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    Few more pics of my Kermit build:
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    Nice bike!
    What's your impression of the Slide fork?
    I'm thinking of picking one up. Weight would be interesting as well, if you know it.
    Thanks.

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    just got a few 'hood rides and one proper full mountain ride on mine. i'm still confused about how some of the bikes in this thread are so light LOL. i'm running mostly high end stuff and mine sits at >23lbs. need hydros rather than the bb7's but that's hardly gonna save me 3 lbs. which is fine by me, feels plenty light and stiff as is.

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    Brakes \ Rotors will save you close to a pound.

    Seat, tires, pedals, handlebard, stem should drop you another 1.5 to 2 lbs.

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    Mine just showed up today...

    Looks like one stiff frame.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JSZ View Post
    Mine just showed up today...

    Looks like one stiff frame.

    it sure is. I think its really stiff

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    Quote Originally Posted by JSZ View Post
    Mine just showed up today...

    Looks like one stiff frame]
    it sure is, but amazingly smooth!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferday View Post
    it sure is, but amazingly smooth!
    How does it compare to your steel On-One for smoothness/compliance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EGF168 View Post
    How does it compare to your steel On-One for smoothness/compliance?
    More difference than I expected, that's for sure. It's still a hard tail but there is a definite reduction in trail noise and landing off of roots and stuff feels more "planted" somehow...a more refined ride quality LOL but true

    I only have a handful of proper rides on her yet, but so far it is better in every way than my steel version, which I loved dearly. I'm still skeptical about ultimate durability but I'm gonna ride her hard and we'll see!
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    Adding a photo of one of these out in the wild... Shhh be vewy quiet:

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    Does anyone know if the singlespeed specific Lurcher frame can use the geared dropouts like the regular Lurcher frame or is it singlespeed only. I am building up another SS and the Lurcher may be a good budget carbon frame option. The SS frame would be fine but for the same $ it might make sense to have the geared option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ask View Post
    Does anyone know if the singlespeed specific Lurcher frame can use the geared dropouts like the regular Lurcher frame or is it singlespeed only. I am building up another SS and the Lurcher may be a good budget carbon frame option. The SS frame would be fine but for the same $ it might make sense to have the geared option.

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    i'm about 98% sure that the only difference is that the SS version has no cable guides for the derailleurs. it uses the swapouts same as the "regular" lurcher so you could run gears or SS dropouts. from the picture the SS frame still has a front derailleur braze on but i'd check on this...a quick email to either titus or on-one UK will get you an answer...both have gotten back to me very quickly.
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    Hey Ask,

    There is no separate SS vs. geared frame. The same frame has 2 sets of swappable drop-outs - the SS and geared. So just make sure you order both dropout sets if you'd like both options. It is a great budget frame. A no-brainer! The expensive part is the components.

    Edit: Hang on, I've never seen the first link you pasted. I'm not sure what that is. But the 2nd link: "Other Lurcher" - is the one that has both dropouts. (horiz. and vertical).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ask View Post
    Does anyone know if the singlespeed specific Lurcher frame can use the geared dropouts like the regular Lurcher frame or is it singlespeed only. I am building up another SS and the Lurcher may be a good budget carbon frame option. The SS frame would be fine but for the same $ it might make sense to have the geared option.

    Lurcher SS - On-One Carbon Lurcher SingleSpeed 29er Frame

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    chalk it up to the 2%.

    the only difference in SS vs. regular is the dropouts that come with them.
    the SS frames, including the several pictured in this thread, all have guides.
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    Thanks for the information everyone... Still looking at a couple other frame options. I'll post pics if I build up a Lurcher SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    chalk it up to the 2%.

    the only difference in SS vs. regular is the dropouts that come with them.
    the SS frames, including the several pictured in this thread, all have guides.
    It's not often I catch you!

    The frame in the picture clearly does not have guides other than one for the rear brake, sorry dude. Interestingly on the website, only the orange color has guides on the frame, the black and green are smooth (they are located under the TT)

    I'll have my 2% back, thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferday View Post
    It's not often I catch you!

