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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus75 View Post
    Just ordered my frame, can't wait to get the build started
    You won't be disappointed.


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    I have built up finished yesterday my Parkwood. Winter Mod for In House Training.
    The fork is still a cheap model, because I train in the winter in the basement. Besides, I 'm still not sure how much mm travel should I choose.
    The seatpost is still exchanged for a Rock Shox Reverb . Just still comes a new saddle and other pedals .

    The remaining components :
    - Aivee MT3 hubs + spank oozy trail 295 rims
    - Shimano XT brakes
    - Shimano XT circuit (2x10)
    - Sixpack handlebar in Liquid Green
    - Sixpack Seatclamp in Liquid Green
    - Ritchey WCS Stem

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    Very nice.
    I also ordered a green medium one. I will built up with MRP Loop Tr 29 140 mm, Shimano Xt (der, chain , Swifter), Race Face Evolve crank, Dt Swiss M1700 29 wheels.
    Also many other components from Reverse

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    Here are the first pictures in the winter mode.
    Yesterday I decided for a fork.
    It is a Fox 34 Talas FIT RLC Factory 140/110.

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    Just finished building my second Parkwood, with all the little green bits



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    Been quiet in here.
    Upgraded wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skottsparc View Post
    Been quiet in here.
    Upgraded wheels
    The rims really make the bike pop! Still building mine up.

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    Nice Build @Skottsparc
    Just finished building my Parkwood.
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    I have a shy question regarding the Parkwood custom builds. What is your motivation? I'm asking out of sheer interest.

    I made the calculations and in now way could I put together a spec with a total price that would be cheaper than what they ask for at On-One/Planet-X.

    Even if I buy second-hand components at half of the original price and just the frame as new it does not make any price advantage. The components will also be half-used. And the factory-matched set will always be more reliable. The only way I could make it more atractive financially is single speed full rigid, but that's beside the point.

    So, is it just-for-fun venture or is there something else that I'm missing?

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    I built mine from a frame only. Only because I had a bike before and swapped most of the parts across.


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    Personal preferences. Some people like certain brands and levels of parts. Simple as that. Why buy a complete bike then swap the brakes, fork, cassette, wheels, when you can build from frame up exactly how you want it.

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    I understand that. It's just that I come from road/cx background, and there getting a complete build with really good upper-class second-hand componenets is possible at a price of brand new an entry level bike, or even below that.

    Since I wanted to move into MTB for more fun off-road I quickly learned that in MTB everything is way more expesive, even second-hand.

    Coming back to Parkwood, I realized the current X5 spec is really a good deal for the money. As for my first mountain bike that suits me just great, I guess I wouldn't upgrade till I ride those parts to death.

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    I had a fork, wheels and a 1 x 10 drivetrain that were left redundant after upgrades to my TBLT, and selling them second hand would never have given me what their true value was. So I looked for a frame to hang all the parts off, and have a spare bike that was supposed to be my "messing around "bike.
    The Parkwood frame appealed to me, and was very a reasonably price.
    My problem is now I'm enjoying the bike way more than I thought I would and have already upgraded the wheels ...
    Oi Vey it never ends ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntergatherer View Post
    I have a shy question regarding the Parkwood custom builds. What is your motivation? I'm asking out of sheer interest.

    I made the calculations and in now way could I put together a spec with a total price that would be cheaper than what they ask for at On-One/Planet-X.

    Even if I buy second-hand components at half of the original price and just the frame as new it does not make any price advantage. The components will also be half-used. And the factory-matched set will always be more reliable. The only way I could make it more atractive financially is single speed full rigid, but that's beside the point.

