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OneUp Announces New Hubs

Jun 24, 2024 at 14:51
by OneUp Components  

PRESS RELEASE: OneUp Components

No-nonsense hubs.
Lightweight, fully sealed, durable, hubs with high quality bearings. Available in 7 anodized colours. We think our hubs have the best combination of performance, durability and price. These are the hubs we want on our bikes.

OneUp Hubs are the new benchmark for light, durable hubs at a fair price.

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Listen to our new hubs here


The lightest hub for the price.
Our simple design has fewer parts, this reduces weight and improves reliability. Our hubs use a fully machined 7075 aluminum body that’s super light and strong with an integrated drive ring. OneUp hubs are half the price of an I9 Hydra hubset and over 100g lighter, and they’re over a quarter pound (133g) lighter than a Hope Pro5 hubset.


OneUp Components Hub Weight Comparison

*msrp's and manufacturers claimed weights including freehub


Durable design.

A hub is only as good as its bearings. OneUp Hubs use premium Enduro ABEC 5 cartridge bearings in standard sizes that are readily available in local bike shops around the world. They’re spaced as wide as possible to reduce wear, reduce sideloading and increase bearing life. And when they do eventually wear out, our design makes it easy to replace bearings yourself.


OneUp Components Hub Cross Section


Good engagement.

We were big fans of the DT 350 hubs. It’s what we ran on our bikes for years. We chose to develop a 44T ratchet to strike the best balance between performance and value with improved reliability.

Super high engagement hubs sound cool and feel good in your hands. But we didn’t see an improvement in ride performance on trail to justify the added complexity, weight and price.


OneUp Components Hub


Colours.

Available in 7 anodized colours to match your bike.


OneUp Components Hub wheel building specs


Good hubs for better wheels.

We’ve optimized the hub flange spacing to improve the strength and stiffness of wheels built on our hubs. OneUp hubs are compatible with J-bend spokes only. Wheel build specs (PCD, Flange Distance) are laser etched on the hub body to make life easier for builders. Freehubs are sold separately to make life easier for shops.
OneUp Components Hub Exploded View

Serviceability and replacement parts.

Our simple design makes our hubs simple to service. Ratchets, bearings, seals, freehubs and small parts are all available direct from Oneup. The bearings are all common sizes that are available in most bike shops.


OneUp Components Hub


Specs.

Spacing: Boost front and rear
Holes: 28 and 32
Engagement: 44 points, 8.2 degrees
Weight: Front 142g. Rear 220g (with XDr freehub)
Colours: Black, Red, Green, Blue, Orange, Purple and Grey
Material: 7075 T6 Aluminum
Freehub options: XDr, Microspline and HG (all with tool free installation)
Spokes: J-Bend only
Brake Mount: IS 6 Bolt only
End Caps: Double sealed (tool free installation, torque caps also included)
Bearings: Enduro Abec 5 (Front - MR17287, Rear 6902, Freehub 6802)
Freehub Seal: Enduro
Warranty: 2 Years


Pricing.

Hubset: $369.97 USD / $ 499.97 CAD / € 369.97 / £ 314.97
Front Hub: $99.99 USD / $134.99 CAD / €99.99 / £84.99
Rear Hub: $219.99 USD / $296.99 CAD / €219.99 / £185.99
Freehubs: $49.99 USD / $67.99 CAD / €49.99 / £43.99


OneUp Components Hub


Light, reliable, well-priced.

We wanted hubs for our bikes at a price that we’d pay with our own money. We can’t wait to see what you think.


Available at oneupcomponents.com with free shipping worldwide


OneUp Components, Squamish, BC.
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334 Comments
  • 346 18
 Its called market disruption. Nice work One-Up.
  • 63 98
flag m3000 (Jun 25, 2024 at 9:25) (Below Threshold)
 How exactly? You can buy Hope for a couple notes more, made in UK with better points of engagement etc.
  • 113 2
 @m3000: Hopes gain an extra ~130g of unsprung weight and cost more. Personally I'd rather have a cheaper, lighter hub than more engagement. Durability is TBD, of course.
  • 70 19
 @m3000: More engagement isn't always desirable. It is less durable and results in more pedal kickback from suspension motion. Each person needs to choose the right balance for their needs. One Up chose 44 as the count that makes sense for most people. I suspect we'll see aftermarket rings at high engagement for people who prefer quicker ratcheting over reduced pedal/suspension interaction.
  • 7 19
flag jdejace (Jun 25, 2024 at 9:38) (Below Threshold)
 @dfiler: yup. You can optimize with high engagement + O chain or low engagement + high pivot. Or choose your compromise.
  • 67 18
 @m3000: Good old British engineering and quality... Jaguar...Orange Bikes...
  • 5 1
 Already sold out
  • 11 0
 @Kamperk87:I'll pile on with the good old Lucas Lighting AKA The Prince of Darkness.
  • 4 23
flag tempnoo1 FL (Jun 25, 2024 at 9:54) (Below Threshold)
 @m3000: People only really care for stuff that's made in their own country. POE is inversely correlated with suspension performance. If you have a hardtail sure, but the type to buy a hub on it's own probably doesn't.
  • 36 55
flag m3000 (Jun 25, 2024 at 10:31) (Below Threshold)
 @dfiler: I would far prefer the UK engineered and manufactured hubs for 30 euro / quid more for a pair than these rebranded Asian jobbies
  • 35 7
 @Kamperk87: Red Bull F1 cars... Atherton bikes...we like to cover all bases on our little island.
  • 11 19
flag gulogulointhearctic FL (Jun 25, 2024 at 11:39) (Below Threshold)
 @Kamperk87: yeah people in the UK are obsessed with Hope wheel parts. Like it's all they know that's any good.
  • 26 0
 Eh, looks like good hubs at a reasonable price, they'll sell well and they deserve to sell well. I wouldn't call it 'market disruption,' and I don't know where they're getting that price for DT350s, they're more like $250 for a set round here. About half way between DT350s and Pro 5s is a good price to be.
  • 10 1
 Unfortunately they just couldn't reduce the price by 55 cents.
  • 6 57
flag bohns (Jun 25, 2024 at 13:21) (Below Threshold)
 @m3000: uhh one up machines all their own components in house dude..
  • 15 0
 I'm not sure this qualifies as market disruption, but it's nice to have another player in this field. I can't wait to see the long-term test results of these. I typically build my kid's bikes with DT350s, this might be a cheaper option with a similar result.
  • 42 0
 @bohns: No they don’t - their website clearly states that their products are manufactured in Taiwan.
  • 30 39
flag m3000 (Jun 25, 2024 at 14:15) (Below Threshold)
 @gulogulointhearctic: it’s not about an obsession with Hope in particular - it’s about value for money compared to the quality on offer.

