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    Me and my Riot.

    I have 29er wheels too, not sold on B+ yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayha View Post
    very fun bike!
    charging!

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    Some nice looking country side there savo.

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    Hitech- sent you a PM
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    Great pic!

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    Wanted all black, but the red is probably faster! Can't wait to get some miles logged...
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    Two Canfields in the wild

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    Riot with 2.8 Rekons front and back.

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    Well I dont have a photo but I have a crappy video lol

    https://youtu.be/Is7MkNBi4Fs

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    Oh just got a crappy picture now too

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    I know, bad accessorizing with my purple stem... I should be shot. It was the only 50mm stem I had in my bin o parts

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    My Riot, in it's 2016 suit.

    New Float-X from Graig.
    New 28t stainless ring
    New DHR2 2.4 WT tires.

    ...new weight. 14140g.
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    A couple of photos from my trip to new Zealand. One from the top of gondola at the skyline bike Park and another just before heading down the epic salmon run trail in Queenstown.

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    New Zealand is on the bucket list! And prices aren't too bad from Australia either 👍

    How'd the Riot go with the coil/avalanche Pike?

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    Riot in Santa Cruz

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    That is some amazing looking soil there!! I'm so used to seeing hard pack with kitty litter on it pictures from around here. That screams traction!! You are lucky to have such nice looking trails to shred with that amazing riot you have.

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    It's funny, if you ask locals in Santa Cruz they're all, "Dude, it's so dry and blown out!" But this particular trail is in great shape. It's a 2 mile gradual descent with lots of kickers and jumps along the way.

    I'm pretty lucky to live here, but when we get a little rain that's when conditions get ridiculous tacky. Spring in Santa Cruz is pretty freakin awesome.


    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    That is some amazing looking soil there!! I'm so used to seeing hard pack with kitty litter on it pictures from around here. That screams traction!! You are lucky to have such nice looking trails to shred with that amazing riot you have.

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    So much for me being the only one on a Riot in the Santa Cruz forests
    $500 million for more irresponsible EBRPD land management? No thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slider_phil View Post
    New Zealand is on the bucket list! And prices aren't too bad from Australia either

    How'd the Riot go with the coil/avalanche Pike?
    Do it Phil you'll love it. If you can go away for 10+ days then 5 days in rotorua and 6 or so days in Queenstown is perfect.

    The avalanched riot is beautiful. You gain some weight in terms of the bike build but you get more back in terms of suspension performance especially on the downs.

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    If you don't look down you would never know you're on big wheels.....The Riot is a blast
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussieprime View Post


    A couple of photos from my trip to new Zealand. One from the top of gondola at the skyline bike Park and another just before heading down the epic salmon run trail in Queenstown.
    I thought you were selling this? Or are they old pics?...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mint355 View Post
    I thought you were selling this? Or are they old pics?...
    They are pics I took before selling the frame to another mtbr member. Hopefully we see it pop up in this thread when it's built.

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    Riot in Colorado 'mid country'

    These are from about 10K ft... won't be long til the true high country stuff (over 10k) is snow and mud- free

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    Riot in Zen

    Its been a while since I threw a picture of my Riot up.

    This one is on the to of Zen trail down in St. George. I think this bike was purpose built for this trail

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    Another Riot into the fold.Canfield Riot Photo Thread-20160625_181042_resized_2.jpgCanfield Riot Photo Thread-20160625_181129_resized_2.jpg Going for her maiden voyage tomorrow. It's a large just under 31 lbs. Planning on switching out the shock to the ElevenSix whenever Push makes it available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acfsportsfan View Post
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ID:	1078385 Going for her maiden voyage tomorrow. It's a large just under 31 lbs. Planning on switching out the shock to the ElevenSix whenever Push makes it available.
    Very nice... and clean!!! You are in for a real treat on the trails. When the bike tells you to jump it.....LISTEN to it!!!

