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    Canadian Bikes, Photo, Setup & Geometry Database

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    Balfa

    Banshee

    Brodie

    Cove

    Cromag

    De Kerf

    DeVinci

    Kona

    Knolly (now on the Custom DH/FR/Urban Builders board)

    Norco

    Off Road Toad

    Oryx

    Rocky Mountain

    Thin Blue Line

    True North

    Post here if I'm missing a Canadian bike brand and I'll add it.

    Thanks to airwreck over on the Turner board for the format.

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    Spot thread - Spot Photos

    But people are being shy.

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    Spot added.
    Maybe start a thread on the SS board linking this one. Maybe all of the Spot riders hang over there exclusively?

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    I can't believe thinblueline gets mentioned but not eclipse, and have you forgotten about Maxam too? or Tech, or Marinoni, or Billy Goat, or Bertrand, Mikado, Miele, etc...
    I don't post to generate business for myself or make like I'm better than sliced bread

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    [SIZE="4"]URIEDOG Bycycle Werks Inc. [/SIZE]
    www.uriedog.com
    100% Canadian hand built frames
    This is the "RONI"

    Site has been updated, frames and gear. Store is now online!


    Last edited by Dave937; 04-07-2007 at 07:40 AM.

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    There's also Doberman bikes in Aylmer, Quebec now... production deliveries have begun.

    I can't remember the url for their site unfortunetly, and its not showing up in google searches
    I don't post to generate business for myself or make like I'm better than sliced bread

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    dobermann bikes

    http://www.dobermannbikes.com/

    the same frames as thunk! bikes, sweet park/FR style hardtails.
    what would rainbow unicorn do?

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    who could forget cycle tech my second mountain bike first was a BRC

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    Totally missing Misfit Psycles

    See my signature for site info.
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    MTBR is serious stuff.
    You never get better until you get out of your comfort zone.

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    Is there a thread about the brand I can link to?

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    there are several mentions in the treads found in this search

    http://forums.mtbr.com/search.php?searchid=3883920
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    You never get better until you get out of your comfort zone.

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    ... and if we just ... 05 Scratch

    2005 BANSHEE SCRATCH
    4130 chromoly
    Building it up very soon with a Boxxer world cup..

    The Banshee Scratch is a transition bike, balanced between the burliness of a BMX bike, and the versatility of a mountain bike.

    The Scratch lets you perfect your new sick moves in the skate park and on the dirt jumps before you take them into the forest. It’s half BMX bike and half mountain bike, with our exclusive morphing geometry and a chassis that’s burly enough to carry the Banshee name.

    The scratch frame is 100% heat treated cro-moly and re-enforced with a Rad style down tube, extensive gusseting and grind guards on the chain stays. Its Shock Block seat stays are uniquely curved to provide optimal shock absorption for big landings. Like our Morphine, the Scratch can “morph” from park bike to jump bike to urban bike to trail bike. By changing forks (rigid, 3", 4", 5", 6", 7") and wheel sizes (dual 24", 24"x26" or dual 26"), the geometry changes dramatically to suit all hardcore disciplines.

    The scratch rear end fits 14mm single speed or 10mm multi speed hubs, rim or disc brakes and up to 3.0" tires.
    The Scratch builds up from 30 to 45lb. 3 sizes fit riders from 4’8 to 6’6.


    Large---- SEAT TUBE 16”
    TOP TUBE (HORIZONTAL) 23.5”
    CHAINSTAY LENGTH 15.75” - 17”
    WHEELBASE 41.9”

    GEOMETRY chart>
    WHEEL SIZE FORK TRAVEL HEAD ANGLE SEAT ANGLE BB HEIGHT
    26"X26" 5" 68 70 14.0"
    6" 67 69 14.3"
    7" 66 68 14.6"

    24"X26" 5" 66 68 13.4"
    6" 65 67 13.6"
    7" 64 66 14.0"

    24"X24" 3" 70 72 12.3"
    4" 69 71 12.6"
    5" 68 70 12.9"

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    kona's candian? sweet!
    jea.

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    It started out that way, but moved to the other side of the border years ago. They do have an office in the Vancouver area though.

    Early BC history here:
    http://www.mtnbikehalloffame.com/ind...page=99&mID=94

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    You can add the Simtra line up to this if you want. All the information/specs are up on the web site www.simtrabikes.com

    Cheers,

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    I need a thread with content on Simtra to link to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CraigH
    Spot added.
    Moved that thread to the Custom Builder's board as they moved to Colorado a year or two ago.

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    I dont see any links to good ole CCM or SuperCycle. How much more Canadian can one get!!!

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    how about OPUS bikes at:

    http://www.opusbike.com/site.htm

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    Need a thread on MTBR about the brand to link to.

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    There's a couple of Chromag threads here:

    more content:
    New Chromag

    more recent right now (All Mountain forum):
    Chromag TRL Pictures (X-Post from Canadian Bikes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by perttime
    There's a couple of Chromag threads here:

    more content:
    New Chromag

    more recent right now (All Mountain forum):
    Chromag TRL Pictures (X-Post from Canadian Bikes)
    Cromag added.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeeEight
    I can't believe thinblueline gets mentioned but not eclipse, and have you forgotten about Maxam too? or Tech, or Marinoni, or Billy Goat, or Bertrand, Mikado, Miele, etc...
    If any of those brands have a thread on MTBR about them I'll add it to the list. (Ya I know you are kidding...)

    That goes for any Canadian brand, current or not.

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    Simtra Cycles. Amazing frames...



    Top Tube: 558mm (22")
    Wheel Base: 1040mm (41")
    Chainstays : 400mm - 430mm
    Seat Tube: 330mm (13")
    Seat Angle: 72
    Seatpost Size: 27.2mm
    Seatclamp Size: 31.8mm
    Head Angle: 71
    Headtube Size: 1 1/8"
    Headtube Length: 120mm
    BB Drop: -25mm
    BB Shell: 68mm
    Recommanded spindle : 113mm
    Brakes w/ MTB hub: V or Disc
    Brakes w/ BMX hub: V
    Rear derailleur mount: YES

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