    The frame in the picture clearly does not have guides other than one for the rear brake, sorry dude. Interestingly on the website, only the orange color has guides on the frame, the black and green are smooth (they are located under the TT)

    I'll have my 2% back, thanks!
    what do you suppose that front derailleur mount is for then?

    i'll default to the frame designer (brant) and all the other pictures in this thread of "SS" frames with SS dropouts and full cable guides on this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meltingfeather View Post
    what do you suppose that front derailleur mount is for then?

    i'll default to the frame designer (brant) and all the other pictures in this thread of "SS" frames with SS dropouts and full cable guides on this one.
    Hmmm I said cable guides, not dérailleur mounts. The regular lurcher has cable guides on the TT and the right seat stay. The picture he posted of the SS only frame clearly has NO cable guides in those positions (although curiously has a derailleur mount)

    I still get my 2%, and coming from you sir I shall cherish it!

    Edit: it turns out that on one indeed made a short run of 18" only, SS only frames that indeed have no cable guides.
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    why de US get lurcher sooooo much cheaper?
    good ole Europe wantz some too.
    do it or we'll Merkel the fun out of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shredchic View Post
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    shredchic, nice bike! is that a size 16"? would you mind telling me the front center and stand over measurements? TIA!

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    I ordered orange lurcher, and it has arrived! Going to build it up aiming towards 22 lbs...
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhynolite View Post
    I ordered orange lurcher, and it has arrived! Going to build it up aiming towards 22 lbs...
    Congratz! Looking for the same color in 16"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornice6 View Post
    shredchic, nice bike! is that a size 16"? would you mind telling me the front center and stand over measurements? TIA!
    Yeah, it's the 16". I will have to bust out my measuring tape at some point, as the on-one website does not have these measurements. What do you mean by front center? (sorry, some terms are new for me)...

    An additional data point is apparently I am 5'4" with a 30" inseam, and the SA height is more than low enough for me. The front end is a bit higher than what I'm used to, but that's typical of 29'ers. I have eliminated the spacers underneath the handlebars now (not shown in picture). This bike feels really comfortable for me now.
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    Cool! Basically front center measurement is to find out if you get toe overlap on the front wheel. Measurement is from center of bottom bracket to center of front wheel axle.

    Thanks!


    Quote Originally Posted by shredchic View Post
    Yeah, it's the 16". I will have to bust out my measuring tape at some point, as the on-one website does not have these measurements. What do you mean by front center? (sorry, some terms are new for me)...

    An additional data point is apparently I am 5'4" with a 30" inseam, and the SA height is more than low enough for me. The front end is a bit higher than what I'm used to, but that's typical of 29'ers. I have eliminated the spacers underneath the handlebars now (not shown in picture). This bike feels really comfortable for me now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornice6 View Post
    Congratz! Looking for the same color in 16"...
    I ordered a 16" with a slackset to lower the front slightly.

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    Sweet! Who has those in stock?

    Quote Originally Posted by rhynolite View Post
    I ordered a 16" with a slackset to lower the front slightly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cornice6 View Post
    Sweet! Who has those in stock?
    On-One Lurcher Carbon Hardtail 29er Frame
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    Yeah sadly, the black /orange is no longer in stock.

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    Shiggy-Any availability on the matte black 21" in the US?

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    Quote Originally Posted by idaho29er View Post
    Shiggy-Any availability on the matte black 21" in the US?
    We can get it. Email sales@titusti.com with your request.
    Price would be higher as the sale is only for US in stock frames.

    We still have 21" Lurchers in green/black in Portland
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    Thanks Shiggy. Sent a message to sales.

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    The lurcher was built

    Built the bike:



    The build:

    Lurcher 16"
    2013 Fox CTD 100 fork
    XT 2x10 drivetrain
    Avid Elixir CR brakes, 185 F 160 R
    3T Dorico Pro seatpost (surprisingly heavy)
    Gobi XM seat (the perfect seat for my bum)
    XTR pedals

    Front wheel:
    E.13 TRS+ hub, Crest 29 rim, Sapim CX-Ray spokes
    Fast Track 2.2" tire

    Rear wheel:
    E.13 XCX+ hub, Crest 29 rim, Sapim CX-Ray spokes
    Renegade 1.95" tire

    Easton Mokey Lite bar
    ODI grips
    Cane Creek bar ends (awesome for climbing)

    Bike weighs in (everything included) at 23.2 lbs

    Very fast, especially on the flat and uphill. And on downhill.