    So, is it just-for-fun venture or is there something else that I'm missing?
    I can share a bit different perspective on this...I had been looking for a new bike (frame or complete). Decided on a few different frames (Parkwood being one of them, though I ended up buying a different frame, used). While it is likely that I may end up spending more on a custom build (combination of used and new parts), the pros for me are:
    - ability to spread the cost over time, rather than save up the $1500 or so
    - learn how to assemble a bike from the ground up
    - learn more about the components, how they work, how they are adjusted, etc.
    - the satisfaction of having built the bike myself
    - meet new people: I've talked to lots of people already, both on forums, facebook, and new friends in the local mtb club and from the local bike shops. Most people in mtb are more than happy to offer advice, help, tools, etc. Myself being a fairly new rider (on and off for years now but never a very regular rider), it's nice to get involved and make new friends.
    - shopping for parts: while I find it a bit fun to shop around for deals (CL, mtbr/pinkbike classifieds, ebay, websites, LBS), I've also found I'm learning a ton about bikes in general while researching.

    For me, I enjoy gaining the new knowledge from going through my first build. I expect I'll struggle at times, but I see it as invaluable experience for the extra cost of a custom build compared to just buying a complete bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skottsparc View Post
    I had a fork, wheels and a 1 x 10 drivetrain that were left redundant after upgrades to my TBLT, and selling them second hand would never have given me what their true value was. So I looked for a frame to hang all the parts off, and have a spare bike that was supposed to be my "messing around "bike.
    The Parkwood frame appealed to me, and was very a reasonably price.
    My problem is now I'm enjoying the bike way more than I thought I would and have already upgraded the wheels ...
    Oi Vey it never ends ..
    I personally wanted to build a lighter bike, with Shimano gear. But if their prebuilt bike suits you go for it.

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    I built mine from spare parts and a few new bits. Cheapest but coolest bike I've owned so far.

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    [QUOTE=DasIch81;12402952]I have built up finished yesterday my Parkwood. Winter Mod for In House Training.
    The fork is still a cheap model, because I train in the winter in the basement. Besides, I 'm still not sure how much mm travel should I choose.
    The seatpost is still exchanged for a Rock Shox Reverb . Just still comes a new saddle and other pedals .

    The remaining components :
    - Aivee MT3 hubs + spank oozy trail 295 rims
    - Shimano XT brakes
    - Shimano XT circuit (2x10)
    - Sixpack handlebar in Liquid Green
    - Sixpack Seatclamp in Liquid Green
    - Ritchey WCS Stem

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    Getting there
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    Yesterday I got 4 new Parts for my Parkwood.
    A Reverb Seatpost, new Fork Decals, a quick release from Hope and a new Chain from KMC.

    But first I must clean the Bike. :-)

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    I get a great deal of satisfaction out of building my own bikes. I also build my own wheels as well. The final product is of a much higher quality than what you buy off the shelf.

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    Had min finished early this month, sitting at 23lbs. First real ride today.
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    Does anyone use this frame On-One Parkwood 27.5 Frame | On - One with 26" wheels? I want upgrade my bike litle a litle a keep 26" wheels for a while.

    Thx

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    Build finished and tested. Nice Bike. Im very happy.

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    Do you think this frame On-One Parkwood 27.5 Frame | On - One will fit with 140mm fork or it is better going to another model?

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    Quote Originally Posted by morfeo View Post
    Do you think this frame On-One Parkwood 27.5 Frame | On - One will fit with 140mm fork or it is better going to another model?
    Dunno about the 27.5 model but people run the 29er at 140mm with no trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skottsparc View Post
    My Parkwood has had a few changes. Still running the 150 fork.
    Love this bike.





    How does it feel at 150mm? How's the climbing? I'm guessing it's a monster on the downhills.

    I'm thinking of maybe a fox 36 at 150 or a 34 at 140. Or the equivalent rockshox maybe a yari?

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    Parkwood Plus Build

    Decided to build up a Parkwood Plus. So far so good.Parkwood-img_0890.jpgParkwood-img_0891.jpgParkwood-img_0892.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross1200 View Post
    How does it feel at 150mm? How's the climbing? I'm guessing it's a monster on the downhills.

    I'm thinking of maybe a fox 36 at 150 or a 34 at 140. Or the equivalent rockshox maybe a yari?

