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    Good job! Semi sort of "official" OnOne thread

    OK, you Inbreds, Gimps, Pompinos, 456s, Scandals and all other OnOne-ians, let's get a semi-official thread dedicated to OnOne started here! I'm the proud owner of a 29'er singlespeed Inbred, and I'm in the process of building a 26'er singlespeed Inbred. Does that make me twice the Inbred? (Funny, but I don't think my parents are related, but my family "tree" looks like a straight line....)

    Here's a shot of my 29'er Inbred, and a gratuitous SS race shot. Shot of the blingy 26'er to come when it is due for completion next week!

    Post photos of your OnOnes here!
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    Nice. I'm sort of planning/dreaming/hoping etc. of gettin' my hands on an Inbred one of these days. I was thinking about the 456, but I dunno....I'm more of a classic XC sorta guy I guess.

    Just curious - why going back to the 26er?

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    Quote Originally Posted by notrelatedtoted
    Just curious - why going back to the 26er?
    Not really "going back to" a 26'er since I'm keeping the 29'er. I have a 26'er hardtail with some nice parts on it that would make a very nice singlespeed Inbred!

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    sweet ride, i'm hoping to get into one this winter (the 29'er version), they are very hard to come by in canada.

    here's hoping brant reads this thread, and explains to me when on-one is gonna make a high sweep bar (mary!?) that's burly enough for DH...
    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    Sitting in front of my 1x9 Instigator trail beasty (run Egg Beaters unless at the pump track).

    Planning to build this up as my winter bike...3.0 nokian gazzalodi's, Single Speed, the fork off the surly. Would like to find a nice rigid fork and use it for my park bike as well. We'll see.

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    Actuslly just scored the fork that was on the bike before I bought it....Stoked I could get a rigid for for it.

    Here's the plan (essentially the same as what my friend had it as minus some details...(and adding some like Avid Full Metal Jackets...)

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    My 456

    posted in the AM forum too. Probably doesn't get ridden enough. I'm sure when winter comes around and its wet it'll get more use along w/the SS.
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    too much of a good thing...

    ...is never enough. Brant, if you keep building them, I'll keep buying them!
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    I want an inbred pretty bad
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    I'm putting a 29er version on order today. I'll post her up once she's done.

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    456

    I'm thinking about trading my Surly Instigator for a 456 frame. There seems to be about a 2 pound difference. The Instigator is a horse to ride as a singlespeed (my current setup).

    I know it seems odd considering On-one has so many singlespeed frames but I have been thinking about building up a 456 as a singlespeed with a converter. Has anyone done this? How does it ride?

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    mr grey and mr white.

    my grey and mr white ;p
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    What a ride

    Indeed, adding the 456 Inbred geared frame as my SS (ooops) to my bike collection was a best thing to do. Also own Chameleon and Heckler for AM and Freeride.
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    awesome looking bike! kinda wish they had the 456 in something besides blue. of course with my luck, the next generation 456 will be in pink or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgsatl
    kinda wish they had the 456 in something besides blue.
    Me Tarzan. Me like blue

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    oh...it's not bad. just kinda seems like the 'color of the moment'. kinda like pink seems to be for crossbikes or city bikes...what-have-you. your bike looks awesome and i'm sure it rides great.

    the blue won't keep me from buying one. but i guess i'm just happy with plain 'ol silver or grey myself.

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    Oh well, I guess when you own few bikes, your taste for the color changes so you choose such color might not choose if it was your only bike.

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    i see on on-one's site that they are getting some more geared inbreds in around early december. can't wait until they hit the u.s.......

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    Here's my inbred...
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    Just got my 456 together
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    I'll soon have something to add here! Wooohoo!

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    Something new coming soon (frame, not frame finish).

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    Something new coming soon (frame, not frame finish).
    MMMmmm.. looks nice... Sliding D/O 29er ??... very tidy disc mount... Whats the finish? the colour makes me think Ti or is it Ano?

