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Stolen On One Inbred slot dropout Posted by Stolen Bike Listings on September 24th, 2007 at 8:29 pm * New On-One Inbred 18″ frame, Red, with the slotted rear dropouts and disc mount inside the stays.


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Now I've ridden it, a few observations.
Good: - Unbeatable value for money.
When they say 50mm chainline, that's for any size of ring.
You can run a 38T a few mm narrower than that.
Bad: - Bizarre frame geometry means you'll need the longest seatpost available, a short stem and either tons of headset spacers or a very high-rise stem.
Go down a size, and you won't be able to get a seatpost long enough.
Go up a size, and you won't be able to reach the bars.
The seatclamp holds it OK, but only when done up really tight.
Overall I like it a lot, but they really should rethink that geometry.
I use a Kona Project Two fork about 445mm long and the handling is spot on.
I like the geometry on mine.
There again I have really short legs and a really long body and arms relatively so maybe that's the difference.
Also you have your seat way higher than mine relative to the bars.
I got mine built up so can't comment on the frame on one inbred slot dropout frame />I love mine which I run ss but not fixed.
They do lean slightly more toward to the jump-bikey side of things so the tiny stand over height is understandable.
Well they've sold well enough with that geometry for quite a while!
I've had two 18" and one 16" Inbreds over the years and found them a good fit.
Only as I approached 60 did I start to find them a bit too long in the top!
There isn't much paint left where my heel scrapes the seatstay - they on one inbred slot dropout frame within the circle described by my size 10.
I suppose running a 3mm narrower chainline than recommended is a factor, as is my slightly knees-in, toes-out style, but the stays are VERY check this out and I think I'd hit them anyway.
They aren't going to have the off set in the crank needed to give heel clearance with a MTB frame.
Compare a road on one inbred slot dropout frame arm with a MTB one and it's very noticable.
Thats what they say but they look like they get used with a long BB to fit the granny ring in, this was common in the 80s and early 90s.
I bet they are identical to a double, compare them with something like recent deore or on one inbred slot dropout frame FSA MTB chainset, I bet the MTB chainsets step out a lot more.
An update: into its third week of commuting, and it is definitely more satisfactory than the Cannondale in terms of the ride quality.
I don't know whether to leave it on V-brakes or not; they don't drag, they weigh less and they feel loads better than the Hope M4 disc brake, but I did spend a lot of time and money building a front disc wheel even though the brake itself was half price.
Rim wear is minimal on the front of a fixie, too.
The setup is ideal for a commuter fix: weight well back, so I can forget to pedal or brake really hard without going over the bars.
Like the Cannondale, it's one hell of a climber too.

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Not quite finished with my fixed road bike build and I m already planning a SS mtn bike build.
I have a rough idea of what set up I would like, but I am having trouble deciding between the following two frames.
It looks like the best would be an EBB as you wouldnt need to adjust the disc brakes each time time on one inbred slot dropout frame adjust the chain, but I dont really know much about either.
Any veiws on this or these frames much appreciated.
Can learn more here find a Kona Unit, Voodoo something can't remember the name or Orange P7 for a sensible price?
They all have Paragon-esque drop outs which make setting up discs a lot easier.
Just realised that I have posted this on one inbred slot dropout frame the wrong section, meant to post under bikes n bits.
Bugger that was top of me list.
Could go OTP with a Jamis Exile, but the brakes and suspension seem too good to discard yet too poor to keep based on reviews.
Dialled would be my only choice if I was after another SS.
Much nicer finish and feel and just a sense of higher quality.
Both actually ride okay though.
I don't think Dialled Mike has any Love Hates left, I've emailed him this thread.
I have 3 Dialled's and love each and every one.
I've owned a horizontal dropout, an EBB and an ENO hub, and the EBB is bar far the most elegant, as well as th easiest to live with solution IMHO.
Thanks all, for some really usefull info.
Sounds like its Dialled all the way if I can track one down.
I'll definitely be looking for something with a EBB though.
Phil wood EBBs just slide in cos it's simply an elegantly machined lump of aluminium that you install a BB into.
