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My On-One Inbred

rwalworthrwalworth Posts: 176
edited August 2009 in Your mountain bikes
This is my bike I just built -

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Frame: On One Inbred
Forks: Fox Float 32 RL
Bars: Easton E30
Stem: Easton Vice AM
Headset: Red Hope
Grips: Lizard Skins Peaty
Bar Ends: None

Front Brake Lever assy: Hope Tech X2
Front Caliper: Hope Tech X2
Front disc: Hope floating rotor 183mm
Rear Brake Lever assy: Hope Tech X2
Rear Caliper: Hope Tech X2
Rear Disc: Hope floating rotor 160mm
Hoses: Hope standard


Shifters: Shimano XT
Cables: Shimano XT
Front Mech: Shimano Deore
Rear Mech: Shimano XT
Chain Device: None

Seat: Fi'zik Zeak
Seat Post: Easton E50
Seat Post Clamp: Red Hope allen key

Cranks: Shimano XT 2008
Chainring(s): Shimano XT 2008
Chain: Sram
Cassette: Sram PG970
Pedals: Wellgo Mag V12 copies (white)
Bottom Bracket: Shimano XT

Front Wheel:
Rim: Mavic XC717
Spokes: DT swiss
Hub: Hope Bulb
Tube: Halfords
Tyre: Panaracer fire xc 2.1

Back Wheel:
Rim: DT Swiss 4.2
Spokes: DT swiss
Hub: Hope pro 2
Tube: Halfords
Tyre: DMR moto digger 2.3

Weight: haven't had a chance to weight it yet

Posts

  • boogercjboogercj Posts: 316
    Nice!! Wanna swap? :oops:

    Only kidding; good to see another inbred though :wink:
  • jairajjairaj Posts: 3,009
    hmm nice build, would be interested in knowing how much that weights?
  • jay12jay12 Posts: 6,306
    very nice. you have the exact same rear mech as i do :)
  • WhytepeakWhytepeak Posts: 2,616
    jay12 wrote:
    very nice. you have the exact same rear mech as i do :)

    some of us have to make do with an 04 Lx mech :o

    That is a nice bike, all the good kit in the right places :D
    Now that we are strong ought to bear the infirmities of the weak and not to please ourselves. ROMANS 15:1
  • rwalworthrwalworth Posts: 176
    Thanks for all the positive comments guys, yeah Jairaj I'm interested to know how much it weighs aswell, but I was on it for about 23 miles today and it didn't feel like it was dragging me down.

    There are a few finishing touches I want on it next month, some are cosmetic;

    Easton ec90 monkeylite bars
    Red Hope QR skewers
    Some new m4 bolts for my stem cause they've rusted (how do I stop this! seems no matter how much I clean and dry them they still get rusty)
  • jay12jay12 Posts: 6,306
    btw nice apples you have there :)
  • jairajjairaj Posts: 3,009
    rwalworth wrote:
    Some new m4 bolts for my stem cause they've rusted (how do I stop this! seems no matter how much I clean and dry them they still get rusty)

    A dab of grease on the bolt head keeps the rust away
  • Hi rwalworth,

    Nice bike 8)

    Can I just ask what size frame you have there as I'm trying to work out what mine will look like once its built up, it looks like a 17"?

    Also I take it that your forks are 140mm travel?

    Thanks,


    DMC :D
  • rwalworthrwalworth Posts: 176
    Forks were originally 140mm travel but I fitted 10mm spacers to decrease it to 130mm as it suits the bikes geometry more.

    Frame size is a 16'' as it recommended I go smaller rather than larger (as 17'' would be my natural size) and it seems to fit spot on.
  • I like that.....whites the new black!!!!

    R.
  • ramemtbersramemtbers Posts: 1,562
    i know someone whon has the same bike as that and they love it.
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