    BTW: Found the people at the bike boutique very helpful, Got my 456 to Australia (WA) very quickly and we dont get anything quickly here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laika
    MMMmmm.. looks nice... Sliding D/O 29er ??... very tidy disc mount... Whats the finish? the colour makes me think Ti or is it Ano?

    BTW: Found the people at the bike boutique very helpful, Got my 456 to Australia (WA) very quickly and we dont get anything quickly here
    That's a 26in one with a zinc plate finish (done by one of our riders in the UK, not an option currently).

    Here's the raw 29er frame.


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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected]
    That's a 26in one with a zinc plate finish (done by one of our riders in the UK, not an option currently).

    Here's the raw 29er frame.
    Like the disc mount and sliding D/O ... is that 29er disc only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laika
    Like the disc mount and sliding D/O ... is that 29er disc only?
    Both the 26in and 29in bikes and frames will be disc only. It was cheaper and this one was all about price point :-).

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    Brant

    do you have a ballpark estimate on 26" frame price in the U.S.? Are you able to run a QR rear wheel and get enough chain tension without slipping? What's the ETA, I can't wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativeson
    do you have a ballpark estimate on 26" frame price in the U.S.? Are you able to run a QR rear wheel and get enough chain tension without slipping? What's the ETA, I can't wait!
    No prices yet, and it will need a chaintug (of course).

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    Geared 29'er Inbred

    Converted both the 29'er Inbred (and the 26'er Inbred) pictured above to gears. No new shot of the 26'er, but here's the 29'er in geared dress. My conclusion is that, due to weight, the Inbred just seems to work better as a SS rather than a gearie, so.....

    I just picked up a ScandAL frame, which will take the place of the 29'er Inbred frame as the geared 29'er in the arsenal. The Inbred 29'er will then be converted back to a SS.

    One can never have too many bikes, especially from On-One!!
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    Scandal

    Finally got the Scandal dialed in.

    Tale of the tape:

    On*One Scandal frame 19.5"
    Reba Race fork, 80mm travel
    Truvativ Stylo 1.1 cranks, external BB
    Chris King headset
    SRAM X-9 rear derailleur
    XT front derailleur
    SRAM X-7 shifters/grips
    SRAM 990 cassette
    SRAM 991 chain
    Avid Juicy 7 brakes/levers
    Bontrager stem, 31.8 clamp, 105mm x 7 degree rise
    Profile Designs Solar carbon riser bar, 26" width, 1.5" rise
    Sette APX alloy seatpost
    Selle Italia Flite Gel saddle
    Hope seatpost clamp
    Hope QR levers
    Hope Pro II hubs
    Stan's Flow rims
    DT Comp 14/15 spokes
    Maxxis Ignitor 29x2.1 front tire
    Kenda Small Block 8 rear tire
    Time ATAC pedals

    Weight is around 26 lbs, but the 300+ gram self sealing Bontrager tubes don't help!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jgsatl
    awesome looking bike! kinda wish they had the 456 in something besides blue. of course with my luck, the next generation 456 will be in pink or something.
    Not pink, but RED. Just yesterday I put a 25% deposit down on a nice new shiny red 18" 456. I was told the frame should be here in about 2 weeks, since there are no 456 frames in the US right now. At least, that's what Zedsport says.

    "If you suck, that means I'm better. The more you suck, the better I am. So. Let me count the ways you suck." - Scribb

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    anyone riding their 456's aggresively. i'm liking them cause - steel, price and geometry but i want something that can be used for small-medium jumps drops and basicaly used for AM riding. i know the chameleon and stifee can be used on dirt parks and 4x. how much can the 456 handle since it can run a long travel fork?

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    456

    I ride my 456 as a singlespeed all mountain bike with a six inch fork in the front. It might just be the perfect all mountain hardtail. I have thrown it off jumps and drops up to about 4 feet without any problems at all.

