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OnOne Codeine

Caveman_ChrisCaveman_Chris Posts: 135
edited September 2016 in Your mountain bikes

On One Codeine 29er
RS Yari 140mm
RS monarch debonair RT3 fitted with one offset bush
Hope tech enduro wheelset (pro evo 2)
Xt m785 brakes 203mm f/180mm r
Xt m800 11 speed
Raceface cranks with renthal 32t chainring
WTB volt saddle (managed to grab a barely used one off of eBay in Orange)
ODI grips
Funn 785mm bar and 45mm stem
DMR vault pedals
Schwable hans dampf/nobby Nic
'14 Whyte T129s-*DEAD*
OnOne Codeine 29er


  • Had this a couple weeks now and I'm pretty happy with the suspension set up now. After having a play around with the fork, removing a token (it comes with three installed) I decided to put it back in as it was a little dive prone under heavy braking. The shock was easier once I realised that you need to cycle the shock with 100psi before pumping it right up. Before this, over lumpy, hard, dirt it would vibrate terribly as if the rebound it far too slow.

    Other than that it been great in my local woods. On rough descents (big stone steps especially) it's a case of pick a line and holding on. The only climbs I have are either long hard pack grinds or short steep blasts with nothing technical about them.
    '14 Whyte T129s-*DEAD*
    OnOne Codeine 29er
  • I really like these, nearly bought one to replace my Mega TR, but bought my Trigger instead....
  • That looks so good, sorely tempted by a frame swap for the parkwood.....
    Handbuilt Steel 29er
    Carbon Stumpjumper
    Ribble Gran Fondo
  • I was temted to buy one but their sizing is on the small side, if they update it like the 27.5 codeine it would fit taller guys or those who prefer a longer bike better
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