New Gear Out of Squamish
OneUp Releases Full Cockpit & Dropper Post Lengths Covering 100–210mm
In typical OneUp form, new bar, stem and grip options that provide a different solution and new dropper posts that provide drops from 100–210mm…
Jesse Melamed x OneUp: Sunshine Loamers
They say shredits are dead, but we don't care.
Same Same But Different
Twelve Months Later: AJ's GeoMetron G16
After twelve months the only parts that haven't been removed are the seat post and drivetrain - but the biggest change is one that is impossible on most other bikes...
Richie Rude Makes Squamish Look Simple
The Rude boy train is comin' now...
Poor Prep Will Bite you in the Ass
A Disgrace to Mountain Biking
When one flat tire turns into four, preparation has to be spot on. If not get to walk out - or at least have a 10 spot handy...
OneUp Launches the Components Plug Plier Kit
Fixing flat tires sucks. If you don't carry tubeless plugs, you should. They can save your ride!
Sea Otter 2018
OneUp Shows Off New Parts & Accessories
OneUp expands the accessories available for their EDC tool and their bolt on thru axles targeted benefits…
Introducing the OneUp Dropper Post
OneUp says you'll spend less, drop more, have no bleeding and a better remote with this brand new dropper post…
Merry Ho Ho
Dear Santa: Jon's List
Jon would like a number of things for Christmas, most of which aren't available yet, but hey, no harm in asking to stay ahead of the curve.
OneUp Jumps Into Pedals
New Horizons for the Squamish-based component company that is honing in on everything to do with your bike's nether zone.
The Best Thing: Sea Otter 2017
EDC - OneUp's Slick Hidden Tool
EDC or Every Day Carry allows you to pack all the tools you need into your steerer tube and then deploy with a simple pull...
Fast Changes on the Rings
OneUp Components Launch the Switch
Swapping Rings Faster than an F1 Pitstop
Richie Rude Gets Angry
"He's a warlock on a bike" -Scott Secco
Best of 2016 – Cam’s List
2016 was a banner year for bikes but some other mountain biking products and trends stood out from the rest as well…
4 Reasons to run OneUp Shark
In all honesty, I had to chew through my aversion to the marketing behind the new 500% gear range 1x setups
Squamish Shark Attack
Sid Slotegraaf shows Ricky Federau, Canadian XC world cup veteran, around some of Squamish’s finest trails.
OneUp Goes to 10-50
With the front derailleur being pushed nose first into the loam, the logical step in the drivetrain campaign is to attack from the back.
Doerfling Riding Sloppy Squamish Gnarl
James is known for going huge but here he's going fast on some slimey, rooty trails and crazy rock lines...