OneUp Announces New Threadless Carrier & V2 EDC Tool

Apr 15, 2021
by OneUp Components  
OneUp Components EDC Range EDC V2 EDC Lite EDC Threadless

PRESS RELEASE: OneUp

EDC THREADLESS CARRIER ($40 USD, €40.50, £36.50, $52 CAD)

The EDC Threadless Carrier is a new way to hold your V2 EDC Tool. It’s easy to install and lets you carry the full 20 function V2 EDC Tool without threading your steerer. The Carrier replaces your top cap and star nut, securing your headset and stem from the bottom with a 4mm bolt.
And yes, it holds a chain breaker!

Available in 8 colours (Black, Red, Blue, Green, Orange, Purple, Gold & Oil Slick)



OneUp Components EDC Threadless Carrier



OneUp Components EDC Threadless Oil Slick


Threading your steerer tube and using the original EDC Top Cap is still the lightest and most cost effective way to run the full EDC Tool. Threading your steerer tube is easy to do with the EDC Tap, it does not void your fork warranty and it's the only way to run the V2 EDC Tool on some Fox 38 forks (Factory and Performance Elite with oval steerers). But, if you don't want to cut threads into your steerer tube and want tools on every ride, Threadless is for you.



V2 EDC TOOL ($59.50 USD, €59, £54, $78 CAD)

The new V2 EDC Tool has an improved chain breaker and spoke keys, it also includes a small secondary storage capsule for tubeless plugs and jabber. We made it easier to remove with a lower friction design. The V2 EDC Tool is compatible with all V1 storage options.


EDC V2 Tool in Hand

OneUp Components EDC V2


The V2 EDC Tool gives you quick and easy access to all your trailside essentials. It can be stored inside your steerer tube or the EDC Pump. And because it's attached to your bike, you'll never forget your tools again.

20 Functions - Includes a multi tool, tire lever, chain breaker, spoke keys, valve core tool and two sealed storage capsules which can hold a tubeless plug kit and jabber to fix punctures fast.


V2 EDC Tool Features


OneUp Components EDC V2 Tool Chain Breaker

Easier to use chain breaker with a steel body for increased durability

OneUp Components EDC V2 Tool Steel Spoke Keys

Stronger steel spoke keys


The V2 EDC Tool now includes two sealed storage capsules, one small and one large. The new small capsule can be used to cover your jabber and preloaded bacon strips, keeping them sticky for longer. It also allows you to use the EDC Tool and tubeless plug kit inside the small 70cc OneUp pump.


OneUp Components EDC V2 Tool and 70cc EDC Pump with Tubeless Plugs

Tubeless plug jabber cover


The V2 EDC tool has a new oval shaped carrier which fits inside the oval internal profile steerer tube of the Fox 38 fork. The plastic fork bung that keeps your steerer tube crud free has been updated to fit the 38. Only install the supplied rubber star washer on Fox 38 forks.


V2 EDC Tool Fox 38 Star Washer

The V2 EDC Tool Fits Fox 38's (threaded EDC Top Cap only)


OneUp Components EDC Range

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164 Comments

  • 230 1
 OneUp just OneUp'd themselves.
  • 51 8
 No they just read the PB comments section - mympost from the EDC Lite...

