On-One Superlight 29 29er Forks

4/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

5pc welded design
Most conventional mountain bike forks are "unicrown" - made with one piece legs that swoop around to form the crown, meeting the steerer tube at angles anywhere between 45 and 90degs. We think the less bending that goes into a tube the better, which is why we prefer to cut and weld the tubing rather than bend it. It also gives much better mud clearance.

470mm 29in V/Disc - special on-one 47mm rake, designed to enlighten the handling of your big wheeler.


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Random Drivel a Weekend Warrior from Marin, CA

Date Reviewed: May 11, 2007

Strengths:    Came with On-One Inbred frame. Stiff, supple, takes the edge off most bumps.

Weaknesses:    Don't care for the dual brake option, would have been happy with a disc only fork (which they now offer)

Bottom Line:   
A much more substantial fork than it has a right to be. Came with My Inbred 29er frame, though I would put it on for giggles. Was more than pleasantly surprised at how the fork took the edge off small bumps and tracked like a slotcar on rails. Originally planned on a suspension fork for this bike but as a result of the pure riding pleasure I have experienced from this fork I will be leaving it on the bike fo the time being. Coudn't be happier, overall.

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Favorite Trail:   Hitler

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $1.00

Purchased At:   Ben's Cycle

Similar Products Used:   none, really. Not a suspension fork. Well, Doh!

Bike Setup:   Inbred 1 x 9 with lots of bling

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Superlight 29 Pivot Play

I just picked a Superlight 29 up a month and a half ago new so I'm curious of what other owners find as acceptable pivot play. There's a lot of flex in the rear so I got to investigating after my afternoon ride and while the wheel is a major culprit I did find some significant side to side play on ... Read More »

Upgrading sc superlight 29

I have a Sc superlight 29 that has 100mm of front travel rock shox Reba I ride in south florida trails and I use all the travel on it. I'm wondering if upgrading to 120mm fox float will make a difference or is it too little. 20mm is not even 1". Have any sl owners made this change? Options Buy a ... Read More »

New Superlight 29 Project - Project Monsterlight 29

So my wife has an SL29 and I really like the bike. But I prefer a more aggressive "Trail" geo, with a slacker front end, etc... I have a YelliScreamy, but I have really been wanting something with a little suspension in the back. I LOVE the idea of mismatched travel. 140/100 or something. But t ... Read More »

22 teeth on superlight 29

I'm interested in buying a Santa Cruz Superlight 29. It comes with a 24/32/42 crankset Shimano M552. Wondering if it's possible to somehow get a 22 tooth chainring on it. Not sure if it's possible to swap to the existing 24 ring on the triple or go with something 2x10 like a SRAM 22/34. Wonderin ... Read More »

22 teeth on Superlight 29

I'm interested in buying a Santa Cruz Superlight 29. It comes with a 24/32/42 crankset Shimano M552. Wondering if it's possible to somehow get a 22 tooth chainring on it. Not sure if it's possible to swap to the existing 24 ring on the triple or go with something 2x10 like a SRAM 22/34. Wonderin ... Read More »

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