Shimano Alfine
    Chain : KMC K710
    Cranks : Shimano Alfine 45T
    Bracket : Shimano Alfine
    Fronthub : Shimano XT
    Rims : Mavic A317 Disk
    Rearhub : Shimano Alfine 8-Speed 18T
    Spokes : Mavik black
    Tyres : Schwalbe Marathon 42mm
    Tubes : Michelin A3 Airstop
    Saddle : Bioflex O-Zone
    Seatpost : Identiti T-4



    Because of the tyre size I had to use 7" discs as 6" was then to small for the caliper, and I wanted both discs the same size so I went to 7" front and rear.
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    If only

    I was posting build pics. Not what I was hoping for out of the box

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    uh, that sucks!

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    Yes but I am learning how good their customer service is. Thumbs up so far.

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    I havenít taken any pictures yet of my Inbred 29er build, so here is a picture someone else took of me on my way to a 2nd place finish in menís Cat2 35-44 XC at CCCX#6:
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    ah, now that's the way I like to see new frames arrive, tubes protected, in a bubble wrap bag, in a cardboard box. Thank you on-one customer service

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlS View Post
    Here is another Inbred 29er. Big tires and brakes. Front is a Specialized Purgatory 2.4 rear is a Eskar 2.3 ...Avid Brakes 203/180 ...the front tire just rubs the fork a tad when really mashing hard on it. ...but it really floats right over the sand washes.

    Really fun bike. I love it !
    Great looking bike.
    It took a while for mine to get here, but worth the wait.

    What kind of nut-tug is that?

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    This thing is a BLAST!

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    sharing my first 29er build and my very first from On One.

    On One Carbon Race 29er. Full Rigid setup.








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    ON ONE Heaven. Follow me on twitter for a bike POV.
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    Hi I'am an On-One Carbon 456 mountain bike, follow me to find out what i get up to...

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    Here I am in wales.
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    Recently built up an Orange Inbred 29er. Zero trail time as of today. Will post a pic of the build after 10 posts!

    Here's the build:

    Frame: Inbred 29er M
    Fork: Fox 32 F29 RL 100mm
    Headset: Cane Creek
    Cranks: Shimano XT
    Wheels: On One
    Drivetrain: Shimano SLX RD/FD/Shifters with KMC gold chain
    Brakes: Shimano Deore
    Seatpost: On One
    Seat: Velo
    Stem: Ritchey 100mm
    Bar: On One Fleegle
    Pedals: Shimano M520
    Tires: Geax Saguaro 2.2

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    Here's the crappy pic of the build! Will update with trail pics soon!


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    Frame: Inbred 29er M
    Fork: Fox 32 F29 RL 100mm
    Headset: Cane Creek
    Cranks: Shimano XT
    Wheels: On One
    Drivetrain: Shimano SLX RD/FD/Shifters with KMC gold chain
    Brakes: Shimano Deore
    Seatpost: On One
    Seat: Velo
    Stem: Ritchey 100mm
    Bar: On One Fleegle
    Pedals: Shimano M520
    Tires: Geax Saguaro 2.2
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    As it has been said several times on here: this bike is a blast to ride!
    On One Bike pictures......-imageuploadedbytapatalk1343606822.830332.jpg

    I had an Inbred 26 five years ago, converted it into a commuter and lent it to a relative who had Issues with cars and whiskey,...it's still toiling away under him.

    So when I saw the fathers day clear out the warehouse sale I just could not pass the 29er frame, fork and extras up.

    It took me 1.5 months to scrounge up the rest of the components but it was freakin worth it.

    Just curious as to what the devil is the head badge?

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    My Inbred

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    ‎"My bicycle masters boardwalk and quagmire with aplomb." - Tom Nuttall

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    Updating with pics from my first trail ride at the local trails. This bike is a blast to ride!!!!









    Friend's Lurcher:




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    Building an on one whippet this week!

    I can't decide which colour to get though, matt black or gloss red?

    I am fitting Kinesis XLT's.

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    My old Inbred

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/cmadrigal/511125820/" title="inbred at rest by cmadrigal, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm1.staticflickr.com/218/511125820_df4587f44a_z.jpg?zz=1" width="640" height="480" alt="inbred at rest"></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/cmadrigal/511150313/" title="Inbred taking a break by cmadrigal, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm1.staticflickr.com/232/511150313_3b5c49b7f9_z.jpg?zz=1" width="640" height="480" alt="Inbred taking a break"></a>


    My current Inbred 29 (although a rebuild is coming up)

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/cmadrigal/4563509309/" title="On One Inbred 29er by cmadrigal, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm5.staticflickr.com/4020/4563509309_ea785cced8_z.jpg" width="640" height="480" alt="On One Inbred 29er"></a>

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    My New On One - Whippet

    Just Finished Building the whippet today - 1x10 drive train.

