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    mrp 1x
    it mounts to the bottom bracket
    Just pedal, brake, steer, smile.

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    Posted elsewhere but here's one of my new 26" Inbred.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miranmtb View Post
    mrp 1x
    it mounts to the bottom bracket
    Thanks! I love that clean look...
    C'mon lets go for a whirl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nemhed View Post


    Posted elsewhere but here's one of my new 26" Inbred.
    Dude, that build and picture is awesome. Would like to see parts list....
    C'mon lets go for a whirl.

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    Here's a pic of my Inbred from this past weekend....Funny, this was built to serve kind of a back-up purpose to my JET9 and somehow it's become my go-to bike. It's a good 4 lbs heavier than the JET but feels so damn good. Can't really explain it.
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    C'mon lets go for a whirl.

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    Anyone happen to be riding a 18.5" Inbred 29er w/ a saddle height around 79cm? I am in between sizes and would like to see how much seat post is showing on this setup.
    "Big Gulps huh?...Allllriggghhht....Welp, See ya later!"

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    Just finished my new Inbred build

    Inbred vertical drop-outs (I'm 6' 3.5")
    Manitou Tower Pro 100 w/ 20mm TA
    Sun Ringle Charger Pro Wheelset (comes Tubeless w/ Stans)
    Panaracer Rampage Tires (2.35")
    1X10 drivetrain Shimano slx/zee and raceface evolve crank (34T)
    Avid BB7 brakes

    She rides like a dream.
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    Looking good, jmcvoy90!

    I'm still trying to decide on wheels to install my new Tower

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    Quote Originally Posted by crisillo View Post
    Looking good, jmcvoy90!

    I'm still trying to decide on wheels to install my new Tower
    Thanks! After 2 rides I am very pleased with the Charger Pros. They were crazy easy to set up with the included stan's. The rear hub is a little loud but that doesn't bother me much. Good luck!

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    Glad to see that I am not the only one running:
    1. Manitou Tower (Minute) Pro (can't recommend this fork enough)
    2. Gato in the front
    3. Saguaro in the back!!

    And agree with everyone that these things just feel so damn good, even if they are heavier than most bikes....

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    Damn!!! Had a nice Summer Season until 2 weeks ago. Seeing all these great pics is making me regret selling it already

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregnash View Post
    , even if they are heavier than most bikes....
    Inbred - 5.5lbs - $189
    Niner MCR - 4.5lbs - $849
    Jamis Dragon - 5.6lbs - $949
    Soma Juice - 5lbs - $450
    Canfield Nimble 9 - 5.5lbs - $650

    Gotta compare apples to apples...the Inbred is right in line with the others. Only the Soma Juice shares the versatlity and it's still twice as much. Have an Inbred on the way for my wife and for $220 shipped I tried to find a reason not to order and just couldn't.
    "Big Gulps huh?...Allllriggghhht....Welp, See ya later!"

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    Personally for me, weight does not count so much for a steel frame with ISCG-05 tabs, rack mounts, etc. but mine was 2875 grams (6,34 lbs) with headset included (FSA Orbit MX w/ all parts). Inbred 29er, size L/19,5".
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    Pompino with a Surly Crosscheck fork, 40x17 gear, 32c slicks. I ride this bike on my short 3 mile commute to work most days and do long road rides around town on my days off when I don't feel in the mood to ride a mountain bike. I would like to put some 35c CX tires on it and see how it handles in the woods.


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    1106bc



    More build pics here and I'll post a trail pic as soon as she hits the dirt.

    Can't wait to get "on-one"

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    Put my SS wheels on my Lurcher for winter mud riding. So light and fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenemtbing View Post
    Put my SS wheels on my Lurcher for winter mud riding. So light and fun!

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    Nice Bike!!

    I'd be scared to death riding that trail. My 1st thought was "tropical rainforest".
    ‎"My bicycle masters boardwalk and quagmire with aplomb." - Tom Nuttall

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    Yes, we definitely have the rain forests here in Western Oregon (not tropical though). This Lurcher is so much fun! Great geometry. Light and stiff. And the Chris King SS rear hub is worth every penny.