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    My Riot

    Love mine... it's first trail ride and then the riot taking flight. It excels in so many things.

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    Not too many people still using the inline I see, lol. On my second, this one has the blue seal, and so far it's been pretty good under my 145lbs. Ive been waiting for the push 11-6 riot tune before upgrading, anyone hear any word?




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    Quote Originally Posted by Erock503 View Post
    Not too many people still using the inline I see, lol. On my second, this one has the blue seal, and so far it's been pretty good under my 145lbs. Ive been waiting for the push 11-6 riot tune before upgrading, anyone hear any word?



    I sent a PM to Darren as well as two emails over the last 2 months to push. I have not gotten a response at all. It's bike riding season now so giving them the bike for 3 weeks is less appealing. Maybe over the winter I will try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    I sent a PM to Darren as well as two emails over the last 2 months to push. I have not gotten a response at all. It's bike riding season now so giving them the bike for 3 weeks is less appealing. Maybe over the winter I will try again.

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    Sounds like they plan to come out with a tune for the Riot soon.

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    I read that type of stuff a few times. I live about a hour away from push and have offered the bike. Every time I have contacted them via email or PM I have not gotten a response. There is even a thread on this forum that they stared asking for bikes that I responded to asking for riots and I got zero response. I am starting to think I made them mad. Honestly, I am pretty over it. A $1200 shock I have to keep chasing them around for and give them my bike for weeks. Starting to look less and less appealing.

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    Canfield Riot Photo Thread

    I spoke with Push two days ago and the gal who answered the phone said they haven't been able to get a bike from Canfield or a local shop. She said that there's liability issues in using someone's personal bike so maybe that's why they haven't accepted anyone's offer. So it doesn't sound like there will be one anytime soon.

    After calling them I went ahead and ordered a woodie from Avalanche. I've spoken with Craig a number of times and he was super helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooly88 View Post
    I spoke with Push two days ago and the gal who answered the phone said they haven't been able to get a bike from Canfield or a local shop. She said that there's liability issues in using someone's personal bike so maybe that's why they haven't accepted anyone's offer. So it doesn't sound like there will be one anytime soon.

    After calling them I went ahead and ordered a woodie from Avalanche. I've spoken with Craig a number of times and he was super helpful.
    I ordered a Woodie last week too

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    I read that type of stuff a few times. I live about a hour away from push and have offered the bike. Every time I have contacted them via email or PM I have not gotten a response. There is even a thread on this forum that they stared asking for bikes that I responded to asking for riots and I got zero response. I am starting to think I made them mad. Honestly, I am pretty over it. A $1200 shock I have to keep chasing them around for and give them my bike for weeks. Starting to look less and less appealing.

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    Hmm, that doesn't sound very encouraging. I would have thought they would be excited to have someone so close that was offering up their frame. That and you would have given an excellent ride report, good or bad. Maybe that's why, lol.

    edit: ahh, liability makes sense. Now that more riots are in stock, maybe it will happen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erock503 View Post


    Great looking bike!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryknown View Post
    Great looking bike!
    Thanks man

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    Quote Originally Posted by wooly88 View Post
    I spoke with Push two days ago and the gal who answered the phone said they haven't been able to get a bike from Canfield or a local shop. She said that there's liability issues in using someone's personal bike so maybe that's why they haven't accepted anyone's offer. So it doesn't sound like there will be one anytime soon.

    After calling them I went ahead and ordered a woodie from Avalanche. I've spoken with Craig a number of times and he was super helpful.
    I'm on a Woodie and can't imagine paying twice as much for an 11-6.....The Woodie kicks ass!

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    I can't wait to get it! My Riot arrived yesterday and is at the shop. Anticipation is killing me!

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    Woodie

    The Woodie is smooth
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    Quote Originally Posted by mayha View Post
    The Woodie is smooth
    Nice! Not sure I'll be pulling off that SH!t!