These are obviously rebadged hubs, there is no innovation apart from the colour. Hope manufactures in house, not in a massive factory in Taiwan where dozens of other brands pump out the same stuff. It’s just clear to me that I’d support a brand like that, not this rebadged basic hub that everyone seems unreasonably stoked about

At least Hope include a freehub in the price of a single rear hub too
  • 21 1
 @m3000: if they're rebadged, let me know who designed and made them in Asia so I can order a set for half price.
  • 118 2
 @m3000: We take pride in never rebadging or catalog shopping our designs. Everything we make is designed and tested in Squamish, BC Canada.
  • 18 3
 @m3000: Nvidia seems to have trust in Taiwan manufacturing capabilities. Look where that has gotten them - One of the most valuable companies...
  • 17 5
 @m3000: @m3000: I just paid 300€ for DT 240 EXP 20x110 front and 12x157 rear (XD/HG drivers included as well), why would I buy these from OneUp vs the tried and true? I am all for supporting local but unless they're pumping these out locally which they are not it doesn't make sense.
  • 2 3
 @theboypanda:

The Yanks will compete wholeheartedly at any endeavor, and the Brits will enthusiastically bet on the outcomes.
  • 8 1
 @Fix-the-Spade: DT is a lot more expensive in the US than Europe. Going price online for a DT 350 hubset over here is $350-400. I've imported the 10 last DT 240 hubsets I've built up from Germany because I'm over there every year, and can save ~$200 per set that way. If these OneUps prove as reliable as my go-to 240s, plus lighter, cheaper, easier to get, plus 44T included stock, vs the 36T ratchet that comes stock on DT, then my next wheelset will be built around OneUps.
  • 3 1
 @fullsend604: Try getting that threaded drive ring out of your 240’s when the bearing goes to sh*t. I couldn’t get it out, shop couldn’t get it out, ended up being a complete warranty but of course I’m out the cost of a wheel build and new spokes plus time off the bike. Could be isolated case but not sure if DT Swiss hubs are still worthy of their reputation (?). Their “hybrid” hubs for e-bikes do still use the tried and true previous design, so that might be a safer route.
  • 10 8
 @m3000: having had a half dozen hope hubs. Wouldn’t buy again. Expensive given what they are. Location of ones cnc machines doesn’t impact the quality of the hub. Star ratchet is the obviously superior drive mechanism.
  • 2 2
 I’ll wait till their 3rd gen comes out and the prices go up to be with everyone elses.
  • 5 1
 @m3000: how dare you speaking sense in here
  • 2 1
 @dfiler: Hopes come in 108 POE or 54 POE if you choose the e-bike version so you can choose for your needs.
  • 7 9
 @m3000: Can’t believe you got downvoted for saying something that’s true. These are Taiwanese hubs in fancy colours with a ratchet freehub. Silt use something very similar in their wheels.

Hope are not the lightest or necessarily the best, but they last well in muddy conditions and they supply spares for years after production of a hub ends.
  • 5 11
flag krystianj FL (Jun 26, 2024 at 3:02) (Below Threshold)
 @Jprestidge: pawls & springs are dogshit
  • 3 10
flag lenniDK (Jun 26, 2024 at 11:09) (Below Threshold)
 @OneUpComponents: your website says MADE IN TAIWAN. Not necessarily anything wrong with that, just be honest
  • 9 1
 @lenniDK: Where do you see something contradicting this?
Clearly states "Designed and tested in Squamish" - "Made in Taiwan"
  • 12 0
 @lenniDK: Taiwan is almost always the best place to manufacture bike parts. Unless you want to pay a large premium. There’s a few exceptions obviously, but in general, that where all the know how and equipment is.
  • 2 3
 With a 15mm rear axle the only thing it will be disrupting is your ride when it breaks. Seriously, how the hell did any rider sign off on that? I notice it is conspicuously absent from the specs until you look up the bearing sizes...
  • 2 0
 @G-Sport: DT, Onyx, I9 all use 15mm. It's not as simple as one number.
  • 3 1
 @jdejace: no you're right it's not. But there is no way to make a 15mm axle with a 12mm hole down the middle spanning a 148mm gap with bearings virtually in the middle that is sufficiently stiff and durable enough for me, and I would suggest a majority of riders reading this.
Flexible axles result in bearing misalignment and premature failure and give a shitty ride feel. Weak axles snap.
  • 1 0
 @G-Sport: Hadley use 20mm and I believe Hopes are 17mm so you've got options.

It's odd how the little details matter. DT don't have a rep for breaking axles. I9 do and I broke two myself, but their new design that basically just added a washer has been fine. I've not had problems with bearings though I know many do. Might have to do with QC on the hub shell, or just some frames flex more than others. But anyway experiences vary widely on 15mm hub axles.
  • 1 1
 @fullsend604: because exp isnt good
  • 167 2
 Definitely need a silver polish option
  • 11 0
 seconded
  • 15 0
 First thing I looked for even before engagement, weight or bearing resistance lol
  • 12 2
 I agree, they should do gold, bronze, kash, silver, metallic grey, matte black, etc. If you build a wheelset with a colored hub, who knows if it will match your next bike.
  • 2 0
 Looks really nice. I want gun metal blue as well.
  • 1 0
 Without doubt. Silver is my only option.
  • 99 3
 Sooo. DT 350 with color options?
  • 38 1
 Basically, and a touch lighter…
  • 43 4
 yes. but also cheaper and lighter than the DT 250..
  • 27 7
 And without the assurance that the bearings will be perfectly aligned and only wear out after a really long time
  • 11 1
 What's the advantage of these over DT350 (other than the color option which may be important to some)? Just the weight? They're a good bit more expensive (at least here in Europe) so that's a tough sell. Or is it to compete against the DT240?
  • 24 0
 @vinay: I mean lighter than dt 240, cheaper than dt 350 (in the USA), but hard to say if these will last 10+ years with all service parts available easily like 350 & 240 hubs
  • 19 0
 It also looks like you won't have to remove a drive ring to replace bearings which is a nice feature.
  • 9 0
 @avg-roadie: Ah yeah, I see. In Europe the (online) shop prices for One Up stuff are pretty much in line with what One Up themselves sells them for on their own website. A DT350 front hub typically is below 60 euros and a rear hub below 160 euros though I admit it's been a few years since I shopped for these.

