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    someone asked about geo....here's the chart from the Race version page, for S M L XL respectively:

    A Head Angle (°) 71 72 72 72
    B Head Tube Length (mm) 105 105 105 105
    C Effective Top Tube Horizontal (mm) 584 602 620 640
    D Seat Angle (°) 73 73 73 73
    E Seat Tube Length Centre to Top (mm) 406 457 495 533
    F Chainstay Length (mm) 444 444 444 444
    G Standover Height (mm) 757 784 800 818
    H Stack (mm) TBC TBC 609 TBC
    I Reach (mm) TBC TBC 421 TBC

    Above is for 100 mm fork. For me the geo is a bit too old-school 29er...these days I prefer a more moderate HA, and shorter CS. interesting that the HT length is the same for all sizes. Mysterious omission of the BB drop in the geo table. Still though, the On One site is much improved compared to the old days.
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    Hideous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clink View Post
    I can't access it.

    Despite being logged in I get this:


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    Now I am (not) getting that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    Now I am (not) getting that...
    Yeah, link is good now.. woohoo on-one forum finally!!

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    Its not a looker is it!

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    How's tire clearance on this frame? Would a Stout 2.3 pose a problem in mud?

    Still not able to access the on one board btw, even if I log out.

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    Bad. Makes me want to build another race bike... and I don't race.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dblspeed View Post
    How's tire clearance on this frame? Would a Stout 2.3 pose a problem in mud?

    Still not able to access the on one board btw, even if I log out.
    I have not yet had a chance to play with the carbon 29er frames. I expect the tire clearance to be big if the 26" frames (456 and Whippet) are any indication.

    I have a message into gregg about the O-O board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schmucker View Post
    Bad. Makes me want to build another race bike... and I don't race.
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    That's quite possibly the ugliest bike I have ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azbeerguy View Post
    That's quite possibly the ugliest bike I have ever seen.
    Good someone agrees. I hate the bowed down tube.
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    is somebody riding that bike with a quick release in a track end? how's that working out?
    is there some sort of mechanical tensioning built into the swapout?
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    I think the fork is what makes it look "hideous". IMHO the frame is not a bad looking piece. Flame suit on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    is somebody riding that bike with a quick release in a track end? how's that working out?
    is there some sort of mechanical tensioning built into the swapout?
    The Sea Otter bike was built there and not demoed. I have used QRs without tugs, but I prefer not to.
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    Haha. No flames, everyone has their own taste.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azbeerguy View Post
    That's quite possibly the ugliest bike I have ever seen.
    Strangely, I think that there are a lot of bikes out there that are far uglier than this one (i.e. most fullys) but to each his own. Sure, the head, down, top tube junction is anything but elegant but man, this bike rides nicely. I had one (the 29'er Race) for a month to test and really enjoyed it.

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    try this

    If everyone have the fork/headtube look y not just use the odl on-one carb fork instead, this is still a benchmark unit!
    29er you just know when ur ready!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    Now I am (not) getting that...
    Board is back for me.

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    This thing has disappeared from On-One radar? No updates on the web site.
    I want to buy one, 18" it's fine, how do I get one?


    Mods, this thread needs to be moved to On-One Forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen_Turtle View Post
    This thing has disappeared from On-One radar? No updates on the web site.
    I want to buy one, 18" it's fine, how do I get one?


    Mods, this thread needs to be moved to On-One Forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen_Turtle View Post
    This thing has disappeared from On-One radar? No updates on the web site.
    I want to buy one, 18" it's fine, how do I get one?


    Mods, this thread needs to be moved to On-One Forum.
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    Mid October arrival for the Lurcher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen_Turtle View Post
    This thing has disappeared from On-One radar? No updates on the web site.
    I want to buy one, 18" it's fine, how do I get one?


    Mods, this thread needs to be moved to On-One Forum.
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    According to Neil at On One, they expect to recieve the frames in early November.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    According to Neil at On One, they expect to recieve the frames in early November.
    Do you know which year?

    So it should be possible to pre-order no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen_Turtle View Post
    Do you know which year?

    So it should be possible to pre-order no?
    Where is it??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen_Turtle View Post
    Where is it??
    On the way. The 18" Lurcher is arriving soon and we will have pre-order setup as soon as we have a firm delivery date.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    On the way. The 18" Lurcher is arriving soon and we will have pre-order setup as soon as we have a firm delivery date.
    18" SS only, is what I heard. No stops, but probably with FD direct mount? (And I bet they ship it with the track end swap-out with dropout. Dumb.)

    Next year for everything else. The next news letter teased a full story of the colossal FU that is the Lurcher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deltasierra View Post
    18" SS only, is what I heard. No stops, but probably with FD direct mount? (And I bet they ship it with the track end swap-out with dropout. Dumb.)

    Next year for everything else. The next news letter teased a full story of the colossal FU that is the Lurcher.
    Three questions:
    1) Where'd you hear this?
    2) Can you explain a use for a direct mount for an FD on a frame without cable stops?
    3) What is a "track end swap-out with dropout"? Are you saying there is a version of the swapout that has both a track end and a dropout?
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    Three questions:
    1) Where'd you hear this?
    2) Can you explain a use for a direct mount for an FD on a frame without cable stops?
    3) What is a "track end swap-out with dropout"? Are you saying there is a version of the swapout that has both a track end and a dropout?
    The first production is only 18" frames. The frames are on the water now, ETA mid December.