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    Does Avy offer the same service to fit the shock to another bike if you move it over? $1200 hurts, but being able to carry it over takes some of the sting out. Almost half the price for a woodie is real tempting though.

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    Wow!!! Where/how are you landing on the first one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erock503 View Post
    Does Avy offer the same service to fit the shock to another bike if you move it over? $1200 hurts, but being able to carry it over takes some of the sting out. Almost half the price for a woodie is real tempting though.
    Yes, I moved my Woodie over from my Knolly Chilcotin to the Riot...Simply send it back to AVY to have it revalved for each frame (assuming same eye to eye). After putting my CCDB air back on my Chilcotin, it is NOT the same bike. Says a lot about the Woodie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayha View Post
    Yes, I moved my Woodie over from my Knolly Chilcotin to the Riot...Simply send it back to AVY to have it revalved for each frame (assuming same eye to eye). After putting my CCDB air back on my Chilcotin, it is NOT the same bike. Says a lot about the Woodie...
    Oh nice! Nice action shots too man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayha View Post
    The Woodie is smooth
    Damn, Great pics!

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    Mid-way through winter down here in Australia. Need to organise to get my Monarch Plus sent to Avalanche to be tuned!

    Some awesome looking builds showing up here!


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    Just got this photo from Dusty at Hubsessed - Kawasaki green. Hell yeah!


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    Quote Originally Posted by aussieprime View Post
    Hopefully we see it pop up in this thread when it's built.
    Well, I finally did it.
    As it is all-(most)-black I did not want to burden you with some colors.















    Thank you aussieprime!
    Thank you Avy!
    Thank you Canfields!
    Thank you Riot!

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    Monochromatic masterpiece!

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    Terrific photos!!


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    Riots in the Swiss mountains...

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    Great shot!

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    Top of Armstrong Pass (South Lake Tahoe)

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    Quote Originally Posted by slider_phil View Post
    Mid-way through winter down here in Australia. Need to organise to get my Monarch Plus sent to Avalanche to be tuned!

    Some awesome looking builds showing up here!

    What is your wheel/tire setup on here? Great looking build.

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    Zelvy carbon and Hans Dampf/Maxxis Ikon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin+M View Post
    Zelvy carbon and Hans Dampf/Maxxis Ikon

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    Colin's on the money, as always!

    Unfortunately my rear rim had a bad date with a rock so it's getting sent back next week to be replaced.

    Currently getting my hardtail on with my old steel 26er


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    I've been a member for a long time but have never posted. I guess I've never been that excited about my bike before now. I just finished building my Riot to replace my 2008 Rocky Mountain Slayer.

    I can't believe how much fun the Riot is to ride!!

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    We just got a new one.....

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    Oh my....

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    Nice....is that a 150mm fork on the Push Riot?

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    Darren,

    You had to come out with this on a Friday, now I got to think about it all weekend.
    Placed my order as soon as I seen this, now the waiting game begins.

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    Hmm, so if I sold my dB Air and my Monarch Plus, I could nearly afford a Push coil. Hmm decisions decisions...

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    This is bad bad news for my bank account!!

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    Not sure why you folks are spending 2x the money if a Avalanche Woodie or Chubbie. The Avy has a bigger piston and holds more oil. With the bigger pistons and shims they can further tune the shock for you and your riding.

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    Nice....is that a 150mm fork on the Push Riot?
    Accidently stuck a 160mm on it...that will be replaced with a 150mm FOX 36.

    You had to come out with this on a Friday, now I got to think about it all weekend.
    Placed my order as soon as I seen this, now the waiting game begins.


    Not sure why you folks are spending 2x the money if a Avalanche Woodie or Chubbie. The Avy has a bigger piston and holds more oil. With the bigger pistons and shims they can further tune the shock for you and your riding.
    If it just came down to bigger pistons and more oil I can assure you that we(as well as our competitors) would've simply have done that. Our engineering staff has access to state-of-the-art computer simulation software, on-board data logging systems, as well as a custom built Roehrig Engineering EMA suspension simulator capable of complete trail playback. These are all tools used by highly skilled engineers to completely understand our product as well as all of the other products in the marketplace.