Other than that, it is a matter of faith I suppose. People know how long DT hub parts last, for a new one it is always to be seen. Wear parts typically are excluded from warranty so you'll always have that. Yet at the same time of course, One Up has built a good name for themselves so more than enough reason to trust them. I'm only using a chainguide/bashprotector and a simple front axle of theirs (to replace the finicky Maxle axle) and they're doing perfectly fine.
  • 11 0
 @vinay: I love a 350 or pre-exp 240 but it's hard to stomach DT pricing in the States when EU street prices are often lower than wholesale.
For EU prices I'm in on 350 all day every day. For US prices not so much.
  • 6 0
 @drapeau: Fair and it obviously goes for North American products in Europe as well.
  • 10 0
 @drapeau: $696 USD for a set of DT 240? Wow I just paid 300 euros for 20x110mm front and 12x157mm rear (came with SRAM XD and Shim HG driver too), that pricing is absurd and no wonder people don't want to support the industry there. I also just bought Maxxis Assegai DH casing 2.5" for $35 and I think over the pond they're 3x if not more. You guys are getting harsh ripped off that is wild!
  • 5 0
 these are DT420's
  • 1 0
 @avg-roadie: my 240 EXP hub lasted me about 6 months. When the bearings went bad neither shop nor I could get the threaded drive ring out to access the drive side bearing. Needed to replace the whole hub.
  • 7 0
 Looks like every hub is going to be a "DT" now that their patent is expired.
  • 2 0
 @vinay: I have recently built a WHEEL with dt370 (new one with ratchet) & fr 540 rim for 250EUR total... in Poland, so cheaper than the OneUp hub + freewheel alone.
  • 1 0
 @lkubica: Yeah. I live in The Netherlands though I buy a lot through a German mailorder. It's been a few years but I used a DT 350 hybrid hub for about 150 euros. I don't have pedal assist but I prefer the steel freehub body. The Spank Spike rim was below 70, maybe even below 60 euro. I prefer to use DT Alpine III spokes so yeah, it might have been around 250 euros too. Just not recent, more like two years ago or so.
  • 4 0
 @Blownoutrides: I welded a impact 1/2 socket to the drive ring tool, never had a drive ring stuck with that tool
  • 79 3
 Patiently waiting for these hubs to show up as a build option with We Are One rims.
  • 23 1
 I'd be surprised, since OneUp is owned by Pon
pon.com/en/activities/bikes/performance-bikes/oneup-components
which also owns Santa Cruz/Reserve wheels
I'd say buy a set before they only come equipped as complete wheelset (or just buy a complete wheelset, Reserve rims are great, carbon and alloy)
  • 4 0
 @blcpdx: I have loved the Reserve alloys since they came out. Durable but always been supported by warranty until recently. Not sure why they've taken a turn downhill. Disappointing as I have always recommended them to friends
  • 50 0
 We are oneup's
  • 5 1
 You can already order some on IMBYBIKES
  • 3 0
 @blcpdx: dammit... This is why I still ride Hadley Hubs
  • 2 0
 @jkella: @jkella: On the website it still shows the lifetime warranty for aluminum wheels. What has changed with the warranty?
  • 1 0
 @MauiMax: curious on that as well
  • 1 0
 @jkella: Interesting, yeah, I've only heard good things about warranty, but never had to use it myself.
  • 3 1
 @blcpdx: good point, I didn't realize One-up had sold.

Now that im research I will add the other relevant Pon brands

Cannondale, Focus, GT, Santa Cruz/Juliana/Reserve, Mongoose, Schwinn, Cervelo etc
  • 7 1
 Fanatik has them on their site already and you can custom build with WeAreOne's... built, with Factions/ rim strip / valves is showing it would be $1200... that's awesome
  • 3 0
 Nobl already has them but they are more expensive than dt350. IF WaO ends up carrying them it'll be interesting to see how they price out compared to DT. I'm assuming that while DT retail is higher than OneUp companies can get them wholesale cheaper.
  • 2 0
 @dfbland: Hadley! Sound sick and have Ti freehub body.
  • 1 0
 @Blownoutrides: high five to that
  • 1 0
 @jkella: can we get more info on this please
  • 2 0
 @MauiMax: As of last week I was informed that they had ended the built wheel warranty program, as it "created waste in terms of orphan hubs". So they now send a hoop and nipples to be built at your local Santa Cruz dealer with a service credit that is fulfilled through your local Santa Cruz rep. Which wouldn't be a problem, but is when your shop is backed up three weeks and you bought the wheels on the basis that they would be replaced as a built wheel. I pointed out that the warranty still claims to be covered as a built wheel which seems like false advertising, and that it should be changed if their policy has changed while honoring the original warranty to those that bought before the change. I was told that the information would be passed on to the next level...classic.
  • 2 0
 @jkella: yah and what is the wheel building competency of your local santa cruz dealer...
  • 1 0
 I’m already getting instagram ads from imby for exactly that
  • 57 12
 Awesome. I need something to replace my constantly axle-shattering I9 rear hub. This looks like a great option.
  • 41 10
 You and everyone else on I9. Terrible bearings, fragile axles. They really missed the mark with QC and Design.
  • 18 1
 @enki Have you tried their latest axle design (late 2022 onwards)? I broke a couple of the old ones within months but this one has been solid for me on the enduro bike since 10/2022. I'm 190lbs.
  • 8 1
 I'm on my 3rd hydra freehub body. The pawl seats keep ovalizing and mushrooming leading to annoying creaking. At least they have been good with the warranty replacing the freehub each time at no cost.
  • 11 1
 @duffman1976: yes, their customer service/warranty is outstanding. Would be better if it weren't used too often. I am too weak to have your problems luckily, once they fixed the axles I was good.

Staying on topic - I think OneUp customer service (also excellent) on a lighter, cheaper, prettier DT style hub is a good deal. We'll see how reliable they are.
  • 8 0
 @porkchopsandwich: Been on the same pair of CK hubs for about 10 years now....4 bikes and two sets of rims...with only basic service done on them....still going strong!
  • 3 1
 The i9 1/1s aren't a bad option. Not as fancy as the hydras but simpler. One has been surviving no issue as a dh hub for a couple years on the rear of my dh rig.
  • 6 0
 This is reeaaalllly light for a rear hub.

