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    Caution;  Merge;  Workers Ahead! I rode a bunch of All Mountain bikes at I-bike.

    Here are my impressions if you care.

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    Thanks for the write up!

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    Thanks for taking the time to write that up. Good info.

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    Outstanding KRob, thanks for all that work.

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    The cove gspot looks sick, but I think it really falls into the category of a "pedal-able" freeride bike. And where's the review for the Knolly Chilcotin? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haus Boss View Post
    The cove gspot looks sick, but I think it really falls into the category of a "pedal-able" freeride bike. And where's the review for the Knolly Chilcotin? :P
    The G-spot was pretty burly for sure, but it wasn't that heavy duty. I don't think it was nearly as beefy as my Delirium T. I think it fits in the AM category.... just slightly leaning towards the FR side of it. Prolly weighed 33-34 lbs with air shock and fork.

    I think the STD is more their FR bike..... Of course with all these 6" carbon 30 lb bikes coming out maybe I need to readjust my perception of what's AM.

    Chilcotin. Sigh. I was invited to go see it at Noel's hotel before the indoor show Tuesday night but we never hooked up. They didn't have it at the Dirt Demo.

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    I don't want to lose track of this thread...too much good info. I had my new bike narrowed down to Canfield The One, Delirium or a Firebird. Now the G-spot is on the list. So many great bikes I don't know how to choose. Thanks for the reviews.

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    Awesome stuff - appreciate your time! And efforts!

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    Really helpful writeup/review so many choices when shopping for a new bike.

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    Thanks for the write up and reviews!
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