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    On One Bike pictures......

    thought of starting this thread with sharing of different type of OnOne bikes..

    here are the pictures and specs below

    456 Ti - Large Frame
    DT Swiss XMM140 15QR (twin shot control)
    On One ultralight CNC Stem 70mm
    Easton EC70 MonkeyLite Low Riser (685mm) with ESI Foam grips
    KS-i950R Seatpost
    Fizik Tundra 2
    SRAM X0 Shifters
    SRAM X0 RD Medium Cage
    SRAM X9 FD
    Shimano XTR Brakes
    Shimano XT crank (175mm) with VP-59 Pedals
    Blackspire Chain ring (26T, 34T) with Raceface Bash guard
    Blackspire Stinger ISCG 05
    Shimano XT Cassette with modified 36T
    KMC X9 SL Chain
    Mavic CrossMax ST Wheelset
    Panaracer AM/4x Front tyre (2.35) ghetto tubeless
    Panaracer Rampage Rear tyre (2.1) ghetto tubeless

    Weight - approx. 11.9kg @ 26.24 lbs









    really loving the ride so far.....

    there's another thread here on the 456 ti...My On-One 456

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    Here's an action shot of my 20" steal 456, I call her "Betty". The wife took it for a dig photo class.

    The Spec isn't stellar, but it keeps me movin' down the trail.
    Fork: 2006 Marzocchi AMSL (Soon to replaced w/ either RockShox Sektor or Revelation)
    Cranks: 2008 RaceFace Evolve w/ Blackspire 38/28 Chainrings
    Wheels: mavic 819s laced to Specialized Stout Frt and Dt Swiss Rear (Soon to replaced w/ Stan's ZTR Flow wheelset)
    Drivetrain: 2008 X9 rear/front derailluers and shifters w/ 970 casette and 971 chain
    Brakes: BB7 w/ Avid Ti Levers
    Seatpost: Raceface Evolve
    Seat: WTB Rocket
    Stem: RaceFace Atlas AM 70mm
    Bar: RaceFace Atlas AM 711mm width
    Grips: Odi Rogues
    Pedals: either Shimano 520s for clipless or Atomlab TrailPimps for Flats
    Tires: Panaracer Rampage 2.35 Frt/Rear

    weight is just south of 30lbs by 2 or 3 ounces.
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    Frame:456 med
    Fork: RS Lyrik U-turn coil (set at 150mm)
    Headset: CK
    Cranks: SLX
    Wheels: I-9/DT Swiss 5.1
    Drivetrain: XTR rear/XT front derailluers/SLX shifters/XT 11-34 cassette
    Brakes: Hope M4 180f/160r
    Seatpost: Thomson
    Seat: WTB
    Stem: Sunline V1 65mm
    Bar: Chromag
    Grips: Odi Rogues
    Pedals: ZuZu
    Tires: Schwalbe 2.4 BBfrt/2.25 FArear




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    Sweet ride guys....kept them coming...

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    Awesome thread! Id post mine but its just a frame.... for now

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    Ok here is my baby and looks like the first 29er on here.....

    Frame: On-One Inbred 29er steel (barney purple)
    Fork: 2008 RST M29 100mm Air Fork
    Cranks: 2010 Shimano XT M770 crankset with 44 ring removed and replaced by BBG Bash
    Wheels: Stan's Flow rims laced with DT Swiss Comp Spokes to Shimano M629 hubs (f/r)
    Drivetrain: 2008 SRAM X9 RD, Shimano XT FD, SRAM X9 shifters with Jagwire Ripcord
    Brakes: BB7 w/ Avid SD7 Levers
    Seatpost: Ugly Kalloy Aluminum
    Seat: Charge Spoon (incredible saddle for the money)
    Stem: RaceFace Evolve AM 70mm
    Bar: Giant Connect 690mm Flatbars
    Grips: Peaty Lock-ons
    Pedals: Shimano M530 clipless w/ Pearl Izumi X-Alps Drift shoes
    Tires: WTB Moto Raptor 29x2.1 f/r