    Very stiff frame, great handling. Bike very leanable, and tires just stick to the powder.

    Still need to figure out the handlebar height. Lo-Rise bar turned upside down made my back unhappy... need to make it higher. Maybe flat bar?
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    I'll post mine here as well. The more I ride the bike the more I love it. I had some sorting out to do but I have the bike Just right now.

    My Lurcher Build:
    Lurcher Single Speed frame (med).
    White Brothers Loop, 80mm.
    Chris King Inset 3 Headset.
    Forte carbon headset spacers.
    Race Face Turbine Stem.
    FSA SLK handlebars.
    ESI Chunky Grips.
    Red bell.
    Hope Race X2 evo Brakes.
    Noir 3.3 carbon cranks.
    Sram pres fit BB92.
    Egg Beater 2 pedals
    Race Facw 34t chain ring.
    Sram SS chain.
    Surly 18t cog.
    Surly spacer kit.
    Sun Ringle Black Flag Pro wheels with bolt on 12mm stepdown axle.
    Specialized Fast Traxx S-Work 2.0 tires (tubeless)
    Woodman seatpost.
    Forte collar.
    Sella italia seat.

    20lbs. 10oz.
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    That's awesome! Really like how the black gloss frame looks in SS.
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    Is anyone using the On-One carbon monocoque fork designed for the Lurcher? Just saw it on the O-O website. Hope to get one.

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    FWIW, there is a eview of the rigid fork on twentynineinxhes... On One Carbon Race 29"er: Final Review
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    I'm kicking myself for not buying one of the painted frames when they were available. Now that I've got the funds, they're gone.

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    Ride reports?

    I'm still building mine up and it's killing me seeing all these nice builds. Anyone have any time to put together a ride report? Anything to look out for during the build? How about those who are running it with gears, any complaints?

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    Mine is on order so just wanting for it to be delivered. I know your frustration seeing all these nice bikes down.

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    I ordered one a few weeks ago, buiding it up took some time.
    The fork had some paint chipped off, On-One took care of that, no problem, but it took another week.

    I've ridden it yesterday in Belgium, not with the carbon fork, but with my Fox F29.
    Just one small problem, the seatpost kept sliding down...
    Have to sort that out, any advice ?
    More pics here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thasingletrackmastah View Post
    I ordered one a few weeks ago, buiding it up took some time.
    The fork had some paint chipped off, On-One took care of that, no problem, but it took another week.

    I've ridden it yesterday in Belgium, not with the carbon fork, but with my Fox F29.
    Just one small problem, the seatpost kept sliding down...
    Have to sort that out, any advice ?
    More pics here.
    Nice! How much does it weigh? I have a similar build going.

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    Lurcher frame specified with 1536gr with 21" size. My question would be, with or without dropouts? Is it the "real" weight? I can't find any measurements and based on my experience (I weighed 1517 grams for my On-One XC Whippet, even if it specced as ~1300gr) I expect a little bit more weight than specified.
    I'm thinking of building a 29er next year and Lurcher frame looks pretty OK for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcatnau View Post
    I'm still building mine up and it's killing me seeing all these nice builds. Anyone have any time to put together a ride report? Anything to look out for during the build? How about those who are running it with gears, any complaints?
    Ride report:
    t's FAST and LIGHT. I built mine (small frame) geared, and it ended up a portly 24.5 lbs. and I was not even buying the lightest components possible. It handles well, and corners well. You could probably shave a pound or two off that by going entirely weight-weenie/SS. The bike is super light, and is a sprightly climber - springs forward with every pedal. It bounces a bit when you are pedaling too fast in too high of a gear or over rough stuff, which is normal for a HT but the carbon dampens the bumps and makes for a sweet velvety ride. The geometry & 29" wheels feel awesome, but I'm sure people building up one of these are already sold on that. I feel more confident going over stuff on this bike than on my 26'er FS bike and I am just as happy on this on the technical stuff as the XC stuff. Bottom line: this is an amazingly fast fun bike and you get a lot for your money.

