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    Quote Originally Posted by enrlodi View Post
    Here are the components of my On-One Inbred 29er
    singlespeed "Lizard Edition" (due to the fork color...):

    First time seeing another On-One like mine, in the tan color. I'll have to get some pictures up before too long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoomerBrian View Post
    @enrlodi

    I meant to positive rep you for the sweet photos but for some reason the neg rep was selected. I didn't realize until after I hit enter. I apologize. I tried to PM you but you don't accept them. I will make sure and pos rep you. Maybe some others can give also give you some love for the sweet ride.
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    I registered on the MTBR 1h ago...now I have set my profile
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    And, you're letting us in this thread know, umm, why?
    ^Because of this I'm assuming.

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    [QUOTE=enrlodi;10170686]I know...the color of my Salsa fork is not the best
    but for now that's okay...
    greetings from Italy !

    Curious, what size is that? Nice bike!

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    Posted elsewhere, but couldn't resist.




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    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-photo-11.jpg

    my first mountain bike of any sort and man i am getting hooked on riding these trails and singlespeeding is incredibly fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by james68823 View Post
    First time seeing another On-One like mine, in the tan color. I'll have to get some pictures up before too long.
    Definitely, I'd like to check it out. Thinking about one of these myself...

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    Briscoelab, you're not messing around. Nice.
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    This is an awesome Inbred build, congrats enrlodi! I like the salsa lizard fork...

    36x20 is a fine ratio for your rides or do you plan to change the original Zee chainring for another one? (32/34t?)

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    New One9

    XX1 cranks
    Carbon Lefty
    Maxxis rubber

    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-2013-02-19_13-58-45_826.jpgThe "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-2013-02-19_13-28-57_535.jpg

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    What made you chose XX1 cranks?
    The unexamined life is not worth living - Socrates
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    Quote Originally Posted by J3SSEB View Post
    What made you chose XX1 cranks?
    Designed for single chainring use (instead of using a triple), available in external BB, lightweight, and cheap (compared to XTR or Truvativ options). Why not?

    Probably going to replace the spider with a Bling Ring from MRP, but it is super smooth with a 10spd chain.

    Plus, if I ever wanna go 1X (god for bid) it's already set up.

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    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!

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    New One9

    XX1 cranks
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    Looks clean and light. What do the cranks and BB weigh?

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    I have looked at the xx1 crank, but there is no easy way to put a bash on it and I like having a bash. Also, from what I have read the chainrings are unique to some extent and you are limited on what chainrings you can use. Is all of that true?
    Full rigid SS, Hardtail SS, Hardtail Geared, Full Suspension Geared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SS Hack View Post
    Looks clean and light. What do the cranks and BB weigh?
    SRAM claims 650grams for crankset. By comparison, I think XTR is over 700g. Not sure what it is with BB. I will replace the XX1 spider with a Bling Ring which will be much lighter. At that point you're looking at a sub-600 gram crankset.

    I have looked at the xx1 crank, but there is no easy way to put a bash on it and I like having a bash. Also, from what I have read the chainrings are unique to some extent and you are limited on what chainrings you can use. Is all of that true?
    The actual chainring IS a proprietary BCD size, BUT it is a removable spider crankset. So, you could remove the whole spider, like what I will be doing to replace it with a Bling Ring from MRP. Because of the low Q-factor I still doubt you'd be able to run a bash even with a different spider.

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    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!

    Quote Originally Posted by dickt3030 View Post
    SRAM claims 650grams for crankset. By comparison, I think XTR is over 700g. Not sure what it is with BB. I will replace the XX1 spider with a Bling Ring which will be much lighter. At that point you're looking at a sub-600 gram crankset.



    The actual chainring IS a proprietary BCD size, BUT it is a removable spider crankset. So, you could remove the whole spider, like what I will be doing to replace it with a Bling Ring from MRP. Because of the low Q-factor I still doubt you'd be able to run a bash even with a different spider.
    Good info. I recently installed a GXP BB which I should've weighed, but didn't like an idiot. They seem pretty light.

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    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-546584_10152016730445008_45234012_n.jpg

    Sadly gone to the bike shop in the sky

    Now replaced with a El Mariachi

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    Dunno...looks like Briscoe cut corners on the NINER build up there...^^

    I kid I kid..

    Nicely done.

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    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!

    Some new pictures of my One 9. Arch EX with Hope EVO, Niner carbon post, cog and SS ring. RaceFace bars and stem. Shimano XT brakes. 24lbs

    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-imageuploadedbytapatalk1361509694.988617.jpg

    The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!-imageuploadedbytapatalk1361509717.095886.jpg

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    Re: The "New" Post Your Singlespeed!

    ^^^ gorgeous colour.
    Very nice bike

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    That One9 is b-e-a-utiful! I have the same wheelset, love it!

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    ya. thats a great color frame

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    This is my SS.

    The bike started of as a stock 07 Stumpjumper Comp. It eventually turned into this.

    What I switched:

    Avid Juicy 5 > BB7s with Jagwire Ripcord cables/housings and Speed Dial Ti levers and Formula rotors
    Many handle bars > Groovy Luv handles
    Truvativ Stylo cranks > Shimano LX
    Stock wheels > Mavic 819s laced to XT hubs (got these for a steal from Jenson a few years ago)
    Stock saddle > WTB Rocket V
    Stock 105mm stem > Truvativ 90mm
    9 spd Drivetrain > HBC 32t chainring and 18t/20t HBC SS cog (Dan also gave me the spacers which were pink until a few weeks ago.) Surly Singlelator.

    Parts I have changed a lot are the grips. Now running ODI Rogues, but have Ruffians, Specialized XC Lock-ons and ESI Chunkies laying around also.

    I have the Straitline Defacto pedals and XT clipless pedals that I use also. Also have Ground Control Tires on there 2.3 front 2.1 rear setup tubeless.





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    My Gravity G29 SS. Only upgrades are Shimano M520 SPD's, Azonic 720mm Handlebars, FUNN saddle, Giant Foam grips. Next upgrade is some Avid BB7's with some 205mm rotors. My FS geared bike is very jelous, I havent rode it since I bought the SS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by worrptangl View Post
    This is my SS.

    The bike started of as a stock 07 Stumpjumper Comp. It eventually turned into this.

    What I switched:

    Avid Juicy 5 > BB7s with Jagwire Ripcord cables/housings and Speed Dial Ti levers and Formula rotors
    Many handle bars > Groovy Luv handles
    Truvativ Stylo cranks > Shimano LX
    Stock wheels > Mavic 819s laced to XT hubs (got these for a steal from Jenson a few years ago)
    Stock saddle > WTB Rocket V
    Stock 105mm stem > Truvativ 90mm
    9 spd Drivetrain > HBC 32t chainring and 18t/20t HBC SS cog (Dan also gave me the spacers which were pink until a few weeks ago.) Surly Singlelator.

    Parts I have changed a lot are the grips. Now running ODI Rogues, but have Ruffians, Specialized XC Lock-ons and ESI Chunkies laying around also.

    I have the Straitline Defacto pedals and XT clipless pedals that I use also. Also have Ground Control Tires on there 2.3 front 2.1 rear setup tubeless.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Dude, that's a nice green Jeep!
    Green Jeep?

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