Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby MrPhil » Sat Mar 30, 2013 11:34 am

Mr.Evil wrote:Hi all :)
I need some advice ...
I want to buy a OnOne Carbon 456, but I don't know which one to choose between the 18 and 20 inches.
those are my measurements:
Height 185 cm
Inside Leg 85 cm
Arm length 62 cm

Based on your experience, what is the best size for me? and with what Stem/Bar length and rise ?

thanks and sorry for my english :?


18" frame
150mm forks
720mm wide bars with 1" rise
50mm x 25 degree stem
420mm seat post

Worked very well for XC/downhill/jumps for me, look on page 2 for an example.

185cm rider, simular inside leg and arm length.

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby aidieb » Sat Mar 30, 2013 11:54 am

Mr.Evil wrote:Hi all :)
I need some advice ...
I want to buy a OnOne Carbon 456, but I don't know which one to choose between the 18 and 20 inches.
those are my measurements:
Height 185 cm
Inside Leg 85 cm
Arm length 62 cm

Based on your experience, what is the best size for me? and with what Stem/Bar length and rise ?

thanks and sorry for my english :?


Your English is better than some English peoples!

I'm 187cm and I ride a Medium, very comfortably, I have a straight 400mm seatpost which I bought because I'm tall riding a medium frame but it appears to not have been really necessary and a 75mm on one CNC stem. They have very long top tubes & that's why I chose the M. I would say if you ride a L on a normal geo MTB I think you'd be fine on a medium, C456.

Hope that helps a little.

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby Plyphon » Sun Mar 31, 2013 17:58 pm

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby BlueAdvocate » Sun Mar 31, 2013 20:36 pm

Plyphon wrote:Image

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looking good, now where do you avoid the snow
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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby Plyphon » Mon Apr 01, 2013 13:38 pm

wow aha. tbh i'd rather the snow than the absolute boggy standing 6 inches of water mess that my local rides are right now.

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby Mr.Evil » Mon Apr 01, 2013 16:38 pm

MrPhil wrote:18" frame
150mm forks
720mm wide bars with 1" rise
50mm x 25 degree stem
420mm seat post

Worked very well for XC/downhill/jumps for me, look on page 2 for an example.

185cm rider, simular inside leg and arm length.
aidieb wrote:I'm 187cm and I ride a Medium, very comfortably, I have a straight 400mm seatpost which I bought because I'm tall riding a medium frame but it appears to not have been really necessary and a 75mm on one CNC stem. They have very long top tubes & that's why I chose the M. I would say if you ride a L on a normal geo MTB I think you'd be fine on a medium, C456.

Hope that helps a little.


thanks guys

two hit for the 18".
I think that in a few days I will order one too.

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby Plyphon » Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:38 am

Mines an 18, and i'm 6.1 ft. Fits perfectly imo.

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby JMcP92 » Fri Apr 05, 2013 11:38 am

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Frame: On-One Carbon 456 (Gloss Black) (18")
Forks: RockShox Revelation XX World Cup Dual air 150mm
Chainset: FSA K-force light MegaExo
Cassette: Shimano HG62
Front Mech: Shimano XT M781
Chain: KMC 10spd
Shifters: Shimano SLX M660 10-Speed Shifters
Rear Mech: Shimano XT M780
Front Brake: Avid Juicy 7 Ultimate (180 Superstar rotor)
Rear Brake: Avid Juicy 7 Ultimate (160 Superstar rotor)
Headset: Superstar T2
Handle Bars: Easton E70 Monkeybar
Grips: ODI Troy Lee Designs
Seatpost: Gravity Gap
Seat-Post Clamp: Hope
Saddle: Charge Spoon
Pedals: Superstar NC17 Magnesium flat pedals (ti axles)
Axles: Superstar (9mm front, 10mm rear)
Wheelset: Stans Crest + Pro Evo 2 hubs
Tyres: Maxxis Medusa Tubeless


Also, to add to the frame arguments, I have to say I'm 6ft on the dot, that's an 18" frame and first ride today, seems perfectly fine. I used to have a 21.5" frame before it got nicked, but it's perfectly good, not too small or anything

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby paulneenan76 » Fri Apr 05, 2013 22:58 pm

That c456, my friend, is bloody lovely. Nice one JMcP92.

And I'm about 5.11 and my c456 is 18" with a 60mm stem.

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby BlueAdvocate » Sat Apr 06, 2013 08:40 am

JMcP92 - very nice.

Sizing info
5'8 and a bit (it's important) 16" frame, 35mm stem

lon 456
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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby lon 456 » Sat Apr 06, 2013 10:33 am

heres my 456 and a first post :)

not a bad frame and a good all round bike for my riding

mostly slx deore and superstar fettled with a dropper and sektor 150mm single air with 20mm axle

mavic 717's are light and seem strong enough for what i do.