    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by PUSHIND View Post
    Accidently stuck a 160mm on it...that will be replaced with a 150mm FOX 36.



    If it just came down to bigger pistons and more oil I can assure you that we(as well as our competitors) would've simply have done that. Our engineering staff has access to state-of-the-art computer simulation software, on-board data logging systems, as well as a custom built Roehrig Engineering EMA suspension simulator capable of complete trail playback. These are all tools used by highly skilled engineers to completely understand our product as well as all of the other products in the marketplace.

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    Which will still void the warranty. Just a heads up

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    Quote Originally Posted by dustyduke22 View Post
    Not sure why you folks are spending 2x the money if a Avalanche Woodie or Chubbie. The Avy has a bigger piston and holds more oil. With the bigger pistons and shims they can further tune the shock for you and your riding.

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    Couldn't agree more. Most people struggle when it comes to setting up a CCDBA, then all of a sudden Push is the silver bullet! Gotta give to Push though, they are fishing in the right (eg mtbr,PB + countless others)pond!

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    Options and competition is always a good thing. I would like to ride one and compare it to a woodie. Looks great on the raw frame too.

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    Most people struggle when it comes to setting up a CCDBA, then all of a sudden Push is the silver bullet!
    This is one of the things that concerned us about production shocks....the need for the end user to figure out both the settings for the specific leverage characteristic of the frame, as well as their rider setup. With ELEVENSIX we've eliminated the need to find the correct range by building each shock specific to the bike's mechanical characteristic, and then custom tuning each build for the specific rider range. This way you can ride it right out of the box and only have fine tuning controls at your finger tips.

    The negative to doing it this way is that we have to get each bike and put it through our R&D department before it can be released to the public which limits the applications that we fit. At the end of the day all the work that we put in with each manufacturer and each bike means that you don't have to!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PUSHIND View Post
    This is one of the things that concerned us about production shocks....the need for the end user to figure out both the settings for the specific leverage characteristic of the frame, as well as their rider setup. With ELEVENSIX we've eliminated the need to find the correct range by building each shock specific to the bike's mechanical characteristic, and then custom tuning each build for the specific rider range. This way you can ride it right out of the box and only have fine tuning controls at your finger tips.

    The negative to doing it this way is that we have to get each bike and put it through our R&D department before it can be released to the public which limits the applications that we fit. At the end of the day all the work that we put in with each manufacturer and each bike means that you don't have to!

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    I can attest for me the ElevenSix is the real deal. I had one on my E29 and it was awesome but I've since sold it to fund getting a Riot & Balance. I put the CCDB-CS back on the E29 and sent the ElevenSix to Push for a factory re-build for the Balance. Balance isn't built up yet but my Riot is and will be getting an ElevenSix soon. By the way I work a lot of O.T. and I'm married but no kids so I've got spend my O.T. money or else my wife will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin+M View Post
    Personally, I like the idea that you've had each frame you sell a shock for in your hands to optimize the performance.



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    I like that idea too. With all the different leverage ratios and kinematics of different frame suspensions, it's nice to know the shock is tailored to each specific frame design.

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    I agree it is nice, however double the cost of a different persons shock is a tough pill to swallow. I understand they make it all in house and r and D and machine lease bills. However I thibk once the novelty of the shock wears off and the manufacturing process get more refined in a few years the price needs to come down. I do not think the market can support a 1200 shock that will adapt to any frame. The amount of people that will buy one is the same amount of people that own S works bikes. I just with is was more in the 800 price range.

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    I agree as well, but back to photo thread....Drifting the rock face
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    Amen. Ride this morning up Lewis Peak in Ogden, Utah. 4200 feet of climbing and 19 miles round trip.