    Things to look out for during build:
    1) The required pressfit bottom bracket (BB92) is a bit of a pain to find. Order it online with your frame, so you are not running around last minute trying to find one.
    2) front derailleur is direct mount type - the Shimano XT groupset FD comes with the other mount type, and the wrong type of BB, requiring a little time spent on ebay.
    3) The seat post tube is very short - if you are a short person like me be sure to get a short post, or it won't go down far enough for you.
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    Finally finished! I'm still working on getting everything adjusted properly.

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    Got my 19.5" Lurcher together this past week. Rides well, and I love the 29er Inbred-style geometry. Got the sweet On-One carbon fork on it, which is amazingly light. The tires are great -- Bonty 29-3 TLR in the front and Geax Saguaro TNT in the back, as recommended by Shiggy. On-One stem and bar, XT 1x10 setup, XT brakes and budget wheels and other stuff until I can afford better. The bike rolls fast and sprints forward so easily.

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    I've never had a bonty tire, but I am completely sold on the 29-3 for a front tire. This bike is really fun to ride. I'm still getting used to having a hardtail, but it is so nice to stand while climbing and feeling the acceleration with each pedal stroke. This bike flies when you stand and start mashing the pedals! One last pic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by singlespeedrider View Post
    Mine is on order so just wanting for it to be delivered. I know your frustration seeing all these nice bikes down.
    Got my frame on Saturday but still waiting on the dropouts. Frame construction looks really good and I like the lines of it. I unfortunately got one of the unpainted frames and not super stoked on the looks. The finish is pretty raw and does not have the cool carbon weave look to it. I am trying to find a local painter to spray it black and get it at least one color. That being the only negative to it I am more than excited to get it together and start riding on some carbon.

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    I'm thinking of a Lurcher but just noticed the next gen 29er, Dirty Harry which is already in pre-order phase, with the same price (depending on model): Planet X Dirty Harry 29er MTB Disc Frame
    Frame weight is almost 400g less and uses traditional 73mm BB.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdcatnau View Post
    I'm still building mine up and it's killing me seeing all these nice builds. Anyone have any time to put together a ride report? Anything to look out for during the build? How about those who are running it with gears, any complaints?
    The ride is very good.
    I own a geared and a singlespeed Inbred.
    The Lurcher feels the same, but lighter.
    Also, the pedal input feels more direct, guess the BB is less flexible.
    No surprises, fast and nimble uphiil, fast and stable downhill.
    The BB is high for modern standards, good for me.

    The buildup went pretty smooth. I only had some logistic problems.
    After a few rides the seatpost (Thomson Elite 31.6 x 410) kept sliding down.
    Measured it up, the result was disapointing.



    Seatpost is returned to the Thomson dealer, wich leaves me with the question what to do next.
    In the mean time I ordered a 27.2 -> 31.6 shim, to use the 27.2 Thomson I have laying around.

    With Reba, without seatpost



    Quote Originally Posted by semmiho View Post
    Lurcher frame specified with 1536gr with 21" size. My question would be, with or without dropouts? Is it the "real" weight? I can't find any measurements and based on my experience (I weighed 1517 grams for my On-One XC Whippet, even if it specced as ~1300gr) I expect a little bit more weight than specified.
    I'm thinking of building a 29er next year and Lurcher frame looks pretty OK for me.
    Mine is a 19.5" and weighs 1624 grams incl the dropouts.

    Total weight is just under 11kg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thasingletrackmastah View Post
    Mine is a 19.5" and weighs 1624 grams incl the dropouts.
    http://gp1.pinkbike.org/p4pb8492220/p4pb8492220.jpg
    Total weight is just under 11kg.
    Thanks a lot for the info!
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    Finally, someone weighed one! Thanks.

