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    Yelli Screamy by Canfield ?

    So I was checking out the Canfield website to see how they are progressing with the Nimble Nine and I see they are offering a new Aluminum alloy HT 29er model called the Yelli Screamy ! Geo sounds interesting : 16.7 " chainstays , 69 degree HTA w 100mm fork , and will come in a XL size as well for us taller peeps ! Man , even though I'm not really a big HT fan this frame sounds interesting for a nice little playbike ! TIG.
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    Knew this was coming, got to go check their site now.

    The Nimble 9 is still coming and last I heard it's another 2-3 months out.

    I was told that it looks a lot different than the original look and will be SS only.
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    Wow, I'm impressed! Now I'm even more eager to see the final Nimble 9 design.
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    Inter-resting...very inter-resting...

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    fantastic freakin name.

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    Cool geometry

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    http://www.canfieldbrothers.com/products/yelli-screamy

    holy that is what i have always wanted.
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    16.7" Chainstays!!!!!

    16.7" Chainstays, and way better looking than the Nimble 9...IMO.
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    Anybody find BB height?

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    Is this actually available, or just vapor ware like the Nimble 9 has proven to be thus far?


    Edit: It says "Buy Now." This looks like a great option in the hardtail arena. Very unique bike.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin
    Anybody find BB height?
    BB drop is on the diagram (as is reach!!). 70mm for 487a-c fork gives you an estimated 11.75" with the short fork. I would guess around 12.5-13" with a 120mm fork

    That is possibly the most thorough geometry diagram I have ever seen. Well done Canfields
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    is this slacker than the Pardox using the same fork ?
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    However....

    Quote Originally Posted by Enel
    Is this actually available, or just vapor ware like the Nimble 9 has proven to be thus far?


    Edit: It says "Buy Now." This looks like a great option in the hardtail arena. Very unique bike.

    ...If you click on "Buy Now," there isn't one to buy.
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    Yes

    Quote Originally Posted by 20.100 FR
    is this slacker than the Pardox using the same fork ?
    The Paradox is 70d with a 100mm, 69d with 120mm. The CS are also shorter on the Yelli.

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    it comes in gold? I am so sold. Get these available flymybike!
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    Very interesting bike for sure and as Enel said, the geo chart really does give you everything and see what your particular size frame will actually look like, HOWEVER, too bad they have a web designer who doesn't seem to think that anyone uses over a 1024 resolution for their monitors I can hardly read the type on my 17" wide screen @ 1650 x 1050 and it's a jpeg, so you can't even scale it up using the font scaling feature in most browsers these days.

    Quote Originally Posted by Enel
    BB drop is on the diagram (as is reach!!). 70mm for 487a-c fork gives you an estimated 11.75" with the short fork. I would guess around 12.5-13" with a 120mm fork

    That is possibly the most thorough geometry diagram I have ever seen. Well done Canfields
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    So forgive me a newb question, but for those of you who ride slacked out bikes with shorter stays, would you recommend the 120mm fork or the 100mm fork. I ask because the website highlights the HA with the 100mm fork. I'm wondering if that's what they, essentially, designed the frame around and are recommending?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enel
    BB drop is on the diagram (as is reach!!). 70mm for 487a-c fork gives you an estimated 11.75" with the short fork. I would guess around 12.5-13" with a 120mm fork

    That is possibly the most thorough geometry diagram I have ever seen. Well done Canfields

    Now we're talking. I originally looked at it and was scratching my head at the sub 12" resultant BB height. Forgot to take into account longer forks.

    16.7" cs + 12.7"(+) bb =

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesenator
    ...If you click on "Buy Now," there isn't one to buy.

    The Yelli Screamy's are finished. They have been on the boat for about 2 weeks.
    Should be here in about a week or so.

    The frame was designed for 80-120mm forks.
    I have a 100mm Fox float on mine running a 69 degree head angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cSquared
    The Yelli Screamy's are finished. They have been on the boat for about 2 weeks.
    Should be here in about a week or so.

    The frame was designed for 80-120mm forks.
    I have a 100mm Fox float on mine running a 69 degree head angle.

    Post up a pic or two!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean salach
    Now we're talking. I originally looked at it and was scratching my head at the sub 12" resultant BB height. Forgot to take into account longer forks. 16.7" cs + 12.7"(+) bb =
    The spec sheet is a little unusual in that the length of the "80mm Fox fork" varies depending on frame size from 468mm for the XL to 487mm on the S. I can't make much sense of that.

