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    Quote Originally Posted by geolover
    Nice. It really is THAT fun. Seriously.
    +1 Everyone that has ridden mine has really liked it.


    I didn't have any problem standing and climbing, but I do sit and climb typically. Three of my friends that I rode with this past weekend have Bystickels, two of them have shorter chainstays than the Yelli Screamy. All three of those guys can climb up pretty much anything sitting or standing with their short chainstay bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cSquared
    I had on a set of Small block 8's on his Demo bike and it was really wet. I bet he had no traction.
    I love the shorter stays- And, I prefer the the Nimble 9 set at about 16.3 SS the best.

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    I had on a set of Small block 8's on his Demo bike and it was really wet. I bet he had no traction.
    I love the shorter stays- And, I prefer the the Nimble 9 set at about 16.3 SS the best.

    Just wait til you ride one-
    Any news on the Nimble 9?

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    Can you lot post please some clear sharp pics so I can store them for my bike porn use.
    Ps Canfield's site info is a bit s*ite don't you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIGMAN
    Does the 2.4 Ardent clear good in the rear w no interference with the FD or chain in the granny gears ? TIG.

    Ardent 2.4s on a narrow 19mm internal width rim, still plenty of room with a wide rim.


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    Quote Originally Posted by buddhak
    OHM, can you elaborate on this? I was just thinking how the long TT and short chainstays might contribute to decent performance when standing & climbing. I remember 13 years ago learning to purposefully pull up on my bars while pushing on the cranks to get the most climbing traction out of the semi-slick mtb tires on my old Performance HT. Those tires were a bad idea in so many ways, but I digress. The point is, I felt like I was levering the rear end into dirt around the bottom bracket. In my mind it seemed like there would be a sweet spot for chainstay length while doing this: too long and you loose mechanical advantage, too short and it is wheelies when you need them the least. In any case, my Karate Monkey SS, with its 17" chainstays (give or take a half inch - my rear wheel is in mid position), seems to strike a decent balance. Although that distinct levering feeling is hard to detect now - the Performance definitely had longer stays. I wonder if the Canfield crosses over into being too short for standing & climbing? I realize my reminiscing about an old bike is not very interesting, but some more adjectives and observations about climbing on the Yelli certainly would be. Hook us up, yo!
    I think it may be more that I'm accustom to standing and grinding on my rigid SS, so it's probably more of a technique thing and me getting familiar with the different geometry on the Canfield, but it did feel different than my Niner Sir9.

    It's was a very, very small complaint and definitely not a deal breaker.
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    does it accelerate any quicker?

    Just curious for those who have ridden the yelli...have you noticed if the short stays make it any quicker to spin the wheels up to speed? I find my 29er a little sluggish but I think something like the nimble 9 might solve the handling issues that I don't like about my current ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPK2
    Just curious for those who have ridden the yelli...have you noticed if the short stays make it any quicker to spin the wheels up to speed? I find my 29er a little sluggish but I think something like the nimble 9 might solve the handling issues that I don't like about my current ride.
    Haven't ridden the Yelli, but rear wheel acceleration is going to be a function of gearing, wheel specs, and crank arm length. Chainstay length does not enter the equation. But we all know that stiff shiny new bikes certainly feel faster.
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    OHM,

    It was cool that Chris made it by our neck of the country, great meeting him and doing a little xc with him considering he almost needs a pilot's license for a lot of the riding he does. Nice guy building some sick stuff.

    I was impressed with the Yellis and how compact they were for 29ers...great for the stuff we were riding. With your build, I would guess you are going to lighten things some from the demo setup and go with SS? Rigid fork? I'll be interested to see how it comes out.
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    Waited too long for ride reports. Now their out of the frame my size, small. Chris said he don't know when he'll get them back in stock. Maybe till the rest of the stock is low enough to order another batch overseas. Can't wait to have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wobbem
    Can you lot post please some clear sharp pics so I can store them for my bike porn use.
    Ps Canfield's site info is a bit s*ite don't you think?
    Ditto
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    Quote Originally Posted by redster0229
    Waited too long for ride reports. Now their out of the frame my size, small. Chris said he don't know when he'll get them back in stock. Maybe till the rest of the stock is low enough to order another batch overseas. Can't wait to have one.
    That's too bad I was planning on waiting until spring to pick mine up, but you just prompted me to have it under the Christmas tree. So, that's one more frame closer to them making another run for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redster0229
    Waited too long for ride reports. Now their out of the frame my size, small. Chris said he don't know when he'll get them back in stock. Maybe till the rest of the stock is low enough to order another batch overseas. Can't wait to have one.
    That sucks, but it'll be worth the wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malibu412
    OHM,