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    I weighted my XL Black/Grey as well, 1614 grams (1490 for the frame and 124 for the swap outs, geared).. Not light by any means, but a great and stiff bike to ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thasingletrackmastah View Post
    Total weight is just under 11kg.
    My 19.5" came in at 27 lbs. I have a mix of XT and SLX parts, black flag expert wheels, bonty 29-3 tires, CB cobalt 11 bars, on one stem & seatpost collar, manitou tower pro fork and an x-fusion Hilo 100 mm seatpost.

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    Thanks figo. Now two data points. Thanks to all of you that weigh before you build.

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    I am looking for a set of SS swapouts. i'm having a hec of a time getting them from On one. anyone have extras ?

    my bike is 24.5 as a SS. piggy. it is so ugly, i am ashamed to post a picture.
    The ride is pretty good. its responsive and comfy and handles bumpy roots well, but it is a bit slow around corners. i measured up the wheelbase and it is a tad over 43 which is longer than my fully. i really had to work to put it hard into some corners and it held on really well, so maybe i just need to change my riding style. i am used to a twitchier bike

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    I would like to build a bike close to these specs. I am 6' with 32 inseam and they only have 18" available however I think that may work. Have you had any issues with dropouts failing? How much did you pay for the white brother fork. I see em online for like 600 seems high for a 80mm travel fork? How is it riding?





    Quote Originally Posted by Click Click Boom View Post
    I'll post mine here as well. The more I ride the bike the more I love it. I had some sorting out to do but I have the bike Just right now.

    My Lurcher Build:
    Lurcher Single Speed frame (med).
    White Brothers Loop, 80mm.
    Chris King Inset 3 Headset.
    Forte carbon headset spacers.
    Race Face Turbine Stem.
    FSA SLK handlebars.
    ESI Chunky Grips.
    Red bell.
    Hope Race X2 evo Brakes.
    Noir 3.3 carbon cranks.
    Sram pres fit BB92.
    Egg Beater 2 pedals
    Race Facw 34t chain ring.
    Sram SS chain.
    Surly 18t cog.
    Surly spacer kit.
    Sun Ringle Black Flag Pro wheels with bolt on 12mm stepdown axle.
    Specialized Fast Traxx S-Work 2.0 tires (tubeless)
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    20lbs. 10oz.

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    5 rides in and I am loving it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdog100 View Post
    I would like to build a bike close to these specs. I am 6' with 32 inseam and they only have 18" available however I think that may work. Have you had any issues with dropouts failing? How much did you pay for the white brother fork. I see em online for like 600 seems high for a 80mm travel fork? How is it riding?
    If you don't mind the noisy nature of the WB Loop and that its a little on the heavy side its a great option. It works great as a singlespeed fork. It has no noticeable flex and rides really well. I prefer it to the reba xx I have on my other bikes.

    The swapouts are working fine, no creeks or anything. They are a little soft. I love the bike and as soon as I sell my Vassago Optimus Ti I'm going to build a Scandal to round out my on one collection.

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    lurcher reviews?

    Hey you lucky Lurcher owners. Can anyone direct me to a good, independent review of the Lurcher? Particularly interested in how the frame is handling the impacts of normal trail riding. You lucky dogs!

    Cheers

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    Getting in a few rides on single track and gravel logging roads. Love the bike -- good geo, real stable when standing up mashing on the pedals and when climbing, light and stiff frame and fork that dull some of the trail impacts. The only limiting factor in terms of trail selection is that I am running a rigid fork. This On-One fork is strong and light, but many Cascade trails are rocky and rooty with drops. I look forward to eventually putting on a suspension fork and better/lighter smaller bits such as seat post and stem. The XT 1x10 setup is crisp -- nice smooth shifting and a good range with 32t ring. Running the Bonty 29-3 and Saguaro TNT tires tubeless. And a minor detail: notice how I fastened the rear mech cable on top of the brake hose on the left side of the head tube to keep it from flopping around on the right side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenemtbing View Post
    Getting in a few rides on single track and gravel logging roads. Love the bike -- good geo, real stable when standing up mashing on the pedals and when climbing, light and stiff frame and fork that dull some of the trail impacts. The only limiting factor in terms of trail selection is that I am running a rigid fork. This On-One fork is strong and light, but many Cascade trails are rocky and rooty with drops. I look forward to eventually putting on a suspension fork and better/lighter smaller bits such as seat post and stem. The XT 1x10 setup is crisp -- nice smooth shifting and a good range with 32t ring. Running the Bonty 29-3 and Saguaro TNT tires tubeless. And a minor detail: notice how I fastened the rear mech cable on top of the brake hose on the left side of the head tube to keep it from flopping around on the right side.
    Very nice !
    Cablestops for front and rear derailleur are a bit far to the back.
    Your solution works for the rear, but I also have a cable foor the front mech...
    I see you used zip-ties as wel. The original clamps kept coming lose.
    They also make a ratling noise.