    Bike is a machine uphill.

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    Oops. Double

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    Nice.

    How do you like the Raze?

    I just sold my CCDB and I'm leaning toward the Raze. Love their Stage

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROFF View Post
    Nice.

    How do you like the Raze?

    I just sold my CCDB and I'm leaning toward the Raze. Love their Stage

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    I like it a lot. I've also got a Monarch, but the Raze outperforms it everywhere except for weight. It took me a long time to get it dialed in, and I'm still fine tuning it. This isn't meant to be a negative, it's just highly tunable and I don't have the experience and knowledge to do this quickly. I should note that it is not a light weight; I'm not sure where other coils are weighing in, but my Raze is a little over 900 grams with a steel coil. Despite the weight penalty, I'm faster up climbs with it mounted than with the Monarch and it's way smoother on the way down.

    If you're looking for more info on the Raze, note that it is essentially a rebranding of the Elka Stage 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mothertruckinsteve View Post
    I like it a lot. I've also got a Monarch, but the Raze outperforms it everywhere except for weight. It took me a long time to get it dialed in, and I'm still fine tuning it. This isn't meant to be a negative, it's just highly tunable and I don't have the experience and knowledge to do this quickly. I should note that it is not a light weight; I'm not sure where other coils are weighing in, but my Raze is a little over 900 grams with a steel coil. Despite the weight penalty, I'm faster up climbs with it mounted than with the Monarch and it's way smoother on the way down.

    If you're looking for more info on the Raze, note that it is essentially a rebranding of the Elka Stage 5.
    Feel the same way about my Avalanche Chubie. Heavier, but so much better. I have stopped caring about it weighing more and just enjoying it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechredneck View Post
    I agree it is nice, however double the cost of a different persons shock is a tough pill to swallow. I understand they make it all in house and r and D and machine lease bills. However I thibk once the novelty of the shock wears off and the manufacturing process get more refined in a few years the price needs to come down. I do not think the market can support a 1200 shock that will adapt to any frame. The amount of people that will buy one is the same amount of people that own S works bikes. I just with is was more in the 800 price range.

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    Yeah, it's definitley a hard pill, especially considering I haven't read one negative comment about the Chubie. $800 sure would make it attractive. All the coil riot pics look menacing though, makes it hard not to want one, I don't care what it is.

    Steve, that looks killer with the stage and raze! I assume their listed 6lbs in the cart is shipping weight with packaging?

    And great pic mayha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erock503 View Post
    Yeah, it's definitley a hard pill, especially considering I haven't read one negative comment about the Chubie. $800 sure would make it attractive. All the coil riot pics look menacing though, makes it hard not to want one, I don't care what it is.

    Steve, that looks killer with the stage and raze! I assume their listed 6lbs in the cart is shipping weight with packaging?

    And great pic mayha!
    Thanks! If its showing 6 lbs in the cart that would include some substantial packaging as mine comes in at just over 2 lbs with the spring. If memory serves the shock and steel spring are each around 1 lb. Maybe one of these days I'll have some extra piles of money lying around and I can send the raze and monarch off to Avalanche to have some magic worked on them. Then I'll have a real quandary about what to run.

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    Lynn Woods, MA...Looking forward to the new Spank 345 wheelset with Onyx hubs built up by Dusty at Hubsessed!!
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    Almost forgot how awesome this bike was after waiting so long for my replacement shock. Gotta give props to CC though, they delivered, feels awesome again!

    Wish I had some mountains or 20ft drops to show off, lol. Unfortunately just a couple pedestrian pics at the trailhead before testing her out. She's back though, feels better than ever, up and down! Love this bike!






