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  • IvanDobski
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    FF29s are stiff but not uncomfortably so in my experience.

    Premier Icon takisawa2
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    29+ flavour clearance…? 😉

    damascus
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    Is that the nail in the coffin for the scandal? RIP!

    Premier Icon Clink
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    A brand new on-one model coming in the spring, called Parkwood. 29er hardtail, huge clearances, fun geometry, frames and full bikes.

    singlespeed?

    Premier Icon ratherbeintobago
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    Is that the nail in the coffin for the scandal? RIP!

    Sounds like it.

    singlecrack
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    Clink – Member
    A brand new on-one model coming in the spring, called Parkwood. 29er hardtail, huge clearances, fun geometry, frames and full bikes.
    singlespeed?

    POSTED 35 MINUTES AGO #

    Chain stay length ….?? *sniggers*

    tinribz
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    Was a bit late to the party it seems (as usual), second ride to date on this and still liking it more each time:

    Couldn’t say the same for the Inbred (SS) for some reason.

    Premier Icon BillOddie
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    I had the same choice to make a month back. I ended up with a Surly Karate Monkey. Close run thing but my budget wouldn’t stretch to an El Mar.

    I am VERY happy with my Monkey though.
    People have done the Tour Divide on KMs and you can see why.

    sheephills
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    That parkwood sounds interesting.

    cockroach
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    On-One Parkwood – wonder what it looks like 😉

    cockroach
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    Getting back to the original question, small size 29er for bikepacking etc………..my Mrs currently rides a 14″ frame On-One 456, she would like a 29er for bikepacking, but would need a 14″ frame again. Any ideas? On-One Parkwood maybe……….

    ianpv
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    any geometry info on that Parkwood yet?

    Premier Icon brant
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    Largely identical to the Titus Fireline Evo29.

    Premier Icon bedmaker
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    Is that parkwood aloomnum?

    Premier Icon brant
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    It’s aloo minimum.

    No potatoes.

    Premier Icon bedmaker
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    Nice. Will there be a pre order sometime soon or just wait till they appear?

    Premier Icon faustus
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    Hmm, i’d also be interested in knowing roughly when it might be available…?

    Premier Icon ahwiles
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    i’d be interested to know the difference between ‘order’ and ‘pre order’

    dantsw13
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    If it rides like my fire line, but cheaper, it should be a great success

    occamsrazor
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    Any idea if the Parkwood will be offered as a complete bike?

    Premier Icon brant
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    Any idea if the Parkwood will be offered as a complete bike?

    Yes – I think we’ll be launching with a Deore/Revelation/Reverb £999 spec, and offering a more budget model too. Something like XC32TK’s and Deore at £749.

    Premier Icon jimfrandisco
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    Parkwood? what? Curse you Brant.
    That sounds like exactly the frame i was looking but couldn’t find and so just bought a weighty second hand ragley bigwig.
    How am i supposed to sneak two frames past the missus?

    mase
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    Brant, had an interesting chat with you at the London Bike Show. When will that Codeine and this Parkwood ( for her indoors) hit the On-One store??

    Premier Icon brant
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    Parkwood in about 5 weeks
    Codeine sooner

    niksnr
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    Also a bit late to the party but you wouldn’t be going far wrong with a Charge Cooker. Just in process of building one for same reasons as OP. Although mine is a 2012 model and the new ones seem have lost the ‘classic’ look. Still some 2012/13 frames about for under £300 in small.

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