Phil wood BBs no E need special tools to install.
Am I right in thinking the phil EBB is the bit that fills the oversized hole and carries any BB.
The salient point being that the bike comes with the EBB but not a BB, you need to buy one of those seperate like.
Because I'm getting the impression Smallfurry thinks he's getting a BB.
Seems good for the price allowing for delivery customs etc.
Seems good for the price allowing for delivery customs etc.
I'd say it was a bit long, deffo in the chainstay department.
Been on the Dialedbikes site a hundred times and never noticed the pic of the EBB sans BB.
Fair play I'm a plank.
I kinda have my heart set on a 110.
Should put me in chainline heaven.
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Hey guys, On one inbred slot dropout frame finally completed my build.
It started out as a fork upgrade for my old Scott Voltage YZ-1, which culminated with me ordering an Inbred frame.
The difference is astounding.
The Inbred handles like a dream, and fits me a lot better than the Voltage.
Anyway, here are a few on one inbred slot dropout frame The fork was at 100mm on the voltage, and is at 115mm now.
It also had a 75mm rise bar.
The specs: On-One Inbred 26er slot dropout 18" RockShox Reba SL 2006 - used Wheels Shimano MT65 used Shimano SLX m675 brakes with 160mm rotors front and back Truvativ Hussefelt cranks with Howitzer bb RaceFace Narrow-Wide 34T single ring SLX 11-36 cassette SLX Shadow+ rear derailleur XT I-spec mount shifter Nobby nic 2.
Love On One stuff.
Love the frame in black too.
Hows the narrow wide doing?
Is the shadow a clutch derailleur?
Got an inbred myself in SS but I have a 140mm pike on it its awesome and weird and I love it.
With shimano whenever you see shadow+ its got a clutch.
The plus is the clutch part.
Shadow just means something I don't remember.
Awesome, I want to upgrade to a suspension fork, but I just wanted to make something cheap and simple.
But rigid doesn't half give you some arm pump after a on one inbred slot dropout frame descent!
Two that's why I got the one free watch for online money inbred too it's super simple.
Got that coil Pike for 50 bucks and rebuilt myself so about as simple as it gets.
I can even drop it to 95mm for casual rides and bike polo.
Yeah, the price to quality ratio is phenomenal.
The RD is in fact a clutch derailleur.
The NW ring works wonders.
I've been running it a few months on the other frame, and now on this one without a single dropped chain.
Awesome I've been looking to get one on my FS stumpy and go 1x11.
My friend has a raceface one and swears by it too!
Its an Identiti Rebate XL jump fork.
I will be building a street bike soon so that will go onto that bike and I'll get 130ish mm travel fork for this one.
Yeah it runs perfectly.
It's just dusty in the pic!
I also lube it frequently to ensure smooth running.
Edit: I wiped it off as on one inbred slot dropout frame as I got home from the ride, like I always do.
Edit2: by lube it I mean I take the lowers off, clean it, change the oil and soak the foam rings in oil.
Sorry what is a inbred?
Nice bike I really like that second frame!
Also how are those pedals working for you?
The Inbred is the black frame, while the blue is the old, Voltage one.
The Voltage is gonna fulfill commuter duty now.
The pedals are good, I've had some foot pain at first but it seems to have gone away.
The only issue I have is that they get unreliable in mud no click when clipping in Nice to see that I'm not the only one who didn't jump on the 26er bandwagon.
None of the shops in Denver even carry them anymore!
I'd love a 26er right now.
If I could find someone desperate for a 29er and wanted to swap I'd do it haha.
I'm a roadie at heart so only ride my mountain bike for a bit of light relief and fun.
Something the 29er doesn't really feel like.
Since they called it The Inbred they should have made it a 69er.
Just to get weird and fun with it.
But the 69er is actually a thing.
It would just be more fitting for this name to have it be an oddity.
The black looks great imobut is a bitch to maintain.
It attracts dust and fingerprints like crazy.
I have a black rigid 1x9 Inbred with XT rear mech and shifter, exotic carbon fork and deore hydraulics as my on one inbred slot dropout frame was running out.