    Carbon Sram crank with a e13 ring and a e13 (S3 mount) chain guide
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    very nice on-one bikes

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    My Lurcher SS
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    Orange!

    Before and after pics.

    Found this 1x9 locally on CL with a decent build....(came with both sets of swapouts as well).

    Traded an old set of BB7s, a Cygolite Mitycross 400, and $100 for it.

    Fits perfectly in the quiver, right between the rigid SS and 1x9 FS


    Original build:

    One cheapo pedal (it really came with only one pedal!)
    Rock Shox Tora fork
    Thomson stem
    Bontrager bar with cheapo grips
    Bontrager post
    Bontrager saddle
    X9 shifter
    X7 long cage derailleur
    Shimano hubs laced to Bontrager Ranger rims
    Bontrager tires
    Super heavy cheapo cassette
    BB5 brakes

    Weight 31.5 lbs


    New build:

    CB Eggbeaters
    Manitou Minute fork with Absolute Damper
    Sunline stem
    Salsa Pro Moto bar with ODI Ruffian grips
    Truvativ post
    Fizik Aliante saddle
    X9 shifter
    X7 short cage derailleur
    Sun Ringle Black Flag Expert wheels
    Geax tires (thanks Hammerhead bikes garage!)
    XTR cassette
    BB7 brakes

    Weight 27 lbs

    Still pretty heavy, but I'm certainly not unhappy considering I have total, after reselling the components I stripped, only around $500 into it (I found the wheels and fork, both brand new, as a combo on CL for $300!!!)
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    C'mon lets go for a whirl.

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    Wow, nice score, amazing deal on both the bike and fork and wheels.The fork with the arch behind the stanchions really threw me for a moment.

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    2011 Inbred

    Here is my contribution to this thread, it's a 2011 26'er Inbred. I built it up from parts I had laying around, so far only one ride and I like it. It's not easy on my legs since I'm so out of shape but even so, I'm considering selling my full suspension and geared hardtail bikes.










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    Just found out my bro is buying a Whippet to replace his old Giant XTC hardtail from like 2000. So looks like he will be racing with me next year and the On-One family is growing!

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    Help ID an old frame?

    I picked this old frame up on UK Ebay....
    Just got it it back and want to start assembling parts.
    Does anyone recognise this drop-out style?
    I'm also interested in tyre/tire clearance, could I get away with 26" x 3"?
    Thanks in advance...
    Phil

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    My brand new 26" inbred on its first ride:





    Built mostly with parts that I cannibalized off my old giant. Still some tweaking to do, but should be a lot of fun.

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    Dropouts

    Quote Originally Posted by PhilN View Post
    I picked this old frame up on UK Ebay....
    Just got it it back and want to start assembling parts.
    Does anyone recognise this drop-out style?
    I'm also interested in tyre/tire clearance, could I get away with 26" x 3"?
    Thanks in advance...
    Phil
    You need to acquire some of what they call "swap-outs". Either the vertical dropouts for gears or the horizontal dropouts for SS....get em from On-One

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    Inbred 29er SS

    The story of this Inbred is a long one, but I'll try and keep it as short as possible.

    A mate of mine consulted me when building this bike in May this year and pretty much built the bike according to how I would build it if it was mine.

    Then he ended up selling it to me for half of what he paid 4 months later. Bargain.

    Specs:

    SS 29er Ltd Ed frame (Large)
    FSA Orbit MX headset
    Manitou Tower Fork
    Formula RX brakes
    Deore Cranks (soon to be swapped for M960 XTR's after a Jeff Jones mod and polish)
    KMC SS chain
    Hope Pro II Evo hubs (SS-specific rear)
    NoTubes ZTR Flow rims
    Schwalbe Nobby Nic (f) and Racing Ralph (r) 2.25 Snakeskin running tubeless
    19T cog at rear, 32T Blackspire Monoveloce chainring
    Raceface Ride stem and seatpost
    Custom HTFU headset cap
    Specialized Phenom 143 seat
    680mm On-One riser bars
    ESI Chunky grips
    Shimano M540 pedals
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    ^^^^ that's beautiful!
    C'mon lets go for a whirl.

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    That's a very sharp looking Inbred! Can you make/post more pictures of the On One riser bars, so I can finally see how they look on a bike?

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    Thanks guys!

    Here are a few pics of the bars:
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    Thanks for the pics! I like the On One risers. I might get them myself.

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    My Inbred29 hardtrail



    Just pedal, brake, steer, smile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miranmtb View Post
    My Inbred29 hardtrail



    Nice! Which MRP chain guide is that?
    C'mon lets go for a whirl.

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