    I bought the carbon fork with the frame, just for the looks.
    Because of the trip to the Alps next week it's now build up with a Reba 100mm.
    Feels good.
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    Basically, what is the differences between on one/planet x 29er frames made of carbon?

    Lurcher, Dirty Harry and Carbon race 29er are all carbon 29er's with pretty racy geometry. Which of these is way to go?

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    Maybe, Brant or Shiggy can answer that question.

    This is how I see it:
    The Racer and Lurcher both have the Scandal geometrie.
    The racer is a bit lighter, the Lurcher has swapouts and let you choose geared or singlespeed (or gearhub?)
    If you like the Inbred or the Scandal, choose one of those.
    I think DH is a standard Chinese build mailorder carbon bike, can't tell why it's on their product list.
    Maybe because of the time it took for the Racer and Lurcher to arrive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisj1 View Post
    Hey you lucky Lurcher owners. Can anyone direct me to a good, independent review of the Lurcher? Particularly interested in how the frame is handling the impacts of normal trail riding. You lucky dogs!

    Cheers
    i'm no magazine guy but mine has been handling rocky rooty trails with <3' foot natural drops with no problems at all, so far it is way more comfortable on the rough stuff than my inbred was. i'm converted to plastic frames, we'll see about long term durability but no one will have that answer yet
    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferday View Post
    i'm no magazine guy but mine has been handling rocky rooty trails with <3' foot natural drops with no problems at all, so far it is way more comfortable on the rough stuff than my inbred was. i'm converted to plastic frames, we'll see about long term durability but no one will have that answer yet

    Cheers for the feedback. I'm saving my pennies and definitely have my eye on the Lurcher. Will be a while before I can purchase so hope the long term durability/quality issue is clear by then.

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    Here she is almost done, need a few more bits and pieces to tighten everything up.
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    Wow SSR. Really looks good. You weight the frame?

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    Still missing a few odds and ends so have not scaled it yet. Feels very close in weight to my old Stumpjumper Marathon which was just under 23lbs. I might be in the mid 22's hopefully lower but does not feel feather light.

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    singlespeedrider - Nice build! I am also interested in the weight of your bike.

    Your photos pushed me over the top. I just placed my order for a SS Lurcher. Planning to build it up with some parts off my other SS until I can afford more parts.

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    This was a parts swap build as well and went into it knowing I was not going to shave a lot of weight. The paint came out really well and the matte black with the silver and polished black looks great. Waiting for On One to get some black sticker sets and going to replace the black chainring and stem to silver to finish off the look.

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    Did a short ride today and love the bike and I stuck it on a scale after my ride 21.2 lbs.

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    My frame arrived today... Waiting on a few other parts before I can start my build. I am surprised at how quickly it shipped / arrived.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ask View Post
    My frame arrived today... Waiting on a few other parts before I can start my build. I am surprised at how quickly it shipped / arrived.

    Did you consult the Turtle for your purchase?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Did you consult the Turtle for your purchase?
    Took me a bit to figure out what you were referring to... The Zen Turtle. No, I did not chat directly w/ him. Is there something I should know before starting this build?
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    Just weighed my Lurcher. 22.5 lbs w O-O carbon fork, 1x10 setup, XT brakes and relatively cheap/not-so-light wheels and smaller bits.

    Lots of ways I can shave weight as I upgrade.

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    Done-ish

    My Lurcher SS is pretty much done for now. I am planning to upgrade the wheelset, fork, and some other components... but it is ridable as-is. I took it out for a test spin this morning. No creaks, super quiet, light, stiff, and comfortable. The geometry w/ the Fox G2 fork handled tight singletrack very well. Much better than my GF Rig does. The only issue was a slight headset rattle. (I am having a tough time getting the On One Smoothie Mixer headset tight enough.)