    It was cool that Chris made it by our neck of the country, great meeting him and doing a little xc with him considering he almost needs a pilot's license for a lot of the riding he does. Nice guy building some sick stuff.

    I was impressed with the Yellis and how compact they were for 29ers...great for the stuff we were riding. With your build, I would guess you are going to lighten things some from the demo setup and go with SS? Rigid fork? I'll be interested to see how it comes out.
    It was pretty cool that Chris came up, still impressed that he met us at 7:30 on a day that was forecasted to be pretty wet and cold, to do an Xc ride no less.

    I'm going with a 1X9 over the SS and will build it with either the Fox Talas or Rock Shox Reba in the 120mm flavor. Just have to decide if I want to fork out (pun intended) the extra dough for the Talas over the Reba.

    And something else I noticed about the Yelli Screamy. It seemed like I could track stand this bike for as long as I pleased. Not sure why, but it sure felt balanced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldHouseMan
    It was pretty cool that Chris came up, still impressed that he met us at 7:30 on a day that was forecasted to be pretty wet and cold, to do an Xc ride no less.

    I'm going with a 1X9 over the SS and will build it with either the Fox Talas or Rock Shox Reba in the 120mm flavor. Just have to decide if I want to fork out (pun intended) the extra dough for the Talas over the Reba.

    And something else I noticed about the Yelli Screamy. It seemed like I could track stand this bike for as long as I pleased. Not sure why, but it sure felt balanced.
    What crank and what toothed chainring are you going to run? I'm considering this route too. I'm also thinking about going with a 30t chainring, but am unclear whether a 94/58 crank will work with the tight spaces on the Yelli.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin
    What crank and what toothed chainring are you going to run? I'm considering this route too. I'm also thinking about going with a 30t chainring, but am unclear whether a 94/58 crank will work with the tight spaces on the Yelli.
    I have a set of MRP Camber cranks with a 32T ring, will be using a 11-34 in the rear.
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    Was wondering what fork you were going to go with, if it's any help, on my Paradox I have absolutely no issues climbing with the 120 Minute it has on, none what so ever, no matter how steep - In case that's what you were worried about. Heck if you want to save some coin you could get hold of a 2010 Minute quite cheap - that is IF you didn't want the tapered steerer.

    Quote Originally Posted by OldHouseMan
    It was pretty cool that Chris came up, still impressed that he met us at 7:30 on a day that was forecasted to be pretty wet and cold, to do an Xc ride no less.

    I'm going with a 1X9 over the SS and will build it with either the Fox Talas or Rock Shox Reba in the 120mm flavor. Just have to decide if I want to fork out (pun intended) the extra dough for the Talas over the Reba.

    And something else I noticed about the Yelli Screamy. It seemed like I could track stand this bike for as long as I pleased. Not sure why, but it sure felt balanced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Was wondering what fork you were going to go with, if it's any help, on my Paradox I have absolutely no issues climbing with the 120 Minute it has on, none what so ever, no matter how steep - In case that's what you were worried about. Heck if you want to save some coin you could get hold of a 2010 Minute quite cheap - that is IF you didn't want the tapered steerer.
    The Fox Talas is on my radar but it's a little to spendy for my taste and in the past when I get the most fiddly stuff, I never use them.

    I would like to try a tapered fork since the headtube on the Yelli Screamy is tapered but I do have a brand new White Brothers Fluid 110 sitting around not being used. I am trying to sell it but if it doesn't sell by the time I gather all the parts, I'll throw it on.