    Sorry just seen this now.
    Climbs no problem. Just get forward on the seat a bit, weight the front and off you go - but that technique applies to any bike.
    It's a fun bike on the downs for sure, and generally an all round riot to ride. Still loving it a year down the line.

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    I just picked up an used frame. It will be very interesting!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DasIch81 View Post
    Build finished and tested. Nice Bike. Im very happy.

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    It is very nice build. Would you give me a tip how to remove old decal on the fork? I have fox 32 float and am thinking about changing decal.

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    Hot Rod Version ..


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    Just curious, has anyone sourced a replacement rear derailleur hanger frome somewhere other than on-one directly? They want $25 for the part, and $60 to ship it. And that's if it ever comes back in stock. Luckily I've been able to straighten mine a couple of times, but each time its a little weaker.

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    Can anyone list some LARGE build weights? I'm contemplating a XC-ish full 1X XT build with some DT Swiss XM401 wheels, 2.4 Chunky front and a Trail Boss 2.25 in the back. Niner RDO seatpost for some give. I'm 6'1", 32" inseam; can anyone ballpark a stem length suggestion with 740 bars and a straight seatpost?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GuitsBoy View Post
    Just curious, has anyone sourced a replacement rear derailleur hanger frome somewhere other than on-one directly? They want $25 for the part, and $60 to ship it. And that's if it ever comes back in stock. Luckily I've been able to straighten mine a couple of times, but each time its a little weaker.
    Just in case someone else needs a derailleur hanger for the parkwood, I finally found an inexpensive hanger from china that fits. It's model 32 on this seller's listing, but the number doesnt seem to carry over to other vendors. Anyway, I picked up a handful after finding the first one was a perfect fit.

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    Thanks went a head and bought one.

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    Finished putting mine together using mostly parts off a cracked frame. Did go ahead and go XT 1x11 while I was at it. Most likely won't get to play with it till the weekend.

    and yes I fixed the seat angle

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    Anyone else have bottom bracket shell thread issues? I was installing the bottom bracket to the frame and it locked up half way in. I started it by hand, then I used a park bottom bracket tool. When it locked up, I backed the BB cups out, and the threads in the bottom bracket shell became trashed.
    Since I was able to screw them on by hand, I know I did not cross thread the cups. I think the threads in the Shell were not finished properly.
    I took the frame to a bike shop, and the mechanic said the treads seemed to be "too small" Said the tap was tight in the shell and he was afraid the shell would crack. I sent Planet X an e-mail with pics, so we will see what happens.

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    I must say onones quality control leaves something to be desired. We ordered an inbred frame that arrived with dodgy graphics.


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    Just finished my build. Got the frame on sale from planet X. My friend bought the Fatty Trail and we split the shipping which made it a great deal.

    Used mostly parts bin parts: Reba set at 120, raceface ride crank bars, stem and post, shimano hydros. Definitely some clashing colors on this thing, will have to work on that.

    Cant wait to get this on the trail tomorrow and see how it goes!
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    35km in the dark sliding about in the mud with crust. Cracking ride



    Still a great machine the parkwood, despite the fact I've ridden the whyte way more lately.

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    is there in info anywhere for the standover for the small & medium ?

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    S M L
    Standover (mm) 829 853 881

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    Well, that didn't translate well. Taken from the Parkwood sizing chart.
    Small: 829
    Med: 853
    Large: 881

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    Thanks for that,, i thought that the numbers on the size chart might be a bit off ,
    it must be measured higher ub the tube..

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    Does anyone try to run 27.5 + (plus) wheels-tyres?
    Is it possible?

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    A 2.8 in build was seen on OnOne instagram somewhere. I'm not sure about rim diameter though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stamatis View Post
    Does anyone try to run 27.5 + (plus) wheels-tyres?
    Is it possible?
    I've built mine up as a 27.5+ (Nobby Nic 2.8's on Roval Traverse Rims, 29mm internal) and have been running it that way for about six months. See post #228. I just threw the 29" wheels back on it and will ride it like that for a while, so I really won't know what I like better until I get some time on it with the new set up. The 2.8's fit just fine in the frame but the bottom bracket drop is noticeable.