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    Quote Originally Posted by ask View Post
    My Lurcher SS is pretty much done for now. I am planning to upgrade the wheelset, fork, and some other components... but it is ridable as-is. I took it out for a test spin this morning. No creaks, super quiet, light, stiff, and comfortable. The geometry w/ the Fox G2 fork handled tight singletrack very well. Much better than my GF Rig does. The only issue was a slight headset rattle. (I am having a tough time getting the On One Smoothie Mixer headset tight enough.)

    What size frame is yours and how tall are you? I wanted to order the 18" when they were $399 but I think it would of been too small for me at 6'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdog100 View Post
    What size frame is yours and how tall are you? I wanted to order the 18" when they were $399 but I think it would of been too small for me at 6'.
    I bought the $399 18" SS Lurcher. I am 5' 11" and have a ~33" inseam. I am often borderline between medium and large frame sizes. With 29ers and trail bikes I typically choose the smaller frame option. I have only done 1 ride, but the 18" frame feels good. I am using a 70mm stem on it and can bump that up if I need to be a little more stretched out.
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    Anyone experiencing creaking coming from the drop outs? Since the rain has stopped and the trails in my area have become dusty my drop outs are creaking like crazy. I removed them and cleaned the dirty, rode it, and two rides later the creak is back. Are there torque specs for the drop outs? I'm getting nervousness tightening the drop outs more than I already have.

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    Are there others out there that are having issues with the brake levers hitting the top tube? I had to raise my bars up a little more than i wanted because the top tube was getting beat to crap if the bars swung around.

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    Please put me right if I'm breaking forum etiquette here - high jacking this thread? But...how are you lurcher owners getting on with the Press fit BB91 bottom bracket? Are they pressing in ok, wearing ok and are you finding light weight crank arms to go with it?

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    I had no issues getting the bearings into place and so far seem to be holding up good. I am running E*thirteen cranks and they are pretty light and I think a good crank for the price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisj1 View Post
    Please put me right if I'm breaking forum etiquette here - high jacking this thread? But...how are you lurcher owners getting on with the Press fit BB91 bottom bracket? Are they pressing in ok, wearing ok and are you finding light weight crank arms to go with it?
    No issues here... I am running Shimano SLX cranks w/ a Shimano BB. This only issue was that I had to order the BB, as none of my local shops had it in stock.
    Amazon.com: Shimano SM-BB91-41A PressFit MTB bottom Bracket: Sports & Outdoors

    The BB went in easily without a press and the cranks installed fine as well. The BB went in so easily that I had a friend that works at a local shop take a look... he found no issues with the fit. I only have a couple rides so far so I can't really comment on long-term reliability. However, I have zero noise coming from the BB under heavy torque. (Unlike EBBs that I have had in other SS frames)

    With my setup I could easily upgrade to an XTR crankset if I wanted it to be a bit lighter.

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    Cheers for your feedback singlespeedrider and ask. Very tempted to get a Lurcher but just trying to do my homework. Nothing worse than coughing up the bucks, getting all excited and then being let down by some fault.

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    Singlespeedrider: I have about an inch of clearance between the brake levers and top tube when I crank the bar sideways. Here is my setup: just over an inch of spacers under my stem, a 110/6 degree stem, an On One oversize riser bar and XT levers that are turned downward at a fairly steep angle.

    I used this many spacers just because I did not want to cut the steerer tube too short before I knew what fit/setup I wanted. Likewise, I used the riser bar just because I had it and I like the width. Turns out, I like this fairly upright setup, at least for now -- especially on long mountain climbs.
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    I had mine set up with just one small spacer below the stem and it has taken out my top tube. I moved my bars and had to flatten my levers a little bit to get it to clear.