    It seems safe to assume the BB drop is 70mm with a 468 fork (~11.75" BB depending on tires). A sagged 120mm fork has an a-c around 500mm, so BB drop would be around 57mm in the sagged position which puts you at 12.3" when riding the bike. Add 1/2" unsagged, if that is what you are used to looking at spec wise= 12.7"

    I think if I were designing a hardtail for me personally, it would not be far off this. I just re-measured the Simon Bar and it is 70mm BB drop and 70 degree HTA with a short rigid fork.
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    Hopefully we'll get a ride report from a credible source like twentynineinches.com soon as I'd love to see how it performs

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    Quote Originally Posted by djembe975
    Hopefully we'll get a ride report from a credible source like twentynineinches.com soon as I'd love to see how it performs
    I'm sure as long as there is a free bike involved we will get a glowing review from twentynineinches.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin
    So forgive me a newb question, but for those of you who ride slacked out bikes with shorter stays, would you recommend the 120mm fork or the 100mm fork. I ask because the website highlights the HA with the 100mm fork. I'm wondering if that's what they, essentially, designed the frame around and are recommending?

    I have a custom frame with 16.5 CS and a sagged HA at 69.5 (100mm) and 68.5 (120mm)
    The bike never feels sluggish in either position but it certainly climbs a bit better at 100mm. However I am sure that with some small cockpit adjustments I could get climbing just as good at 120mm. BTW, that is w/ a TALAS fork so I can switch back and forth at will. Which I would highly recommend for a frame like the Canfield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by F.I.T.nj
    I have a custom frame with 16.5 CS and a sagged HA at 69.5 (100mm) and 68.5 (120mm)
    The bike never feels sluggish in either position but it certainly climbs a bit better at 100mm. However I am sure that with some small cockpit adjustments I could get climbing just as good at 120mm. BTW, that is w/ a TALAS fork so I can switch back and forth at will. Which I would highly recommend for a frame like the Canfield.
    Good info., thanks. I saw the build thread on your bike, and it's sweet. With similar HA to the canefield, your advice on the Talas will be considered. By the way, what's the bb height on your new bike?

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    The one thing that I'd like to know with slack angled 29er like this is are they on the slow side of handling or do the short stays balance it out? With many of the production 29ers out there it seems that 71 to 72 degrees heat tube angle seems to be the norm

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    Quote Originally Posted by djembe975
    The one thing that I'd like to know with slack angled 29er like this is are they on the slow side of handling or do the short stays balance it out? With many of the production 29ers out there it seems that 71 to 72 degrees heat tube angle seems to be the norm
    probably a similar difference in handling between slack 26" am hardtails and 26" xc hardtails that often have steeper angles too

    no offense, but many people tend to think of 29ers more as a category of bikes than as a wheel size that can be applied to different categories of bikes. Short stays can make a bike feel more "lively", "playful" or "nimble" and you will be able to turn the bike a bit easier with your body, but the steering alone will still be slower and will force you to use your body more to be maneuverable

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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx
    Very interesting bike for sure and as Enel said, the geo chart really does give you everything and see what your particular size frame will actually look like, HOWEVER, too bad they have a web designer who doesn't seem to think that anyone uses over a 1024 resolution for their monitors I can hardly read the type on my 17" wide screen @ 1650 x 1050 and it's a jpeg, so you can't even scale it up using the font scaling feature in most browsers these days.
    Sweet. Coolest most exciting bike to be posted in a long time and you rag on the web developer and how it is posted on them internets! Almost feels like DC got into some Jamaican ganga and hijacked your account....... wanna borrow my bifocals? hehehe

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    Hopefully we'll get a ride report from a credible source like twentynineinches.com soon as I'd love to see how it performs
    Yep, hucking that long travel All Mountain bike across the huge drops and gnarly rock strewn descents of the Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska lands with the 5000 vertical foot 15 mile descents after climbing to the sky all morning..... oh, wait. Uh......
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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus
    Yep, hucking that long travel All Mountain bike across the huge drops and gnarly rock strewn descents of the Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska lands with the 5000 vertical foot 15 mile descents after climbing to the sky all morning..... oh, wait. Uh......
    You know that there are contributors to TNI from other locales, right? Just checking.
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    Yelli Screamy by Canfield?

    The head-tube length on the XL is about an inch too short.