Brilliant bike as well, prefer it to my older rigid SS '96 Kona Fire Mountain.
I picked SLX as everybody on reddit was saying that basically, deore, slx, and XT are the same, with each having more features and lower weight.
So I picked the SLX which came as a set with both brakes, rotors and adapters.
I can't see myself riding rigid.
I rode a friends road bike and man, was it harsh.
Btw, why go all carbon on a steel frame?
The frame kind of defeats the purpose of low weight.
I'd also heard good things about going rigid xbox live gold codes for xbox you choose your lines etc.
I chose the exotic carbon forks because I'd found them for cheap and heard that they would be a ton lighter than the forks I'd on one inbred slot dropout frame on before.
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So UGI got the best of me and today I received my new Slot Dropout Inbred frame.
I left work a bit early.
I also continue reading a new set of hoops from CRC to go with the frame.
I still need to zip tie the brake lines and set the chain length, but it's already 11pm over here and I rather sleep and finish tomorrow.
You can find some pics below yes I will cut the steerer.
Tires: Kenda Nevegal 2.
What does shipping run from UK to US?
Ran out of budget before getting the drivetrain??
Ran out of budget before getting the drivetrain??
I would NOT commit blasphemy and put derailleurs on it Thanks!
I would NOT commit blasphemy and put derailleurs on it Cris.
Is that a Hope hub?
I'd like to convert mine to fun-bolts, but mine is a Bulb.
Is that a Hope hub?
I'd like to convert mine to fun-bolts, but mine is a Bulb.
Hope Pro 2 10mm bolt-on axle.
I might convert the QR rear Pro source on the 575 funky looking brake mountsyeah.
Adjustment takes some care from my initial impressions.
I still need to adjust the brakes.
Adjustment takes some care from my initial impressions.
I still need to adjust the brakes.
What if you make the axle and brake mounts to be on a single plate with an adjuster like on the other dropout??
So you slide the whole thing while adjusting for tension and the brake pads are always in the same position relative to the rotor?
While tension on the chain is paramount, correct positioning of the brake pads over the rotor is too and it would be nice to get rid of the guesswork there.
What if you make one for all tv codes list axle and brake mounts to be on a single plate with an adjuster like on the other dropout??
So you slide on one inbred slot dropout frame whole thing while adjusting for tension and the brake pads are always in the same position relative to the rotor?
While tension on the chain is paramount, correct positioning of the brake pads over the rotor is too and it would be nice to get rid of the guesswork there.
On-One used to do a sliding dropout model.
Brant OnOne said they went for this design to be able to offer the frame at an even lower pricepoint than before less parts and a little lighter.
I bolted everything up and the brakes were already bitting as they should.
I understand your concern, I have it too, but it seems to be something easy to set up by a decent "wrench".
After seeing this frame I no longer think frames that employ both horizontal dropouts track ends, whatever and a rear disc brake are stupid.
In fact, I really like the caliper placement!
I'm digging the caliper placement.
I've adjusted the brakes and installed the chain.
Anyone 6ft 4 riding a 20" inbred?
Pete hi Crissillo, Thats really nice - i got big frame envy and my finger just hovered over the 'add to cart' button on the site.
Thanks for the compliments.
I swapped from a 19" Zion 853 EBB and this is an 18 incher.
I guess the 20" Inbred could fit you.
Is that a spank paddle in the background?
PeteLOL that's just a "fan" we got in korea last year.
Can I have it?
It has already been claimed A local buddy will build it up with.
What does shipping run from UK to US?
Noosa, I talked to Brant OnOne and he said that zedsport On-One's US dealer should have their frames available any day now.
I do like the clean design, but I still believe that sliding dropouts are a great idea.
The only thing that I would prefer on my sliding dropout Inbred on one inbred slot dropout frame for the brake mounts to be on the sliders, not the frame.
I do have to make minor adjustments to the caliper when moving the wheel i.
I do like the clean design, but I still believe that sliding dropouts are a on one inbred slot dropout frame idea.
The only thing that I would prefer on my sliding dropout Inbred is for the brake mounts to be on the sliders, not the frame.
I do have to make minor adjustments to the caliper when moving the wheel i.
