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    Quote Originally Posted by flymybike View Post
    Unbalanced, you will find your Balance soon.
    LOVE the innuendo.... Thanks for the hint/tease......
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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    That being said, we are hoping to everything ready to release next month. Thanks again for waiting... I KNOW you are going to be stoked!
    Hey Mr KVT, I don't want to sound impatient but it's next month already. Got any exciting news for us?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcrs View Post
    Hey Mr KVT, I don't want to sound impatient but it's next month already. Got any exciting news for us?
    HAHAHA! My post was only a week ago! We are waiting on on production PR samples. As we all know, this is the intraweb and nobody likes words without pictures.

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    Yeah I know, thought I would just give you a nudge.....

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    Yeah but you already posted some words.

    Hurry up with the pictures already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWS View Post
    ...I'd really enjoy a long-travel AM bike with an air shock, single-crown, slightly less beefy frame, 67ish head-tube angle, and Jedi-like rearward travel.

    Santa Cruz Bullit seems to be the closest thing I can find...
    Can't wait to see what the Bros have up their sleeves for 2014.

    Not trying to hijack thread, but if Canfield doesn't make a mid-travel bike w/ rear suspension similar to the Jedi's, Swarf Cycles [UK] has a prototype frame called the Curve [link here] that does: rearward axle path w idler pulley, 130-150 rear travel (shock stroke dependent), 66 deg HA (+/- 0.5 deg), built for 140-160mm forks, and can run either 26" or 27.5" wheels.

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    In for the news.... tick... tock...

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    Hoping for a short stay fs 29er!I will take more words with no pics for now.LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by unbalanced View Post
    For me I would most wish to see this one:
    "650B / Enduro Racer - need I say more?"

    I think a 27.5" ~150mm full squish Canfield suspension, not too heavy bike sounds like the win!
    I'm also looking forward to something like this.
    C'mon C. Bros!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mxer View Post
    Hoping for a short stay fs 29er!I will take more words with no pics for now.LOL

    I'm looking forward to this as well, as long as it doesn't have DH-like travel (and the generally associated weight). Sub 7#, 120mm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    HAHAHA! My post was only a week ago! We are waiting on on production PR samples. As we all know, this is the intraweb and nobody likes words without pictures.
    Are we there yet?

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    Just give us at least one cat out of that bag of yours K_VT

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    Yes, hurry up about the new enduro bike.
    I'm seriously considering it (depending on what comes out, obviously) as soon as i sell my Blur LTc

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    650b rear triangle for the Jedi?
    Light-bicycle and Derby now has solid DH grade 650b rims, and tires are a coming this spring. While at it, how's about a DM rear mech mount/dropout?
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    Still waiting for my 650B ONE rear, tic toc, tic toc...

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    I'm rather curious as to what they come up with... 27.5 or 29er for FS.... Maybe I'll go with The One, who knows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    We are waiting on on production PR samples. As we all know, this is the intraweb and nobody likes words without pictures.
    How's them samples coming along?

    At this stage I'm keen for pretty much any type of info, some geo number's and spec's maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigcrs View Post
    At this stage I'm keen for pretty much any type of info, some geo number's and spec's maybe.
    +1 - I'm dreaming about a Canfield 27.5 160mm bike with some weight savings over The One. Please let me know if my dreams will come true.

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    It's the 21st.No news yet?

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    Bump.....
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    I'm in a pickle...I want some news badly but don't want the frame (27,5/150mm trail) available until Feb-March 2014. That way I'll have time to get some cash ruling in for bike stuff

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    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails The Canfield Rumor Mill-keep-calm-sit-wait.png  

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonesy22 View Post
    Waiting on my FS Yelli!
    Me too but if not the new Lenz LB and behemoth have 16.7 stays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavageOne View Post
    I'm in a pickle...I want some news badly but don't want the frame (27,5/150mm trail) available until Feb-March 2014. That way I'll have time to get some cash ruling in for bike stuff
    How exactly is that a pickle? You can save your pennies regardless of whether you know it is going to be this bike or that bike, either way saving towards a bike is still a necessary process.