    The Shimano DM FD has the stop on the derailleur. The frame has full guides.

    The frame is supplied with one set of Swapouts, most likely the vertical dropout version. The trackend is optional, and there are/were some of those with a derailleur hanger (easy to cut it off).
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    The first production is only 18" frames. The frames are on the water now, ETA mid December.

    The Shimano DM FD has the stop on the derailleur. The frame has full guides.

    The frame is supplied with one set of Swapouts, most likely the vertical dropout version. The trackend is optional, and there are/were some of those with a derailleur hanger (easy to cut it off).
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    Any chance that the other sizes will be available within reasonable time, or will it be similar to the 29er race frame?

    Speaking of which, any news on that frame?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    The first production is only 18" frames. The frames are on the water now, ETA mid December.
    No offense, but I'll believe it when I see it. I have all but given up on one of these frames. An 18" is what I'd need.
    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    The frame is supplied with one set of Swapouts, most likely the vertical dropout version. The trackend is optional, and there are/were some of those with a derailleur hanger (easy to cut it off).
    Why a track end with a hanger? One size fits all approach? That would kind of seem to go against the Swapout idea, which I really like, BTW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    No offense, but I'll believe it when I see it. I have all but given up on one of these frames. An 18" is what I'd need.
    They shipped last week (confirmed). We will have them in 3-4 weeks.
    Why a track end with a hanger? One size fits all approach? That would kind of seem to go against the Swapout idea, which I really like, BTW.
    Not sure, though I like the idea of being able to adjust the chainstay length while running gears.
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    Any idea on time frame for larger frame sizes Shiggy?

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    Three questions:
    1) Where'd you hear this?
    18" SS Only: Brant said it on facebook. And he said similar, SS only, less than a day ago answering a question about Lurcher's shipped from TW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grrrah View Post
    Any chance that the other sizes will be available within reasonable time, or will it be similar to the 29er race frame?

    Speaking of which, any news on that frame?
    Raf,
    I'm riding 18" on both the Racer and the Inbred and very happy, why would you need a larger frame? Lemme know if you want to take the bike for a ride.
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    I have freakishly long arms and legs compared to my height. I typically ride an xl. With a 620mm ETT, I would need to run a 120-130mm stem.

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    Have we seen what the final product looks like? I have been patiently waiting for this frame- I am hoping it lives up to the hype.

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    +1. Can't wait to check the details on this one.

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    I see the Lurcher has appeared on the website. What's the story on the dropouts? I'm guessing non-swappable track-ends with no derailleur hanger? Was there a problem with the design such that the frame could not get certified with swapouts or something like that?

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    I can't see the picture, can you link it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bennymack View Post
    I see the Lurcher has appeared on the website. What's the story on the dropouts? I'm guessing non-swappable track-ends with no derailleur hanger? Was there a problem with the design such that the frame could not get certified with swapouts or something like that?
    Lurchers have Swapouts

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    Quote Originally Posted by dblspeed View Post
    I can't see the picture, can you link it?
    There are no pictures and no geo posted on the website. Also, still no geometry posted for the Scandal. No offense, but you guys need to put a priority on updating your websites.

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    You are not wrong there. We have a few new guys working with us and we are looking at ways to improve our websites. Pictures being taken now. Geometry the same as the scandal. Which is the same as the inbred. All our 29ers share the same geometry. For the moment at least.

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    Are the swapouts the same for the Inbred and Lurcher?

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    Quote Originally Posted by figo View Post
    Are the swapouts the same for the Inbred and Lurcher?
    they are

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    Quote Originally Posted by brant View Post
    Geometry the same as the scandal. Which is the same as the inbred. All our 29ers share the same geometry. For the moment at least.
    Thanks. I'm aware of that, but lots of prospective buyers probably aren't. I think the new Scandal looks great and is an amazing value. I just don't want to see you guys loose sales over something as simple as posting the geometry. Is there anyway you could even just add a link on the Scandal page to the Inbred geometry?

    Edit: Sorry, I hadn't read the full description of the Scandal. I now see that the geometry is mentioned in the text with reference to the Inbred. I hope you interpret my post as constructive criticism, not just being critical. I love the new frames but just think a little extra effort on the website will go a long ways in getting new buyers interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ojos Azules View Post
    ...paint samples !

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    So to confirm the Lurchers currently listed on the on-one site are:

    • Shipped with 'track end' style swapouts
    • Can take a direct mount FD
    • Have no cable routing for an RD
    • Have same colour scheme as Red Rum
    • - Have same geometry and take same swapouts as Scandal/inbred


    Love the look and colour scheme, the swapouts, the price but I was looking to build a 1x9/singlespeed interchangeable bike. I think the lack of routing for a rear derailleur is a showstopper, unless anyone has any suggestions? (other than toughen up and just SS)

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    Why that hideous bump in the top - and downtube ? I like the steel frames a lot (have a Slot Inbred 29er) but those carbon 29er frames look cheap...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmx1 View Post
    Why that hideous bump in the top - and downtube ? I like the steel frames a lot (have a Slot Inbred 29er) but those carbon 29er frames look cheap...
    Looks great to me. At least in the photos I've seen so far...
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