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    Quote Originally Posted by <-meathucker->
    I'm sure as long as there is a free bike involved we will get a glowing review from twentynineinches.com
    Guitar Ted is probably too nice to respond, but I am not. That is a direct attack on the character of the writer/testers at that site, including myself. Not cool, especially since the review commentaries do not bear this out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitar Ted
    You know that there are contributors to TNI from other locales, right? Just checking.
    Yes, and I forgot the smilie (fixt, uh... ). Not every bike you test is prefect for your test conditions, given your ability to travel the globe with your $$$ million dollar test budget was what I was trying to say. Even though the Canfield Bros might be a little biased , but I feel they are better qualified to test this one; I doubt mikesee or buddies will fly this to its limits, let alone the 29".com crew. Just sayin'...
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    Quote Originally Posted by slocaus
    Yes, and I forgot the smilie (fixt, uh... ). Not every bike you test is prefect for your test conditions, given your ability to travel the globe with your $$$ million dollar test budget was what I was trying to say. Even though the Canfield Bros might be a little biased , but I feel they are better qualified to test this one; I doubt mikesee or buddies will fly this to its limits, let alone the 29".com crew. Just sayin'...
    No worries, Tim. I told GT all about you

    And I agree...I am certainly not the perfect test rider for this type of bike, seeing as how you and I like the same type of rides/bikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtroy
    Guitar Ted is probably too nice to respond, but I am not. That is a direct attack on the character of the writer/testers at that site, including myself. Not cool, especially since the review commentaries do not bear this out.

    You are way off here and your character is showing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    probably a similar difference in handling between slack 26" am hardtails and 26" xc hardtails that often have steeper angles too

    no offense, but many people tend to think of 29ers more as a category of bikes than as a wheel size that can be applied to different categories of bikes. Short stays can make a bike feel more "lively", "playful" or "nimble" and you will be able to turn the bike a bit easier with your body, but the steering alone will still be slower and will force you to use your body more to be maneuverable
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaredbadams
    The head-tube length on the XL is about an inch too short.
    I've got the same issue with the seat tube I wouldn't be able to run an adjustable seatpost on this. I prefer some of the features of this over the Paradox (Tapered, direct mount) but the geometry isn't going to work for me.

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    Geometry pictures for the smaller sizes say ISCG mounts (03?) but the larger ones don't. It is not in the photos either.

    What is correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin
    Good info., thanks. I saw the build thread on your bike, and it's sweet. With similar HA to the canefield, your advice on the Talas will be considered. By the way, what's the bb height on your new bike?
    12.25 at 100mm. I find it to be perfect so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jncarpenter
    +1

    Spot on

    +2 This geo really responds best to a more "DH" style of riding. Full commitment, lots of body english, toss it in and ride the rear wheel out......When you treat it like that it simply rips the way now long stayed steep angled frame can. All depends on how active you like to be on the bike. My .02c

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    This is very relevant to my interests. (lets see some pics of a complete bike)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jncarpenter
    +1

    Spot on
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    Does anyone have an idea on rear tire capacity? It looks like the Rockshox seatpost will be long enough for me. So, it's back in the running for finding a home beneath my Christmas tree if I can fit good sized rubber in it.

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    ...is it just me or does the design of the ultra short chainstays bear a striking resemblance with the BY:STICKEL custom frames?!? Don't know if Canfield Brothers deliberately intended to copy it or anything but I still think Steve was first and he deserves some credit

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    No he's not

    Quote Originally Posted by megalow maniac
    ...is it just me or does the design of the ultra short chainstays bear a striking resemblance with the BY:STICKEL custom frames?!? Don't know if Canfield Brothers deliberately intended to copy it or anything but I still think Steve was first and he deserves some credit

    The PhatSchtickel!!!!
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    Maybe the first you are aware of though.

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    Nobody has a pic of one built up, proto or otherwise?

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    There's a few more detail pics at:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/9338821...7624667083519/

    But no built up

    The German site has a pic of the frame in silver:



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    Quote Originally Posted by megalow maniac
    ...is it just me or does the design of the ultra short chainstays bear a striking resemblance with the BY:STICKEL custom frames?!?

    Good point.....looks like a nice frame to reintroduce me back into the HT scene without spending alot of coin ! TIG.
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    personnally 'm more interested in seeing the gold and silver options than a built up...

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    Thanks for the links looks good in silver as well...

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    69* on a 29er = cheating in the tech. I know, my BS RAM devours rock gardens like they're not there, and with a shorter stem, those short stays should mean pulling ledgey ups are e-z and climbs are balanced... also that 69* HTA will make the downs delicious as well.

