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"The ONE" info is a bit scattered, so I thought ill collect all info about the 2011 model we got so far in this post, so its more easy to obtain.

PRICE MSRP:
$2,500.00 USD including an unknown shock. (Price in the EU is 1999 euro, without shock)

AVAILABLE FRAME COLORS:
Anodized Black or Titanium Grey

AVAILABLE LINK COLORS:
Black, White, Blue and Red (decals follow the link color)

WEIGHT:
10 lbs with Coil (4,55kg)

Warranty:
2 years

Confirmed Shock options: FOX (coil and air), RockShox (coil and air), X-Fusion, Elka, Cane Creek. A No-Shock-Option will be available as well.

FRAME
"ONE" Suspension
7005 Aluminum
Internally ribbed Chainstays
68mm BB shell
135x12mm through axle
1.5" Headtube
20mm seal bearings
Replaceable rear derailleur hanger
6.5"-7.5" with 2.5" shock / 7"-8" with 2.75 shock (165mm-190mm with 216x63mm shock / 177mm-203mm with 222x70mm shock)
Shock bushing sizes - 22x8mm both sides

Front derailleur - Direct mount
Seat post - 31.6mm
Seat clamp - 35mm
International standard disk brake mount
Standard ISCG tabs
Headtube - 1.5

About running this bike with a 160mm fork:

"It's a great way to run this bike. A 160 on the front will drop the HA to 65.6 degrees. You can get a as steep as 67 degree HA with a CC Angle set. I'm planning to build mine with a Fox 180 talas so I can drop to 140mm climbing and have a 66 HA, but I'll get a Angleset too so I can play with it a bit. A 36 160mm Talas would be a good way to build it if your not using a Angleset.
Seat tube angle will steep when you drop front travel giving it a better climbing position. The seat angle steepens about a half degree per inch shorter fork. The BB will be around 13.5.
" - Flymybike







 

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cSquared said:
We just change to a 2 year this year--
Ok....with the shorter length of shock and my 160 mm fork in the front, it would be fine i think.....beautiful frame.
thanks you very much.
 

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Out of curiosity...

Why does the ONE have longer chainstays and a longer corresponding wheelbase than the Jedi? Is the ONE suppose to be snappier being an AM/FR bike, whereas the Jedi is more of a DH bike? It is just counter intuitive in my brain, but this isn't saying too much (ie my brain;)).

How is the suspension different for the ONE and the Jedi. The Jedi has 2" rear wheel travel. I am assuming the ONE doesn't, what does this result in as far as performance?

Both bikes look amazing! Nice job!
 

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Hey Folks,

Lovely frame! Bump for info!!

Thanks,

Michael:thumbsup:
 

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Dude! said:
Out of curiosity...

Why does the ONE have longer chainstays and a longer corresponding wheelbase than the Jedi? Is the ONE suppose to be snappier being an AM/FR bike, whereas the Jedi is more of a DH bike? It is just counter intuitive in my brain, but this isn't saying too much (ie my brain;)).

How is the suspension different for the ONE and the Jedi. The Jedi has 2" rear wheel travel. I am assuming the ONE doesn't, what does this result in as far as performance?

Both bikes look amazing! Nice job!
...+2 on that, I would like to know too maybe the canfields can answer that Q.
 

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Dude! said:
Out of curiosity...

Why does the ONE have longer chainstays and a longer corresponding wheelbase than the Jedi? Is the ONE suppose to be snappier being an AM/FR bike, whereas the Jedi is more of a DH bike? It is just counter intuitive in my brain, but this isn't saying too much (ie my brain;)).

How is the suspension different for the ONE and the Jedi. The Jedi has 2" rear wheel travel. I am assuming the ONE doesn't, what does this result in as far as performance?

Both bikes look amazing! Nice job!
Chainstay length is based off of wheel path. So the Jedi is very rearward so it has to start short to feel normal whereas the One is a more traditional wheel path so it can start at a length that is stable and shorten when compressed to make it turn quicker.

The Jedi has 3 shock mounts that control the progression rate. It does effect travel but only 0.2" per adjustment. It's meant as a means to precisely tune the bike per race track. Linear (top hole) for rough tracks to very progressive (bottom hole) for tracks with more burms and jumps.

The One has a travel adjust (notice it's on the link, not the main frame) that changes from 7" to 8" with a 2.75 stroke and 6.5 to 7.5" with a 2.5 stroke shock.
 

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Updated first post, with EU pricing(again), and shock options.

I have put my PRE-ORDER on the ONE!! WHOOO!!! Looking forward to get the frame!! : ) Sofar canfieldbrothers.eu have been a joy to work with, and they reply their emails fast.

Now all I can do is wait. Apparently Chris is in TW right now assembling the frames.
 
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