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    Canadian FR/AM Shoot out!

    Strangely enough narrowed my new frame choice down to three, all being Canadian!

    I usually dont like 'what frame' type posts, but am interested to see what peoples views are.

    Riding an Intense SS at the mo, hardcore trail riding, light Freeride and the occasional DH run. Fancy a change, with something that feels a bit stiffer in the rear end!

    - Cove G-Spot
    - Knolly Delirium
    - Banshee Rune

    I wont have a chance to test ride, as its tricky to get hold of these over in the UK.

    What would you recommend?
    Last edited by solaris76; 02-18-2011 at 01:32 PM.

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    you will get a lot more replies if you post in the Knolly, Banshee or AM forums...

    good luck, great bikes

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    Thanks for the tip. Reason I didn't there was I thought the views may be a bit biased!!

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    Knolly dude knlolly. It does not get much better then a DT

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    Norco Range

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    I own a Cove STD which I ride everywhere (pedals well and is super strong), but the G-Spot would make a better all-round trail bike. For me it would be a close competition between the G-Spot and Delirium. One small detail that bothers me about Cove is their continued use of non-standard 30mm inner-diametrer seat tubes. This basically limits you to a 4" Gravity Dropper adjustable seat post if you are into that (which I am!).

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    STD has been upgraded to a 30.9 post for 2012, as well as a few geo tweaks, ie .75 degree slacker etc...

    michael

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    Have you looked at Xprezo? GamJam or Super d. They are available in Europe

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