flag fartymarty (Nov 27, 2020 at 23:31)
@OneUpComponents: you guys should replace the star nut with something like the Brand X Headlock. Then you could use a longer plastic insert and full length tool with gas without the hassle of threading your steerer. It would also make installation quicker and be a much better solution than the star nut which are a crap solution to pre loading your headset.
  • 11 0
 I appreciate them adapting quickly. Really happy with my EDC Lite. No idea why I ever bothered with a regular topcap. It’s the most accessible tool.
  • 5 0
 @gafoto: ditto, the edc lite is awesome and this is even better.
  • 29 5
 @fartymarty: Hate to burst your bubble old boy but it’s likely this was something designed and planned long before your comment seeing as it was made about 4 and a half months ago, don’t ya think?
  • 22 0
 @justanotherusername: yeah probably. I'm just glad they did it.
  • 7 2
 @fartymarty: @OneUpComponents should give this guy a free carrier
  • 2 1
 @fartymarty: uhh my 2019 specialized enduro has exactly what you describe. Hides a multi tool, chain breaker, master links. The whole top assembly is metal and probably doesn't have as many tools as you mentioned but still.
  • 1 0
 @makripper: I understand the Trek / Bonty BITS is similar. No doubt Spec did it first tho.
  • 3 0
 @fartymarty: or they copied granite
  • 6 0
 @russthedog: as long as the star nut is dead I'm a happy man.
  • 110 0
 Not pictured is the angry mob of Cannondale Lefty owners.
  • 214 0
 All 4 of them!
  • 123 1
 Angry and Cannondale Lefty owners is redundant.
  • 33 3
 There are dozens of us!
  • 6 1
 Lefty Ocho can easily run this tool. Traditional 1 1/8th-1.5 steerer Smile
  • 5 0
 @rickybobby18: I'll be the bakers dozen at #13!
  • 2 0
 Just put the same plastic cap that presses into the top, on the bottom of a lefty steerer tube and you have a large storage compartment.
  • 1 0
 @SJA59: I have run a similar headtube stashed multitool on my C'dale Rush Carbon some 15 years ago
  • 1 0
 I drop a Lezyne hi-volume pump in my Lefty steerertube and keep the heavier tools in a little pouch just above the bb, win-win.
  • 44 4
 All this stuff fits in the pump handle, I don’t get everyone wanting to put it in the steerer tube, way easier to swap it from bike to bike too.
  • 12 7
 Hang on

So how is it easier? I swap my steerer mounted EDC between bikes in about 2.4 seconds

I may buy a pump in the future, it looks like a great bit of kit and canisters have limitations but I’m not sure you fully understand how the steerer thing works
  • 24 0
 @rudymedea: What I dont like about the steerer is you need to carry a pump / CO2 anyway...so why bother if you just carry it inside the pump.
  • 44 0
 @MikeyMT: The typical setup here at HQ is:

- 70cc pump with 20oz CO2
- EDC with tire plugs in the steerer using the Threaded or Threadless top cap.
  • 5 1
 @MikeyMT: exactly my point, and it fits lower on the frame. I like the whole steerer tube thing, it looks cool as Fu€k but kinda redundant if you ask me
  • 6 0
 Ive got the pump mostly for switching between my road bike and MTB.

Someone got a flat and they had their own pump- gave them mine (the 100cc)- after 30sec the tire was inflated again and he wanted to buye the pump asap lol

The ESC stuff is one of the best stuff I bought
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents: Yea thats a good idea. I love the 100cc pump, your stuff is all great. Just where I've landed is all.
  • 2 0
 @OneUpComponents: are there specific 20g CO2 that you recommend? The ones I bought were a bit too big to fit in my pump. Oh, and helpful suggestion for your website - add some verbiage on the pump to indicate it DOES NOT work with your EDC lite tool, only EDC tools (and I assume this V2).
  • 3 0
 Agreed. I have everything I need in the pump including a few extra bits and I just take that from bike to bike. I don't need to have OneUp caps installed on all of my bikes, or to thread a bottom bolt to secure it as the new way works.
  • 3 6
 @MikeyMT:

Now I’m even more confused!