I do see your point.
I will wait and pass judgment on this setup after riding it for a while and maybe change a couple flats or something well I went for a short "break in" ride.
I guess the low top tube helps a lot on that.
Some more pics at rest did I say clearance was good Ad shot Climb, Inbred, climb!
Rider's view Resting again hi Crissillo, Thats really nice - i got big frame on one inbred slot dropout frame and my finger just hovered over the 'add to cart' button on the site.
Anyone 6ft 4 riding a 20" inbred?
PeteI'm 6'4" with a 34" inseam and ride a 20" Inbred.
Mine is an 853 with gears The fit is great, feels like I've been riding it for years.
Long and low is the best way to describe it - effective top tube is about 24" so a short stem is a good idea.
Oh, and thanks for the pics, crisillo.
You have excellent taste in bikes!
Alex Oh, and thanks for the pics, crisillo.
You have excellent taste in bikes!
You have great taste in bikes too I had actually seen your bike already in flickr before I bought mine.
I got two on my 'old' slot dropout Inbred and I find that easier to fine tune the wheel in the frame and it won't move a mm.
No sliding wheel when braking?
Very nice also very red How well does it work with one chaintug?
I got two on my 'old' slot on one inbred slot dropout frame Inbred and I find that easier to fine tune the wheel in the frame and it won't move a mm.
No sliding wheel when braking?
I got only one chain tug under Brant's recommendation.
I had a discussion with him and he insisted that only one is necessary.
I had my doubts.
As you say, I see how a second one could help when aligning the wheel on the brake side, but I just tighten the bolts a bit and shift it when adjusting the brake side.
I assume you have to slacken and take the chain off the chainring.
Stu when in SS configuration how easy is rear wheel removal?
I assume you have to slacken and take the chain off the chainring.
Stumine is SS configuration and you assume correctly it is quite easy.
I realised yours was SS Stu Straying a little off-topic but to remove my wheel I usually push the chain off the chainring up front.
This is possible even though I run my chain pretty tight.
When mounting it again I do this in reverse order, so the last thing to do is to pull the chain up the ring again by turning the cranks.
Even more off topic, I don't get why there seem to be no frame builders that use a forward fascing dropout.
I've got one of these om my vintage SS roadbike and imho it works better than track ends.
Everything stays put with the small screws in the dropouts and you can run standard OR.
Wheel removal is very easy because you're releasing the tension when you push the wheel out.
But anyway, back on topic.
I really like the discmount on the On-One even though I'm prettty much a V-brake last of the mohicans I'd think a standard mount would be a pain when you want to remove the wheel.
How does that screw do anything than act as a backstop for wheel positioning?
A chaintug works by stopping the drive side from slipping forward under pressure.
That is why you only need one tug - on the driveside.
BTW, you are not the only one who would like to see V mounts as well as a disc mount.
Brant is aware there are a few of us who would buy a frame otherwise.
Most Brit designers are guilty of this.
Blame cost and asthetics.
Brit designers are guilty of this.
Blame cost and asthetics.
I would say its cheaper to make a bike with both than make 2, one with each type as brant hinted.
I would say its cheaper to make a bike with both than make 2, one with each type as brant hinted.
I am very happy they did so.
Acording to a discussion on STW last week the V bosses would add approx £20 to the £139 Slotted Inbred.
I didn't realise it was 139 quid.
I wonder if the rohloff speedbone works on the disk mount.
Stu I wonder if the rohloff speedbone works on the disk mount.
I don't think they will.
However, if you look at how a Rohloff works, all you need to do is to stop the "torque arm" rotating under load.
I think if I can get that to rest on the upper surface of the dropout on the "seatstay" sectionand retain that nicely with a little widget bolting into the M5 hole on the back for mudguards we might be in business.
All the loads from the drive will go "into " the frame and the little doo-hickey should stop it flopping off.
But I need to try it :- Brant, I am looking at building up one of the inbred 29ers.
What are the other options for disk Brakes that will fit inside the rear triangle.
Also, when will Zedsport be selling these things?
How does that screw do anything than act as a backstop for wheel positioning?