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gfisicaro/5770131024/" title="On-One Inbred 5/27/11 by renofizz, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2654/5770131024_3d16fdb2ee.jpg" width="500" height="333" alt="On-One Inbred 5/27/11"></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/facilitybikeclub/5580105785/" title="Greg by Jeff Moser / BikeCarson.com, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5175/5580105785_11f715dfc9.jpg" width="500" height="375" alt="Greg"></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/facilitybikeclub/5580685286/" title="Ash Canyon by Jeff Moser / BikeCarson.com, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5251/5580685286_b9db2669aa.jpg" width="500" height="281" alt="Ash Canyon"></a>

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/facilitybikeclub/5580685282/" title="Greg by Jeff Moser / BikeCarson.com, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm6.static.flickr.com/5298/5580685282_d6df9412c2.jpg" width="500" height="281" alt="Greg"></a>

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    Wow amazing color! I really, really like it!

    I just bought an Inbred frame with slot dropouts:





    I'm going for a SS build, but still have to purchase most of the components for it.
    Sorry for my lousy English. Please feel free to point out my errors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafab View Post
    Wow amazing color! I really, really like it!

    I just bought an Inbred frame with slot dropouts:





    I'm going for a SS build, but still have to purchase most of the components for it.
    dude, those pics suck! It's like opening what you think is a nudie magazine and only seeing chicks in bikinis.

    Proper pics pronto!
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    Sure, I'll post these up again.

    After the 6WC:











    And finally, set up SS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ranier View Post
    dude, those pics suck! It's like opening what you think is a nudie magazine and only seeing chicks in bikinis.

    Proper pics pronto!
    The frame arrived when I was moving out to a new apartment. That's why I had to place it back on the box :(
    Sorry for my lousy English. Please feel free to point out my errors.

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    Currenty setup, the frame is scratched to ***** though. Have a powdercoater who can do a new El Mar blue was thinking either gold or silver decal (just the On-One on the downtube).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pink57 View Post

    Currenty setup, the frame is scratched to ***** though. Have a powdercoater who can do a new El Mar blue was thinking either gold or silver decal (just the On-One on the downtube).
    Scratched just means you are riding it, and that is great.
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    To Be Built

    Large 18" frame, raw
    Fork: Fox 36 '11 Float Tapered
    The Rest: TBD
    Short stem, wide bars, single speed, telescoping seat post, etc... keep the rest of the parts black. Depending on ride might space down fork, but will try it out at 160 first.
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    This will certainly look sick......update us with more bike porn when done....

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    Little bit of dirty bike porn...
    And I agree with Shiggy, Mr.Pink57, scratches mean that she is well loved!!!.

    <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/gfisicaro/5974323780/" title="Untitled by renofizz, on Flickr"><img src="http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6030/5974323780_c4831e7db6.jpg" width="374" height="500" alt=""></a>
    Think my damn fork has a blown seal and is leaking through the canti mounts. Fix or buy something new?!?!?!?!

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    I wanna play too. Here's mine:

    Frame: On-One Inbred 456 Summer Season
    Fork: Rock Shox Sektor RL
    Headset: Cane Creek 110
    Wheelset: Hope Hoops Pro2 with Stans Flow Rims
    Tires (F): Kenda Nevegal 26x2.35
    Tires (R): WTB Wolverine 26x2.2
    Brakes: Avid BB7 185mm
    Brake Levers: Avid SD-7
    Crankset: Shimano SLX Dual Ring with Bash Guard
    Front Derailleur: Shimano SLX
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX
    Shifters: Shimano SLX
    Cassette: Shimano XT
    Chain: Shimano XT
    Seatpost: On-One Twelfy
    Seatpost Clamp: On-One QR Lever
    Saddle: Serfras Tri-Saddle
    Stem: Truvativ Husselfelt 40mm
    Handlebar: On-One DH Riser Bar
    Grips: ODI Ruffian
    Pedals: MSHBK Flat Pedals