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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby pastey_boy » Sat Apr 06, 2013 13:18 pm

Heres one I built for a customer using a Saracen Zen as a donor bike. All the bits inc cables swapped straight over except the lower headset cup so a Hope bottom cup did the trick. Frame was £399, Saracen £499,Hope bottom cup £25. I'm building his mate the exact same bike using the orange carbon 456. And as an added bonus I now have two 14inch Saracen Zen frames !!!!!!!
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Giant Propel Advanced
Px Ti Custom
Cougar 531
Sab single speed
Argon 18 E-112 TT
One-one Ti 456 Evo
Ridley Cheetah TT
Orange Clockwork 2007 ltd ed
Yeti ASR 5
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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby Mr.Evil » Sat Apr 06, 2013 17:58 pm

pastey_boy wrote:Heres one I built for a customer using a Saracen Zen as a donor bike. All the bits inc cables swapped straight over except the lower headset cup so a Hope bottom cup did the trick. Frame was £399, Saracen £499,Hope bottom cup £25. I'm building his mate the exact same bike using the orange carbon 456. And as an added bonus I now have two 14inch Saracen Zen frames !!!!!!!

when you're done, can you post some pictures of the orange version :) ?

I'm very interested in this color, but I haven't found yet a photo of a mounted orange frame :roll:

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby pastey_boy » Sat Apr 06, 2013 18:02 pm

Mr.Evil wrote:
pastey_boy wrote:Heres one I built for a customer using a Saracen Zen as a donor bike. All the bits inc cables swapped straight over except the lower headset cup so a Hope bottom cup did the trick. Frame was £399, Saracen £499,Hope bottom cup £25. I'm building his mate the exact same bike using the orange carbon 456. And as an added bonus I now have two 14inch Saracen Zen frames !!!!!!!

when you're done, can you post some pictures of the orange version :) ?

I'm very interested in this color, but I haven't found yet a photo of a mounted orange frame :roll:

Yeah no worries, should be done on monday. I have to say that both the orange and yellow frames look awesome in the flesh and I reckon both look good with white or black componentry.
Viner Salviati
Time Speeder S
Giant Propel Advanced
Px Ti Custom
Cougar 531
Sab single speed
Argon 18 E-112 TT
One-one Ti 456 Evo
Ridley Cheetah TT
Orange Clockwork 2007 ltd ed
Yeti ASR 5
Dolan Preffisio

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby MrPhil » Sat Apr 06, 2013 21:31 pm

Missing my C456 after seeing these new build. Lookin good though.

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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby Ceed » Sun Apr 07, 2013 08:05 am

Hi all
I need some advice ...
I want to buy a OnOne Carbon 456, but I don't know which one to choose between the 16 and 18 inches.

those are my measurements:
Height 181 cm
Inside Leg 80.5 cm

Based on your experience, what is the best size for me? and with what Stem/Bar length and rise ?

thanks and sorry for my english

paulneenan76
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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby paulneenan76 » Sun Apr 07, 2013 16:22 pm

Ceed wrote:Hi all
I need some advice ...
I want to buy a OnOne Carbon 456, but I don't know which one to choose between the 16 and 18 inches.

those are my measurements:
Height 181 cm
Inside Leg 80.5 cm

Based on your experience, what is the best size for me? and with what Stem/Bar length and rise ?

thanks and sorry for my english


What size frame do you ride currently and what is the top tube length?

The difference between 16", 18" and 20" 456 frames is not huge which is why 18" tends to suit a wide range of body sizes.
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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby lon 456 » Sun Apr 07, 2013 16:30 pm

Ceed wrote:Hi all
I need some advice ...
I want to buy a OnOne Carbon 456, but I don't know which one to choose between the 16 and 18 inches.

those are my measurements:
Height 181 cm
Inside Leg 80.5 cm

Based on your experience, what is the best size for me? and with what Stem/Bar length and rise ?

thanks and sorry for my english



you will be fine with the 18 as your 6 foot

i have a 16 frame and im 5"8 , my sons 18 is a tad too big and he is around 6 foot too

id go for a 50mm stem or there about's but its a personal choice really

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On-One Smoothie Mixer Tapered Headset Crown Race

Postby Ceed » Mon Apr 08, 2013 06:40 am

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On-One Smoothie Mixer Tapered Headset Include both 1-1/8 crown race and 1-1/2 crown race?

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Or 1-1/2 crown race Buy Seperately?
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Re: Carbon 456 owners pictures and spec

Postby Ceed » Mon Apr 08, 2013 06:48 am

paulneenan76 wrote:
Ceed wrote:Hi all
I need some advice ...
I want to buy a OnOne Carbon 456, but I don't know which one to choose between the 16 and 18 inches.

those are my measurements:
Height 181 cm
Inside Leg 80.5 cm

Based on your experience, what is the best size for me? and with what Stem/Bar length and rise ?

thanks and sorry for my english


What size frame do you ride currently and what is the top tube length?

The difference between 16", 18" and 20" 456 frames is not huge which is why 18" tends to suit a wide range of body sizes.


17.5" Frame, actual top tube length 570mm
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