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On-One Pompino (Dirty SS Cross Invader)

Frame:
On-One Pompino SS Cyclocross

Fork/Headset:
Easton EC90 X / Chris King

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
FSA SLK Carbon / Chris King

Pedals:
Crank Brothers

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dimension 41t Chainring / White Industries 18t freewheel / KMC Chain

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Single Speed

Handlebars/Stem:
Salsa Moto Ace Bell Lap (44cm) / Thomson 80mm x 0 Deg.

Saddle/Seatpost:
Fizik Arione / Thomson

Brakes:
Tektro Cantis w/ Cane Creek Levers

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Stans No-Tubes / PAUL / Clement PDX Cross

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Stans No-Tubes / PAUL / Clement MXP

Accessories:
Tanaka Fenders (hammered finish)

More Info:
SOLD, to fund the Wife's surprise Nature Boy Build..

Bike History

Click a link below to see past stages of this bike.

  1. Getting Dialed in / The Beginning
  2. Winter Training Duties

Current Stage Info:

As of right now, this is the final stage for the Pompino..
However come CX Season, the fenders will be coming off and she'll get set up for race action..
Swapped out a few items, to make for a smoother ride..
Added the Easton fork (craigslist score) , Stem & Bars (face plate on stem cracked) and wanted to go with a wider bar (much more stable)..
Wheel set, Lighter, smoother rolling hubs, and stronger, plus the added bonus of being able to run tubeless..

Added by SingleSpeed_Militia. Last updated almost 6 years ago.

As of almost 6 years ago, SingleSpeed_Militia has indicated that they no longer own this bike.

5 Comments

Killerseagull

Killerseagull says:

I'm a fool for not getting this frame from you before you sold it

Posted about 6 years ago

Killerseagull

Killerseagull says:

Those fenders look sick with that paint job

Posted over 6 years ago

SingleSpeed_Militia

SingleSpeed_Militia says:

Thanks Buddy

Posted over 6 years ago

thebaron

thebaron says:

love the ride, built for the right job. I'm not a fender fan, but I guess they serve their function.

Posted over 6 years ago

SingleSpeed_Militia

SingleSpeed_Militia says:

Thanks man, it's been a fun build..
Fenders definitely come in handy in the wet Pacific Northwest..

Posted over 6 years ago