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    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroNine3 View Post
    I wanna play too. Here's mine:

    Frame: On-One Inbred 456 Summer Season
    Fork: Rock Shox Sektor RL
    Headset: Cane Creek 110
    Wheelset: Hope Hoops Pro2 with Stans Flow Rims
    Tires (F): Kenda Nevegal 26x2.35
    Tires (R): WTB Wolverine 26x2.2
    Brakes: Avid BB7 185mm
    Brake Levers: Avid SD-7
    Crankset: Shimano SLX Dual Ring with Bash Guard
    Front Derailleur: Shimano SLX
    Rear Derailleur: Shimano SLX
    Shifters: Shimano SLX
    Cassette: Shimano XT
    Chain: Shimano XT
    Seatpost: On-One Twelfy
    Seatpost Clamp: On-One QR Lever
    Saddle: Serfras Tri-Saddle
    Stem: Truvativ Husselfelt 40mm
    Handlebar: On-One DH Riser Bar
    Grips: ODI Ruffian
    Pedals: MSHBK Flat Pedals

    Nice... I got the Orange one I need to gets some pics and put it up here. That Twelfy post is bad ass right? Just lke a Thompson but with a cool little inbred guy on the back LOL

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    yeah, the on-one components are great. I originally had an on-one stem too, but it was a little too long for my liking. I wish they made a 40mm stem. For now I'll just ride with the truvativ stem until I can justify spending the money on a more blingy stem, possibly a chromag or straitline.

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    My 456, with a 110-150mm U-Turn coil Sektor, XT drivetrain, Avid Elixirs, Crossrides with converted Nobby Nics and On-One finishing kit.


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    my second 456....im sure it wont be my last either!
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    My previous On-One,

    Summer Season 456


    Scandal

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    I'll throw in a classic:





    No worries though, I actually cleaned it afterwards

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    Mine:


    I like it a lot!

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    old 26er inbred

    DSC00011 by robertjkay72, on Flickr
    drop bar 29er experiment

    drop bar 29er inbred by robertjohnkay, on Flickr
    pompino

    pompino fixed touring by robertjohnkay, on Flickr

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    Last edited by dinouk; 08-18-2011 at 12:47 PM.

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    How are your bikes so heavy? Here's my 456 18". Weighs in at just over 27lbs.



    456 glow in the dark size 18"
    Rockshox revelation U-turn air 120-150mm 20mm thru
    Mavic crossmaxx XL Wheels
    Maxxis high roller tires
    Truvativ stem
    Answer protaper bars
    X7 shifters
    XT front derailleur
    X9 rear derailleur
    Truvativ stylo cranks
    Avid XX disk brakes (soon to be shimano XT m785's)
    Thomson seatpost
    Wtb silverado seat

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    Here are mine. Sorry about the dark pics, I should really remember to bring a camera on my rides and take some sunny outdoor shots.

    18 in Inbred Gen 2. Rigid commuter / trail bike. It gets me to the office on time and in trouble when I arrive home late after sneaking in a few trails after work.
    On One Bike pictures......-p1040108.jpg

    16 in 456. So much fun. I remember reading a review of the 456 and the guy wrote something like, "you can ride this bike a long time without realizing how good it is." Not far off the mark. It does everything so well with zero fuss.
    On One Bike pictures......-p1040111.jpg

    Big fan of them both.

    PS Brant- glad to see you back at On One. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flats View Post
    PS Brant- glad to see you back at On One. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with next.
    Cheers. Lots to do.

    Working on a 456 revision right now, some 29in stuff.

    Most interesting is that there is no longer a dedicated singlespeed bike in the range which I think is a shame, so we're going to fix that.

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    Any updates on the Scandals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoreta View Post
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    The Swapout Scandals are due mid October.
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    Thanks for the info Shiggy. That's still a long ways away but I'll be waiting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennymack View Post
    Those stickers rock! Just managed to find some on ebay - perfect for my new 456 which hopefully will wean me off 7" out back
    Welcome to the Hotel California . . .