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    I finally remembered to check my brake lever clearance today... I have one small ~1/2" spacer on my 0 degree stem w/ an older set of Easton Monkey lite XC bars and Avid CR Elixir levers. No clearance issues. The levers are close... but no contact.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ask View Post
    I finally remembered to check my brake lever clearance today... I have one small ~1/2" spacer on my 0 degree stem w/ an older set of Easton Monkey lite XC bars and Avid CR Elixir levers. No clearance issues. The levers are close... but no contact.


    I am running Titec flat bars so that little rise in your handlebar is where you are clearing and I am not. I moved me stem up so I am good to go now but a few scratches in my new paint job did not make me to happy.

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    It's hard to describe how much I like my Lurcher! So light and responsive. I am using it for commuting, mountain riding and whatever at this point, just to get time on it.
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    here's mine a few months later

    carbon sucks as does the bike industry for pushing it so wholeheartedly.
    a material that cannot take any impact has no place in the bike world.
    this will be FS once replaced or fixed along with the brand new matching fork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dtheo View Post
    carbon sucks as does the bike industry for pushing it so wholeheartedly.
    a material that cannot take any impact has no place in the bike world.
    this will be FS once replaced or fixed along with the brand new matching fork.
    Ya it sux when you break a frame. However, carbon fiber is here for a long time. It is proven resilient high tensile material. No material is impact proof. carbon is so much fun to ride it is worth it. Good luck with your rebuild.

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    This is another reason to ride an On One frame. Great ride qualities, good geometry and you're not out thousands of $$$ if you thrash the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugenemtbing View Post
    This is another reason to ride an On One frame. Great ride qualities, good geometry and you're not out thousands of $$$ if you thrash the frame.
    Totally agree, I have carbon chinese frame as ss cost as much ad xtr rear derailleur

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtheo View Post
    carbon sucks as does the bike industry for pushing it so wholeheartedly.
    a material that cannot take any impact has no place in the bike world.
    this will be FS once replaced or fixed along with the brand new matching fork.

    Hey, sorry to see a cracked Lurcher. Hope you were not hurt.

    Carbon does take damage, just like any other material. But carbon is also easy to repair.

    I cracked my frame at September on a training ride. Long story short, broke my leg and a top tube. The frame was fixed by Ruckus Components at Oregon (the leg was patched with titanium at Palo Alto).

    Great service by Greg at Ruckus, quick turn around, reasonable price. Rides great now.

    Just my two cents.
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    Luckily, I was not hurt. The bike landed on cement. It was an impact that caused the damage, but this would not have broken a metal frame.

    I have looked into getting it repaired as well as contacting On One regarding replacement.

    I really wanted to like carbon as I figured there was a reason it has been so universally adopted, but now I'm back to being super skeptical. Maybe I am a little ignorant to the material, but it seems that anytime you have impact to it, you have to wonder if it has been compromised in a way that could cause serious failure. seeing this damage, it made that fear much more plausible.

    sorry to hear about your incident, rhyno. was the frame breaking what caused the leg injury and crash?


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    Quote Originally Posted by rhynolite View Post
    Hey, sorry to see a cracked Lurcher. Hope you were not hurt.

    Carbon does take damage, just like any other material. But carbon is also easy to repair.

    I cracked my frame at September on a training ride. Long story short, broke my leg and a top tube. The frame was fixed by Ruckus Components at Oregon (the leg was patched with titanium at Palo Alto).

    Great service by Greg at Ruckus, quick turn around, reasonable price. Rides great now.

    Just my two cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtheo View Post

    sorry to hear about your incident, rhyno. was the frame breaking what caused the leg injury and crash?


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    The frame was not the cause of my crash; it was my "pilot mistake". I went down a trail much faster than I should with the tire pressure I had at the moment. OTB at >20mph.

    The damage to the frame came from the handlebar that was slammed into the top tube. Carbon fiber handlebar BTW

    This bike is my 4th CF bike, and I tend to trust the material. I had chains torn, spokes broken, pedals disintegrated - all made from metal. Had a top tube on my aluminum bike bent. Everything breaks.

    I do have 3 carbon fiber bikes, and I like them more than the aluminum ones I had before. The last crash did not reduce my confidence in the bike, I am trying to ride it as hard as I could (obviously, still recovering).
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    What a great bike. Getting lots good winter SS riding in.

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