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Front Hub

$134.99 CAD

This is the front hub we want on our bikes. Lightweight, durable, with high-quality bearings and seals to give you the best combination of performance, durability and price. 

This is the new benchmark for a no-nonsense front hub.

Product Specs

Hub Spacing: Boost (15mm x 110mm)

Hole Count: 28 and 32 

Weight front: 142g 

Colours: Black, red, green, blue, orange, purple, grey 

Material: 7075 T6 Aluminum 

Spokes: J-Bend 

Hub Dimensions: PCD-L: 52, Flange Dist-L: 28, PCD-R: 48, Flange Dist-R: 40

End Caps: Tool free installation (Standard and Torque Caps included with Front Hub)

Bearings: Enduro™ MR17287 (front)

Grease: Dumonde™ Pro-X Grease

What's in the Box
  • 1x Front hub (assembled)
  • 2x Standard End Caps
  • 2x Torque Caps

Note: Standard end caps come installed on the Front Hub and two torque caps are provided in a small bag, uninstalled.

Things you Should Know
  • 2- year Warranty
  • Machined 7075 aluminum body is ultra light and strong
  • Hub flange spacing improves strength and stiffness of wheels built on our hubs
  • Light enough for XC racing and strong enough for Enduro abuse
  • Bearings, seals and small parts available direct from OneUp
Spacing:Boost (15x110)
Hole Count:28H
Only 3 left in stock!


Our simple design has fewer parts, this reduces weight and improves reliability. The fully machined 7075 aluminum body is super light and strong.

Durable Design.

Premium Enduro™ ABEC 5 cartridge bearings are spaced as wide as possible to reduce wear, reduce side-loading and increase bearing life. Bearings are protected by double-sealed endcaps.

All the Colours.

Available in 7 anodized colours to match your bike.


How long is the warranty period on this product? What does it cover?

OneUp Hubs have a 2-year warranty on all components, excluding bearing wear.

How regularly should I service my Hubs?

Hub service intervals vary depending on your riding frequency and the climate. To check if your hubs need servicing, remove the wheel and spin it in your hands by holding the end caps. If it feels or sounds rough and notchy, it's likely time for a service. Alternatively, you can check how your bearings spin by removing the end caps or freehub and feeling them with your finger.

Where are & how to I read the hub dimensions to measure spoke length?

The Hub dimensions are on the product pages and lasered one the center of the hubs.

PCD stands for Pitch Circle Diameter and refers to the distance between opposing spoke holes on the hub flanges (from the center of the hole).

Flange Dist refers to the distance from the center of the flange to the center point of the hub.

L stands for Left & R stands for right.

These four measurements, along with your hub spacing (110 or 148mm) and the ERD of your rim is all you need to measure spoke length. Please use your preferred spoke calculator to complete the measurement!




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