So we got our team together, got the keys to a bike park that was closed for winter and let loose. The result is Team Trip: nine minutes of sessioning, rock smashing, banter and urban assault from Richie Rude, Thomas Vanderham, Miranda Miller, Kasper Woolley and Braedyn Kozman. Continue reading →
OneUp doesn’t have a dedicated women’s team, but we do have some pretty amazing women on our team. So on March 8th, we celebrated International Women’s Day with party laps in Squamish, BC. Continue reading →
The innovative folks at ONEUP have jumped into the dropper game with a very strong offering at a mere $199. The post claims to have created the shortest overall length to enable the maximum amount of dropper for your bike. … Continue reading →
Inside we take a look at a few items from the latest Commencal offerings including the Furious Race and the Meta Power (E-MTB). OneUp also has a neat internal toolkit, a new quick-remove chainring/sider, and some new flat pedals.
OneUp has been a compnay to watch and this was the first year they had a booth at Sea Otter. They brought their new products for everyone to see including a 50t chainring, a 10t adapter for DT Swiss hubs, … Continue reading →
OneUp Components has been making some stellar products and they’ve got a new lightweight 35gram 1x ISCG-05 chainguide that Richie Rude and Team Yeti have been running with some great success. Check out the details inside from OneUp on their … Continue reading →
OneUp components sent over some details on a new chainring they’re released called the Traction Ring. The ring is oval but differs slightly from what most quickly mark it as a biopace chainring. Details inside.
OneUp Components is proud to be sponsoring the Knolly Bikes Team for 2015. Knolly Bikes and OneUp Components are both based in the Sea to Sky corridor in British Columbia, Canada. Watch their rider, James Doerfling, who is featured in … Continue reading →
OneUp sent over some details on two new prodcuts they’ve developed. The first item is desigend to extend the life of your 10-42t cassette by replacing your worn aluminum 42t with an X-Cog 44T sprocket. The second item is the … Continue reading →
Sometimes more is less. If you’re looking to reduce your rear cluster to a more DH/Gravity oriented setup, OneUp Components has launched a new component called the DH Block that allows you to run 6 or 7 speeds. Details inside … Continue reading →