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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

    I remember a thread here that mentioned the Bros were working on a 120mm travel 29er. Any news on this? Is it realistic that it could be a 2014 model, or is it further out than that?

    I for one would love a 120mm-ish FS bike that handled just like my Yelli.

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    +1, 120-140 travel pls.
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    I'll pre-order as soon as I hear the word.
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    For sure... lets see it.. what secrets are out there!?

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    +1, and I'll raise you. 6lb frame weight with under 17" stays!

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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

    That should be the name!

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    Actually. I heard it from a guy who heard from another guy at the trailhead, who talked to a bike shop owner, who had no affiliation with Canfield Bros whatsoever that the name was going to be "The Big One". It was going to be slack and accept a 140-150 fork. Have a 140mm rear travel. Maxle rear end and 17" stays. Frame weight with shock was 6.5 lbs. unless you opt for the CCDB! Available in LE Chrome, Matte Blk, Raw, and Highlighter Yellow! I already put my deposit down, and have one of my children up for bid on flea bay.
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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

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    That should be the name!
    Yeah, sorry to take all the drama out of the "name the new canfield" contest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by confused View Post
    +1, and I'll raise you. 6lb frame weight with under 17" stays!
    Bingo! Come on Canfield!

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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

    I vote for 120-130 rear travel, 120 or 140 fork, 68-ish head angle, and 17" stays.

    Something like the proto banshee phantom or trans bandit.

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    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. /
    AOK - You are on target here for sure!

    Coach417 - Your response cracked me up last night! HAHA

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    AOK - You are on target here for sure!
    So, just for the slow ones here (that be me), that's a yes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by willembad View Post
    So, just for the slow ones here (that be me), that's a yes?
    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!

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    Thanks, I'm not a customer yet but it sounds like I'm going to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingtonVT View Post
    Coach417 - Your response cracked me up last night! HAHA
    That's what I am here for ...comic relief. Oh yeah, and if you need a prototype tester, sign me up!!!
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    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.
    12mm TA would be a plus too.
    As long as we are wishing for things.

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    Stoked...will start hoarding pennies and nickels now!

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    12mm TA would be a plus too.
    As long as we are wishing for things.

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    If it doesn't take a front der, that would be fine. Short stays are better anyway!

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    Nice! I have a Yelli now but but would love a FS Yelli!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by YRG View Post
    If it doesn't take a front der, that would be fine. Short stays are better anyway!
    Agreed!
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    According to me the perfect "Big One" would have a 27.5" rear wheel, a 29" front wheel, the ONE suspension, 150mm travel front and rear, 66-67° HA, short stays.

    I don't think the new canfield will be like this, but maybe in the future ;-)
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    Any chance of this Yelli Squishy being a 650 with 160mm travel?
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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

    Quote Originally Posted by roxtar View Post
    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!

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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!

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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/ 67º HA or under would be money..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blatant View Post
    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.
    Curious, what do you not like about your Camber EVO?

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    The more I ride my yell the more I realize I want a fs version.It would be a riot!Come on guys!Throw a dog a bone!LOL

    Oh, and I agree that no front der. mount is needed.

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    I don't want to be too negative about the Camber Evo. It's a fine bicycle. I just think the E29 S-Works is such an outstanding rig, playing backup bike is a tough role.

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    Most everything on the market seems steep no?? we talking 36 or pike here HTA
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    Bump. I really hope this bike isn't vaporware! Been riding mybyelli a good bit for a year or so and want to add a full susser to the stable to reduce some of the beating my body takes

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpfitness View Post
    Bump. I really hope this bike isn't vaporware! Been riding mybyelli a good bit for a year or so and want to add a full susser to the stable to reduce some of the beating my body takes
    I have had my Yellli for some time now and have been in the same boat. I got tired of waiting and went with a Kona Process 111. Very similar angles and measurements to the yelli and a 16.9 in chainstay!!! On the first ride, I was faster that the Yelli on nearly every climb and decent, and I wasn't even pushing it. If felt just like my Yelli, but squishy. Sorry Canfield, I mean no disrespect, but I couldn't wait any longer....

