On-One Inbred

declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
edited September 2014 in Your mountain bikes
Here's how it looks after adding the Rebas and giving it a clean!

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Frame: On-One Inbred (20")
Forks: Rockshox Reba SL Dual Air (100mm)
Bars: Easton EA70 (685mm)
Stem: Exotic (90mm)
Headset: A Ritchey something or other
Grips: Lizard Skins Northshore
Bar Ends: No. Just no.

Front Brake Lever assy: Deore 615
Front Caliper: Deore 615
Front disc: RT66
Rear Brake Lever assy: Deore 615
Rear Caliper: Deore 615
Rear Disc: Tektro
Hoses: Deore 615


Shifters: Deore 615 i-Spec
Cables: Deore 615
Front Mech: Deore 615
Rear Mech: XT M786 Shadow+
Chain Device: None.

Seat: Charge Spoon
Seat Post: On-One Twelfty Sport
Seat Post Clamp: Standard QR

Cranks: Deore 615
Chainring(s): Deore 615
Chain: Deore 615
Cassette: Deore 615
Pedals: M520
Bottom Bracket: Deore 615

Front Wheel: Mavic Crossride
Tire: Continental Mountain King II 2.2"

Back Wheel: Mavic Crossride
Tire: Continental Mountain King II 2.2"

Weight: 13.5KG

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  • Dawesy92Dawesy92 Posts: 606
    Looks good mate, im contemplating seeling mine now tbh, i want a full suspension! :)
    Yours has come out at the same weight as mine too! :)
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    Dawesy92 wrote:
    Looks good mate, im contemplating seeling mine now tbh, i want a full suspension! :)
    Yours has come out at the same weight as mine too! :)

    Thanks :) Can't wait to get it onto some trails and see what it's like :D

    If you're only doing XC riding then I wouldn't get a FS bike - they're just heavy and slow!

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  • Dawesy92Dawesy92 Posts: 606
    Its all varied really what I ride, commute to work (roads and trails) red routes at trail centers and other random rides.. would like a full sus as just a do it all machine :)
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    Dawesy92 wrote:
    Its all varied really what I ride, commute to work (roads and trails) red routes at trail centers and other random rides.. would like a full sus as just a do it all machine :)

    If you do, try to get one with minimal pedalling feedback and/or a lockout rear shock (Giant Maestro is really good)!

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  • Antm81Antm81 Posts: 1,406
    declan1 wrote:
    If you're only doing XC riding then I wouldn't get a FS bike - they're just heavy and slow!

    I wouldn't call FS bikes heavy compared to your inbred, most are around the same weight, my trance weighed less last time it was on the scales
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    Antm81 wrote:
    declan1 wrote:
    If you're only doing XC riding then I wouldn't get a FS bike - they're just heavy and slow!

    I wouldn't call FS bikes heavy compared to your inbred, most are around the same weight, my trance weighed less last time it was on the scales

    Compared to the inbred, perhaps not. The inbred is a pretty heavy frame though. My FS frame was 1KG heavier! :shock:

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  • Lewis ALewis A Posts: 767
    It was a cheap full suss frame though...
    Cube Analog 2012 with various upgrades.
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    Lewis A wrote:
    It was a cheap full suss frame though...

    True :P Full suspension frames are generally heavier and less efficient than hardtails though.

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  • RussyhRussyh Posts: 1,375
    I dunno about that, i think there a place for both. I am much faster downhill then i ever was on my hardtail and slower uphill. But not by much. Unless i am racing i dont think the speed uphill really matters anyway. I have been looking at the On One 29ers lately thinking about making a light weight XC machine, but think i am just going to sort out my CX bike with some lighter components.
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    After its first ride yesterday:

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    Absolutely loved it - the frame is stiff but comfortable and great fun. Looking forward to many more rides on it! :mrgreen:

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  • Dawesy92Dawesy92 Posts: 606
    Any new upgrades to this yet??
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    Dawesy92 wrote:
    Any new upgrades to this yet??

    Believe it or not, no! I'm really pleased with it so far. It's great fun to ride and is fairly comfortable for a hardtail. Planning on maybe getting some Rebas for it in the future as the XC32s are not very good, and maybe going 1x10!

    Here's a photo from a ride down in Aviemore last weekend:

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  • Dawesy92Dawesy92 Posts: 606
    Looks good mate, mines being turned into a commute bike now, ive got my remedy for all offraof duties. ! :-)
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    Dawesy92 wrote:
    Looks good mate, mines being turned into a commute bike now, ive got my remedy for all offraof duties. ! :-)

    Thanks :) The Remedy looks like it will be great fun!

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  • felix.londonfelix.london Posts: 4,067
    declan1 wrote:
    Here's a photo from a ride down in Aviemore last weekend:

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    lovely shot. That's what it's all about hey
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  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    declan1 wrote:
    Here's a photo from a ride down in Aviemore last weekend:

    IMG_20140530_163202_zpse9fdb35d.jpg

    lovely shot. That's what it's all about hey

    Definitely - it was a beautiful relaxed ride around some really easy trails. I love it down there :mrgreen:

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  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    Latest update - 2009 Dual Air Reba SLs! They feel so much better than the XC32s and are about 600g lighter too :D

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  • Beautiful inbred mate. I'm a big inbred fan and love how they just look unfussy and simple. Nice spec too.
  • declan1declan1 Posts: 2,470
    Beautiful inbred mate. I'm a big inbred fan and love how they just look unfussy and simple. Nice spec too.

    Thanks! I love it - they're really fun to ride as well!

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