    Well done canfields!

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    Quote Originally Posted by megalow maniac
    ...is it just me or does the design of the ultra short chainstays bear a striking resemblance with the BY:STICKEL custom frames?!? Don't know if Canfield Brothers deliberately intended to copy it or anything but I still think Steve was first and he deserves some credit

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    Pretty sure that bb/st/dt layout showed up first on downhill bikes. Could be wrong though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thefriar
    69* on a 29er = cheating in the tech. I know, my BS RAM devours rock gardens like they're not there, and with a shorter stem, those short stays should mean pulling ledgey ups are e-z and climbs are balanced... also that 69* HTA will make the downs delicious as well.

    Well done canfields!

    No doubt........it's beastieful ! TIG.
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    Here is a pic of a gold complete build from I believe one of the brother's bike

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    thanks... I knew there was a pic out there somewhere.

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    This thread needs some more build pics .....please.

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    That bike is the first bike to get assembled so we could check geometry and fit. We just rushed it together with parts we had so we could reliese the geometry and annouce that they will be here next week. Chris is in Germany for Eurobike, when he returns we will be getting a few more together for Interbike. Until then I have no pics or even one for myself. The Yelli Screamy is available in Black, Silver and Gold (pictured) anodized colors and small, medium, large and XL sizes.

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    ...I'm excited to see one @ interbike, what size is the gold one that's built up ?

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    Can someone post the geo graphic so it can actually be read?

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    Nice addition to the pool of options. Still waiting on a FS 29er from the Canfields...

    I agree re the static HT length and there are many others guilty of this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada 29er
    Can someone post the geo graphic so it can actually be read?
    At least on the German site it becomes large enough to read when I use my browser's zoom function (View > Zoom > 200% or press "Ctrl" and "+")

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    [QUOTE=Soupboy]Nice addition to the pool of options. Still waiting on a FS 29er from the Canfields...


    Yes, I'd like to see a FS 29er from them too. I know they had the DH prototype, but I'd like to see something that could climb hills as well.

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    Max rear tire width?

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    Available before or after interbike? Just wondering
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada 29er
    Can someone post the geo graphic so it can actually be read?
    The complete shown is a large. They will be here on the 10th so it's possible to get one just before I-bike. We designed it to fit all 29" tires, just need to get my hands on one to verify.
    Here they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by flymybike
    We designed it to fit all 29" tires
    Excellent. Can't wait to see some build pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flymybike
    The complete shown is a large. They will be here on the 10th so it's possible to get one just before I-bike. We designed it to fit all 29" tires, just need to get my hands on one to verify.
    Here they are.
    The ETT, STA, and reach on these diagrams is based on which fork length?
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    Based on the 80mm fork. It's a fairly small change in dimensions compared to the longer forks. The numbers become slacker and smaller as the fork height increases.

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    You guys going to be at Outdoor Demo again this year?

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    Yes, we'll just be riding so just give us a call and we'll find you. We'll have a few Yelli Screams with us to ride.

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    I'm diggin this bike.

    At 5'9", wondering if I should go with the medium?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldHouseMan
    At 5'9", wondering if I should go with the medium?
    At about the same height... I think I'd like the Small, but I seem to get along with pretty compact frames. Medium with a short stem might work too.

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    I'm thinkin small as well, I really hope I get a chance to ride both sizes @ Interbike. Ah hell, who am I kidding, I'll be stoked just to see one....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIGMAN
    Man , even though I'm not really a big HT fan this frame sounds interesting for a nice little playbike ! TIG.
    Chris Canfield was pretty darn excited and telling the girls about it at Eurobike today!

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    Now we know the reason for the delays in getting the Nimble Nine. Dude, get to work.

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    Hmm...those girls have shirts just painted on, no? I think I wouldn't be rubbing my nipple. Maybe part of that crazy Euro. mating ritual?
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    That looks like a guy trying to sell some bikes.....

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    Are there any decent build pics yet?

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    Thanks to Ojos Azules for this pic of the Yelli. Go check out the full Eurobike pic post:
    http://picasaweb.google.com/mybikeri...55899731886226

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    Only a couple more days until this frame is available. How many others have one pre-ordered?