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    New inbred, pretty fun so far aside from the fact that I can't get the pic straight!
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    Belgian beer and Scotch whisky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by semmiho View Post
    Personally for me, weight does not count so much for a steel frame with ISCG-05 tabs, rack mounts, etc. but mine was 2875 grams (6,34 lbs) with headset included (FSA Orbit MX w/ all parts). Inbred 29er, size L/19,5".
    Just picked up my wife's 16" Orange Inbred from the post office. My LBS is next door so I stopped in to use the scale. 5.75lb exactly. For the price, material, versatility and durability it can't be beat!

    For the record, ordered from the UK on 11/11 and first delivery attempt on 11/27. It's too bad shipping from the UK to North Carolina was cheaper than the US store.
    "Big Gulps huh?...Allllriggghhht....Welp, See ya later!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkjellquist View Post
    Just picked up my wife's 16" Orange Inbred from the post office. My LBS is next door so I stopped in to use the scale. 5.75lb exactly. For the price, material, versatility and durability it can't be beat!

    For the record, ordered from the UK on 11/11 and first delivery attempt on 11/27. It's too bad shipping from the UK to North Carolina was cheaper than the US store.
    What was the shipping and did you pay any import duties?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    What was the shipping and did you pay any import duties?
    $256 shipped to my door. No duty or fees. I did the shipping estimate for the US store and it was at least $20 more. Doesn't really sound like a lot, but when it's a matter of one web site over another that's an easy $20 to save.
    "Big Gulps huh?...Allllriggghhht....Welp, See ya later!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by kkjellquist View Post
    $256 shipped to my door. No duty or fees. I did the shipping estimate for the US store and it was at least $20 more. Doesn't really sound like a lot, but when it's a matter of one web site over another that's an easy $20 to save.
    Which version is this frame, which dropouts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    Which version is this frame, which dropouts?
    On-One Inbred 29er Vertical Dropout
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    Wife's newly built up 16" Inbred. Upgraded from a Jamis Dragon 26" wheeled bike.



    16" Inbred Frame
    Reba SL Fork
    Stan's Crest Wheelset w/ WTB Bronson's
    XT Rear/LX Front Derailleurs
    Stylo Cranks
    EC 90 seatpost
    Easton stem w. Salsa Pro Moto 17 deg bars
    Juicy 7 Brakes

    Just posting for the record...the low clamp LX front derailleur is VERY close to the 2.2 Bronson. Enough clearance to ride, but if the tire was any bigger we would have issues.

    "Big Gulps huh?...Allllriggghhht....Welp, See ya later!"

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    Recently converted my Inbred from singlespeed to 10 speed.
    Frame size 19.5"
    Fox F29 RL converted from 80 to 100mm.
    XT 10 speed with med.cage
    CN6600 chain
    Ultegra 34t on old LX crancks
    Tiagra 10 speed 12-30 cassette
    BB7 brakes with room to spare
    Mavic A317/TN319 rims laced to XT hubs.
    Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29x2.35 front and Geax AKA 29x2.2 rear
    (Ghetto tubeless)




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    nice 10 speed. I plan on doing the same thing on my 29er. My old & injured body just cant handle the SS mash.

    I'm going to try the new SRAM type 2 "clutch" derailleur and a 36-11 cassette, 32 front ring

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    Just had the maiden voyage on my recently built Scandal 26er.

    It rides superbly and although the weather here in the UK was cold, wet and windy I was very happy with the bike.

    A little mix and match component wise, as it is a second bike to my FS and I can't (couldn't) justify a lot of funds for it.



    Frame: On One scandal 26er 20"
    Forks: 2006 Reba team Air U-turn
    Bars: Race Face XC 720mm wide
    Stem: Exotic 80mm 31.8
    Headset: FSA Orbit 2
    Grips: Race Face

    Brakes: Shimano LX disks. 180mm front, 160mm rear

    Shifters: LX 8sp
    Cables: Shimano
    Front Mech: Deore 9sp
    Rear Mech: XTR shadow

    Seat: WTB Shadow
    Seat Post: On One
    Seat Post Clamp: Woodman green thing

    Cranks: SLX (green bolts)
    Chainring(s): SLX
    Chain: None yet
    Cassette: Old XT 8sp
    Pedals: M520 spd (soon to be M540)
    Bottom Bracket: SLX

    Front Wheel:
    Rim: DT 4.2D
    Spokes: double butted
    Hub: Shimano LX
    Tube: rubber
    Tire: Rocket Ron

    Back Wheel:
    Rim: DT 4.2D
    Spokes: double butted
    Hub: Shimano LX
    Tube: rubber
    Tire: Rocket Ron

    Weight: 11KG

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    On-One Inbred 29er

    I could try out my Inbred 29er yesterday (well, I measured -7.5 Celsius-degree - 18.5 F - during my ride, however it was great). Inbred is awesome, it rides really great, I can't explain how much I satisfied with it!