Why do I need to carry a pump?!
  • 1 0
 @rudymedea: I love the 100cc pump. Though I have had pretty good ;luck with tires the last few years, my pump has been used regularly on rides to save others. It swaps easily between my three bikes. @OneUpComponents seem to have a great go to set up also. Do what works and the pump with the EDC tool in it has been my go to for a number of seasons now. Really nice having that added security of the pump.
  • 1 0
 pump has my co2
  • 1 1
 @rudymedea: If you run the tool with bacon strips and the chain pliers you need a pump or CO2 to inflate your tire if you actually get a flat Wink
  • 4 0
 I already own a mini-pump. Not going to buy another pump just so I can put my EDC in it when it fits perfectly well in my steerer. So yes, I have a smaller and lighter (than the EDC pump) mini-pump attached to my bottle holder and an EDC in my steerer. Works great!
  • 6 0
 @MikeyMT: I go with EDC tool inside 100cc pump. Small parts and Stan's dart refills in storage capsule and just use the 2mm hex key as insert tool. I use the space in the steerer tube to store a Tubolito with a fork cork.
  • 1 0
 @acestalone: Now we're talking. The insert tool takes up so much space...will try this.
  • 7 0
 Plus the 100CC pump with an EDC inside is a legit weapon for those pesky mountain lions and stabby hikers.
  • 3 0
 @acestalone: oooh... that is a great idea fora place to stash the tubolito...I shall look into this...
  • 2 0
 What I’m wondering is why they stopped making the stem with the preloader in it. The reviews were high on it so it must’ve worked well.
  • 1 0
 @DizzyNinja: I wonder if it had to do with the cost of getting the tool and the stem. As I recall the stem was not cheap. Everything I've bought from oneup has been stellar quality-wise though and I wouldn't expect it to be cheap but could see that being prohibitive to many riders as forking out for a new stem when the one they have works fine vs threading their steerer... I think a lot would choose option b... just my thoughts...
  • 1 0
 @MikeyMT:

But I have a CO2 wrapped in my innertube under my saddle so a pump would be a good addition but I don’t need one
  • 1 0
 @snl1200: @dizzyninja

Snl may have it, I loved the look of the stem and am a big oneup fan ever since the 10 speed cassette expander rings but cost was a bit prohibitive for the stem and tool etc. Plus I’d already bought the steerer tap
  • 3 0
 @NotNamed: I once reseated a tubeless tire with the 100cc pump after blowing the bead off the rim at the very top of a trail. Didn't even have to remove the valve core. Shit works. It can be a little pinchy if you aren't careful though.
I also managed to tighten some loose spokes with the space between two of the allen keys. I'm a fan.
  • 2 0
 @OneUpComponents: Out of interest, where do you carry the CO2 inflator head?
  • 1 0
 @dasw0lf: The edc pump allows you to unthread the green part at where the air flows out, and thread the co2 cartridge directly to it. Its neat and i like it.
  • 1 0
 @dasw0lf: The pumphead doubles as a CO2 inflator.
  • 1 0
 @Apersonwhoenjoysbiking: Ohhhh .... that is freaking awesome. Thanks!!
  • 2 0
 @DizzyNinja: @snl1200:
I have the preloader and it's finicky as f*ck. Works great once you get it dialed, but even in my conversations with OneUp (I broke a bolt and had some issues... which they were super good about and even set me the tap kit and and extra top caps and parts in case I wanted to switch), they were pretty quick to mention the preloader wasn't for everyone and that I could switch to the threaded version. Sounds like even they didn't use the preloader anymore. I think a lot of people had problems.

They still sell the stem and its great... but I'll bet there is probably a redesign coming soon to a more traditional style (no pocket or bolt hole for the preload system).
  • 2 0
 @rudymedea: I have threaded bikes but after getting the 100cc pump I put the EDC in that and just swap the pump. Gave up on canisters long ago they are a single shot of wasted metal.
  • 1 0
 @dasw0lf: it's integrated on their pumps.
  • 1 0
 @ruggedmaine: did you ever get a response? I’m installing my carrier now and my co2 won’t fit either...
  • 1 0
 @ipedalhard: no. still carrying my co2 carts on my strap when i bring them vs in the edc pump.
  • 1 0
 @ruggedmaine: Shame, wish they had been more clear in marketing that the co2 won't fit in the v2 carrier. Carrying the co2 in my strap as well
  • 37 4
 Oil slick is the new black.
  • 72 16
 Can't go away soon enough as far as I'm concerned
  • 9 0
 @Crossmaxx: youtu.be/0xA3pBt-MK4
just going to leave this here...
  • 6 0
 @mobber7127: Looks sick AF! Psychedelic dreams.
  • 1 1
 @mobber7127: Yikes. too much IMO...but some accents can look pretty good.
  • 11 0
 Black is the new purple anodized.
  • 4 0
 @mobber7127:

