lets see your on ones !
gazman – Member
😥 I love this thread so much it made me cry. I had a 14 inch 456 in that blue, oh how I miss her, I now have a new black inbred 16inch its no substitute but never mind. Have on one stopped producing the older models and the carbon 456? I don’t seem to be able to find any of them, I’m after a 16inch 456 carbon, I would swap my superlight for one if anyone was interested. Keep them coming and thanks for starting the thread op.
Gazman lets have a look at yer Superlight then – just out of interest like 😉Posted 4 years agoDufferMember
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That should work, although sometimes people have trouble posting images from their private Flickr account onto a public forum…Posted 3 years agoiain1775Subscriber
please excuse the lack of a chain, it snapped 2 miles into it’s maiden outing!Posted 3 years ago
This was donated to me by a friend after the bike fell off the back of his car on the A46
Fortunately the wheels, bars and saddle took the brunt of the impact(s) so one check over, a straightened drop out and a complete re-build (with cheap sale parts) later and its still going strong
Tough beasts these original Inbreds!
Here’s my Scandal V2.
Pic taken on a wet and miserable Dartmoor this morning.
Have been feeling cramped with a 60mm stem, so put a flipped 90mm one on for today’s outing. What a rebel.
Much better position. I think 80mm would be about right. Also will try a flat bar as the new lower bar position felt better. Riding the fork much more.
Posted 3 years ago_tom_Member
Just seen the pictures of the new Pompino. It looks great (especially in raw) but… Why have they gotten rid of the 5-piece seatstay arrangement? It was a sort of On-One brand identity.
Looks good, kinda tempted at that price especially as I’ve been considering a SS road/cross bike for a while! I think it looks better without the ugly on-one seatstay/wishbone bit.Posted 3 years agosinglespeedstuSubscriber
It’s been a long time since I last owned an On One.Posted 3 years ago
But a have to say this thing handles rather well.
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