    Here are the specs and some photos:
    Frame: Inbred 29er 19,5"
    Headset: FSA Orbit MX
    Fork: 2012 RS Reba RLT 15 maxle
    Front Shifter: Shimano XT
    Rear Shifter: Shimano XT (9s)
    Front Derailleur: Deore XT FD-M771
    Rear Derailleur: Deore XT RM-M761SGS
    Front Wheel: Fulcrum Red Power 29 XL 15
    Rear Wheel: Fulcrum Red Power 29 XL
    Front Brake: Magura Louise BAT
    Rear Brake: Magura Louise BAT
    Front disc: Magura Storm 180
    Rear disc: Magura Storm 180
    Front Brake adapter: Magura QM6 PM-PM
    Rear Brake adapter: Magura QM10 IS-PM
    Cog: SRAM PG-980 11-34 (9s)
    Bottom Bracket: BB72
    Cranks: Shimano XT
    Crank bolts: Shimano XT
    Front chainrings: 24 Deore XT x 36 Deore
    Stem: Thomson Elite X4 70mm x 0
    Handlebar: Truvativ Stylo Race 680x20mm rizer
    Grips: Zoggie
    Rear QR: Fulcrum QR/135mm
    Seatpost: Thomson Elite 27,2x410
    Seatpost clamp: On-one bolt-on
    Saddle: Selle Italia XR XC
    Front tire: Nobby Nic SSkin 29x2.25 2013
    Rear tire: Nobby Nic SSkin 29x2.25 2012
    chain: SRAM 771 (9s)
    Pedals: PD-M520
    tire sealant: Joe's super sealant 2x100 ml (tires installed as tubeless)









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    Just finished my new inbred and got it a bit dirty

    Build:

    XL Inbred 29er frame
    Sun Ringle Black Flag Expert Wheels
    Kona P2 fork
    Avid BB7 Disc brakes
    Thomson Elite stem and seatpost
    WTB Silverado saddle
    Race Face Atlas crank arms with Chromag 37t chain ring
    Shimano XT shadow 10 speed rear mech
    Shimano ZEE 10 speed rear shifter
    Shimano XT 10 speed cassette
    Easton Monkey lite carbon handlebars
    DT Swiss RWS front and rear skewers
    Maxxis Ardent 2.25 tires set up tubeless
    FSA Orbit MX headset

    Weight: 27 pounds

    Sorry if the picture quality isn't good, I took them with my phone.

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    Thought I would add mine:
    456c 16"
    Rockshox Revelation 150/130 Dual position RL
    Hope Hoops with DT Swiss 4.1rims
    Maxxis highrollers
    SLX cranks and rear mech (1x9)
    E thirteen 34t chainring
    Ragley carbon bars/ragley stem
    Joplin 4 dropper post
    Hayes Stroker Ryde brakes
    Van Nicholas TI saddle
    Superstar grips/seat collar/pedals/rotors









    One with it's stablemate


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    Quote Originally Posted by semmiho View Post
    I could try out my Inbred 29er yesterday (well, I measured -7.5 Celsius-degree - 18.5 F - during my ride, however it was great). Inbred is awesome, it rides really great, I can't explain how much I satisfied with it!