I cringed a little when he just pours a half a bottle of sealant in his tire
  • 2 0
 @Joel123456: And they he rode it with no chainstay protection.
  • 31 0
 Never ride without a steel chain breaker in my fork? Take my money!
  • 29 0
 That jabber looks ideal for settling right of way altercations.
  • 12 0
 Add a plug strip to prevent leakage on the trail. Assertive and conscientious!
  • 13 0
 @bikeybikeybikebike: Blood is the ultimate sealant. I get a little woozy when I refresh my tires though.
  • 15 0
 OneUp broke my chain & broke the internet. So much want!
  • 14 0
 Very cool but personally I like running it inside the pump.
  • 2 0
 That works great... I already owned a fantastic light little mini-pump so I got the EDC for my steerer.
  • 12 0
 Such a wicked addition to an already all-star lineup of products! Keep it up OneUp!!
  • 11 0
 If they can figure out a way to jam a tube and granola bar into my headtube along with all this other stuff I'll def buy the v3
  • 5 0
 Hey OneUP! Love my EDC and pump. I've got a accessory request to think about: a capsule like the one on the bottom of the EDC that can thread directly into a cap and has threading on the bottom for a CO2 cartridge. That way I could keep a capsule with cash/random stuff and CO2 cartridge in my pump and my EDC tool with tire plugs in my steerer (or vice versa).
  • 2 0
 Why not drop the cash/random stuff into the pump first and then pop on the cap with the CO2 threaded onto the cap?
  • 3 0
 @tpfenning: This is what I do now, but the folded up bills can be really hard to get out - especially with the plastic money we use in Canada now. It doesn't stay folded as tightly and sticks to the walls. Not a big deal with the little capsules since they're shallow, but the opening in the pump is too deep to reach anything down there without longer tools that I'm not carrying on a ride.
  • 2 0
 @big-red: Ahh, that makes sense. Maybe rolling the money right with a rubber band or something so it stays smaller and doesn't wedge itself in there.

Or like you said, an empty canister with a CO2 thread underneath! Maybe you can find someone to 3d print something for you.
  • 6 1
 Tools in the pump, THEN pump in the steerer.....as god intended. Better yet convert the steerer INTO the pump by integrating a piston, pump hose hose and plug to the EDC assembly you have. Idea is freely given.....get it done.... then take my money.
  • 2 0
 You sir are an ideas man! The pump should also operate by bouncing up and down on the fork...
  • 3 0
 Are we sure that cutting the threads won't void your Fox warranty? The Fox site says otherwise...
It's the only reason I haven't fitted mine yet, especially with the creaky CSU issues still a possibility on a new fork.

I've been trying to make my own one of these to fit my 38's, so when I saw the email drop last night I was pretty pleased...until I read those same words, not compatible with Fox 38's...

I have to ask @OneUpComponents though, if I machined the front & back parts of this carrier away, to the same cross-section as the lower void, would it fit??
  • 4 0
 I have warrantied 2 Lyriks for creaks and both had been threaded and they never gave me an issue.
  • 1 0
 Agree 100%.
Is there anyone in the entire PB comment section who has had a warranty claim experience on this issue willing to share?
  • 21 0
 We are not aware of a single denied claim relating to CSU threading. Rock Shox has remained quiet but Fox's official response is:

“If a CSU is received and verified to have upper tube creaking and has a thread cut in its steerer to work with OneUp’s tool FOX will warranty that CSU. If a CSU is received for a steerer issue of any kind and has a thread cut in its steerer FOX will NOT warranty that CSU."

