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    Dig the red. Its been a while since we saw some metal flake. It would be rad to see that in blue.
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    More pics

    Shiggy, love to see some more pics of the display bike fro Sea Otter, pls pls pls?
    29er you just know when ur ready!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozbikebuddy View Post
    Shiggy, love to see some more pics of the display bike fro Sea Otter, pls pls pls?
    Here you go!
    No paint or decals.
    On-One Lurcher...-lurcher1.jpg

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    i'd like to see a black and tan/light brown... call me weird but i think it'd be classy

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    does that fork have some back sweep to it? Looks pinarello-esque to me...cool!
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    What the chainstay length with the ss dropouts? Be interested to centre of dropouts which is realistic position once tensioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clink View Post
    What the chainstay length with the ss dropouts? Be interested to centre of dropouts which is realistic position once tensioned.
    Geometry is the same as the Carbon Race 29. I do not have the Lurcher here so I can not measure it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockcrusher View Post
    does that fork have some back sweep to it? Looks pinarello-esque to me...cool!
    Same fork as used on the Carbon Race 29. It does have a "reverse" curve with normal offset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4x4runner View Post
    i'd like to see a black and tan/light brown... call me weird but i think it'd be classy
    Agreed! Would be a good combo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    Geometry is the same as the Carbon Race 29. I do not have the Lurcher here so I can not measure it.
    OK, thanks

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    sick

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    Looking forward to seeing the lurcher in person.
    Hoping on one will be putting together a nice kit/frame combo in rigid single speed format.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zen_Turtle View Post
    Thx god you're alive!

    The orange looks too much like a Niner, the atomic pesto and darth wader are cool.

    When are we getting an OnOne forum? I keep bugging Francis and Gregg, but they are two lazy bums...

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    We have the On-One board!

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    I second the rigid single speed package.
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    Wow, that is an ugly bike.

    I'd ride it
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggy View Post
    About time! The link doesn't work though

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    don't like that bent top and downtube, looks cheap

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    Wil the fork be coming in a non-tapered version? I love the look of that thing and would have bought one a while back but sadly it only comes in a tapered version

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmx1 View Post
    don't like that bent top and downtube, looks cheap
    It is! Think it's meant to be 499 in UK. Can't complain at that.

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    BTW, where did the On-One board go ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmx1 View Post
    BTW, where did the On-One board go ?
    Still there. Same place. No change. Still listed in the Manufacturers section. Link works, then and now.

    http://forums.mtbr.com/forumdisplay.php?f=174
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    Damn.

    Those lurchers do look rather nice, guess it's time to start spamming Steve and John with emails about the fate of those prototypes, there's a neat space next to my Whippet... mmmm... prototypes

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmx1 View Post
    BTW, where did the On-One board go ?
    I can't access it.

    Despite being logged in I get this:


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    Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system?
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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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    Send a PM to gregg about this.

    And try accessing it without logging in.
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    Gregg the cheap Chinese carbon 29ers are becoming popular.

    I've been contemplating getting one but the Lurcher seems interesting.

    Give us a reason to go with the Lurcher...What are your thoughts on it?

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