    Here are the specs and some photos:
    Frame: Inbred 29er 19,5"
    Headset: FSA Orbit MX
    Fork: 2012 RS Reba RLT 15 maxle
    Front Shifter: Shimano XT
    Rear Shifter: Shimano XT (9s)
    Front Derailleur: Deore XT FD-M771
    Rear Derailleur: Deore XT RM-M761SGS
    Front Wheel: Fulcrum Red Power 29 XL 15
    Rear Wheel: Fulcrum Red Power 29 XL
    Front Brake: Magura Louise BAT
    Rear Brake: Magura Louise BAT
    Front disc: Magura Storm 180
    Rear disc: Magura Storm 180
    Front Brake adapter: Magura QM6 PM-PM
    Rear Brake adapter: Magura QM10 IS-PM
    Cog: SRAM PG-980 11-34 (9s)
    Bottom Bracket: BB72
    Cranks: Shimano XT
    Crank bolts: Shimano XT
    Front chainrings: 24 Deore XT x 36 Deore
    Stem: Thomson Elite X4 70mm x 0
    Handlebar: Truvativ Stylo Race 680x20mm rizer
    Grips: Zoggie
    Rear QR: Fulcrum QR/135mm
    Seatpost: Thomson Elite 27,2x410
    Seatpost clamp: On-one bolt-on
    Saddle: Selle Italia XR XC
    Front tire: Nobby Nic SSkin 29x2.25 2013
    Rear tire: Nobby Nic SSkin 29x2.25 2012
    chain: SRAM 771 (9s)
    Pedals: PD-M520
    tire sealant: Joe's super sealant 2x100 ml (tires installed as tubeless)
    Hey Semmiho, what's the weight on that build?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8shadow8 View Post
    Hey Semmiho, what's the weight on that build?

    Thanks
    13,1 kg/28.8 lbs as pictured, with a Polar speed sensor and rear safety light.

    FYI, the Red Power 29 XL wheelset weighed a bit more than I expected. 911 + 1113 grams front/rear, without skewers. 2024 grams is 109 grams more than the value that Fulcrum specified (1915 grams).
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    Setting up my slot dropout 29er Inbred for bikepacking. Put a Fargo V2 fork on it and bought a couple Anything Cages for it. Running this with an XT 2x10 drive. The gearing and geometry are great, and the fork --with its 45mm offset -- results in quick, positive steering. Kind of an interesting feel, especially with the nice round and grippy tread/profile of this Bontrager 29-3 tire.

    A big thanks to the On One/Planet X/Titus guys in Portland, who are always so helpful.

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    my inbred





    rs recon 351 u-turn
    mavic 717/hope/novatech wheels
    slx 666 brakes
    ghetto 2*9 slx/xt drivetrain
    thomson stem/post/truvativ bars
    specialized saddle
    continental mountain king black chilli/schwalbe racing ralph

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    my 456 Carbon



    Frame: 456C 18"
    Headset: Acros AX 22
    Fork: RS Revelation RCT3 tapered 15mm 120/150mm
    Shifters: Shimano XTR
    Front Derailleur: durace with speen
    Rear Derailleur: XTR shodow+
    Wheels: Hope pro2 + crest
    Brakes: XTR trail
    disc: formula 180
    Crankset: Shimano XT 26/38/ bash shaman
    cassette: XX 11-36
    Stem: SB3 flowy 70mm
    Handlebar: easton haven 711mm
    Grips: MSC light ergo
    Seatpost: KS I950 r
    Saddle: Selle Italia SLR kit carbonio
    Front tire: Nobby Nic 26x2.40
    Rear tire: Smart Sam 24x2.25
    chain: SRAM 1091
    tire sealant: Joe's No flats

    wheight: 10,56Kg / 23,28lbs

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    some new parts. heavier and much more awesome.








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    456c about to get muddy.

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    Haven't seen a Dirty Disco on here yet.

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/alexmurdock/8431778950/" title="DSC04411 by alexmurdock, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8375/8431778950_445f5633bd.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="DSC04411"></a>

    Fat commuters (tubeless of course) for pavement/gravel duty.
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    not a bike yet but some details from the teal inbred 29er I'm building right now
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    My new 456 Evo. Sorry for the shoddy phone photo...
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    The secret to mountain biking is pretty simple. The slower you go the more likely it is you’ll crash.
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    Lurcher in Oregon
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    Tiny skull light from On One is surprisingly bright.

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    just built this inbred 29er 19.5 up from the one day sale 99 pound frame
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    Scandal 29er

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    Beautiful trrubicon06 is that the green or black frame ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Biker View Post
    Beautiful trrubicon06 is that the green or black frame ?
    Its the green. That's all they had left in the V1's, but it turned out to work well with the white P35 wheels. The matte finish green is really awesome too.