    I bought the On-One to replace a Surly Instigator. The Surly was a great bike but a bit to beefy to ride as a singlespeed on longer rides. The 456 feels every bit as strong and as stiff as the Surly (a dedicated freeride bike). I don't hesitate to take the 456 of drops and hammer downhills. Its a solid ride. Beefy enough to take what you can throw at it, but light enough to take on long rides without collapsing.

    I am sure you could press the 456 into service as a 4X bike or maybe some minor dirt jumping. If you want a dedicated DH or DJ hardtail though, I would look elsewhere. But if you want a solid AM, light FR hardtail, I think the 456 is one of the best out there.

    Plus On-One is a great company.

    Cheers

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    As soon as funds allow i am going to buy a 456 and at £149.00 in the UK i just can't let that opportunity pass.I have the standard Inbred and love it but what i want to do is run an Instigator fork on the 456 with a singlespeed kit(tensioner) and have a burly singlespeed that can take some abuse from time to time.Plus it comes in red at the mo and i love red bikes!!!

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    Thought I'd give this thread a small bump...

    I just finished building up my 456 frame this morning. Took her for a ride this arvo. She is incredibly fast, and comfier than I was expecting. Much faster on flowy singletrack than my Heckler, although I had a few moments when I forgot that I didn't have five inches in the rear anymore!

    I built her up on a bit of a budget using some spare drivetrain parts and controls. The frame, wheels and brakes are new (XC717s on XT hubs, Juicy 3s) as is the fork (RS Revelation 426 dual airs)

    She's a 1x9 at the moment simply because I didn't have a spare front derailleur or shifter. But the 32 toother up front feels spot on - I think I'll leave it as is. I think this is as close to a singlespeed as I'll ever get!

    Awesome ride, love it!
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    Very nice.

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    Scandal...

    The seat in the pic is gone replaced with a Titanico .
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    I treated myself to a 456 frame for my birthday. Can't wait to get it built up, but I can't decide what forks to get. Either Revelations or Pikes...? Want it to be an XC/AM bike, lighter than my '06 Enduro hopefully...

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    I was considering Revelations or Pikes when I built mine. I ended up going for the Revelations as they were lighter (3-400g) and I only weigh 140lbs so figured I didn't really need a through axle on my xc bike. I also have a Heckler with a 20mm Z1 for burlier riding.

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    Im leaning more towards the Pike due to the higer A-C measurement, and the slacker head angle that would give. With the Revelation I think it comes out around 69.5 degrees, whereas the Pike would be around 68.5/69. Am I likely to notice that difference though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil~M
    Im leaning more towards the Pike due to the higer A-C measurement, and the slacker head angle that would give. With the Revelation I think it comes out around 69.5 degrees, whereas the Pike would be around 68.5/69. Am I likely to notice that difference though?
    I am thinking about this right now..as I have a Pike sitting in a box....


    here's my Inbred (I have a shorter stem on it now though)

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    I'm thinking it's a bit academic really. The Pike has an A-C length of 518mm afaik, the Revelation is 508mm. You'd run less sag on the Revelation as it is a little shorter in travel - say a difference in A-C height of 7mm when sagged (3mm = 30% of sag difference.) 7mm is like a 0.25 degree change in head angle based on the old rule of 1" = 1 degree. I wonder what the manufacturing tolerances are on frame angles!

    I really think that the key thing to consider is the low weight of the Revs vs the stiffness of the Pikes. FWIW, I find that the Revs are stiff enough for the xc/trail riding that I normally do and had no dramas picking lines through techy bits.

    If you're concerned about flex and the front end being a little steep and don't mind a bit of extra weight, then the Pikes sound like what you're after.

    The alternative would be to get a Rev with a tall headset I suppose!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sov
    I'm thinking it's a bit academic really. The Pike has an A-C length of 518mm afaik, the Revelation is 508mm. You'd run less sag on the Revelation as it is a little shorter in travel - say a difference in A-C height of 7mm when sagged (3mm = 30% of sag difference.) 7mm is like a 0.25 degree change in head angle based on the old rule of 1" = 1 degree. I wonder what the manufacturing tolerances are on frame angles!

