So an On One Codiene just fell onto my doormat…
Nice looking spec for the money. How would the large frame size up for someone 6ft 4? The horizontal top tube and reach figures look reasonable and similar to other brands’ xl frames. The website says size large recommended for riders upto 6ft 2.
If you can get leg extension with a 20in seat tube, you’re good to go.
I’d have said it’ll be great.
any chance of a raw finish like the scandal ?
Colours are blue or white. Both with Orange decals.Posted 4 years ago
good vid! Needs to be an stw version with wobbly mincing on a smooth trail centre red, then complaining about the tyres not being up to the job on here.
This did make me giggle this morning.
— Jonathan Stanley (@jonrstanley) April 3, 2014
chipsngravy – Member
On One branding is shockingly bad. Just because they represent value for money is no excuse to have branding on a par with Tescos Value.
The name “on one” conjures up images of 1990s pilled up ravers.
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Named after OnOne SweetOne Promotions who did the party for my 21st at the Rivelin Valley campsite in August 1991. Then started a component company, then a bike company in 1999.Posted 4 years agodocrobsterMember
Named after OnOne SweetOne Promotions who did the party for my 21st at the Rivelin Valley campsite in August 1991. Then started a component company, then a bike company in 1999.
My wife thinks she was at this party. Or possibly it was a nemba race around the same time. Campsite off lodge lane? She was seeing a bloke called Darren who worked at freewheel on west st at the time.Posted 4 years ago
JCL – Member
Doesn’t look like a big wheeler in that vid and that’s a good thing. Great riding too.
Funny what happens when you put someone who can ride on a 29″ eh?
Really? My body language skills saw a guy getting tired of hefting all that weight around yet knowing he has to flick the back wheel for the promo. Didn’t “flow” as nicely as some vids I’ve seen.
Which is no comment on the bike, just my observation of the vid.Posted 4 years ago
Sorry if this has been answered before – is the Codiene the eventual replacement for the El Guapo 26er, or is it instead of the El Guapo 29er?
Or is this a pure addition to the line up?
The El Guapo is a Titus model – Titus is being redeveloped for us by former Marin Mountainbikes designer Jason Faircloth. He’s working on some new models for us for launch late this year/early next. El Guapo 29 is landing shortly.
Codeine is an On-One bike, designed as such.
There are no plans for a Planet X, Viner or Holdsworth full suspension bike.Posted 4 years agomolgripsSubscriber
I was getting really depressed at reading about nice frames then finding out they were almost £3k for the frame alone – thinking I would perhaps never be able to afford anythign decent again.
Then I saw this on the STW page yesterday, £800 frame only.
Cheers Brant 🙂Posted 4 years ago
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