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OneUp Components EDC Threadless Carrier
Overall Review
Storing tools in the cockpit seems like a pretty straightforward thing, but there’s a lot going on in this area of the bike and the good old starnut has been getting in the way of progress here. OneUp Components’ “Every Day Carry” or “EDC” system has been around for a good few years already by now, and it’s gone through several different iterations in that time. The first version required you to tap out a thread in the steerer tube of your fork, which was in fact a very elegant way of solving the problem although many people would hesitate to make that kind of modification to their fork (not...
Posted by iceman2058 on 4/15/2021 4:09am
OneUp Components Carbon Handlebar
Overall Review
There has been a lot of talk about compliant cockpits lately, as component makers seek to provide a more comfortable experience with less fatigue as the potential reward. OneUp Components has taken the 35mm diameter cockpit design one step further by giving the bar an oval shape that tapers off through the transition zone, in an effort to provide vertical compliance while maintaining horizontal stiffness. As for the stem, OneUp has managed to ditch the good old starnut in favor of an external preload system that frees up space inside the steerer tube to store a multi-tool. We’ve had this...
Posted by iceman2058 on 1/13/2020 12:28am
OneUp Components Dropper V2 Seatpost
Vital Review
Overall Review
It seems like just yesterday when the first batch of dropper posts hit the market. These cutting-edge components had 100mm of travel and were an absolute gamechanger in terms of how hard you could shred a trail bike. Since the advent of mainstream dropper posts, manufacturers have continually pushed the limits in terms of available travel on these pieces of telescoping witchcraft. Fast forward a few decades and OneUp Components has introduced their popular V2 Dropper Post with a mind-boggling 240mm of travel making it the longest option on the market.We received a post for testing back in...
Posted by pdon on 12/5/2019 5:40am