    I need to look at the Minute a little more, never considered it.
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    Why spend money when you already have a fork there to use. Use the WB for the time being and hold out and wait on the new offerings soon to be coming - I know Manitou is doing a tapered Minute, maybe 140mm and there's rumors all down the pipeline of other stuff to come. For me the Minute was a no brainer, picked it up when Jenson was blowing them out in '08 and it has been fantastic, only thing I'd like for it is the Absolute+ damper - only have the Absolute right now. For me 120mm is where it's at since at the end of a ride I normally see I've used up all my travel, but don't think 10mm would kill, only thing that might effect it is offset.

    Quote Originally Posted by OldHouseMan
    The Fox Talas is on my radar but it's a little to spendy for my taste and in the past when I get the most fiddly stuff, I never use them.

    I would like to try a tapered fork since the headtube on the Yelli Screamy is tapered but I do have a brand new White Brothers Fluid 110 sitting around not being used. I am trying to sell it but if it doesn't sell by the time I gather all the parts, I'll throw it on.

    I need to look at the Minute a little more, never considered it.
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    YEah, I know it will be worth the wait.

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    Uhm, I'm into assembling my new Yelli, but I've a problem with the chainset: I've a Race Face Deus and I'm going to put on a single ring 32t. well this 32t ring (I've a SS ring, but regular one has same problem) in middle position touches the chainstay... aren't you using 32t middle ring? or does the Deus have a narrower chain line?
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    There's a video on youtube with them discussing this. It is designed for a 50-51mm chainline while keeping the gap between the ring and chainstay small enough to prevent chain suck. I'm not familiar with the Deus, but do you have all the necessary spacers for install? It uses a 73mm BB shell so you would typically need one spacer on the drive side only.

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    Found the data sheet for the deus, it has nominally a 50mm chain line, but it should be possible to arrange spindle spacers to have a 51mm chain line. I'll try this, hoping it's enough, but I'm not so positive. Of course for bb cups one spacer on the drive side only.

    Quote Originally Posted by car_nut
    There's a video on youtube with them discussing this. It is designed for a 50-51mm chainline while keeping the gap between the ring and chainstay small enough to prevent chain suck. I'm not familiar with the Deus, but do you have all the necessary spacers for install? It uses a 73mm BB shell so you would typically need one spacer on the drive side only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by savo
    Found the data sheet for the deus, it has nominally a 50mm chain line, but it should be possible to arrange spindle spacers to have a 51mm chain line.
    Right! my spindle spacers was set for a 49mm chain line (done for my previous bike and forgot), now I swapped to a 51mm and it works, also with the SS chainring, wich has longer teeth. perfect.

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    Glad it worked for you.

    On a personal note, Brown Santa is on his way with mine. Black frame, white Flows w/blue Hopes. I've also got a newborn in the house, so it's all going to be garage art until spring.

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    thanks car_nut
    Mine is black frame, duc32 fork, silver p35 rims and silver parts. will be ready in a few days. i'll post pics when finished.

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    Can't wait to see the pics. This thread needs more bike porn.

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    If you boys snap up all the Lg black frames before xmas, I am gonna be
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    Sorry man. I was originally going to wait until spring to pick mine up, but seeing the small sold out got me motivated.

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    My new Yelli Screamy

    Here it is!
    First pics just out of the door, no trail riding yet, so no riding impressions.
    Looks wonderful to me.
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    Those Maverick forks look good. The only thing is: you need the weird 24/7 hubs.

    Does it limit turning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by savo
    Looks wonderful to me.
    And you'd be correct! That looks fantastic.

    Can you tell me a bit about that fork? I've never heard of it but it looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    Those Maverick forks look good. The only thing is: you need the weird 24/7 hubs.
    I think maverick hub to be a great hub, long and wide axle and wide flange. Very nice as I can see.
    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    Does it limit turning?
    When riding, not at all. Maybe, together with the large bar (760mm), a bit limiting when handling the bike by hand, i.e. inside the garage

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    Quote Originally Posted by car_nut
    Can you tell me a bit about that fork? I've never heard of it but it looks great.
    DUC32 fork is no more produced as i know (Maverick is working on a carbon DUC36). it's a 6'' 26er upside down fork, converted to a 4.5'' 29er one. I've never seriously ridden it yet, so no riding impressions, it's the first time i've it on a bike.