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    [QUOTE=singletrack990;13006729]I've built mine up as a 27.5+ (Nobby Nic 2.8's on Roval Traverse Rims, 29mm internal) and have been running it that way for about six months. See post #228. I just threw the 29" wheels back on it and will ride it like that for a while, so I really won't know what I like better until I get some time on it with the new set up. The 2.8's fit just fine in the frame but the bottom bracket drop is noticeable.[/QU

    Running with 29er forks , or 27.5 + boost ?

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    I have built three 29er Parkwoods in 27.5+ for myself, my brother, and a buddy we ride with. All three run Nobby Nic 2.8s. One bike has WTB i35s, while the other two have 45mm inner rims. Its tight in the back, but it fits. You need to dish the wheel on the bike to get the tire dead center, since theres only about 3-4mm clearance, but it seems to be enough. I have well over 1000 miles on mine and while it occasionally rubs, I haven't worn the paint off yet. If you ride a lot of mud, this might not be the setup for you, but if its dry, it should be no problem. Of course, you could always run a slightly smaller tire for more clearance if you wanted. The nobby nics measure 2.875 on the 45 inner rim when fully stretched.

    FWIW, Mine is easily my favorite ride of the bunch, and sees 90% of my riding time. I love that bike.

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    [QUOTE=stamatis;13007243]
    Quote Originally Posted by singletrack990 View Post
    I've built mine up as a 27.5+ (Nobby Nic 2.8's on Roval Traverse Rims, 29mm internal) and have been running it that way for about six months. See post #228. I just threw the 29" wheels back on it and will ride it like that for a while, so I really won't know what I like better until I get some time on it with the new set up. The 2.8's fit just fine in the frame but the bottom bracket drop is noticeable.[/QU

    Running with 29er forks , or 27.5 + boost ?
    I'm running a 29er fork - X-Fusion Trace RL2. The front tire has sufficient clearance but it's close. I don't know if I could go up to a 3.0.

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    Is anyone riding their 29ers on trails with chunk rocks, jumps, and drops? I built this up as an "all mountain" 29er. I missed the "trail" frame in the description on the web site. Im just worried about the strength of the frame with that type of terrain. I am starting to ride more aggressive trails, and I hoped this would fit right in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlrs_27m View Post
    Is anyone riding their 29ers on trails with chunk rocks, jumps, and drops? I built this up as an "all mountain" 29er. I missed the "trail" frame in the description on the web site. Im just worried about the strength of the frame with that type of terrain. I am starting to ride more aggressive trails, and I hoped this would fit right in.
    How much do you weigh? Unless youre a clyde, I think youll be OK, and probably still OK even if you are. The frame seems to be built pretty beefy with gusset plates and thick welds everywhere. Only thing that its missing is a thru axle, but thats not going to make or break it for you. At 240 lbs ride weight, Ive had mine (27.5+) off a few 2' to flat drops without any worry, though that sounds tame by comparison. Personally I think youll get tired of a hard tail before the frame gives up the ghost, but I dont have the same aggressive conditions around here, so I cant say for sure.

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    Im thinking of selling my size small black and green with head set and green Reba 120, to fund my next build. PM me if you're interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlrs_27m View Post
    Is anyone riding their 29ers on trails with chunk rocks, jumps, and drops? I built this up as an "all mountain" 29er. I missed the "trail" frame in the description on the web site. Im just worried about the strength of the frame with that type of terrain. I am starting to ride more aggressive trails, and I hoped this would fit right in.
    How big of jumps and drops are you doing? lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by meSSican View Post
    How big of jumps and drops are you doing? lol
    Culvert confluence and rocky have some good jumps and drops. Rocky and flood trails are well, rocky.

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