My last rear hub for my gravel bike (yes, gravel bike, not my mountain bike) had a 220 gram hub that bent at the axle...

Hunt makes a 230 gram rear hub. Its rated for road and gravel riding, not mtb...
  • 4 0
 @cougar797: I'm on 1/1 for 4 years now without even a service. Have had zero issues.
  • 1 0
 I went through 6 axles finally got a steel one from Pinner Machine Shop:

pinnermachineshop.com/en-us/products/forever-axle-for-industry-nine-hydra-rear-hub
  • 48 4
 Great option, great price, and great company!!!
  • 10 2
 OneUp has had a creeping takeover of my bike's components for the past 6 years and will continue to do so with products like this!
  • 38 0
 Anyone notice their scale when weighing the hub was one meant for coffee pourovers with a built in timer? I guess they're nerds about both coffee and bikes!
  • 9 0
 Yes, I was waiting for the presenter to spin the hub using a WDT tool.
  • 15 1
 Is it possible to be a mountain biker and not like coffee at least just a little bit?
  • 38 0
 @voler-1:

*sips coffee* Probably not *Sips IPA*
  • 8 0
 @voler-1: Well, I never liked coffee, or beer, so I guess I'm not a cyclist.

Even more concerning, I'm a former sailor.
  • 34 2
 Light. Cheap. Purple. Checks all the boxes.
  • 7 20
flag nozes (Jun 25, 2024 at 9:39) (Below Threshold)
 I wouldn't call $370 "cheap".
  • 24 0
 @nozes: For an F/R set, that's not bad at all.
  • 6 0
 @nozes: Do you have any other suggested hubs that are cheaper? These are less than DT350, Spank Hex, Hope Pro5, and i9 1/1. I guess Shimano probably has something cheaper?
  • 8 9
 @IsaacWislon82: None of those are "cheap" options in my opinion.
I read "cheap" as inexpensive,or low-cost,something that a $370 hubset ain't.
Reasonable for the quality? Well priced compared to similar products? Sure.
  • 6 5
 @nozes: Anything cheaper than these probably doesn't have a place/ fit on an MTB. Are you actually comparing these to something you would find on, say, a $400 commuter bike?
  • 10 0
 @leon-forfar: @leon-forfar: I would say Shimano XT hubs at about $150-200 for a set are right at home on a decent MTB (but are not as nice nor boutique as these).
  • 6 0
 @leon-forfar : tons of hubs that belong on mountain bike and cheaper than the top ones he listed, tf you smoking
  • 5 2
 @woofer2609: It only costs a little more to support a Canadian company that is not yet making fishing reels on a global level but IS offering the Purpz.
  • 13 0
 @suspended-flesh: OneUp is owned by a Dutch company with almost 14,000 employees across 34 countries (from their website). OneUp is still semi autonomous, employs many locals, and I don't begrudge them for selling their company and staying on as
employee engineers. Pon seems to have a lot of integrity, and OneUp made an excellent business plan. I
buy their products, but don't fool yourself into thinking OneUp is solely 3 guys working out of a garage. The Japanese company Shimano makes some products in Japan, I am not sure if OneUp makes (m)any of its products in Canada. Again, not slagging them, just setting the record straight.
  • 5 0
 @woofer2609: I admit I forgot about the Pon deal and was thinking about Squamish. I will have to base my flimsy case solely on the colors offered. I will add that I am still running Zee brakes and a hub on a DJ that have been pretty indestructible.
  • 2 0
 @ElliottIB: I certainly would not say there are "tons" of hubs cheaper than these. I've worked in a mountain bike shop for over 10 years and am very familiar with what hubs are out there. Yes, the Shimano hubs are cheaper, but they are also pretty maintenance heavy and not the most durable option out there. Other than them, it's damn near impossible to find a sub $300 MSRP rear hub of decent quality/reliability from any distributors here in Canada. The Spank Hex and Sram 746 are pretty much the only ones that are similar or slightly cheaper in price.
  • 30 1
 This article may win an award for the most positive responses in a Pinkbike comment section.
  • 20 1
 I have dt hubs on both of my bikes. My 350s are on their 10th season and seen many different bikes. The only thing I don't like about them is how damn hard it is to remove the lock ring to service the bearings (like once every 5 years years). Didn't think I'd ever use another hub but these might be it. Lighter, same ratchet mechanism, and no threaded lock ring to remove. And substantially cheaper than 240s here in Canada.
  • 6 0
 The DT Swiss DEG no longer needs to remove the drive ring to service the inner bearings. Larger ratchet surface area as well and more points of engagement
  • 9 0
 I'm in the same boat. DT 350 hubs never seem to die. That, combined with the reasonable price and weight is why they're my go-to. If OneUp manages similar durability at a lower price and significantly lower weight, I'll be blown away (although they have a tendency to disrupt the market). Once a few thousand of these make it through a handful of seasons with no reported issues, I'll jump on board.
  • 2 1
 @avg-roadie: ah they fixed it with a new design. Wow… EXP was big miss (and only around for a hot minute).
  • 2 0
 @Blownoutrides: Dont think it was a miss, stronger and lighter than 350 classic ratchet, and EXP is still going to exist in xc and trail wheels, DEG is for Trail - Enduro.
  • 27 7
 Imagine working at DT Swiss today... Yikes.
  • 48 0
 They’ll be watching the sales of their amazing rims continue to tick up.
  • 7 0
 Earlier than today. There are several star ratchet clones on the market already.
  • 9 0
 @pisgahgnar: this reminds me I should buy an EX471
  • 3 0
 Didn't somebody say imitation is the highest form of flattery.
  • 4 0
 Just had an EX511 built. Love their rims.
  • 5 0
 I'm sure OneUp isn't the last company to clone a ratchet drive hub but they are one of the better companies to try it so we'll see what happens. Either way DT is still a top notch company and I doubt this will put too large a dent in their market share. DT350s are still the standard.
  • 4 1
 @dsciulli19: OneUp is owned by Pon. The fact that they can make these in house OEM for Santa Cruz alone and switch away from DT is enormous. Huge dent.
  • 2 0
 @nathan-likes-stuff: What makes you think that they're made in house?
  • 25 8
 Two additional comments.

High engagement people are strange. World XC racers have no problem winning with 36T DT ratchet hubs. What the hell are they doing?