    I really think that the key thing to consider is the low weight of the Revs vs the stiffness of the Pikes. FWIW, I find that the Revs are stiff enough for the xc/trail riding that I normally do and had no dramas picking lines through techy bits.

    If you're concerned about flex and the front end being a little steep and don't mind a bit of extra weight, then the Pikes sound like what you're after.

    The alternative would be to get a Rev with a tall headset I suppose!
    I was starting to come to that conclusion myself. The Rev is £100 cheaper, and 1/2lb lighter then the Pike - I think I'd have more chance of noticing both of those over half a degree of head angle! Im not concerned with the stiffness, as theres plenty of 4X racers using the Rev. If its good enough for them...

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    wasn“t there a little rumour about a new steel 29er version of the scandal fixed proto with the bend seattube and short rear end?

    I wonder. Eurobike passed. Interbike passed. Nothing anounced on their webside.

    Maybe my memory “bout that is nothing but a wish, but...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pooka
    wasn“t there a little rumour about a new steel 29er version of the scandal fixed proto with the bend seattube and short rear end?

    I wonder. Eurobike passed. Interbike passed. Nothing anounced on their webside.

    Maybe my memory “bout that is nothing but a wish, but...
    IIRC onOne just releases new products are they are designed/produced... I don't remember a "fanfare launch" at the big shows before...

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    Crisillo, I love your bike !
    I want to do more or less the same, just geared with a 70mm stem

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    Quote Originally Posted by kali
    Crisillo, I love your bike !
    I want to do more or less the same, just geared with a 70mm stem

    thanks, kali!

    I don't have it anymore though...sold it to a buddy...

    I did run it with a 80mm syncros stem and loved the handling

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    My Inbred 456

    Built this up over the winter and finally have been getting some nice ride time on it.
    This bike is so much fun. It's so gratifying to build something up from scratch and have it turn out exactly as you envisioned it. The 456 frame was exactly what I was looking for for this build. Wasn't initially too thrilled about ordering a baby blue frame, but once I got it built up, I liked it.

    Edit: Just thought I'd add the build specs
    On One Inbred 456 Frame 18"
    2006 Marzocchi MarathonXC Fork set at 120mm
    Shimano M580 LX Crankset with BBG Bashguard
    Sram X7 9-speed shifters
    Sram X7 mid cage RD, Xgen FD
    Sram PG-970 11-32 cassette
    KMZ X9 chain
    Avid BB7 Discs with Speed Dial 7 brake Levers
    Cane Creek S3 headset
    Mavic XM321 rims with Deore disc hubs
    2.40 WTB Motoraptor tire up front.
    2.25 IRC Trailbear in back
    Azonic Fusion pedals
    Total weight is at right around 31 pounds, Frame weight was 5.15 pounds
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    Quote Originally Posted by trailville
    Edit: Just thought I'd add the build specs
    On One Inbred 456 Frame 18"
    2006 Marzocchi MarathonXC Fork set at 120mm
    Shimano M580 LX Crankset with BBG Bashguard
    Sram X7 9-speed shifters
    Sram X7 mid cage RD, Xgen FD
    Sram PG-970 11-32 cassette
    KMZ X9 chain
    Avid BB7 Discs with Speed Dial 7 brake Levers
    Cane Creek S3 headset
    Mavic XM321 rims with Deore disc hubs
    2.40 WTB Motoraptor tire up front.
    2.25 IRC Trailbear in back
    Azonic Fusion pedals
    Total weight is at right around 31 pounds, Frame weight was 5.15 pounds
    Nicely done. I made one small correction. See if you can find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tvrbob86
    Nicely done. I made one small correction. See if you can find it.
    It took me a loooooong time to find that (hard to catch your own mistakes). Good catch. I fixed it (nice to be able to edit posts). I own a couple forks from each so that's the excuse I'm going with.
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    Goodbye beautiful frame

    Only few days before receiving my new custom 29er frame. I just had to devote this post to my beloved 456 frame of which I used for almost two years for both single speed and gears. Fair well for another great frame
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