    The only way it becomes a bind is if you need to buy it by a certain date and when the date comes into the forefront you don't know if it is going to be available.

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    Due to production delays, we do not have our samples that we hoped for yet and we'll do a full release after those are in our hands. In the meantime, I will confirm that our long awaited ,160mm Enduro bike is slated for a spring/early summer launch. 27.5”/26” compatible and will feature our new, updated, The One suspension design. Our 29” FS is also in the works with the hopes of a fall/winter 2014 release.

    Thank you all for your patience... I know you're as anxious as we are!

    Cheers,

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    Such is life with production in the bike biz. Sure it frustrates you Vin, even more than it does us.
    Would still love to see some N7 or YelliSixFiddy action in hardtails though....
    Thanks for the update man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastcoaster View Post
    Such is life with production in the bike biz. Sure it frustrates you Vin, even more than it does us.
    Would still love to see some N7 or YelliSixFiddy action in hardtails though....
    Thanks for the update man!
    You can do that will a yelli/n9.... It's been done. Just saying.

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    Thanks for the update Vin!Can you give us some projected specs on the fs 29er?Geometry,suspension design,travel,weight etc.?Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    Due to production delays, we do not have our samples that we hoped for yet and we'll do a full release after those are in our hands. In the meantime, I will confirm that our long awaited ,160mm Enduro bike is slated for a spring/early summer launch. 27.5”/26” compatible and will feature our new, updated, The One suspension design. Our 29” FS is also in the works with the hopes of a fall/winter 2014 release.

    Thank you all for your patience... I know you're as anxious as we are!

    Cheers,

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    YES! Sounds awesome. Any idea of travel on the 29?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    Due to production delays, we do not have our samples that we hoped for yet and we'll do a full release after those are in our hands. In the meantime, I will confirm that our long awaited ,160mm Enduro bike is slated for a spring/early summer launch. 27.5”/26” compatible and will feature our new, updated, The One suspension design. Our 29” FS is also in the works with the hopes of a fall/winter 2014 release.

    Thank you all for your patience... I know you're as anxious as we are!

    Cheers,

    Vin

    F&$k'n great news! Just the conformation in itself is enough for me at this stage, the timing on the 27.5/26 couldn't be better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jkidd_39 View Post
    You can do that will a yelli/n9.... It's been done. Just saying.
    I know... I know.... Just like it's been done with the SC Nickel that I currently own. Just don't dig trying to make a bike into something that it's not.
    But, thanks for the suggestion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    In the meantime, I will confirm that our long awaited ,160mm Enduro bike is slated for a spring/early summer launch. 27.5”/26” compatible and will feature our new, updated, The One suspension design.
    THIS.
    I was hoping for an earlier (winter) launch, but maybe I'll wait.
    Or maybe I'll find an used The One in the meanwhile...




    (any 2011 XL The One for sale?? or Large??)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastcoaster View Post
    I know... I know.... Just like it's been done with the SC Nickel that I currently own. Just don't dig trying to make a bike into something that it's not.
    But, thanks for the suggestion.
    Totally understand. There is a guy around here that converted to 650b. He loves his. It's more for "gravity-oriented " am riding. It's impressive to see how much faster he can rail a corner with the 650b wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    Due to production delays, we do not have our samples that we hoped for yet and we'll do a full release after those are in our hands. In the meantime, I will confirm that our long awaited ,160mm Enduro bike is slated for a spring/early summer launch. 27.5”/26” compatible and will feature our new, updated, The One suspension design. Our 29” FS is also in the works with the hopes of a fall/winter 2014 release.

    Thank you all for your patience... I know you're as anxious as we are!

    Cheers,

    Vin
    Vin - Thanks for the update. That is exactly what I'm looking for, but I was hoping to get my new ride built up this winter. Can you give any additional details to entice me to wait, i.e. estimated frame weight, head/seat angles, bb height?