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    Quote Originally Posted by mayha View Post
    Lynn Woods, MA...Looking forward to the new Spank 345 wheelset with Onyx hubs built up by Dusty at Hubsessed!!
    Damn do I miss Lynn woods. I grew up in greater Boston, now I'm in Illinois...I'm always thinking about how much fun the Riot would be at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenngineer View Post
    Damn do I miss Lynn woods. I grew up in greater Boston, now I'm in Illinois...I'm always thinking about how much fun the Riot would be at home.
    The Riot is $$$ in Lynn...We should hook up for a ride if you come back for a visit. Lots of new stuff in Lynn too.

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    Brought my Riot to Highland Bike Park yesterday.. Planned on doing a few runs then switching over to my Chilcotin park slayer but I was having so much fun on the Riot I ended up using the whole day. So fast!!!
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    Nice Jason!! Great pic in the rock section

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    Riot Build Mk2

    So just been out for a quick local rip after this build was finished and it was pretty sweet. Going 27.5 plus has made this bike even more fun than before. Thanks for those who gave me some tips from this site.

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    Just made an Mtbr account woohoo!

    to be frank, I am in love with the riots geometry and am amazed how much traction, speed and rollover 29 inch wheels provide even on an xc hardtail. I am fairly certain this will be my next frame I have just a few questions...

    Having previously owned a 2011 canfield one, I know what the brothers are about and how efficiently the suspension works, I just wanted to ask if any of you have taken your riot to bike parks and how it faired. I am fairly concerned about the durability of the bike, as my ONE snapped right out from under me a year ago at a race in front of a bunch of people at the race, definately left a bad taste in my mouth and the other spectators about canfield. So there is the durability question

    Second, How does a coil shock and/or 27.5+ work on the frame? is the linkage fairly progressive so that it wont be bottoming out with 30% sag? I plan to move to bellingham for college in a year so trying to get that one bike rather than bringing the wilson. Thanks in advance! and wow these riots are all so clean and well done, so stoked

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    For you all with black riots paint pen on the white lettering color of your choice

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibishreddin View Post
    Just made an Mtbr account woohoo!

    to be frank, I am in love with the riots geometry and am amazed how much traction, speed and rollover 29 inch wheels provide even on an xc hardtail. I am fairly certain this will be my next frame I have just a few questions...

    Having previously owned a 2011 canfield one, I know what the brothers are about and how efficiently the suspension works, I just wanted to ask if any of you have taken your riot to bike parks and how it faired. I am fairly concerned about the durability of the bike, as my ONE snapped right out from under me a year ago at a race in front of a bunch of people at the race, definately left a bad taste in my mouth and the other spectators about canfield. So there is the durability question

    Second, How does a coil shock and/or 27.5+ work on the frame? is the linkage fairly progressive so that it wont be bottoming out with 30% sag? I plan to move to bellingham for college in a year so trying to get that one bike rather than bringing the wilson. Thanks in advance! and wow these riots are all so clean and well done, so stoked
    I have taken mine to a few bike parks and not shyed away from anything I would not normally hit or charge. So far I have not broken it, even on a few cased doubles I came up short on and a heavy nose first landing off a shooting off course drop. Only real issue I have in the parks is not enough fork and the back in likes to get wild and skip around quite a bit when the speeds get north of 30mph. I can't seem to tune it out. I think it is a by product of such a short rear end.

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    I've been riding a Knolly Chilcotin at Highland for the past 3-4 years.. Tried my Riot there last week now that I've adjusted to the longer reach, wide bars, and 29 inch wheels. I hit everything that I did on my Knolly and it may have been the most fun I've ever had at the park. Super stable, fast fast fast and probably more capable in the chunk even with a 140mm fork. I had no issues with the back end bouncing around likely thanks to the Avalanche Woodie (or maybe I'm not going fast enough). I'd say the Riot is definitely closer to the All Mountain end of the spectrum as opposed to Trail. It's a stout bike that likes to plow, yet corners well and is very comfortable/balanced in the air.

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    I had posted another thread but wanted to contribute to the Riot Photo's
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    You have two!!!?!?! Really like the raw

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