    This picture was before I put the silver chain on and bashguard
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    ^ Can't decide between the matte green or ano black myself . I have an 18" stripped down 456c ATM , and I'm *trying* to build the OH a 16" 456c up too . Will try and post pictures of them when completed but funds are a little tight right now so soon after Christmas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat Biker View Post
    ^ Can't decide between the matte green or ano black myself . I have an 18" stripped down 456c ATM , and I'm *trying* to build the OH a 16" 456c up too . Will try and post pictures of them when completed but funds are a little tight right now so soon after Christmas
    The V1 is only available in green, but V2 is available in black. I originally wanted black or raw. Its a super light frame and awesome quality.

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    Think I'm gonna go for the V2 TBH in black ano , but raw looks good too , it just scratches up too easily for my liking .

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    2009 on-one inbred Ti 29er

    the first generation of inbred Ti 29er
    here's is with some of different appearances/function.








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    Daughter's new ride,
    14" Inbred
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    teal inbred, size 18". -1 degree slackset headset, 2.4 and 2.25 in. On-One tires on 28mm rims (22.8mm internal). Dropper post, flat pedals, short stem and wide handlebars in a short travel AM friendly kind of build. very happy for the moment except for the paint, which is rubbish
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    Quote Originally Posted by magixuser View Post
    Daughter's new ride,
    14" Inbred
    Very nice.

    My wife is only 5', and her current bike is terrible, so I've been thinking of building her an Inbred to match mine. I wasn't sure if the 14" frame would be a good size or not.

    Has your daughter had a chance to try hers out, and how tall is she (if you don't mind my asking)?

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    New Lurcher SS

    New Single Speed built. Weighs 21 Ibs with the heavier tire.

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    Lonely Fatty

    Took the Fatty out for a spin in fresh snow.
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    '11 swap out Inbred 9 speed

    Just finished the build but could lose a few inches off the brake lines, 110mm of coil plush up front.
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    Previous months build showing again looong brake lines that need attention. Converted the swap-out above from SS to 1x9 because of this build. With the weather and a newborn this year...I'm been in build mode impatiently waiting.
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    Just finished the build but could lose a few inches off the brake lines, 110mm of coil plush up front.
    Looks like a Project321 Lefty conversion to me. Good to see someone else doing this with their Inbred 29er. (I thought I was the only one)
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    Looks like a Project321 Lefty conversion to me. Good to see someone else doing this with their Inbred 29er. :thumbsup: (I thought I was the only one)
    Correct about the P321 connection :thumbsup: Jake even sourced a ti spring for me last year.A 29er was the original plan, was going to use a dlr2 I had with limited travel for a 29er conversion but never reused the hubs to build up the big hoops. The rlc on there now can't be limited like the air lefty's.

    I guess I'm a luddite, three 26inch builds in the last year. The missing one being a green summer season I built up a few months back. Hell I still have canti's on two bikes.

    I've seen your rig, very nice :D

    Phone shots like mine suck and always seem to cause distortions.
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    One more, in Orange !

    - On One Inbred 29er 18"
    - Thomson 90mm stem
    - On-Off Notion 0.5 bar (low-rise)
    - Ergon GS1 grips
    - On-One seat post and seatclamp
    - Cannondale saddle
    - American Classic MTB 29 Tubeless rims
    - Maxxis Ardent 2.25 LUST front and rear
    - Full XT 3x9 group set

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furka View Post
    One more, in Orange !

    - On One Inbred 29er 18"
    - Thomson 90mm stem
    - On-Off Notion 0.5 bar (low-rise)
    - Ergon GS1 grips
    - On-One seat post and seatclamp
    - Cannondale saddle
    - American Classic MTB 29 Tubeless rims
    - Maxxis Ardent 2.25 LUST front and rear
    - Full XT 3x9 group set

    Weight 13.1 kg. / 28.8 lb.

    What travel is your fork set at and how does it handle? Also, how tall are you and how does the frame fit you as I'm considering this frame as well.