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    Scandal 29er, Manitou Minute, Hope/blunt/WTB wheels...
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    That is a great looking picture! I like the use of that stick.

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    here`s mine
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    A pair of much loved Inbreds.






    And the boss on a test ride after building her first wheelset.

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    My newly built up 2011 Inbred 29 in Apple Sauce Green size 21.5

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    and mine....

    <oops - that was HUGE - doesn't this site resize photos?>

    try again....


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    <a href="http://photobucket.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v319/mrpink57/6de29001.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>
    Slight update. Went rigid and updated my bars, I like this setup a lot more steering is much better.
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    Ti 456

    my AMHT

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    Let's ride...

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    just got her trail worthy....some delay in getting here with the right bolts...but about 4 lbs lighter than my steel summer season (with new wheels/tires)


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    Looks good. That rear derailleur housing looks super long

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    yea, i like to leave a good margin for error when i finally switch over to sram...

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    SRAM goes straight in with no loop.

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    In ultra racing mode:

    More Trails, Not Less

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    New grip swag, they're so bright they almost glow! My camouflage trucker hat is in the mail

    Inbred 18"
    Salsa Cromoto Maxle Grande 20mm w/ Hope Pro 2 hub
    Thomson 90mm 6deg stem
    Origin8 Pro Sweep 15deg w/ ESI Chunky orange
    Thomson Setback seatpost ~400mm
    WTB Pure V Ti
    BB7 brakes w/ XTR M950 levers jagwire cables with xtr cables
    Shimano XT crank (180mm) w/ Time pedals (use many sets)
    HBC 33t chainring plus bash
    Paul Components WORD hub and 20t WI FW w/ trails inner drive (72pts)
    Shimano Ultregra 8spd chain
    Stans Flow wheelset
    Maxxis Ardent 2.4 tubeless
    WWLT 2.55 tubeless

    Weight - approx. 23lbs
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    Nice ride for Halloween!

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    456SS 14 inches, lime, from Ukraine

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    My new ride/first build.

    I only started riding this year but I decided my old bike just wasn't cutting it for me so I decided to build what I wanted instead of just settling for something, and so far I'm loving the decision even though I've only got a few tune up rides around the house so far.

    Nothing special and I'm sure it'll change since I like to wrench on things almost as much as I like riding them.
    456 Large
    Manitou minute expert 130mm w/ remote LO
    Mavic EN321
    Deore crank w/ blackspire 32t ring, race face bashguard, ngear jumpstop, & wellgo MG1s
    XT shadow rear derailleur
    XT shifter (love the push/pull option for the upshift)
    King headset
    Azonic seatpost
    BB7s w/ speed dial 7s
    Easton EA50 stem for now but I'm gonna swap for something with less rise
    Sunline v3 bars
    WTB aviator saddle
    Oury clear grips

    Also wanted to put a plug in for On One USA. I ordered the last large frame they had, but through a mishap it had already been sent to someone else. They let me know every step of the way what was happening with it and I still got it before my other orders I was needing for the build. They seem to have very good customer service which is always important when deciding where to order from.

    P.S. one more thing. Does anyone know where I can find an ano gold qr seat clamp in the 29.8 size?

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    drop bar inbred

    after breaking my ankle 2 months ago i decide to convert the inbred to a road going bike with midge bars and 1.5 slick tyres.took it out last weekend and its awesome to ride
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    Quote Originally Posted by zardog View Post


    My new ride/first build.

    I only started riding this year but I decided my old bike just wasn't cutting it for me so I decided to build what I wanted instead of just settling for something, and so far I'm loving the decision even though I've only got a few tune up rides around the house so far.