And OneUp's website in the best in the industry.
  • 22 4
 The climbs where you might notice high engagement the most are steep, very technical ones with lots of on/off power moves, not exactly what you see on XCO courses.

I'm also skeptical how beneficial super high engagement is past 40-60 POE, but just pointing out it's not a perfect comparison.
  • 36 1
 @CaMKii: Yet most people I know with hard ons for hydras are not putting any effort into going uphill.
  • 37 1
 Has a lot to do with whether you spend your hours on a bike riding or stuck at a desk at a day job over-thinking everything about riding.
  • 6 0
 High engagement on my hardtail. Tell me why I shouldn’t?
  • 9 1
 @speed10: Typically the smaller you make the pawls/ratchet, the more fragile, less durable it will be.
  • 5 4
 You notice engagement far more with lower gearing. Hydra POE vs OneUp POE in 30/51 gear combo will feel wildly different with a ton of dead stroke on the OneUps. You'll feel less of this at higher gearing.
  • 2 0
 I'm generally being crap and ratcheting over techie bits one half pedal at a time.
  • 2 0
 @BuntyHoven1: Im on Onyx and I do like the techie stuff on the hardtail. My full suspension bikes are not on high engagement, but I still feel it belongs on the hardtails. Appreciate the point made about durability.
  • 2 0
 @speed10: I have a front Onyx and would love to justify a Vesper rear but it's easy to spend $600 on one... I have other hobbies, Onyx, FFS!.
  • 17 1
 I love the freehub pricing. 2-3x cheaper than DT Swiss. Drives me crazy that the freehubs are sooooo expensive.
  • 1 0
 Did you check SunRingle freehub bodies? Remember when I had Duroc 35. Freehub body cost ~100$. When the whole rear wheel could be found for 150$
  • 3 0
 @Auris: oh yes. I had a SunRingle SRC on my fat bike until it blew up twice last year. 10 rides between blowups. I think that SunRingle hubs are trash (and their Canadian distributor has even worse customer service- more than 6 weeks for a warranty claim!).
  • 2 0
 @finblarr: Wow, that's pretty bad. I was looking at a SunRingle wheel with that hub and didn't know how fragile they are. I'm glad I ordered a wheel with a 350.
  • 2 0
 @NWBasser: you will never regret getting a 350.
  • 13 0
 Looks great, and sounds like a good set of compromises. Should I worry about wear on the drive ring?
So many pretty colours but not the silver I crave.
  • 18 0
 I was thinking they missed the mark not have a silver one!!
  • 6 0
 The drive ring being aluminum and built-in to the hub shell was also my only worry, but I'm sure they've done their homework. Very nice design. I think they're going to sell a boat load of these.
  • 10 0
 Agreed, color lineup is missing shiny silver.
  • 7 0
 I know! I would have bought these right away in silver haha
  • 33 2
 Unlike pawl hub designs, ratchet teeth do not spin in the drive ring or cause wear. The drive ring is a static interface. Machining the drive ring directly into the hub shell makes the hub lighter with a wider bearing stance and easier to replace bearings. OneUp hubs are machined from 7000 series aluminium which is strong enough for an integrated drive ring. 6000 series hub shell bodies are not strong enough for an integrated drive ring. No plans for Silver hubs, yet...
  • 8 1
 @OneUpComponents: Are the bodies machined from bar or from a forging?
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents: Are these hubs rated for tandem bikes along with Ebikes?
  • 3 0
 @OneUpComponents: How about Gold?

My bike is a Mr. T special!
  • 2 0
 @justanotherusername: I think you’ve answered why DT’s are more costly
  • 2 0
 @OneUpComponents:
>No plans for Silver hubs, yet

How about matte black with green logos?
  • 1 0
 The drive ring on the DTSwiss freehub body is aluminum. No issues there under what I assume are the same farces as on the hub shell side.
  • 1 1
 @Someoldfart: True. I guess it's more of a worry if you get issues on the hub side as it would mean a wheel rebuild. As you say it's likely a non-issue as OneUp does their homework. They're just the first to introduce the idea.
  • 12 1
 So very close to a DT 240, and the pricing is competitive in the USA, but probably less in Europe. Those looking pretty solid, all the right features and simplicity, and 44T is plenty. Looking forward to the long-term reviews.
  • 18 4
 They One-Upped the competition yet again
  • 10 1
 Very, very convincing offering. OneUp is killing it!

My only hesitation is the machined ratchet housing, but anodized 7075 should have adequate hardness and stiffness/strength to support the drive ring. Also curious to see how the axles hold up.
  • 4 0
 As long as the ratchet/hub-shell interface remains clean and wel lubricated the wear should be minimal. But better avoid getting small and hard dirt particles in there, this could wear down the hub shell interface quickly. More or less akin to the Extralite hubs that feature such an interface too, albeit with an aluminium ratchet ring to match. Note that I own Extralite hubs, so I have no principal problem with such an interface. Just don't power wash near your rear hub, this could move dirt past the free-hub/hub-shell seal and do regular maintenance with an approved product.
  • 11 0
 Nice for all u north americans , but here in Europe a set of 350s are still significantly cheaper…..and avab with CL….
  • 26 13
 I'm willing to pay more to not have to deal with centerlock.
  • 3 0
 @toast2266: what's the issue with CL? I've never had any problems with it, so I'm genuinely curious.
  • 3 0
 @toast2266: Not that you have to change rotors that often but what is wrong with CL? I much prefer it to 6 bolt as when you do swap or service your hubs it's literally just one ring you remove in about 5 seconds.. Where 6 bolt you have to do them one at a time, snug, then cross pattern snug, and also don't strip the torx bolt while doing it. CL are so easy, and for weight weenies aren't they lighter? I could be wrong on that part.
  • 2 1
 @finblarr: they cost more, they necessitate a 2 piece rotor, they can't be tightened trail side (unless you carry a tool that no one actually carries), they can't be spaced out (e.g. when doing a 142 to 148 hub conversion), and they're less common, so if I destroy a rotor, there's a lower chance that some random shop is going to have a suitable replacement.

Literally the only upside is that it takes 25 seconds less to install them.
  • 9 1
 Nice.