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    Does the new 160mm Enduro bike have a name yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    ...I will confirm that our long awaited ,160mm Enduro bike is slated for a spring/early summer launch. 27.5”/26” compatible and will feature our new, updated, The One suspension design. Our 29” FS is also in the works with the hopes of a fall/winter 2014 release.

    Thank you all for your patience...
    thanks for the update Vin!

    since the YS/N9 HTs can be built to handle a wide range of riding, and there's a handful of new 29 FS bikes designed for enduro use, can you compare/contrast the focus for these 2 new bikes?

    i.e., is the 26/27.5 160 enduro designed for burlier terrain compared to the 29 FS? or is the 29 FS more or less equivalent to the new 160 enduro except designed around the 29er platform?

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    Ok Canfield, don't make me purchase this.

    Something similar to the bike I linked to above would be the perfect bike for me and the trails that I ride.
    I only ride bikes to fill the time when I'm not skiing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    In the meantime, I will confirm that our long awaited ,160mm Enduro bike is slated for a spring/early summer launch. 27.5”/26” compatible and will feature our new, updated, The One suspension design.
    Awesome!!
    Can't wait for this.

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    Awesome to hear!!!! At that point I can take my 650 wheels from my 2011 ONE and put them on a PERFECT machine!!! Might as well start buying the parts for the build so when the frame gets released... IT's BUILD TIME!!!!!

    By the way Sean.... my wife is loving the Nimble9... She keeps ribbing me that her Canfield is cooler than mine cuz hers....GLOWS!
    Proud to own some of the best bikes in the industry!!!!
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    2014 Jedi...

    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    HAHAHA! My post was only a week ago! We are waiting on on production PR samples. As we all know, this is the intraweb and nobody likes words without pictures.
    I got the email about then new Jedi and that frame looks sick!

    Any other info? I am looking to get the 2014 One next year I will use that more than a Jedi and I can only afford one bike right now. I have been parting out my 2013 Jedi to get ready for the 2014 line up!

    Thanks in advance, L8

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    Hey Canfield - let's skip this whole 650 business in favor of a fatty! That's my vote.

    KillingtonVT - if that's your real name...why no fatty?! There's lots of snow at Killington. I love the trails out there. We need a Nimble Fat. If not for snow, then for general awesomeness - that's more along the lines of what I was thinking. Suspension forks are popping out of the wood work now. Everyone's coming out with fat bikes with super wide tires and longish wheelbases, which is great (don't get me wrong) but what we need is bike designed for killing it on regular trails that can ALSO be ridden in the snow.

    For Christmas, I would like the following:
    4" tire clearance (5 is cool and all, but I don't need that size for trail riding)
    Short as can be chainstays
    Slack head tube, Designed with a short stem and wide handlebars in mind, suspension corrected for up to 130mm travel


    You guys are awesome, have been a longtime fan of your bikes for a while now. If I hadn't caught this fat bike bug, I would be buying a Nimble 9 for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattgVT View Post
    KillingtonVT - if that's your real name
    No, not my REAL name... but I lived in Killington VT from '97 -2012, before I moved here to Bellingham, WA.

    Fat bikes have grown immensely in popularity, however it's not a project we have on our radar at the moment. Maybe at some point in time.

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    Hows the the 160mm 26er/650b frame coming along?

    It's time to throw the dogs a bone, give us something to gnaw on. If you don't, we might jump the fence and get away!

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    Yes Vin,
    feed us with some info about the new enduro frame.
    if you don't have a production sample to show just post some numbers, some drawings, something!

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    SOON young Jedi's......Soon!!

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    Wow!

    Canfield Brothers! Thank you! Just saw the new Balance and it is sexy as all hell. I saw so many nice lines on the new frame and some other new items as well.

    I have been parting out my 2013 Jedi to get ready for this one.

    Thanks again for the update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by acfsportsfan View Post
    Does the new 160mm Enduro bike have a name yet?
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