    Nothing special and I'm sure it'll change since I like to wrench on things almost as much as I like riding them.
    456 Large
    Manitou minute expert 130mm w/ remote LO
    Mavic EN321
    Deore crank w/ blackspire 32t ring, race face bashguard, ngear jumpstop, & wellgo MG1s
    XT shadow rear derailleur
    XT shifter (love the push/pull option for the upshift)
    King headset
    Azonic seatpost
    BB7s w/ speed dial 7s
    Easton EA50 stem for now but I'm gonna swap for something with less rise
    Sunline v3 bars
    WTB aviator saddle
    Oury clear grips

    Also wanted to put a plug in for On One USA. I ordered the last large frame they had, but through a mishap it had already been sent to someone else. They let me know every step of the way what was happening with it and I still got it before my other orders I was needing for the build. They seem to have very good customer service which is always important when deciding where to order from.

    P.S. one more thing. Does anyone know where I can find an ano gold qr seat clamp in the 29.8 size?
    Salsa flip lock comes in gold.

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    Hi
    This 456ss is my only HT, very fun to ride.

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    Nice bike, Paul

    Mine is here


    Vanilla r 125 fork, juicy 3 brakes, some other junkyard components as well

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    Some new pics:

    Reba changed to On-One rigid forks with custom painted crown and dropouts. Now under 25lbs...



    Truvativ Noir 700mm flat bars, old Avid Juicy 7's painted black and red knobs removed



    Charge Spoon in black/white/orange, color scheme fits perfectly



    Trusty old Hope Pro II SS still going strong and LOUD



    Middleburn Unos with antique XT square taper BB deserve a shot



    Yummy mud



    That's all folks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werewolf R View Post
    Nice bike, Paul
    Mine is here
    Vanilla r 125 fork, juicy 3 brakes, some other junkyard components as well
    Thnx )
    Old Vanillas 125 or 130 are rare these days, but they are ideally suited to 456 frame imo )

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    only if the steerer is high enough. Mine is not (

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    Quote Originally Posted by Werewolf R View Post
    only if the steerer is high enough. Mine is not (
    This is not a sentence..
    I would put the combination of Rental Strata stem with 10degree up and a bar with more rise. This corrects the position with a style

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    Custom painted Scandal 29 - 24 pounds

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoreta View Post
    Custom painted Scandal 29 - 24 pounds
    That is a sexy bike!

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    Great looking bike! I would add ON-ONE decals on the frame. Could you please tell whats the weight of the frame with swap-outs and headset, and what headset is used here?

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    I will be adding a picture to this topic, soon.
    Ragley Blue Pig

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    Frame weight is 3.3lbs. We started out with a super raw which was 3.1lbs bare. Headset used is the On One Smoothie mixer. The original graphics is still visible under the paint. Thinking of adding a decal just in the headtube area.

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    3.3 lbs - nice weight, official site says its 3,5 lbs, can you tell what size frame you have here?
    Last edited by dviratinis; 12-09-2011 at 11:20 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kikoreta View Post
    Custom painted Scandal 29 - 24 pounds
    Dear God that is pure filth...

    Think I know what'll replace the Whippet.

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    Does this count as an on-one bike now?

    It's an old school planet-x zebdi(prototype) I just got back from powdercoating.

    Last picture of what it looked like 10+ years ago.
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    Never thought I'd see a Zebdi ever again... Good job!

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    Purple haze

    My used SS commuter budget build with parts laying around.




    soul cycles rigid fork 485mm axle to crown.

    Extremely disappointed at the Conti mountain kings. They are supposed to be 2.2 but look like 1.9s. I was looking forward to a high volume tire for more cush up front. Oh well.

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    456 carbon "summer season trip" :
    1300 kms across french mountains to swim in mediteranée

    first meters (still clean...)


    first evening


    new use


    somewhere in "chartreuse"


    above Grenoble (after the picture, 1200m down after a rought day of 3500m total climb)


    somewhere in the south


    end of the journey in front of Nice
    just enjoy the warm and blue sea



    Is this what englishspoken people call "mountain bike" ?
    If yes, the 456 is a REAL "mountain bike"
    du Voyage Tout Tranquille
    au Vraiment Très Turbulent
    en passant par le Vélo Tous Temps,

    On fait tous du VTT*

    *french Mountain bike

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    My 456

    Here's my size 18 456. Love it.
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    Steel Inbred

    This is my first 29er and first SS. It turned out to be a great bike -- very light and responsive.