Now... when does your mineral oil, compatible with Shimano pads, close to the bar bite non-linear lever pull, with dual bleed ports and full user servicability (with a braided line option) DH brake launch?
  • 5 0
 Right after the 160/150 alloy bike, solid rear triangle, a-la carte chainstay length options, frame storage, all cable routing in a bolt-on downtube/shuttle protector.
  • 1 0
 Dear Santa i would like a 26 FS enduro rig with modern geometry and components please
  • 2 0
 @devinkalt: serious thought: I wonder how a full 650B bike in its high position (so assuming a flip chip) with 26" wheels would ride
  • 3 0
 @pmhobson: get a Banshee and you can try it out
  • 9 0
 Woah, I didn't pick up on it earlier skimming the article while at work, but laser etching the hub specs on the shell for wheel builders is a subtle but totally baller move.
  • 12 2
 Guess these will be the new hubs on all Reserve wheels?
  • 2 0
 Hopefully...all One Up stuff I have has been great and I have been close to pulling the trigger on some Reserve AL wheels.
  • 12 2
 OneUp....the MTB brand of the people!!
  • 11 0
 Need Silver option
  • 9 0
 This won’t be a popular comment here no doubt, but do you plan on offering in gravel sizes? @OneUpComponents
  • 5 0
 Information on what the HG free hub is made off, cheesy Aluminium or real Steel ?
would help the likes of folk like me, free hub cost is favourable at £44 if true.
If parts availability can match that of Hope here in the UK, then I could be converted in
spending my wonga stateside : )
  • 5 0
 Lighter usually is a tradeoff for "less durable" in the MTB world. They look good, but this is always the question. Good luck early adopters! If they are still rolling and happy next time I need a wheelset, they can go on the shortlist.
  • 9 1
 They quote the hubs as cheaper but it does not include the freehub. A little bit of funny math going on there.
  • 5 0
 The only thing that I didn't like from OneUp is their grips, that is more of a personal preference. Through the years have purchased 5 droppers from them and one was blah, just not right from day one, they took care of me though. I am willing to buy anything they make. I have the carbon bars, chain rings, 2 of the pumps with tools, pedals on my wifes bike (I ride clips)
  • 5 1
 Oh eff me, these hubs look like the business. OneUp makes great innovative products and these hubs are more evidence of that. The green looks dark enough to match up with my Rallon. I can't see anything to criticize about these hubs. It looks quite likely that these will end up on my bike at some point.
  • 7 0
 I fucking love OneUp. I know it's dreaming, but please make a fat bike version.
  • 4 0
 great hub, but having ratchet fixed on 1 side is a bad choice. this is the mistake DT made with latest 240 exp hubs (I have one on my bike). It works much worse than a 350one. And I doubt this doesn't have the same issue with the engagement from time to time
One of the reason DT will move away from EXP and why new DAG hubs don't have that ratchet system

Also, DT swiss costs in Europe like... 150 euro per rear hub due to damped prices
  • 8 1
 makes me want to build a new wheelset
  • 4 0
 The fact that they put the bearing numbers in the press release already has me sold. I love DT 350's but I can't believe how hard they make it to figure out what bearings are in the damn things.
  • 9 2
 They are frustratingly good at everything they do! Nice work Oneup.
  • 4 0
 My only complaint...the Green Ano doesn't match the rest of the green on my bike... Frown

Love what I'm seeing with these hubs! No nonsense, no gimmicks, strong rationale for their design/engineering choices, priced well
  • 4 0
 Considering the bloated pricing of "premium" aftermarket bike parts, these are shockingly a decent deal. If the quality and durability are similar to One Up's other products. They will certainly be on my radar.
  • 6 2
 They look great. I'm a big fan of DT 350s and getting them in colours would be a great bonus. Any plans to make centre lock ones?
  • 1 0
 What is the appeal to center lock? I only am aware of downsides to them: heavier, need a special tool (compared to the star head on normal 6 bolt), their is no performance gain.
  • 1 0
 @Bfe6iVay: a lot easier to fly with. Taking discs off bike to pack in a bag takes seconds. I think they look nicer too
  • 13 7
 Superboost hub in the long run ?
  • 10 9
 Superboost+ is the opposite of simple and well priced.
  • 2 0
 Yeah curious about that too. I’ve got two Pivot bikes. These seem like a great hub option in theory.
  • 7 1
 Thank you OneUp ! Finally, something the working man can afford.
  • 6 0
 Shoulda called it the OneUb
  • 3 0
 These seem great, but I can buy a DT350 for 170 USD here in Switzerland... But a rear hub from OneUp with the free hub body is 291 USD... The pricing table seems off for Europe.
  • 4 0
 I really want to be a one up fan and I think I might still be maybe, but I’ve had 3 of their products now and they’ve all had issues
  • 4 0
 Good design, low weight, aggressive pricing (compared to other "premium" hubs) AAAAAAND anodized colors. Yeah, I'll probably be lacing up a set in the next year or so.
  • 3 1
 Love to see these guys crank out affordable, non-nonsense gear. I would like to see a "star ratchet upgrade" from these guys in the future to bump up the engagement a bit. 44 is plenty as I get on just fine with the 36 pt / 10 degree engagement on one of my bikes, but I do enjoy the rapid drive 108 point on my Trek
  • 3 1
 We genuinely would like to see this product succeed (we are not a dealer) - these hubs seem to be designed to give the consumer the win, it would be great to see more component makers follow OneUp’s lead in philosophy and pricing
  • 5 0
 I prefer hubs with a little bit of non-sense.
  • 2 0
 I like what they have done here. The one thing I would have liked (that Hope has figured out), is a front 15mm/20mm swappable option. Downhill forks are a thing... Saves buying two wheels.
  • 5 0
 Still waiting for silent, light hubs. Cheap would be nice too.
  • 3 0
 Do I understand correctly that both bearing are pressed into the hub shell from the non-drive side and preloaded with the lock ring just like in soul-kozakhubs?
  • 1 1
 Nope, bearing are pressed from two different sides.
  • 1 0
 @deanw: Nope. Watch the hub service video, both bearings go in from the NDS.
  • 1 0
 No mention of there only being one spring. A fixed ratchet ring in the hub shell, movable ratchet ring in the freehub body. That didn't work super well for DT with the EXP hubs or any of the other versions of that particular design. Hope this one works better. Both ratchets being able to move is part o the magic of the original DT version in the 350, 240, etc.
  • 2 0
 To mention using the hub shell as the drive ring.
  • 3 2
 These look amazing on paper, really hope they prove to be that good in the real world. That rubber seal on the freehub is draggy, I’d rather have a tighter tolerance and labyrinth like DT. Oneup stuff is known to be a bit out of spec too so we will see if these hold up and everything fits consistently.
  • 2 1
 Lol I've been using ztto m2 ratchets on two wheelsets now for 3 years right along side dt swiss 240s. Cant tell the difference and a set cost me 150 cdn. One 18t and one 54. Such a simple design that's out of patent. They seem to be like making spaghetti, shouldn't be able to screw it up but are very reliable.
  • 6 2
 I will get a set, well done Oneup. Thank you for NOT doing Stuperboost - let that crap die.
  • 3 0
 @OneUpComponents
Have you thought about making ones for gravel bikes, touring etc ? 100 front and 142 rear. These would be perfect for that with the low weight and colours.
  • 2 1
 The included grease is actually a nice and important touch when it comes to maintenance and serviceability. I think thats one of the weaknesses of the DT design - it's so easy to open and clean, but then people tend to use standard thick grease, not realizing it's likely to wear out the ratchet teeth. Providing the correct grease shows OneUp is putting their money where their mouth is, and actually trying to improve serviceability.
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents The website mentions compatibility in DT Hubs with a spacer. Where can I purchase said spacer and is this just EXP hubs or the standard ratchet system too?