A chaintug works by stopping the drive side from slipping forward under pressure.
That is why you only need one tug on one inbred slot dropout frame on the driveside.
There's a screw on each side so they keep the wheel in position.
If the axle can't move backwards on the left side it can't move forward on the on one inbred slot dropout frame side.
Once upon a time all roadbikes where like this.
It worked for Eddy Merckx.
I know one chaintug is probably enough but like I said before, two makes wheel allignment easier, to get the wheel just right in between those V-brakes I must admit I was tempted by the new Inbreds, but I'm stiil to happy with my 'old' Inbred, even in the mud.
Man, do they ride well Brant, I am looking at building up one of the inbred 29ers.
What are the other options for disk Brakes that will fit inside the rear triangle.
Also, when will Zedsport be selling these things?
It's far easier and very lazy of me to simply say that "BB7's and 5's don't work".
And when I say "work" I mean "work across the whole throw of the dropout" - as they do work towards the front half already with a 160mm rotor.
See customers pics so please don't link inline images here:- I don't think they will.
However, if you look at how a Rohloff works, all you need to do is to stop the "torque arm" rotating under load.
I think if I can get that to rest on the upper surface of the dropout on the "seatstay" sectionand retain that nicely with a little widget bolting into the M5 hole on the back for mudguards we might be in business.
All the loads from the drive will go "into " the frame and the little doo-hickey should stop it flopping off.
But I need to try it :- You might already know this, but its worth mentioning anyway just incase you don't and you start playing with rohloff friendly ideas.
As long the do hicky is designed to take torque either way.
The other solution is to just use a regular old fasioned torque arm.
Stu As long the do hicky is designed to take torque either way.
Took a standard 'wood' bolt with domed head.
Made it an M4 so it would fit in the same hole as the old one without need for major re-threading or other things.
Cut the length down just a tad.
Took a standard 'wood' bolt with domed head.
Made it an M4 so it would fit in the same hole as the old one without need for major re-threading or other things.
Cut the length down just a tad.
What else should I have done on my day off while it was raining.
And in a country where a 'hill' is a 4m 12ft high bridge?
That is one nice frame.
Its a shame it doesnt take rim brakes though,I would buy one otherwise.
Keep your eyes on the on-one site.
Brant mentioned before that 180mm would possibly fit without modification.
It has been a blast so far!
I know this thread is kinda old, but I was wondering if maybe someone saved the pics from post 53 and 54 and would mind posting them again for me.
I still have the pictures on my server at home.
I am on holidays at the moment and my server has crashed.
It will be on-line again within 2 weeks.
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Stolen On One Inbred slot dropout Posted by Stolen Bike Listings on September 24th, 2007 at 8:29 pm * New On-One Inbred 18″ frame, Red, with the slotted rear dropouts and disc mount inside the stays.


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The current slot dropout version, that is.
On-One specify a 50mm chainline, which is rather difficult with fixed easy enough for SS.
Goldtecs are about 46.
Did you have to crimp the RH chainstay?
What size ring are you using?
I've done this and it gives me the same chain line fixed and free on a mtb that would not take a lesser chianline.
Buy a single speed disk hub such as the on-one, one grammar!
I've done this and it gives me the same chain line fixed and free on a mtb that would not take a lesser chianline.
Crimping the chainstay basically squeezing a long dent into it is common practice - most MTB frames are already crimped on the inside for tyre clearance or the outside for chainring clearance.
If it is more than a tiny dent I'd get Argos Cycles to do it.
There are, apparently, no 36h black fixed hubs in existence with a wider chainline than the Goldtec.
I may have to go the bolt-on route, which would be a shame as I like Goldtecs I've been using one on the track bike for years.
I know people are running Inbreds with Goldtecs, but the older Inbred had slightly more chainring clearance.
You can space a fixed sprocket on a fixed hub, just no more than say 2mm.
Depends on the hub, cog and lockring combo, I suppose.
I have 1mm each side with absolutely no issues.
Crimping the chainstay basically squeezing a long dent into it is common practice - most MTB frames are already crimped on the inside for tyre clearance or the outside for chainring clearance.