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    Fork is a 100mm Reba RLT with Pop-lock, but I ride with a 25% of sag. I am 1.84m tall, and the frame fits perfectly to me. I come from a L size Niner Scandium Air9, and the 18" of the Inbred 29er is for sure the right size for me. The frame handles very well, perhaps more rigid than confy (I have expected more softer reactions). I like so much the geometry, and how it helps uphill in spite of his high weight. Really, coming up, still with two Maxxis Ardent LUST, it is not a big problem, but surprisingly pleasant. The geometry on 18" applies some weight on the front wheel, and, perhaps, the right stem is into 60 and 80 mm for a better feel on turns (actually I have a 90mm stem). You do not will be disappointed if you try it.

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    Cool-blue Rhythm New On One Scandal 26er

    Hi Just finished off this 16" Scandal 26er for my son used most of the parts off my old cannondale rush. Need to swap FD for high mount one instead of low will get to that eventually for now he'll clock up some km's
    First race on it is Friday night 1hr enduro for him.
    He's pretty stoked as it's ~ 4kg lighter than the bike he had been using and much better geo for going up hills
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    You guys are definitely not alone on On One 's with lefties
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    I've put the lefty on the inbred as a trial - Ive now got a Scandal 29er frame to build up with the lefty and the inbred will go back to rigid front end

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    I've put the lefty on the inbred as a trial - Ive now got a Scandal 29er frame to build up with the lefty and the inbred will go back to rigid front end
    Nice rim colour choice. I approve. Here I am on my way to a 2nd place finish in Cat2 CCCX XC last year:
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    Quote Originally Posted by newfangled View Post
    Very nice.

    My wife is only 5', and her current bike is terrible, so I've been thinking of building her an Inbred to match mine. I wasn't sure if the 14" frame would be a good size or not.

    Has your daughter had a chance to try hers out, and how tall is she (if you don't mind my asking)?
    Interested in this too. My wife is 5' and I have been trying to get her into mtbing but finding a friend with a bike that will fit her has been fruitless and I want her to enjoy the trails on something other than her 90lbs walmart special. Would love to get her a 29er but they dont make an xs Inbred...

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    Just pedal, brake, steer, smile.

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    loving my scandal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Nice rim colour choice. I approve. Here I am on my way to a 2nd place finish in Cat2 CCCX XC last year:
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    Nice Arches- I had to go Blunts to get green rims in Aus -they seems to mark easily
    They are actually off my Voodoo Canzo which I found the rear end a bit noodly on

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    2012 On One Inbred 29er vertical dropout
    Exotic Aluminum fork
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    Hayes HFX-9HD disc (203mm f/r)
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    Pretty light, super fun...

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    Cool-blue Rhythm On Four

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    Pic from My place yesterday
    3 are ours
    From Right my son's 26" Scandal in Raw using all parts from a Cannondale Rush including Lefty DLR
    Next is his buddies Scandal 26" in Black Anno
    Next is My Inbred 26 Sand commuter bike 1x9
    Then my just completed Scandal 29er with a LEfty Max Carbon. Rides really well
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    3 are ours
    From Right my son's 26" Scandal in Raw using all parts from a Cannondale Rush including Lefty DLR
    Next is his buddies Scandal 26" in Black Anno
    Next is My Inbred 26 Sand commuter bike 1x9
    Then my just completed Scandal 29er with a LEfty Max Carbon. Rides really well
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    Nice looking stable of On-Ones!!!

    Project321 (Welcome to PROJECT 321 - Manufacturer of High-Quality Aftermarket Accessories for Your Bicycle, Automobile, Motocross Bike and Quad) is where I got my Lefty fork and the green anodised Stan’s Arch EX 29er wheels. Project321 can anodise them in any colour you would like. I originally favoured the idea of going with purple hubs and rims but it would have taken an extra 4 weeks—I was in a hurry to get them ready in time for a couple proper shakedown rides before my next few races. Purple components seem hard to come by though. Used to be a more common colour to find on bike parts back in the 1990s.
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    Cheers
    Im in Austarlia
    Local agent for Project 321 has the anno crests but not arches
    I don't think a crest woudl be good for me as a rear wheel front would be OK
    Like I said the blunts are coated and it's coming off. Other than that happy with Blunts
    Shipping of rims from US these days seems pretty crazy prices - more than price of rims!

