Business in the front, party in the back! What you see here is a 69er built using a 16" steel On-One inbred as the platform. Best of both worlds- climbs & descends all with the easy simplicity of a SS. It's unique, it's cool, and it'll probably start a conversation wherever you go. It's currently set up single speed, but it has an integrated derailleur hanger to run gears if that's your cup of tea. The rear hub is a geared hub that's been converted to SS with a spacer kit. Set up 32x19t and tensioned with a DT Swiss RWS ratcheting skewer on sliding dropouts, and chain tugs are included. Has room out back for a 27.5" / 650B setup too.

Full Specs:

-On-One inbred DNC6 chromoly frame with vertical dropout and integrated derailleur hanger, 16" (small/medium depending on your sizing preferences)
-Steel 29" rigid fork, 490mm A2C, refinished in black- I think it's either a Salsa or Redline
-Shimano XT Hollowtech crankset w/ 32t ring, recent bottom bracket, 175mm
-Avid Elixir CR brakeset, 160mm G3 rotors
-Wheelset- front 29" WTB Frequency i23 Team rim laced to a fully sealed DMR Revolver QR hub and rear is a Mavic Crossride 26" with straight pull bladed spokes and sealed bearings
-Tires- front WTB Bronson 2.2", rear Maxxis Minion DHF 2.3"
-Cane Creek S5 headset
-WTB Moto-X lock-on grips
-19t steel single speed wide-splined cog w/ anodized red SS spacer kit
-Fizik Nisene saddle
-FSA OS168 60mm stem
-Funn Full On riser bars, 785mm
-Extras: DT Swiss RWS ratcheting skewer, chain tugs for sliding dropouts, carbon headset spacers, Salsa Lip-Lock seat post collar

The bike is in great shape without any dents or cracks. If you prefer running it as a 26" front and rear, I have a matching front Mavic Crossride I can swap out with a tire in place of the 29er front. Personally I like the 69er setup better, but I can convert it for you. I don't know if you'll spend more time riding it or fielding questions about it, but it's a sweet rig for sure.