If it is more than a tiny dent I'd get Argos Cycles to do it.
This sounds like a very tricky solution to pull off.
But I agree it'll work fine.
You may need to watch out for crank arm clearance, but I should'nt think so on a MTN frame.
There are, apparently, no 36h black fixed hubs in existence with a wider chainline than the Goldtec.
I may have to go the bolt-on route, which would be a shame as I like Goldtecs I've been using one on the track bike for years.
It could be worth picking up some fixed spacers, and a cheap BB or two and see what works.
I can't tell you exactly what BB you need because I don't know what crank you are using.
Yes the sprocket sits 46.
No BB is going to correct this.
Hitting on one inbred slot dropout frame frame with a hammer will allow a shorter BB to be used and show it whos boss :S.
It would mean that the crankset was on one inbred slot dropout frame />I just got the impression the OP was unhappy about the idea of using hub spacers.
They do some nice geared frames.
Another question would be; why are thousands of people buying geared road bikes and running them with one gear?
I think maybe changing hubs is the nicer option rather than hurting a poor innocent frame : The hubs are worth more than the frame I'd imagine ; Seriously though.
Theres nothing to loose except maybe a wasted BB purchase if the final chainstay clearance is'nt enough.
this web page gear and single speed setup.
My original thoughts for the winter bike were: Inbred + Alfine hub + On-One rigid fork.
Would make a fantastic to download games on xbox one weather commuter do they still have rack mounts?
Try comparing the cost of that build, with your typical hub geared trekking bike.
Its like a third of the cost.
The only reason I did'nt do it was because I had more parts to go the cycloX route.
Probably no help, but I have an ooooooooooold Inbred with a 135OLN Goldtec hub.
I can just get away with a 42t ring haven't tried bigger, but it looks iffy.
I use a Campag Veloce triple 113mm spindle?
So to reiterate, no help at all.
Probably no help, but I have an ooooooooooold Inbred with a 135OLN Goldtec hub.
I can on one inbred slot dropout frame get away with a 42t ring haven't tried bigger, but it looks iffy.
I use a Campag Veloce triple 113mm spindle?
So to reiterate, no help at all.
No, that is helpful because it's more or less what I'm trying to do.
I don't know what the recommended chainline for the old Inbred was, though.
Hopefully there's only a couple of mm in it and the crimp will be so tiny it won't even break the paint.
There's a good series of photos here showing the DIY approach: What gearing are you running or trying to run that is causing the problem?
And that was factory crimped not diy bashing crimped.
What gearing are you running or trying to run that is causing the problem?
And that was factory crimped not diy bashing crimped.
I want to run 41 x 15, and it's for road use.
It fits OK on my Cannondale M1000 frame, but that has vertical dropouts and the ENO hub never worked properly for me - it kept creeping every time I rode up a steep hill.
Hence the frame swap.
I want to run 41 x 15, and it's for road use.
It fits OK on my Cannondale M1000 frame, but that has vertical dropouts and the ENO hub never worked properly for me - it kept creeping every time I rode up a steep hill.
Hence the frame swap.
Track frames with huge chainrings look cool.
MTN frames with uber small chainrings look cool.
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My flash Harry racer nephew would often turn his nose up at my old man mudguards, a few wet bum training rides later and look what I found on his Langster.
Tom on one inbred slot dropout frame the forks for a pair with larger clearances, which required a longer brake, the rear is close but works OK with a slim 700x23c tyre My.
I have a ceramic DT XR 4.
I see what you mean.
I don't have a spirit level to check but I think you may be right - the wheels + tyres are slightly different sizes.
It's not so much 'the wrong way' - it's meant to be horizontal - but I think on one inbred slot dropout frame probably is a fraction of a degree off.
Either that or Kenwood House is wonky.
Forward sloping is good on some bikes, looks really fast and aggressive, probly the tyres or house though!
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It's a '63 SS-T I bought from Gerry Shields near me.
It's a '63 SS-T On one inbred slot dropout frame bought from Gerry Shields near me.
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New to this forum so need a bit of help.
Am considering an On Go here inbred frame to start my build.