Both Fox and RS were given threaded top caps for internal testing and to our knowledge no lab failures were induced during testing.
  • 5 0
 @OneUpComponents: that’s great to hear, Thanks very much for joining in.
Keep thinking outside the box & bringing these great products to market!
  • 2 0
 Call your local Fox HQ. Called my local one in Vancouver and asked them directly. They told me it it was all good.
  • 3 0
 @islandforlife: did you get it in writing?
  • 11 0
 @fabwizard: cutting the top cm off your steerer before sending it in for a CSU replacement would also be a water tight option if you had doubts on this...
  • 1 0
 @fabwizard: Nope, but based on their answer plus that I've heard of many, many threaded creaking CSU's being warrantied, as well as I've never heard of one not being warrantied left me confident it wouldn't be an issue.
  • 2 0
 You could also trim the steer tube down below the threads before sending for warranty
  • 3 0
 I currently have the edc lite in my tues which is fine for bike park riding. Then I have the pump with edc tool on my trail bike. Maybe I’m confused, or maybe @oneupcomponents can help but anyone else feel like the edc tool should be able to carry the co2 and the co2 valve?

I try to carry as little as possible but if I want to use the co2 I basically have to have the pump for the valve. But if I have the pump then why bother carrying the co2 valve adapter?

I wish I could carry the edc tool in the stem with co2 and the valve and then not need anything else. It bugs me that the pump sits off to the side on my down tube.
  • 1 0
 You can take the CO2 valve out of the pump and put it somewhere else. I already had a great, small, light pump so I just bought the EDC to go in my steerer and have it loaded and ready with the jabber and bacon. I have a separate tool-wrap on my frame that holds 2xCO2's, a quick link tool, the CO2 valve, a valve core tool and some zip ties. If or when I switch pumps, I'll just buy the OneUp pump, move the tool and the valve to the pump, have nothing in my steerer and one less tool in my tool wrap.
  • 2 0
 Got the 100 cc EDC pump this year as A replacement from An online retailer for a defective lezyne carbon pump There is no comparison. The one up pump is robust and built to handle gritty and long riding conditions that killed the Lezyne. Awesome product.
  • 4 0
 Next iteration is a licensing agreement or partnership with dynaplug. No other tire plugs come close. That’s the weakest link in this setup.
  • 2 0
 For sure. I have the EDC tool and pump but won’t give up my Dynaplug racer for bacon strips.
  • 4 0
 If you’re creative, you can definitely ghetto a dynaplug into the oneup co2 carrier threads. I did it by hacksawing off the end of a co2 and tapping Dynaplug threads into it, another buddy epoxied the Dynaplug tube in.
  • 1 0
 @MegaStoke: That's nice to know. Thanks for the reply. Actually sounds like a fun little project. May pull the trigger on one of these things and give it a go.
  • 2 0
 OneUP, have you figured out a way to carry a C02 head in the kit? With the previous system, if you carried the CO2 cartridge in the steerer tube, then you needed to find a place to carry a CO2 dispensing head.
  • 1 0
 They always have. The CO2 head is in the pump. If you're trail riding and only have CO2, you're asking to be pushing your bike back to the truck. Since you should have a pump as well, why not have the CO2 inflator on the pump?
  • 1 0
 @groberts615: if you're really worried about weight and are willing to risk getting stuck on the trail when your C02 cannister fails, you could always take out the 15 gram inflator from the pump and carry it with a single wrap of black tape around your top tube.
  • 5 0
 @Remy Metailler we need some discount codes
  • 1 0
 i just wish the mt had 10mm and was better ergonomically. i get that it needs to be tiny, but when theres a problem these tiny tools are a pita and don't always solve the issue - specially for cranks and other high torque areas. because of this i carry a pbtool/victorinox which is amazing.. though doesnt fit in the steerer tube Wink
  • 1 0
 I'm super conflicted between this and a 100cc pump w/tool. When I look at the size of the 100cc pump beside my 2020 Hightower it seems like its as long as the downtube. I guess the biggest conflict I have with this is only having the small storage capsule.. There are to many options, at about the same price point, all with slightly different pros/cons!! Suggestions?
  • 4 0
 Is that a dremel in the steerer tube?
  • 2 0
 So this may be a dumb question, but if I've already got a star nut installed how do I remove it from the steerer to run one of these?
  • 2 6
flag zeronine3 (Apr 15, 2021 at 20:03) (Below Threshold)
 You can't. Sounds like new fork day for you. Congratulation/s.
  • 2 0
 The star nut comes out in seconds with the tool included by OneUp to thread the steerer tube. Easy.