I very much like that these teeth are angled like King hubs and am interested in upgrading.
  • 3 2
 Ding-ding-ding! We have a winner! 44 POS = perfect. All above is not noticable.

The time differance is between 8 degrees and Hydras 0.5 degrees and it is as 0.01387 seconds slower to engage at 90rpm if you have a 155mm will move 20mm (in a bow) longer than a hydra hub and 175mm long crankarm will move 23mm.

0,01387 seconds is not a noticable differance...
Even if you spinn at half the cadance the time differance will be 0,02774 seconds.
  • 1 0
 I usually really like OneUp stuff but I'm slightly underwhelmed by these. I like that they're lower weight, I like that they're pretty well priced, I really like the specs etched into the hub shell for wheel builders but I really wish they came in more axle/frame spacing options. I get that 110/148 boost and 15/12mm thru axles are the most common so maybe that's something that may come down later the line? Would also like more engagement personally but not a deal breaker especially for the price — again, could easily be increased with a different ratchet ring option down the line.

From some of the claims, though, I do also feel like the marketing team has been let a little loose with this one. There's an awful lot of unsupported axle on the non-drive side of the rear hub for my liking. A lot of other 6 bolt hubs often place the non-drive side bearing almost inline with the rotor mount whereas on these the bearing is further inboard and more inline with the spoke flange. I get that there's more room for sealing with this setup but I take issue with claiming the bearings are "spaced as wide as possible" when they just... aren't.

I am also a little concerned over the durability of an integrated aluminium alloy drive ring although I'm prepared to give them the benefit of the doubt on that one. They have messed up with reliability before (looking at you EDC stem and preload collar) but my experience with most of their stuff has been stellar. We'll just have to wait and see how long they last in the real world I guess.
  • 1 0
 People who are super into high engagement are in it for the bling game and it's lame. The only people who need it are trials riders. The loudest and most high engagement hubs I see are on bikes of "avid cyclists" who drive their big ass vanity truck to every trailhead.

Awesome work OneUp. I hope it's not a loud hub either. I look forward to trying one out.
  • 1 0
 the new benchmark. haaaaahahahah. failure #1 you got rid of the threaded steel inserts that the star ratchets interface with. There is a reason aluminum should never be a part of a mechanical splined system. Fixed parts....yes ok, but moving, sliding hardened steel parts will always chew out softer aluminum splines. And then you add emotor power and youve got a recipe for disaster. There are some things that should never be sacrificed for weight savings.
  • 6 2
 Unreasonably excited about this. Well done OneUp.
  • 2 0
 Watched the video but didn’t get much of an idea of sound, the newer DT hubs where on ratchet is fixed seemed really loud, wonder if these are the same noise levels ?
  • 2 0
 Having ridden exp, and old DT design before that, I would say the loudness of the hub has way more to do with the condition of the grease than exp vs old. I can’t say that one is inherently louder or quieter than the other, but I wouldn’t judge it based on a video that’s for sure. Like all DT hubs it basically goes from silent to loud over time.

I don’t think most people would be able to tell you which DT hub they are on without looking.
  • 1 0
 @litany: I guess I'm noise sensitive, I tried EXP240, tried extra grease ( original DT ) any they were way louder than my previous 350, I have the latest DT 350 and the 36T ratchet defintely seems louder than the old18T but maybe that is just the pitch of noise.

