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On-One Deutschland Live!

On-One Deutschland Live!

On-One has cloned! The boffins have created a brand new website specially for our German cousins and to celebrate we're offering FREE SHIPPING to Germany this week only on ALL orders over €100!

Based in Germany, staffed by dedicated German speaking off-road MTB fanatics, the latest step in Yorkshire's global takeover campaign is really great news if you live in Germany. Check it out at:

You'll find a German language site fully supported with Germany-based customer service, and with the same level of passion found on On-One UK. With going live this week the German site is effectively taking orders and selling products. Orders over €100 get free shipping, so don´t hesitate.

The future looks bright for the countries new favourite online MTB specialists, having already found a cooperation partner in Europe´s Leading German Speaking 29er Forum ( and the International BIG WHEEL RACING Team. Applications for further cooperation partners are now taken by [email protected]

Herr On-One, Germany says: “ I am really excited to get on board with On-One here in Germany, because I believe the brand brings some unique traits and noteworthy products to the customer at a super competitive price … and what could be wrong about reaching out to satisfy customer´s needs the best way possible. There are bargains for everyone from bike enthusiast to weekend-warrior – just stop by”

So if you are German speaking and have struggled with our English speaking site all along (… or simply enjoy improving your German this way) – come and visit us under or better yet – set your bookmark there.

Feel free to drop a note to [email protected]

Your On-One team

Click HERE to visit On-One Deutchland and get FREE SHIPPING on all orders over €100 this week

Ps: If you already own an On-One bike and have cools pics with your bike to submit (I am thinking alpine scenery or with the Brandenburger Gate) – drop us a mail, you might one day find it on our new German page.

9 March 2011