  • 4 0
 Keep whacking it until it falls out the bottom. You can also drill out the center part so all the “leaves” just fall off.
  • 3 0
 Using the tool to tap a steerer tube is one of the easiest and most satisfying bits of bike work I do!
  • 2 0
 Got the email about this yesterday, ordered it and got the shipment notification today. Thanks @OneUpComponents Smile
  • 1 0
 Hope there is fat discount / refund for the poor suckers that bought that horrible EDC Stem compression system disaster.
What a waste of money that was.
  • 3 0
 Holy shit! I love this
  • 1 1
 @OneUpComponents: Any chance you'll make a EDc for DH bikes and dual crown forks? Or will any of your new tools work in a Fox 40 or Boxxer?
  • 1 0
 From my guess it'll just be a matter of steerer tube length with dual crown having shorter steerers. The lite version still uses a star nut which you can push all the way down to the bottom in a dual crown 1 1/8th steerer or remove it and use a cap/nut at the base similar to this version.
Length will be the deciding factor.
  • 1 0
 Damn, it's like 2 months ago I've installed the lite version and would definitely rather have this one. Next time.
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents, is the EDC tool V1 fit in the EDC threadless carrier ?
Thanks
  • 1 0
 The Threadless Carrier requires the EDC V2. The EDC V1 will not fit the Threadless Carrier.
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents Will you be making a version to suit the Fox 38s or is that completely off the cards?
  • 2 0
 The V2 fits great!
  • 1 0
 @hirvi: Do you have the Fox 38? I just ordered a 2021 Canyon Torque 7 that has a Fox 38 Performance. My neighbor has a tap kit so I was thinking I would use that, so I'd just need to buy the tool and the top cap, so I'll probably pass on the Threadless Carrier. What are you using? On the @OneUpComponents website it says that the bottom portion of the EDC V2 doesnt fit in any Fox 38 fork. Is this the case with yours?
Thanks,
Ben
  • 1 0
 @bpuzzo: We just installed the whole threaded setup on two 38's. The whole thing fits even with the large storage capsule. The bottom plug is a bit tight and the tool fits tight, but fits and works like it should.
  • 1 0
 @hirvi: great thanks!
  • 1 0
 @hirvi: also how exactly do you tighten the top cap? For the threaded installation?
  • 1 0
 @bpuzzo: You use a cassette tool
  • 1 0
 @calcrossland26: ah ok thanks
  • 1 0
 Amazing product, devastated it's not compatible with Fox 38s! New product coming soon?
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents have you added a magnet to stop the quick links falling out?
That's my only complaint with the V1 tool.
  • 2 0
 I just put a thin strip of packing tape around mine
  • 1 0
 @djbuilder: that's what I've had to do. Just hoping for a more elegant solution.
  • 2 0
 @Kiwijohn42: a dab of grease
  • 1 0
 Just ordered mine. Cannot understand how I have survived without one. My trusty topeak tool will finally be retired.
  • 1 0
 WTH Purple sold out on the web page already?
  • 11 0
 Purple is coming. None have been available just yet, you didn't miss out.
  • 1 0
 Can I use this with a works 2.0 angle set?
  • 2 0
 @Hardnacks: why not?
  • 2 0
 @DHhack: Its a dumb question. I've read ppl have issues with angle sets and poorly installed star nuts, some how that made me think to ask this question?
  • 1 0
 @Hardnacks: the angle set doesn’t change anything to do with the star nut. If it was crooked before it would be after. This tool holder eliminates the star nut and is a more reliable way to get a perfectly aligned bolt to set the bearings in the headset.
  • 1 0
 @DHhack: a perfectly aligned bolt isn’t necessary to remove slack from the headset, that’s exactly why a starnut has been used the last 35 yrs.
  • 1 0
 @emptybe-er: this was a discussion that started talking about poorly installed star nuts.
  • 2 1
 Everyone who paid to thread the expensive fork punching the air right now.
  • 3 0
 I think it depends. From what I've seen, warranty hasn't been an issue. I run 4 bikes and it's worked out cheaper to buy the tap kit and 4 top caps than 4 of these, plus I get a little more storage. For sure I'd go this way if I only had 1 bike though (assuming the fork was compatible).
  • 2 0
 @commental: Oh for sure. I was trying to hard to make a funny joke.
  • 1 0
 I'm not though. It is simple and it works. Many years ago Azonic had something called the HeadLock that also worked by clamping the headset from both ends. Still came loose. Not saying this will but the old fashioned threaded fastener attached to the fork steerer works for me thank you.
  • 2 0
 finally
  • 1 0
 What length steerer tube is needed to work with this ?
  • 1 0
 These measurement are taken from the bottom of the crown to the top of your steerer (not from the crown race to the top of the steerer).