I would love some silent Onyx hubs but there is no distributor in the UK and they are crazy expensive to import.
  • 3 0
 18 to 36 to 44 to 54 always increases the volume along the way.
  • 4 1
 I was about to buy some hubs, now I'm about to buy some hubs. Well done One Up.
  • 4 0
 Love them, but my DT wont die, so I'll never have these in my life.
  • 2 0
 I’m guessing that being that PON own One Up now, these hubs will used by Reserve Wheels on Cannondale, Sant Cruz and Cervelo bikes.
  • 3 0
 What happens when the drive ring wears out? You just replace the entire hub at that point, I assume?
  • 3 0
 Great work cheap and easy in the consumer pockets and also serviceable this I’m getting
  • 3 0
 These look sick! Purple hubs would be the dream. Been really loving my one up dropper and pedals.
  • 2 0
 I bet they will release the better ratchet(like engagement) in near future.
  • 4 2
 Higher engagement will likely be available from a 3rd party if not from one up. Though it should be noted that this level of engagement is optimal for riders who prefer less pedal kickback and better durability. More engagement points would cause more pedal kickback and isn't as durable for high torque use, such as e-bikes.
  • 2 2
 @dfiler: and produce more drag
  • 3 2
 @dfiler: I'm not convinced the lower POI will meaningfully help with pedal kickback, seeing as you could be anywhere in that 0-8deg range before engagement. If anything that just seems like the pedal kick could be more inconsistent
  • 2 0
 Not 100% sure but seems like a DT 54 would pop right in.
  • 4 0
 Yes - I'll take two!
  • 3 0
 Dem is some light hubs. Like it.
  • 1 0
 Can you use their star ratchets in DT hubs, or vice versa? I'm guessing no, but it'd be nice to not have to have two kinds around
  • 2 0
 Their website says you can't use DT star ratchets in the OneUp hub, but you can use OneUp's star ratchet in a DT hub with a spacer. No word on what the spacer would be or how it would work.
  • 1 0
 @vitaflo: thanks! I can't read good
  • 2 1
 Hm. I wonder if they're even made by the same factory as DT Swiss...
www.pinkbike.com/news/meet-your-maker-kt-taiwans-massive-hub-facility-taipei-cycle-show-2024.html
  • 2 0
 I guess I shouldn't assume DT Swiss is also manufactured by KT. But it does look like KT specializes in star ratchet style hubs after the patent has expired.
  • 2 0
 The freehubs are sold separately. thanks that ratchet rings and bearings are included in main hub.
  • 2 0
 Every single OneUp component I've tried has been awesome. I don't expect these hubs to be any different.
  • 2 0
 My only wish is that they made these in Road/Gravel hub sizes.....(and Centerlock, I suppose)
  • 3 0
 Need a polished/raw colour
  • 3 0
 good job OneUp. great design with a super price.
  • 1 0
 i wonder how easy it will be to pop out those bearings...will these need a special tool and a lot of brute force like the old DT hubs
  • 3 1
 Interesting choice to leave Newmen off the list.
  • 1 0
 36poe pawl hub?
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents might have missed it in the massive list of comments, but will nobl or we are one stock these for their builds?
  • 3 0
 Let's hope it's not too loud.
  • 3 0
 Hubs: Pick a brand and be a dick about it.
  • 3 0
 So they are dt swiss knock off's in pretty colours.
  • 4 1
 Light, Cheap, Strong. Pick two
  • 2 0
 So, how do you service the rear drive side bearing with the lock ring machined into the hub?
  • 4 1
 This is rad!
  • 2 0
 Ok, I'm gonna be the guy that complains...would love silver ones! Smile
  • 3 0
 I f*cking love this.
  • 1 0
 Can these take DT Swiss ratchets? I'm one of those people who prefers low engagement hubs on my full sus.
  • 3 0
 green looks tight!
  • 1 0
 I'd be interested to know the weight of the rear hub with a hg freehub. Does it change much?
  • 5 0
 XDr is 220g MS is 221g HG is 228g
  • 2 0
 @OneUpComponents: can you make these really quiet with grease in the freehub?
  • 4 2
 they're going to sell a ton of these. one up never misses
  • 2 0
 Just get DT Swiss and stop playing with everyone’s emotions
  • 2 0
 Excellent hubs. Now partner with WAO and Reserve!
  • 4 5
 Good pivot, you cant make an alloy pedal spindle that spins freely or a dropper post that doesn't eat its own internals and requires weekly servicing, probably time to try something else.
  • 2 1
 Still the weak Point. The bearing must be in Line with the hub flange for max Strength.
  • 1 0
 Always like more options. Maybe this will drive down the price of my next DT Swiss 240s!
  • 3 2
 Eeeh considering OneUp has yet to do a dropper post without creep, I'd hold my horses and stick to 350s and Hope hubs
  • 1 0
 I'd like to request a silent hub as well! If I can buy made in PNW, I will.
  • 1 0
 Tairin Silent Shogun. Company is based out of Vancouver, BC. Although both OneUp and Tairin hubs are both made overseas. Or if you're a ring gear fan they just came out with the S1 hub.
  • 2 0
 Strong, Light, Cheap Generally you can only have two at once
  • 2 0
 @OneUpComponents Any plans for super-boost?
  • 2 0
 Torque caps are included with every hub?
  • 2 1
 Enduro trash bearings..... from china. Dt uses skf usually. Ntn is the way. Japan... Also no preload adjust is trash
  • 5 3
 No super boost option
  • 2 0
 No arguments here.
  • 1 0
 Shut up and take my money!
  • 2 0
 polished silver please
  • 2 0
 Just a other hub
  • 2 2
 What are the hub flange spacing and bearing spacing measurements? Will these be published?
  • 4 1
 Flange spacing is literally laser etched right onto the hub.
  • 2 3
 @nnowak: cool - so do I need to buy a hub to know what it is? Or trawl press releases hoping someone takes a close up photo of the rear hub?
  • 2 1
 @Linc: You mean like this one, that's used in this article? ep1.pinkbike.org/p4pb26846993/p4pb26846993.jpg
  • 2 0
 @nnowak: Is it that hard to post them on the product website as well? You know, where people interested in purchasing the hub first go to look for that sort of thing.
  • 1 0
 Now they need to make rims
  • 1 0
 Why is the 240 classic $420 USD a set on R2 but $696 USD in the USA?
  • 2 0
 Because DT sells things for far less in Europe than it does in the USA.
  • 1 0
 Soooo no other options than 148x12 right?
  • 1 1
 Genuine question - with the drive ring being directly machined into the hub shell, won't the hub shell get chewed up?
  • 1 0
 Looks like these will be latest OE hubs for Santa Cruz too.
  • 1 1
 Anyone else catch that it's cheaper to buy them separately than as a set? You can save yourself $50 bucks!
  • 1 0
 It is cheaper as a bundle......I think you excluded the freehub driver in your calculation. The bundle includes one.
  • 2 5
 They have whack-ass enduro bearings and they are proprietary, instead of going with a standard sized skf or *ag bearings which are waaaay cheaper because of the production size. I do not know why dummies are selling the hubs with a freehub sold seperately? They cost around the same as the tried and tested 240s and for even less money you can get 350s. This is not evolving the market, this is exploiting capitalism.
  • 2 1
 In their home market, North America, they are cheaper than 350's. DT overcharges the North American market and then restricts European retailers from being able to sell into said market. So, yeah, if OneUp is exploiting capitalism, so is DT. Welcome to the not quite free market.
  • 1 0
 Looks like the freehubs are compatible with 350?
  • 1 0
 @OneUpComponents could you do clipless pedals next?
  • 4 3
 GAME OVER
  • 2 1
 great, more bike parts
  • 1 1
 Looking great! Maybe someday, but now here it costs 1000....
  • 1 1
 Its called market disruption. Nice work One-Up Wink
  • 2 1
 beautiful
  • 1 0
 Headset bila pula?
  • 2 5
 What's the flange diameter? I'd like to re-use my spokes from the PRO4 I have now.
  • 6 0
 Literally laser etched right onto the hubs.
  • 5 8
 Where's the SuperBoost?!?!
  • 1 0
 I think they decided that they wanted to hit a lower PP and so limited the production to only the most common hub spacing which reduces productions costs. Bummer that you get left out but I bet they offer more spacing options in the future
  • 1 1
 hubs are too lightweight for dh
  • 1 4
 lol 8.2 degrees of engagement
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