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Party like its 1999

 

 

I was dreaming when I wrote this. Forgive me if it goes astray. But when I woke up this mornin, coulda sworn it was judgment day. The sky was all purple, there were people running everywhere. Trying to run from the destruction, you know I didn't even care.

Not our words, the words of PRINCE. And he's talking about 1999, the year of the birth of on-one, and the year we first said, "yes... make them in white, like that sample there."

Fast forward lots of years, and we're back to making white inbreds again. Not all of them, but just our favourite classics. The Singlespeed 29er and Geared 26in Inbred are available in White again. And there are some new old favourites back. The Slot Dropout 29er reappears, and a new "vertical only" 29er frame for people that don't want to do anything other than fit things and ride. 

Here's the details:-

This is the vertical drop-out 26in version, for riders who intend to run a derailleur gear transmission. Cable routing is for fully-enclosed cables to keep out the horrid British muck. Or whatever local horrid muck you want to exclude. Huge mud room and chainring clearance stops things getting claggy.

The Inbred is designed for contemporary forks with up to 120mm travel and disc brakes.

 

Our Inbred 29er gives the steel hardtail a new turn of speed and an extra dose of comfort and fun! Ride it rigid with our carbon fork for the ultimate precision trail weapon. Ride it with suspension for a plush magic carpet ride with hardtail kick and power.

Amazing value and available in both frame only and frame and fork combos, the Inbred 29er blows all the opposition apart. 

Gains an ISCG tab for 2012.

 

 Our Multi-Use Slot Dropout frame features:-

Aircraft grade double butted 4130 cro-mo frame 
Ride standard gears, single speed or hub gear. 
Huge tyre clearance 
Headset type: external 1 1/8 inch  
Proven geometry.

It's ideal for people wanting to run singlespeed or geared, or a hub gear.

 

 All new and back to our roots. A true Singlespeed frame, this time for BIG wheels.

No 650B halfway house - this is full bore 29in goodness.

Big wheels roll faster over lumpy ground, that's a scientific fact. Our Inbred 29er gives the steel hardtail a new turn of speed and an extra dose of comfort and fun! Ride it rigid with our carbon fork for the ultimate precision trail weapon. Ride it with suspension for a plush magic carpet ride with hardtail kick and power.

 

 More revised on-one frames coming over the next few weeks, including a brand new "EVO" 456 model. 

Stay tuned!

 

7 February 2012

Comments

  • Phil 13 February 2012
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    Question re chainstay tyre clearance on the 29ers - is it the same as my current slot drop out frame or have you tweaked a bit. My only criticsm of these frames is that 2.4 ardents are a bit of a squeeze and big tyres are a all round good thing on a rigid bike!

  • steve 10 February 2012
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    cant agree with previous poster - thank xxxx for a return to old skool graphics. those swap versions were/are a graphic mess. still ..dont get me wrong ..I bought the mrs one for a touring frame ..but now I can get myself a new commuter that comes sans clip art on the TT. still - each to their own...although Im right obviously ;)

  • Tim 8 February 2012
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    Glad I went for one of the "old" swap-out frames (despite the calliper mounts and some doubts about the swap-out) - running a naked cable under the downtube is much neater and easier to maintain than a tangle mess of fully enclosed cables under the toptube. Also, what are you doing with the colours? Orange is OK, but the others look like an M+S trouser range; teal, sand....how about navy blue and grey next? Snap up the swap-outs while they're still there.

  • jon b 7 February 2012
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    I still want a slot drop* out 456 :( * or sliding or EBB

  • BrantR (On-One Team) 7 February 2012
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    Table needs updating!

  • HendrikO 7 February 2012
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    Great selection of drop-outs, great price and some great colours (teal!!!) Just one quick question: 71° or 72° head angle on 18" 29er Inbred frames? - table given for white Lim. Edition SS 29er Inbred says 72° - Brant said "71° for all 29er Inbred frame sizes" on ST forum