Compatible Steerer Tube Length = 185mm to 265mm
For RockShox Forks = 210mm to 265mm
  • 1 4
 I LIKE this new option to install your tools without having to 'machine' my fork - but I prefer tools that use separate\individual driver bits, as they allow me to use a torque wrench & not guess how much torque I'm applying... >.>
  • 16 0
 Yeah same. I always carry a torque wrench when I go for a ride incase I need to do some trail side re-torquing...
  • 3 0
 @thebradjohns: I find it's best to have my full tool kit. My bike stand is a bitch to strap to me hydration pack, but it's totally worth it if I have a mechanical on the ride. No more turning the bike upside down. The truing stand I strap to my top tube has saved me a few times. I was able to get a 3mm wobble out mid ride. My friends had to wait 30 minutes for me to get it setup and trued, but totally worth not having that little wobble the whole ride.
  • 1 0
 Is this only for Fox 38s?
  • 1 0
 Am I wrong in thinking the V2 tool came out like 6 months ago?
  • 1 1
 E-BIKE riders have them tools and a bottle of hand lotion next to their bed.
  • 1 0
 Co2 in the Pump??!! Nerds. That capsule is for the Devil's Lettuce.
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents aand its gone. (In Europe)
  • 1 0
 People who bought the stem are punching the air rn
  • 1 0
 And they do it again !!!
  • 2 3
 So ghey just copied Specialized? OneUp I‘d say!
  • 5 7
 Can't wait to get my hands on one two years from now.
  • 53 0
 IN STOCK NOW* I love saying those words.
  • 3 0
 @OneUpComponents: in the future, will you make a carrier compatible with the fox38 oval steerers?
  • 4 0
 @useport80: That's a tough task. It should be noted that not all Fox 38s have oval steerers.

- Fox 38 w/ oval steerers are compatible with threaded top caps and EDC Lite
- Fox 38 w/o oval steerers are compatible with those as well as the new threadless
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents:

Love seeing you in the comments. Lots of good info here! One more question:

I see that the carrier necks down in diameter below the top ~100mm. My straight 1-1/8” steerer old school Lyrik has an increase in wall thickness (reduction in I.D.) at around the same point. Any info on whether or not this will fit certain straight-steerer forks?

Thanks!
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 Sorry, my annoyance bled over into my comment as I ordered a bike stand a month ago, and it still hasn't shipped yet.
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 @williamboschen: Understandable. No worries at all. Everyone is having their patience tested these days.

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