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We won

We won

It's great to see that our Inbred frame remains the top of the pile, even facing up to big competition from some of the biggest bike brands in the world. The lastest What Mountainbike Magazine dropped onto our doormat yesterday, and we got to see the results of the review of the bike that we put together for them, in a hurry, a few months ago.

The production version of the complete bikes are in the pipeline right now - we have a movement towards complete bikes over the next few months - and our manufacturers are in the process of assembling them for us right now. 

As mentioned in the WMB copy, there's going to be an X5 model too - which will be here first, and a carbon X9 version.

Stay tuned, check back, and keep watching. Complete models will arrive from early May, just as the trails get buff and wonderful. 

In the meantime, if you can't wait - all our 29er frames are available here for you to "do it yourself".

http://www.on-one.co.uk/29er+AND+frame+AND+inbred

14 February 2012

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  • timl 19 February 2012
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    Hey guys, well done. Coincidentally, I have just finished my own build of this bike - I went for the swap-out model. It's my first time on a 29"; the maiden voyage was yesterday and the bike is incredible; I can easily say this is the best bike I have ever owned. Smooth, fast and it just feels unstoppable. I really am delighted, it has surpassed expectations. I went for the same Reba RL fork as in the WMB build, highly recommended. 2x 10 transmission, mostly XT but a Truvativ (SRAM) chainset. My favouite BB7 brakes with Goodridge cables. My only gripe is that I can't believe how you are planning to sell the complete bike for £1000. Much as I enjoyed my DIY build, I'd have definitely held out for this. Best wishes