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Old 02-22-07, 02:15 PM   #1
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Coffee Talk: On one Frame prototype. BIG PICS

Called the Linclonshire Poacher: Tubeset unkown, but made in a factory for both Reynolds and easton. 953 a possibility.









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http://www.on-one.co.uk/index.php?mo...AGER_section=1


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Old 02-22-07, 02:19 PM   #2
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A- would ride again, if only the track-ends weren't angled up. That's just me though...
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It's beautiful and I hope it's named after a spy numbers station (which is named after the song they play as their attention sign on) and their prototype looks 64cm ish. I'm sold. This bike may make me consider paying retail price for a new frame.
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Lugs? What is this, 1940?
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Lugs? What is this, 1940?
It's kind of a niche market, which is what the company is into. I'm half and half when it comes to lugs.

I really love the company for some reason. It's an offshoot of planet X and everyone seems so laid back and into what they do.
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Lugs? What is this, 1940?
What's wrong with lugs? What are you anti 1940?
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oh my that's beautiful

EDIT=what's up with the that cable guide business?
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Damnit.The lugs have my initials on them...this may turn out to be a hole in my wallet.
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wait are they using brass braze?!?
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maybe it's just me, but does the gold outlining on the lugs look really sloppy to anyone else? Like used one of those gold paint pens on a rattlecanned crappy old schwinn gaspipe conversion sloppy?
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Old 02-22-07, 03:02 PM   #12
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yea, but it's just a prototype. Not meant for public consumption.
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oh my god, Fleur de Lis lugs; I am dying.
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yea, but it's just a prototype. Not meant for public consumption.
That's true, no use wasting silver I guess. I retract my previous emoticon.
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The lugs and paint are super extra hot. I don't dig the top mounted cable guides and I wish it had fender eyelets like an old school path frame. I hope they don't ruin it with fugly decals.
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That's true, no use wasting silver I guess. I retract my previous emoticon.
Nothing is wrong with brass braze. It's still used for navy submarines. 90% of the track bikes on this forum (even tigged frames) have brass brazed track ends on them.
Plus, this frame is probably going to be pretty damn cheap (relative to say, a rivnedell).
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Wow, those lugs are gorgeous.
Where'd you find it? Is there another one in existence? If so, is there one available for purchase???
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It's a prototype for On-One bikes. You know, the company that makes the wacky bars?
I just came across it while I was buying one of their mountain bikes.
It's not in production yet, but shoot them an Email and let them know you're interested.
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Nothing is wrong with brass braze. It's still used for navy submarines. 90% of the track bikes on this forum (even tigged frames) have brass brazed track ends on them.
Plus, this frame is probably going to be pretty damn cheap (relative to say, a rivnedell).
I know, brass is great, I'm just kidding mostly. Silver is only better because of its lower melting temp. (less chance of overheating tubes) and ease of transfer throughout the lug.

It looks like a nice frame, and will hopefully just get nicer.
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Is Linclonshire in Enlgand?
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Damnit.The lugs have my initials on them...this may turn out to be a hole in my wallet.
long shen. they really are just some cheap, inferior pieces of poo-metal made by slaves in the orient; buy a custom american frame if you want something good

i miss don walker. [not!]
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Thanks golden graham, been looking for a new signature.

Frame looks nice, I'm more of a fan of the nicely carved lugs than the english 'make it look more like a picture frame already' style.

Also

Lugs are for thugs!

Lugs not drugs!
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hmmmm, full cable housing guides? bleh.

hidden cable routing please, or at least split cable stops.
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a jackson is cheaper
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how much is the on-one going to be then?
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