    ** GREAT wheelset built by Steve at SRLPE Wheel Works, which includes:
    *** CK rear SS hub (fantastic -- worth every $$), DT front hub, WTB Frequency i-23 rims, DB Wheelsmith spokes
    ** eXotic rigid carbon fork
    ** Bontrager Mud X TLR tires, running with Stan's tape and liquid
    ** Mary Bar (really like it)
    ** Specialized Phenom minimalist saddle (really comfortable)
    ** Used CK BB and headset
    ** Surly chainring and cog (great quality)

    Fun bike. Minimal maintenance. Easy to clean. Great handling, even on rocky/rooty trails.

    Going to do a Pompetamine fixed gear next. On-One USA only has large frame in black. Anyone have a glow-in-the-dark they want to sell??

    Joe

    ( P.S. -- sorry for the crappy cell phone photo.)

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    Steel Inbred

    And finally I get the photo uploaded...
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    Finally made my 456. Put the chainguide and gears in a box, going SS for now.


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    Best Add One Of Mine Up Then!

    Ti 456 with Alfine.....



    God....whatever i feel like doing!!!

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    SS Inbred

    Here is my newest winter cruiser.

    On-one inbred
    Trek Sawyer fork
    J-bars
    Velocity P35 wheels

    its a blast !


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    My Carbon 456 Build..
    Fox Talas 140 Kashima/Fit/Terralogic
    Donated Bontrager bars/stem/pole from my Trek Remedy.
    Avid CR 203/185.
    SRAM S1000 crank.
    SRAM X7 shifters.
    SRAM X9 mech & derailler.

    Frame 20' - My plan is to buy an 18' and then sell the 20'.. I'm 6'1" and the 20 is just a little to big..

    Ride is very slick and controlled.. Love it so far...
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    ~2005 26" Inbred; I bought the frame NOS and built it up just last year. One of the "good" ones, pre-CEN regulations... nice compliant ride.

    Pretty basic build: ~2006 Fox 32 Talas 130mm fork, basically new until this build last year. XT / Truvativ 1x9 drivetrain.





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    Hello.

    Here's my carbon 456 with 650B wheelset


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    Love all the rides guys!!

    My Summer Season.

    Sram X-9
    WTB Saddle
    Race Face Evolve post
    Transition Hubs laced to Arrow Racing FRX rims
    Code 5 brakes
    CBros candy pedals
    RS Pike 453 95-140mm
    ...


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    Nice 456! I've been toying with the idea of getting on of those with 650B wheels. How do you find the higher BB height? Any negatives? It seems like there is a heap of clearance on the back for the bigger wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex63 View Post
    Hello.

    Here's my carbon 456 with 650B wheelset
    Hello Alex,

    Can you please post a close up of your brake side drop out with the brake caliper installed?

    Thank you.

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    2011 456
    Revelation RLT (set to 130mm)
    720mm answer bar
    1x9 saint shifter/rd
    Paul Chain Keeper (bb mount)
    Blackspire Stinger Chainguide (bb mount)
    KCNC 400mm Ti-seatpost
    KCNC 50mm stem
    2.4 Panarace FR
    2.4 Rocket Ron SS
    Mavic 119/Shimano XT wheelset
    Formula RX brakes
    Alligator Serrated 160 rotors F/R


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    Here's my 456 Carbon
    Spec is
    Rockshox Revelation XX World Cup Dual Air 120-150mm 15mm maxle axle
    Full XT Drivetrain 3x10
    New Style XT Brakes 180 Ice rotor's front and back
    Fulcrum Red Metal Zero wheels
    Ks i900 remote adjustable seatpost
    Will be fitting a Easton Haven alu bar and easton stem when i get them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickrogers View Post
    Nice 456! I've been toying with the idea of getting on of those with 650B wheels. How do you find the higher BB height? Any negatives? It seems like there is a heap of clearance on the back for the bigger wheels.
    Hello.