    Here is a pic

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    Would love a hint about rear travel,
    So if anyone of the Canfield guys are reading this:
    blink once for sub 120mm, blink twice for 120mm, blink three times for 121mm+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stopbreakindown View Post
    Would love a hint about rear travel,
    So if anyone of the Canfield guys are reading this:
    blink once for sub 120mm, blink twice for 120mm, blink three times for 121mm+
    Three blinks...

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    Re: So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

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    Three blinks...
    I shall start saving now then.

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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

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    Three blinks...
    I have a mental erection. I shall start saving. Can we get a timeline of when we shall see teaser photos??


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    How about some x-mas teaser shots and info!

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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

    Nice lookin' Process there dusty!

    KillVT how about some blinks letting us know if we can expect something in 2015?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AOK View Post
    Nice lookin' Process there dusty!

    KillVT how about some blinks letting us know if we can expect something in 2015?
    Had i known.....

    Oh well! Looks like I will be enjoying the Process this next year and have the new Squishy on the want lisr. .. I am excited to get a sneak peak !
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    Friggin teases. lol

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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

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    Friggin teases. lol
    I dunno... I understand that you are joking, but other than some very vague info that they *might* be working on a FS 29er there has been no tease at all. Especially compared to the endless "spy shots" from many other companies.

    Honestly at this point I will believe a FS 29 Canfield when I see it. We have been begging and they have been winking for what? 2-3 years now? It could very well be that the Bros just have other priorities.






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    I've only been into MTB for about 2 years but I'm stunned at how fast 650b has emerged. I'm kinda wondering if they would even still bother with a fs 29er

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpfitness View Post
    I've only been into MTB for about 2 years but I'm stunned at how fast 650b has emerged. I'm kinda wondering if they would even still bother with a fs 29er
    Some people say 29 for hard tail and 27.5 for full suspension around here.

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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

    Plenty of companies making FS 29ers with newer models coming out each year. So I doubt they are going away. I think the bike industry would love to categorize things as 29 for HT / 650b for FS. Or more likely 29er FS for XC / 650b for anything > 100mm travel. The bike industry always seems to want things divided into neat marketing categories.

    I have not ridden a 650b (no interest in them - I like my 29ers) but I do wonder if we will see in a few years how folks are raving over better geometry & handling on new 650b models compared to what is out there now. Similar to what you are seeing with 29er and particularly 29er FS now. It just takes time to refine things and make them work better. 29er FS bikes have become WAY better in the past year or two and are just hitting their stride from a design / geometry perspective IMO.

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    It's a long wait for this FS 29...
    I'm sure it will be worth the wait,
    but i hope the Bros can release something in a really short time, as I'm getting so tempted to begin a custom 27.5 rear 29 front build of a Banshee Spitfire frame if the Yelli Squishy doesn't show up.

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    AOK: I've owned a bunch of 650b bikes. For me, if I'm being honest, it's a pointless wheel size. It might be incrementally "better" than 26, but I'm tall and really fit on 29ers.

    I think 650b came out of the gate dialed because from a design standpoint, it's really no different than a 26er, and those have had dialed geo for years. The 29er is a big jump in size and it took awhile for designers to figure it out. My opinion is the new drivetrain technologies really allowed 29er engineers to finally build frames that handle like modern riders expect.

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    I refuse to purchase anything until the fully comes out.I hope there is enough space for a 650x3.25.I am confident that the rest of the spec will be just right!

    So how bout some teaser shots guys!

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    So when can I buy my new Yelli Squishy?

    Consider this a blink from KillVT.

    2015 Canfield Brothers Riot
    2015 Canfield Brothers Riot 29er FS

    Dunno about that name though... I would have let you guys use Yelli Squishy ya know.

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