I know there is some debate bout said bike frame, so which frame should i get?
Are on one inbred slot dropout frame any allternatives at the same price?
And has anyone got one for sale?
Oh is the new inbred a decent frame or no?
Go easy as im new here.
I think at that price £139 i cant go wrong right?
May be a little heavy at 5lb but i carry that in sarnies.
I personally like the Inbred frames.
Like you said not particularly light but for the money they ride really well.
Are you thinking of 26 or 29er frame?
Hey…Im thinking 26 as not to sure about 29er.
Should i have a preference?
Im a newbie to mountain biking so forgive my ignorance.
Should i on one inbred slot dropout frame the 29er.
I have to buy all parts for my build so nothing set in stone yet If you have never ridden a mountain bike before the 29ers are supposed to give you a bit of an advantage over rough stuff if you are a novice at technical riding.
Does a 29er mean more weight?
I suppose it does.
Prob a stupid question.
Im a novice at technical riding so should i go for a 29er.
Seems that a lot of people are opting for a 29er but maybe they are for people who would know the difference in riding situations, where as i would probably not.
If you know anyone point them this way.
Im looking for a frame inbred 18inch so if anyone close to Bristol has one i can collect and have cash.
Or if anyone has one and can sort it via post that would be cool to.
Gotta a few days before im gonna bite the bullet and buy a new frame.
A on one inbred slot dropout frame hand inbred frame off these here classifieds was my first bike.
Both were 26 flavour.
I really advise you to go Scandal instead of Inbred, it is just so much more enjoyable on one inbred slot dropout frame ride.
Ive had a look at that also.
And same geometery as the Inbred.
Do you prefer it because its a lighter frame?
I have the slot drop out and run gears and its fine.
Its best to add chain tugs however.
I have the slot drop on one inbred slot dropout frame and run gears and its fine.
Its best to add chain tugs however.
To me that is like driving a left hand drive car https://free-slots-money.website/one/one-for-all-universal-remote-control-codes-list.html the UK.
Works OK but a bit armed borderlands bandit slot machine one a PITA.
Not really as there is no downside, it works equally well and gives you the option to go singlespeed later.
Having the wheel on the wrong side is a PITA all the time, my slot dropout never occurs to me and it was the colour I wanted.
When I ordered the frame On One told me it was suitable for either and they were right.
Its your choice but you did infer that it wasnt suitable which isnt correct.
Got my eye on an apple green,just exchanging emails at present.
Might go for it as one of my favourite colours, and it has slot drop outs.
So wanted to be sure.
Faffing bout not my strong points but if it doesnt really make a difference then i might take the plunge.
Yes, when I built mine the first time out given I have the power output of Cancellara!
Speak to On One, More info did and On one inbred slot dropout frame told them I wanted learn more here run it geared, he said no issue.
What size frame are you after?
I have a nice set of fox f100 to suit it as well.
Thought On One Inbreds were gas pipes?
Anyone got an 18 inch frame for sale?
Last chance before a new one is purchased.
I was gonna hold out for an apple green, but think a new matte black will do.
But they seem to be out of stock.
Chain tugs: not relevant unless you are single speeding.
I almost pulled the trigger on 456 before deciding it was too much like my Chameleon.
If you on one inbred slot dropout frame regular gears you want vertical drops.
The nutted axle meant I didnt need to run chain tugs for SS.
Can ping you sone picks if interested?
Chameleon loads slot style too.
Does make wheel change a bit of a pain at times compared to vertical.
Too much let downs and too much rigmoral to be able to buy stuff here.
For what im saving i might aswell just pay 139 and be done.
Matt black is out of stock at the mo, ha go figure.
Anyways i thought i would re bike cycle on here but it seems not too many for sale,frames anyway.
No offence to yours but i couldnt stand the gold.
So anyone with a decent On-One inbred for sale?
Ive been in contact with a couple of people on here but the frame wasnt right!
One was lime green and battered and one was gold which i couldnt stand.
And one fell through as i think he wants to sale whole bike instead of the frame.
Please email me pics if you have one for sale.

