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On-One 456 Summer Season SRAM Build

$650 USD
2011 On-One 456 Summer Season hardtail all-mountain / light freeride bike. This was built summer 2011 with a brand new frame, drivetrain and cockpit, and some used bits (brakes, fork, wheels) from past bikes. Everything is in riding condition, ready for the trails. The cassette and chain probably have a half a season left on them before replacing and a derailleur adjustment. The frame is slack-- 66.5 degrees IIRC. It will not win you any XC races, but it is really lively on the downhills -- long and stable, tons of fun hardtail for hucking around. It gets a lot of respect on the trails from those who know On-One. It has ISCG tabs. The fork has remote lockout capabilities, but I DO NOT have the remote, as I never needed it or used it. The remote itself can be had on eBay for $30-40. Any questions or offers, just ask. If you're reading this, it's still up for sale. $650 OBRO, bro. Prefer not to ship, but willing to work with you on the cost. Expect up to $100 to ship, but will just charge you whatever it is, with receipt. Build: FRAME: 2011 On-One 456 Summer Season HEADSET: FSA Pig FORK: Rockshox Revelation 140MM with Motion Control and remote lockout capabilities (see above description). Rebuilt last season by Pedal Power in Middletown, Conn. Straight 1 1/8 steerer. FRONT WHEEL: 26" Bontrager Big Earl, 20MM hub REAR WHEEL: 26" FSA Gravity. This thing can take HITS. Loud hubs, purple nurples. QR skewer. CRANK: SRAM Truvativ Stylo 32T with integrated bash guard, threaded Stylo BB BARS/STEM/SEATPOST: SRAM Truvativ Stylo. Will include a shorter 50MM stem. Seatpost is 27.2MM. Dropper options are out there! GRIPS: Brand new Bontrager lock-on DERAILLEUR: SRAM X9 SHIFTER: SRAM X7, Jagwire cable with uninterrupted housing BRAKES: Avid Juicy 5, 180MM front, 160MM rear. Front brake bled end of last season by Cycling Concepts in Rocky Hill, Conn. Great stopping power CASSETTE/CHAIN: Some mid-level SRAM, not sure the model. 11-34T 9 speed TIRES: Kenda Nevegal. Front is good, rear is brand new. PEDALS: Not really intended to be sold with pedals, but you can have the S-Works flats that are currently on it, if you like.

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edk818 mtbstrengthcoach's article
Jan 4, 2012 at 15:15
Jan 4, 2012
Power Training with Swings and Snatches
Just watch out for your nuts. Or ovaries, for the lady MTBers.
edk818 mikelevy's article
Nov 12, 2011 at 15:50
Nov 12, 2011
Tech Tuesday - Cup and Cone Hub Rebuild
Thank you for posting a tech tip that's widely useful and now "how to adjust the blah blah proprietary setting on your $750 2012 blah blah expensive stuff that no one owns." /backhanded compliments > But really. Much obliged.
edk818 wolisphoto's article
Nov 12, 2011 at 15:46
Nov 12, 2011
Jaws Autumn session
They should make those "visit scenic New England" brochures with these kinds of pictures.
edk818 karl-burkat's article
Sep 13, 2011 at 18:19
Sep 13, 2011
RockShox DIY Contest - Top 10
I want t shirts of all of them. And sticker packs for my Revelation.. and car.
edk818 RichardCunningham's article
Sep 11, 2011 at 19:52
Sep 11, 2011
Commencal Expands its Meta AM Platform - Eurobike 2011
Drooled everywhere. Commencal, you owe me a new laptop! (or a Meta AM)
edk818 MTB-RnD's article
Sep 7, 2011 at 15:35
Sep 7, 2011
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