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    Camera phone pic (sorry) but here is my just completed half fat scandal v2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olasher View Post
    Camera phone pic (sorry) but here is my just completed half fat scandal v2

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    what size is your scandal and how tall are you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by djembe975 View Post
    what size is your scandal and how tall are you?
    It is a Medium and I am 5'11"

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    been procrastinating with brake bleeding, different post, etc but finally it's built and waiting for it's maiden ride.

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    just finished mine 456c ss rigid
    Stem hight to be fiddled with
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    Here's mine. 18" Inbred 29 with Xfusion Slide and 1x10. Weighs in at 26.25 lbs.


    Lots of room for larger tires...


    And this is a very nice touch...the seat tube notch is in front so you can run your seat clamp in a normal looking position if you are using a carbon post...
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    Some nice On Ones in this thread.

    Here's my Lurcher... A work in progress. I recently upgraded from a set of Elixirs to XT brakes. Planning to get a new wheelset next.



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    Inbred

    Here's my baby.
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    Inbred

    Getting ready...
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    ^ Very nice! How do you like those bars?

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    On One Bike pictures......

    I don't have a pic to post...yet. Maybe some of you On One vets can help change that. I'm selling my XL Surly 1x1 frame and moving to a Inbred 26" SS. The 1x1 didnt have enough standover, and didnt feel "flickable". I'm torn between the 18" or the 20" size. I'm about 6'2" with a 32-33" inseam, and about 185 lbs. I do have fairly long arms. Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brew_daugus View Post
    I don't have a pic to post...yet. Maybe some of you On One vets can help change that. I'm selling my XL Surly 1x1 frame and moving to a Inbred 26" SS. The 1x1 didnt have enough standover, and didnt feel "flickable". I'm torn between the 18" or the 20" size. I'm about 6'2" with a 32-33" inseam, and about 185 lbs. I do have fairly long arms. Any suggestions?

    I'm 6' and ride a 18" inbred (slot dropout) with an inline post and 90mm*0deg stem, it feels perfect. I think your height determines your choose to the 20" size of the inbred.

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    Finally, my all-mountain build. First off-road ride today in the parks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brew_daugus View Post
    I don't have a pic to post...yet. Maybe some of you On One vets can help change that. I'm selling my XL Surly 1x1 frame and moving to a Inbred 26" SS. The 1x1 didnt have enough standover, and didnt feel "flickable". I'm torn between the 18" or the 20" size. I'm about 6'2" with a 32-33" inseam, and about 185 lbs. I do have fairly long arms. Any suggestions?
    I'm the exact same height and weight as you with the exact same inseam measurement. Long arms is all relative I guess but for what its worth I'm a 35 shirt sleeve size. I've owned three 26" Inbred frames and all three were 20" frames. The long top tube (with a 70mm stem) plus the fact that I don't have to set the bike up with a mile of seatpost were the main reasons I went with the bigger frame size.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ratman View Post
    I'm the exact same height and weight as you with the exact same inseam measurement. Long arms is all relative I guess but for what its worth I'm a 35 shirt sleeve size. I've owned three 26" Inbred frames and all three were 20" frames. The long top tube (with a 70mm stem) plus the fact that I don't have to set the bike up with a mile of seatpost were the main reasons I went with the bigger frame size.
    Thank you, that's extremely helpful. How much seat post do you have hanging out? You don't happen to have a pic do you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brew_daugus View Post
    You don't happen to have a pic do you?
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    ^ Very nice! How do you like those bars?
    I like them they are OK and you can't bet the price from On-One
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    SS rigid inbred 22lbs

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    Just bought an Xfusion....

    Quote Originally Posted by shockfinder View Post
    Here's mine. 18" Inbred 29 with Xfusion Slide and 1x10. Weighs in at 26.25 lbs.


    Lots of room for larger tires...


    And this is a very nice touch...the seat tube notch is in front so you can run your seat clamp in a normal looking position if you are using a carbon post...
    Just bought the same fork and about to by the same frame (Teal), but how do you like the fork and 18 in frame paired together? How does it ride?

    DMH

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    Inbred 26"

    A few photos of my Inbred 26" before it's disassembled and stored away.

    20" Frame
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