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Onza Pro 2009

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What do you think about the Onza Pro 2009 , as my first trialsbike?

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- Excellent value 20" wheel trials bike from Onza, ideal for beginner or fast learning riders.

- High grade 6061-T6 aluminium frame with rear disc mount, integrated chain tensioners and head tube reinforcing gussets.

- Tough Onza cromoly forks with 4-Bolt Magura brake mount and disc brake mount.

- Powerful Onza cable disc brakes front and rear, a massive breakthrough at this price point, ensuring predictable and reliable braking in all conditions.

- Onza Skim rims, 20" front and 19" rear.

- Maxxis Creepy Crawler tyres, 20 x 2.0" front and 19 x 2.5" rear.

- T-Pro crankset fitted with durable knurled bashring and 18T Tensile freewheel with 60 engagement points for maximum pedalling response.

- Bash/ski-plate fitted as standard.

- Onza cromo stem and 'flat' trials handlebar.

- New Onza caged pedals.

- 12T screw on sprocket on the rear hub, running 18-12 gear ratio.

- Seatless design to reduce weight and increase stand over clearance.

- Gloss grey frame with gloss black forks, both with Onza logos.

- Weight: 11.45kg including pedals.

Geometry (to be confirmed)

Wheelbase: 1005mm

Chainstay Length: 375mm

BB Rise: 55mm

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:) Hey the pro looks like quite a good starter bike, they have a good strong light ish frame and over all a good all-round bike, you might want to suggest looking at the Onza t-pro, maybe the t-mag up to you but yes it’s a good beginner bike. (Y)

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hi mate, ive got one of these and i would strongly recommend it (Y).

ive only been riding a couple of months now and i have learnt quite alot on it :).

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Bike looks good for you to start as its got magura and disc mounts. If i were you and i had the money id go for it (Y)

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If you have the money then go for it...

However i wouldnt be to keen on running dual disc as a complete beginner, because there may be few risky bails :)

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i think it is a good bike to start off with i have a onza t-bird that is good but it looks awesome

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Yes mate,these bikes are definately a good starter bike,i rode for 4yrs about 9yrs ago then quit,i have just started again on a 2005 t-pro,pretty much the same frame as the later ones jus mines an anodized bronze sort of colour and i have no disc mounts,i used to ride stock,now im ridin the mod,and i find it very good on the back wheel,picking it all up again at a pretty fast pace,goin london riding tommoro....yay :P hope u get on ol and good luck with your riding buddy :)

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Hi ,

thanks for all the reactions !

Tartybikes' owner mailed me that my bike will arrive next Thursday , and I can't wait man !

Marijn.

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If you have the money then go for it...

However i wouldnt be to keen on running dual disc as a complete beginner, because there may be few risky bails :)

Like sidehops = bent disc rotors.

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As the title it says..

What do you think about the Onza Pro 2009 , as my first trialsbike?

large_09pro1.jpg

Description

- Excellent value 20" wheel trials bike from Onza, ideal for beginner or fast learning riders.

- High grade 6061-T6 aluminium frame with rear disc mount, integrated chain tensioners and head tube reinforcing gussets.

- Tough Onza cromoly forks with 4-Bolt Magura brake mount and disc brake mount.

- Powerful Onza cable disc brakes front and rear, a massive breakthrough at this price point, ensuring predictable and reliable braking in all conditions.

- Onza Skim rims, 20" front and 19" rear.

- Maxxis Creepy Crawler tyres, 20 x 2.0" front and 19 x 2.5" rear.

- T-Pro crankset fitted with durable knurled bashring and 18T Tensile freewheel with 60 engagement points for maximum pedalling response.

- Bash/ski-plate fitted as standard.

- Onza cromo stem and 'flat' trials handlebar.

- New Onza caged pedals.

- 12T screw on sprocket on the rear hub, running 18-12 gear ratio.

- Seatless design to reduce weight and increase stand over clearance.

- Gloss grey frame with gloss black forks, both with Onza logos.

- Weight: 11.45kg including pedals.

Geometry (to be confirmed)

Wheelbase: 1005mm

Chainstay Length: 375mm

BB Rise: 55mm

Hey mate, I really reccomend you having the bike. I adore onzas.

Plus I am also reporting you for validation. That has to be the best first post I have ever seen. :)

See you around. x

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First of all , thanks Jack.

And about bending the disc rotors ; I may buy a second hand Magura HS33 for 25 € , that's .. 21 £.

So I think that problem is solved too.

PS : Sorry for my bad English , I'm from Belgium...

Marijn

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First of all , thanks Jack.

And about bending the disc rotors ; I may buy a second hand Magura HS33 for 25 € , that's .. 21 £.

So I think that problem is solved too.

PS : Sorry for my bad English , I'm from Belgium...

Marijn

Theres nothing wrong with your english mate, it's fine. :)

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The Onza pro is a fairly good starter bike in my opinion! They have a good all round geometry and the brakes are good and powerful as long as you maintain them and set them properly. But definitely get new levers for them as the standard ones are awful!

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I see your validated now, See trials forum; I can be nice. :P

Good luck in members. x

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I've recieved it today and it rides great !

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I've recieved it today and it rides great !

Can you give feed back on this cause I'm planning on buying the same :) I just want to make sure you love it ;)

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I really like it , but it's my first trialsbike , so I'm still learning the basics...

But too me , it feels nice and stable.

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Hi, i'm planning to buy the same bike, as my first trials bike, so now after a couple days can u tell how the onza rides? :D

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Hi, i'm planning to buy the same bike, as my first trials bike, so now after a couple days can u tell how the onza rides? :D

After my first week of riding with it , it's feels really great en comfortable.

I already learnt several things on it.

If I was you , and I had the money , I would buy it.

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Woo :) it's my first bike too, just got it the other day :)

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i think that it is a good bike and i think for the money you r best goin on ebay like i did and get a really good bike for thr same price

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Hey guys, just bought this bike from a second hand. Any ideas where I could buy spare parts? Some minor stuff, such as the aluminium small U shape chain tensioner?

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Contact tartybikes.

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