    With SR-SUNTOUR EPICON (140 mm travel) my BB height is 340mm.
    My feet don't touch the ground.
    But it's an advantageous in rocky conditions.
    I will take detail pics for tire clearance.


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    Here's mine...

    18" 456 Carbon



    Nothing special about the build...just fun. Makes me question keeping my Yeti AS-R. I can't wait to try it out as 650b soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StiHacka View Post
    Hello Alex,

    Can you please post a close up of your brake side drop out with the brake caliper installed?

    Thank you.
    No problem


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    Thank you Alex, she looks even better with all that dirt!

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    45650b Red Fox

    Here is the first picture of my fresh built 45650b carbon. A few details are yet to be attended.


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    freshly updated with 650b wheels...cuz thats the cool thing to do...

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    I'm thinking of buying a 2011 inbred frame for a budget build - but I'm in the classic 18" or 19.5" range. I'm 6', 170 lb, 32.5" inseam, 6' 2" reach. I'd be putting a 100 mm Manitou Tower Expert on it and am more xc oriented. Will I be comfortable on the 19.5"?

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    I'm 6'1" with a 32" inseam and bought an 18". I regret not getting the 19.5" honestly. I almost feel cramped climbing.

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    My inbred 29er

    My Inbred in Rigid and Forked configurations -


    WTB: Bontrager Comp Fork & Syncros metal top cap

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountainlaurel3 View Post
    I'm thinking of buying a 2011 inbred frame for a budget build - but I'm in the classic 18" or 19.5" range. I'm 6', 170 lb, 32.5" inseam, 6' 2" reach. I'd be putting a 100 mm Manitou Tower Expert on it and am more xc oriented. Will I be comfortable on the 19.5"?
    I'm about the same size, and I too have ridiculous ape arms. I went for the 19.5 and love it.

    My Swap-Out Inbred 29




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    The 456 looks awesome! Maybe i will build one to next year... Good looking bikes folks!

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    My newer ride. Set up for Early a.m. Rides.
    115-160mm U-turn in the front and 32:18 drivetrain.
    I haven't ridden another bike since I got this a month ago.



    Upgrading the front fork to have a lockout + the Uturn. I was getting too much bob when mashing up steep hills.
    another pic...


    Guess I should put in the Specs...
    Rockshox Domain U-Turn 115-160mm travel (upgraded with lockout feature)
    DT Swiss AM wheelset
    Maxxis Highroller 2.35 tires
    FSA Tank headset
    Truvativ Hussefelt Cranks & BB
    Shimano Hydraulic disc brakes
    FSA oversize freeride handlebar
    THE Saddle
    Truvativ seatpost
    Crankbrothers Candy pedals
    (Ordering HbC 32t, 18t, and 16t)
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    [QUOTE=Buzkil;9072299]My newer ride. Set up for Early a.m. Rides.
    115-160mm U-turn in the front and 32:18 drivetrain.
    I haven't ridden another bike since I got this a month ago.


    Upgrading the front fork to have a lockout + the Uturn. I was getting too much bob when mashing up steep hills.
    another pic...

    Nice ride

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    Here is mine chocholate beast...

    Frame: On One 456 18"
    Fork: Pike 454, U-turn, coil, 95-140mm
    Stem: Syncros Fr, 60mm
    Handlebar: truvativ Stylo wc
    Headset: acor
    Cranks: shimano deore 22/32t, e13 bash + e13 drs
    Pedals: wellgo mg1
    Bb: shimano saint
    Brakes: shimano saint, avid g3 disc
    Wheels: F- hope pro2/ alpina 3/ mach max R- hope pro2/ alpina 3/ mach magma
    Shifters: sram x9
    Mech: sram x7, shimano slx
    Tyres: maxxis highroller 2.35 downhill
    Saddle: wtb silverado
    Seatclamp: Hope
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