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    On-One also based in Portland?

    I was reading the infovert for the On-One Dirty Disco cross bike, when I noticed that Portland was listed in the section about the On-One brand.

    On-One Dirty Disco Carbon Cyclocross Frameset | Mountain Bike Review

    "About the On-One brand
    On-One is an independent British manufacturer of bikes and cycle components based in Yorkshire, UK, and now also in Portland, Oregon."

    one other article found on MTBR also mentions this:

    Become a Brand Ambassador for On-One Bikes or Titus Cycles | Mountain Bike Review

    "We are now based of Portland, Oregon, nearby to our major suppliers."

    Anyone know anything more about this?

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    I think this is why Shiggy is in town, helping set this deal up...
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    Yeah, isn't that Shiggy's gig?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slurry View Post
    I was reading the infovert for the On-One Dirty Disco cross bike, when I noticed that Portland was listed in the section about the On-One brand.

    On-One Dirty Disco Carbon Cyclocross Frameset | Mountain Bike Review

    "About the On-One brand
    On-One is an independent British manufacturer of bikes and cycle components based in Yorkshire, UK, and now also in Portland, Oregon."

    one other article found on MTBR also mentions this:

    Become a Brand Ambassador for On-One Bikes or Titus Cycles | Mountain Bike Review

    "We are now based of Portland, Oregon, nearby to our major suppliers."

    Anyone know anything more about this?
    I know a bit about it.

    On-One USA/Titus Cycles is right here in PDX
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    For now that is... do they plan to stay now that Sapa is toast for their bike division???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gman086 View Post
    For now that is... do they plan to stay now that Sapa is toast for their bike division???
    We are not moving. SAPA was just one of many reasons to locate in Portland.
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    SAPA the aluminum extrusion company? What is going on exactly? Will i get to rummage through the On-One dumpsters sometime in the near future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slurry
    SAPA the aluminum extrusion company? What is going on exactly?
    SAPA just announced that they are planning to close their bicycle frame fabrication division citing declining business levels in that market segment.

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