$29.99 - $65.00
A BETTER REMOTE FOR ANY CABLE OPERATED DROPPER An Aluminum remote with an oversized bearing and a super smooth action. The unique lever position allows you to keep a stronger grip on the bars while actuating your post. Don't think twice about dropping your post, even when charging into technical sections. The OneUp lever mimics your R/H shifter’s inboard upshift paddle position instead of the usual downshift paddle position of most remotes. This position requires considerably less thumb movement to reach the lever. NO BLEEDING The cable setup is quick and easy. The cable clamps at the lever making shortening the housing length for clean routing a breeze. Unlike a hydraulically actuated dropper, there is no temperature sensitivity and If your remote gets damaged you can still lower or extend your post by removing it from your frame and pushing on the actuator by hand. Any shift cable and 4mm shift housing will work. Compatible with all cable actuated dropper posts. Remote and various bar clamps/mounts sold separately!
Customize the decal colour of your OneUp Carbon Handlebar with this die cut vinyl decal kit. Includes extra decals for your bike, helmet, water bottle, or truck. Choose from 11 colours. Red Orange Green Blue Purple White Gloss Black (looks awesome on the carbon bar) Turquoise Gold Polished Chrome/Silver Matte Bronze
Add some colour to your bike with these easy to install colourful top guides for the OneUp Bash Guide - ISCG05 - V2 or the Chain Guide - ISCG05 - V2 Kit includes 1 two piece top guide.
The EDC Cap Kit includes the worlds lightest headset top cap (4.2g), and an EDC steerer plug with drain hole which keeps crud out of your steerer. Top caps are compatible with all 1-1/8" aluminum steerer tubes. The EDC steerer plug is required for EDC tool storage and is compatible with most aluminum tapered steerer tubes. CHECK FORK COMPATIBILITY
ONEUP CARBON BARS. Strong, lightweight & vertically compliant! The goal for the new OneUp Carbon Handlebars was to make the best feeling bar possible, something which would let you ride harder for longer. The solution is OneUp's patent pending oval shape which combines the best ride characteristics of 31.8mm and 35mm bar standards into one package. This is the most comfortable bar we’ve ever ridden, period. It's strong, lightweight, minimizes arm pump and vibration and maximize steering response. 35 done right. Almost every other carbon bar on the market copies the simple tapered profile of an Aluminum bar. With carbon you can take advantage of more complex shapes to get a better performing product, so that's what we did. If you actually care about bar compliance, then you don't make a regular 35mm diameter bar. Sure you can try to "optimize" the flex slightly with layup, but geometry is king and you're fighting a losing battle. The OneUp bar profile minimizes the length of the 35 diameter clamping area as this is the stiffest portion of any 35 diameter bar. The 35mm clamp diameter quickly changes to a flattened, oval shape in the transition zone and then to a standard 22.2mm clamp diameter for the control zone. OneUp bench marked the OneUp bar against the most popular carbon bars on the market as well as foam filled aluminum bars. The results were, on average, a 21% increase in vertical compliance (comfort) coupled with a 28% increase in steering stiffness (responsiveness). These are more than just marginal gains. Until now the 35mm diameter standard has had a bad reputation and rightly so. This is 35 Dia. done right.
$29.99 - $104.99
Eliminate dropped chains forever and protect your expensive 1x chainring with the new OneUp Components Bash Guide. As the trend for lower and slacker bikes continues, chainring protection is becoming even more important. Revised for 2019 the OneUp Bash Guide uses simple, one tool installation and adjustment as well as an all new tool less flip The OneUp Bash Guide was developed with input from top EWS World racers and can be seen all over the EWS circuit. Reinforced Nylon bash guards and a back plate cut from 8mm thick 7075-T6 aluminum, ensure that the OneUp Bash Guide can handle the biggest hits, but at a weight of only 105g (34T) you might forget it’s even there. NOT JUST FOR ENDURO RACERS. The OneUp Bash Guide is equally at home on your trail bike, where the extra bash protection is a must for aggressive riders or on your DH rig. With the popularity of clutch derailleurs, it is no longer necessary to run a chain guide with a lower roller to effectively tension your chain. DH racers and Bike Park rippers will appreciate the huge reduction in drag with the elimination of the lower roller, without sacrificing any strength or chain retention. The OneUp Bash Guide includes 3 different sizes of bash plate for compatibility with chainrings from 28-36T. Replacement bash plates (set of 3) sold separately. Coloured top guides sold separately
Everything you need to fully rebuild OneUp aluminum pedals. This V2 kit is compatible with all OneUp Aluminum pedals. The brass bushings take the place of the 3 small cartridge bearings and aluminum washer that were on their original pedal assembly.
Everything you need to fully rebuild OneUp Composite pedals. MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS 1. remove outer and inner end caps with 6mm hex key. 2. remove axle nut using 9mm socket. Drive side pedal (RH pedal) has left hand (reverse) threaded nut. Non Drive side pedal (LH pedal) has regular right hand threaded nut. 3. pull axle out of pedal body 4. push inner bearing out with 6mm hex 5. to replace bushing use a flat head screw driver to pry against the inner surface of the bushing to pull it out. You will destroy the bushing by removing it. 6. remove axle seal (take note of direction) REPLACEMENT INSTALL 1. grease new bushing and axle. Place bushing on axle and push it into pedal body. 2. replace pedal seal (thicker portion near flange of axle) 3. grease and place new bearing back into pedal body 4. slide axle through pedal body and bearing 5. replace axle nut 6. replace both end caps
Eliminate dropped chains forever with the new OneUp Components Guide. As the trend for lower and slacker bikes continues, 'Little bikes' are getting more and more capable everyday. Revised for 2019 the OneUp Guide uses simple, one tool installation and adjustment as well as an all new tool less flip At only 40g the OneUp Chain Guide weighs less than a sip of water. WHY DO I NEED A GUIDE AND A NARROW WIDE CHAINRING? NW rings are awesome, but they're not perfect and every once in a while you can drop a chain while riding. On a social ride this means getting dropped by your friends. But when racing an Enduro a dropped chain can cost you the podium, which is why almost every EWS pro runs both a chainguide and narrow wide chainring. Coloured top guides sold separately.
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