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    Quote Originally Posted by whydomylegshurt?
    Only a couple more days until this frame is available. How many others have one pre-ordered?
    I wish
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    So I was over at the Canfield online shop looking at ordering the frame and there I find a 29inch wheelset listed too. The site lists the set as available in QR or 15mm front and 150x12 rear. Correct me if I'm wrong or newbish, but doesn't the website list the yelli as having a 135x10 rear? Will the wheelset work with the frame? Does anybody know anything about the wheelset, such as rims and hubs?

    http://canfieldbrothers.com/shop/products-page/29ers/

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluestatevirgin
    So I was over at the Canfield online shop looking at ordering the frame and there I find a 29inch wheelset listed too. The site lists the set as available in QR or 15mm front and 150x12 rear. Correct me if I'm wrong or newbish, but doesn't the website list the yelli as having a 135x10 rear? Will the wheelset work with the frame? Does anybody know anything about the wheelset, such as rims and hubs?

    http://canfieldbrothers.com/shop/products-page/29ers/
    pretty sure that's a typo -- makes no sense to sell a wheelset w/ a QR front hub and a 150 mm rear hub.
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    I'm really interested to hear some ride reports on this frame. I had been looking at the Yeti Big Top, but the shorter chainstays and triple water bottle mounts, not to mention the lower price tag have me very intrigued. I'm especially curious to know if this frame is harsh or compliant, as aluminum hardtails go--there seems to be so much variation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    probably a similar difference in handling between slack 26" am hardtails and 26" xc hardtails that often have steeper angles too

    no offense, but many people tend to think of 29ers more as a category of bikes than as a wheel size that can be applied to different categories of bikes. Short stays can make a bike feel more "lively", "playful" or "nimble" and you will be able to turn the bike a bit easier with your body, but the steering alone will still be slower and will force you to use your body more to be maneuverable
    another +1

    In the thread of the 29er I built (with 67.5 degree head angle with a 120 mm fork), there were a few people who mentioned that they required a 71 or 72 degree head angle to turn - yeah, I understand - they just don't have the turning skills to properly turn a bike, anyway, and they usually can't/don't get their butts out of the seat to turn. It's no wonder most 29ers are built for riders without bike handling skills!

    I'm loving my 67.5 degree HA/12" BB/ 16-5/8" CS 29er!
    May the air be filled with tires!

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    So are the Brothers done hamming it up with the painted Euro wenches yet? I want pics and details!!!! (Of the bike, not the wenches. Though you can feel free to include pics/details of the wenches as well )

    Pics of the three frame colors side by side would be nice. A shot of the chainstays with a known high volume tire mounted to a wide rim would make me happy as well

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    +2, more pics !!!!(please)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaster1200

    .....the 29er I built......they just don't have the turning skills to properly turn a bike.....
    We get it, you built a bike and have sick bike handling skills. Save the self exposition for STR .

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    Quote Originally Posted by flymybike
    The complete shown is a large. They will be here on the 10th so it's possible to get one just before I-bike. .
    I'm not pestering you. I'm just making it easier for you to find the thread

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    $100 for shipping? Seriously?

    http://canfieldbrothers.com/shop/pro...page/checkout/

    edit: looks like they are still tinkering with the web store. now reads 650 and no shipping.
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    Ouch!

    400$ for international shipping...

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    Ouch!

    400$ for international shipping...
    Frame bought in UK is roughly 600 or $925 :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by wedge
    Ouch!

    400$ for international shipping...
    Shurely sum mistake - nothing costs 400 bucks to send international

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    But it makes it equate with the UK price...

    If the frames were shipped straight to the UK distributor from the factory, instead of via Canfield in US surely that would be much cheaper?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bonesetter2004
    Shurely sum mistake - nothing costs 400 bucks to send international
    Nigel, not so. The quote from Fedex to ship your FSR if, I remember correctly, was almost $400.

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    I just shipped a full bike from California to England, via US Postal priority mail, insured, for $90.

    That rate seems way high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jager7
    I just shipped a full bike from California to England, via US Postal priority mail, insured, for $90.

    That rate seems way high.
    Yes, I've also shipped to England for $90 with USPS. I also had one arrive damaged with USPS. Go and get an insured quote with a shipping company and see what it costs.

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    They are most definitely smoking some form of cRaCk Guess they're doing like all those infomercials and making their money on the shipping I know my Banshee sure didn't cost anywhere near $400 US once it was shipped by Banshee who would do a lot more business with FedEx etc than me. I think this will be a major hurdle for them if these prices are for real.
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    I got as far as the paypal log in and I saw no shipping costs at all? I'm wondering if the new price includes shipping ?

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