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    Good job!

    Looks sweet love how the fork matches the frame so well - love matte finishes for bikes, unless it's Candie Apple RED Did you get the DUC speaially painted or did it come that matte black? Never thought about the dual crown limiting turning, but I guess it would/could, although I personally can't really balance my bike if the bars are turned much more than 45 degrees. Waiting for ride impressions. Sweet tyre combo too, it's what I'd run if the rain would ever ease off for more than a couple days at a time, currently have Michelin XC A/T out back to help with the mud, but Rampy upfront and loving it. 2.25" Ardent right?

    Quote Originally Posted by savo
    Here it is!
    First pics just out of the door, no trail riding yet, so no riding impressions.
    Looks wonderful to me.
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    Nice.......hey savo , what pedals are you using ? They look super thin and are they grippy & comfortable during long rides ? Thanks ! TIG.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TIGMAN
    Nice.......hey savo , what pedals are you using ? They look super thin and are they grippy & comfortable during long rides ? Thanks ! TIG.
    They lool like Canfield's own Crampon pedals. Seems like they got pretty positive reviews; they are nice and thin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Never thought about the dual crown limiting turning, but I guess it would/could, although I personally can't really balance my bike if the bars are turned much more than 45 degrees.
    I have no first hand experience but recall someone mentioning it in connection with some DC fork with some DH/FR frame.

    I think thin pedals like the crampons have a couple of things going for them:
    - they get the rider a few mm closer to the ground, for lower center of gravity
    - they give a few mm more ground clearance between pedal and the rocks

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Did you get the DUC speaially painted or did it come that matte black?
    It come that matte black, and it's exactly the same anodized finish as the frame's. That's very nice even thinking I got this fork month before I ever decided to buy this frame.
    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Never thought about the dual crown limiting turning, but I guess it would/could, although I personally can't really balance my bike if the bars are turned much more than 45 degrees.
    It'n not limiting at all: you can turn the bars up to - i guess, not measured - 75-80 degs
    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Waiting for ride impressions. Sweet tyre combo too, it's what I'd run if the rain would ever ease off for more than a couple days at a time, currently have Michelin XC A/T out back to help with the mud, but Rampy upfront and loving it. 2.25" Ardent right?
    Yes 2.25'' Ardent for the post.
    I can't wait for riding too, but won't be tomorrow, unfortunatly.
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    Yes pedals are Canfield's Crampon. very nice and thin, I hope they're as good for riding as they look.

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    Can you tell me what the wheel base is with the 100mm and 120mm forks?
    Much obliged.

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    Damn Savo,

    How tall are you?

    DIY grips in the accenting blue are a nice touch. Velocity p35 rims? Can't wait to hear how it rides. Bravo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buddhak
    Damn Savo,

    How tall are you?

    DIY grips in the accenting blue are a nice touch. Velocity p35 rims? Can't wait to hear how it rides. Bravo.
    Tall but not so tall, actually: I'm 187cm (6'2'), frame is an XL and I know here I can find people who could try to convince me that the correct size would have been an M. But I feel great on long top tube.
    Yes they are P35, very wide indeed!
    Thanks buddhak

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    Same height, don't give me an ETT shorter than 25"

    Quote Originally Posted by savo
    Tall but not so tall, actually: I'm 187cm (6'2'), frame is an XL and I know here I can find people who could try to convince me that the correct size would have been an M. But I feel great on long top tube.
    Yes they are P35, very wide indeed!
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    Brown Santa stopped by with a little xmas cheer. The quality of the frame looks fantastic and it was covered in literally 15lbs of packing material. I should have a ride report in April
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    Doesn't look like a whole lot of people have checked out the video the Brothers shot for this bike over in Youtube-land.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mu_xxwKlplU

    I really think this will be my next frame...

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    No, I already saw it. I still bought one in spite of their dancing

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    Glad I had nothing to do with that one. HAHA My style of riding but your right about that dancing, I'm more of a hold the wall up kinda guy.

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    Sweet ride you got there Savo! Sent you a PM with some Q's
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    Hopefully they have a few black mediums left as I have to wait a week to get mine. Can't wait!

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