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Not quite finished with my fixed road bike build and I m already planning a SS mtn bike build.
I have a rough idea of what set up I would like, but I am having trouble deciding between the following two frames.
It looks like the best would be an EBB as you wouldnt need to adjust the disc brakes each time time you adjust the chain, but I dont really know much about either.
Any veiws on this or these frames much appreciated.
Can you find a Kona Unit, Voodoo https://free-slots-money.website/one/one-for-all-universal-remote-control-codes-list.html can't remember the name or Orange P7 for a sensible price?
They all have Paragon-esque drop outs which make setting up discs a lot easier.
Just realised that I have posted this in the wrong section, meant to post under bikes n bits.
Bugger that was top of me list.
Could go OTP with a Jamis Exile, but the brakes and suspension seem too good to discard yet too poor to keep based on reviews.
Dialled would be my only choice if I was after another SS.
Much nicer finish and feel and just a sense of higher quality.
Both actually ride okay though.
I don't think Dialled Mike has any Love Hates left, I've emailed him this thread.
I have 3 Dialled's and love one slot and every one.
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Thanks all, for some really usefull info.
Sounds like its Dialled all the way if I can track one down.
I'll definitely be looking for something with a EBB though.
Phil wood EBBs just slide in cos it's simply an elegantly machined lump of aluminium that you install a BB into.
Phil wood BBs no E need special tools to install.
Am I right in thinking the phil EBB is the bit that fills the oversized hole and carries any BB.
The salient point being that the bike comes with the EBB but not a BB, you need to buy one of those seperate like.
Because I'm getting the impression Smallfurry thinks he's getting a BB.
Seems good for the price allowing for delivery customs etc.
Seems good for the price allowing for delivery customs etc.
I'd say it was a bit long, deffo in the chainstay department.
Been on the Dialedbikes site a on one inbred slot dropout frame times and never noticed the pic of the EBB sans BB.
Fair play I'm a plank.
I kinda have can really money online heart set on a 110.
Should put me in chainline heaven.
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Not quite finished with my fixed road bike build and I m already planning a SS mtn bike build.
I have a rough idea of what set up I would like, but I am having trouble deciding between the following two frames.
It looks like the best would be an EBB as you wouldnt need to adjust the disc brakes each time time you adjust the chain, but I dont really know much about either.
Any veiws on this or these frames much appreciated.
Can you find a Kona Unit, Voodoo something can't remember the name or Orange P7 for a sensible price?
They all have Paragon-esque drop outs which make setting up discs a lot easier.
Just realised that I have posted this in the wrong section, meant to post under https://free-slots-money.website/one/free-codes-to-download-games-on-xbox-one.html n bits.
Bugger that was top of me list.
Could go OTP with a Jamis Exile, but the brakes and suspension on one inbred slot dropout frame too good to discard yet too poor to keep based on reviews.
Dialled would be my only choice if I was after another SS.
Much nicer finish and feel and just a sense on one inbred slot dropout frame higher quality.
Both actually ride okay though.
I don't think Dialled Mike has any Love Hates left, I've emailed him this thread.
I have 3 Dialled's and love each and every one.
I've owned a horizontal dropout, an EBB and an ENO hub, and the EBB is bar far the most elegant, as well as th easiest to live with solution IMHO.
Thanks all, for some really usefull info.
Sounds like its Dialled all the way if I can track one down.
I'll definitely be looking for something with a EBB though.
Phil wood EBBs just slide in cos it's simply an elegantly machined lump of aluminium that you install a BB into.
Phil wood BBs no E need special tools to install.
Am I right in thinking the phil EBB is the bit that fills the oversized hole and carries any BB.
The salient point being that the bike comes with the EBB but not a BB, you need to buy one of those seperate like.
Because I'm getting the impression Smallfurry thinks he's getting a BB.
Seems good for the price allowing for delivery customs etc.
Seems good for the price allowing for delivery customs etc.
I'd say it was a bit long, deffo in the chainstay department.
Been on the Dialedbikes site a hundred times and never noticed the pic of the EBB sans BB.
Fair play I'm a plank.
I kinda have my heart set on a 110.
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