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New Inbred Vertical Dropout Frame

The original (and many would say best) On-One looked briefly like it may have been axed due to a new, tougher CEN test that the original version failed. But never beaten, Stevo went back to the drawing board and re-designed the top tube with a very slightly larger diameter steel. Now it not only passes the CEN, it passes with 120mm forks too, meaning you can safely thrash around on longer travel forks, not that we've ever had any problems with the old model... bloody Brussels bureaucrats!!!

Slot drop out Inbreds are now in stock and as of today the classic vertical drop-out models are available for pre-order, with delivery expected early December. Though our slot drop-out frames are best if single speed compatibility is a must, the vertical drop-out frames are the ones to choose if you are running standard derailleur gears. And we've frozen the price at a very tempting £164.99 to boot!

Inbred's have found their way onto so many cool builds from rigid to 140mm travel, touring bikes, dirt jumpers and 4X, split coupling travel bikes, commuter bikes, 700c monster cross... I could go on... One of the most versatile frames ever made is now back for another session.

Grab yours now. The Vertical dropout model is available in a super-bling gold spangled gloss black and classic white whilst the slot dropouts are in green and red. Both are available in 14, 16, 18 and 20 inch frame sizes.

Buy an Inbred vertical dropout frame
Buy an an Inbred slot dropout frame


Check out two of our favourite vertical dropout Inbred Readers Rides below- thanks guys!

On-One Inbred Readers RidesOn-One Inbred Readers Rides

Buy an Inbred vertical dropout frame
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28 October 2010

Comments

  • ThomasH (On-One Team)

    Hi Dan, I wouldn't worry to be honest. The CEN classification changed recently which meant we had to change the Inbred top tube slightly by using a very slightly larger diameter steel. In real terms there is very little difference between your frame and the new CEN approved version.

  • Dan

    Hi I bought a single speed complete bike in 2002. I have had no problems with it. I am just wondering what the top tube length and other issues are as I have read on the web page? Do they affect me? Cheers Dan

  • JonB (On One Team)

    None, Martin! If it ain't broke...

  • Martin

    Other than the revised tubing size, what are the other changes over the Inbred mk1?

  • col

    When is next gen scandels to be done?

  • Paul

    When is the 29er version of the vertical dropout frame arriving?