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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

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    Any chance of this Yelli Squishy being a 650 with 160mm travel?
    Of course. The yelli screamy can run 650b wheels. I will be building one in 650 trim next spring for my significant other.

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    I know it can be done on a Screamy but a 12" BB sounds scary with 5-6" of travel through rough stuff.
    I'm picturing the crank arm pole vaulting you up and over.
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    And how about pivots around the BB so that the chainstay length does not change and it can be run SS...

    Keep it 29!
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    This is why it is so hard for a small bike maker. I want 5 or maybe 6 inch, sub 17 in stays (short as possible and can scrap front derailleur if necessary), 74 degree seat angle, 66 degree head angle around a lyric type fork in 160 and low as reasonable bb height. Oh and the kicker, I want 26 inch wheels still...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aenema View Post
    This is why it is so hard for a small bike maker. I want 5 or maybe 6 inch, sub 17 in stays (short as possible and can scrap front derailleur if necessary), 74 degree seat angle, 66 degree head angle around a lyric type fork in 160 and low as reasonable bb height.
    Exactly.
    Oh yea, add in a 26lb build that goes up like a mountain goat and goes down like a fat girl.
    It's not like we're asking for much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dfrazm View Post
    And how about pivots around the BB so that the chainstay length does not change and it can be run SS...

    Keep it 29!
    Please don't do that. There are better ways to keep CS short that won't destroy pedaling performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YRG View Post
    Please don't do that. There are better ways to keep CS short that won't destroy pedaling performance.
    We are parallel link suspension company...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aenema View Post
    This is why it is so hard for a small bike maker. I want 5 or maybe 6 inch, sub 17 in stays (short as possible and can scrap front derailleur if necessary), 74 degree seat angle, 66 degree head angle around a lyric type fork in 160 and low as reasonable bb height. Oh and the kicker, I want 26 inch wheels still...
    Yup... Not the same bike as the 29er FS being talked about here, but what you are referring to will be our first trail bike to be released next year. 650b/26" compatible. That's all I can say for now... I have more info as we get closer!
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    Very cool. I wasn't sure which format you were basing your Enduro racer on.
    A 29er Yelli FS or more of a lightened up One.
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    Duh, I should think before I open my mouth.

    Tough to do a BB pivot with parallel links...
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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    Yup... Not the same bike as the 29er FS being talked about here, but what you are referring to will be our first trail bike to be released next year. 650b/26" compatible. That's all I can say for now... I have more info as we get closer!
    Can not wait!

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    So that's 2 new bikes to be on the look out for (unless I'm confused...), nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rob1035 View Post


    So that's 2 new bikes to be on the look out for (unless I'm confused...), nice!
    Maybe... more??? HAHAHA. With Sean and I on board, it's given the Bro's a lot more time to focus on products. We have a lot of projects in the works and hope to have many of them going for 2014. The unfortunate part is, it just takes time to go from concept to having a finished product. We are just very excited about having a well rounded line in the future!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    We are just very excited about having a well rounded line in the future!

    Vin
    So are your future reps
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    I am a Clyde who writes excellent reviews and also an engineer with a fair amount of testing experience. Count me in for beta testing!

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    As a yelli owner this sounds great.......but can you guys sort out your distribution to the UK before you release it. As it currently stands a new yelli would cost about $1200 over here so any suspension bike is going to be cost prohibitive i guess.

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    OH, I'm going to go ahead and start having dreams about how fun this 29er FS will be!!! Time to start a Canfield FS savings jar, well besides the tattoo jar, and the......


    Quote Originally Posted by AOK View Post
    I vote for 120-130 rear travel, 120 or 140 fork, 68-ish head angle, and 17" stays.

    Something like the proto banshee phantom
    +1 and I agree on the short stays over a need for a FD mount.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    I really can't say much yet besides the bike is in the works and it will have our Canfield Brothers 29er geo. And YES, we have a few extra tricks up our sleeves. We all would love to release this bike now, but things just take time. As always, as soon as we have more accurate information, I will be sure to fill you guys in on it. At the end of the day we are just stoked that our customers are as passionate about our bikes as we are!
    Its been a year, lets hear an update!!!
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    After thoroughly enjoying the ride my 2013 N9 delivers, the only FS bike I could ever buy would be this one! Can't wait to hear more news about it!
    Can you hear me now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycljunkie View Post
    After thoroughly enjoying the ride my 2013 N9 delivers, the only FS bike I could ever buy would be this one! Can't wait to hear more news about it!
    I am with you on this after ripping on my Yelli!Would love same geometry and stays.I wouldn't complain if they were shorter.130-150mm travel would work also.Perfect combo for me especially with there top notch customer service!
    Would like to see them beat the 16.7 stays of the new Lenz punk ass.

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    Canfield full suspension desire for me: 29-inch wheels, 110-130(ish) travel range, very short chain stays, no front der. is OK, 73-74 seat angle, 66-67(ish) head angle. Please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blatant View Post
    Canfield full suspension desire for me: 29-inch wheels, 110-130(ish) travel range, very short chain stays, no front der. is OK, 73-74 seat angle, 66-67(ish) head angle. Please?
    I'm right there with you...

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    Come one Canfield, throw us a bone or something!!!
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    Yeah, I'll be in the market for a shorter-travel stable-mate for my E29. Right now running a custom Camber Evo and am not in love with it.

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    Hmm, a not too slack seat tube angle on something w/ 67 HA or under would be money..

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