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    any Voodoo Canzo 29 Clydes out there?

    just checking for feedback before i pull the trigger.
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    Given the huge (and very positive) thread on the Canzo in the 29er forum, I've been wondering the same thing. So, if you don't mind, I'm gonna piggyback on your thread...

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    Hey Dog!

    Canzo's doing fine with 230lbs on it.

    TA axle fork makes a loooot of difference too. keeps it straight going through the rocky stuff.

    back still feels stiff coming from a heckler. but the 29 wheels means rolling over and through ruts and stuff that my 26 had trouble going through.

    i assume i can ge the back a little cushier once i break it in and tune it a little more.
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    i'm wanting to buy one... if/when I start working at the LBS it'll be the 1st purchess I make)..
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    Great to hear you're happy with your purchase of the Canzo, cherrybomber! Would love to see a few pics of your set-up when you have the time...

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    I (260 lbs.) started one of the early threads on the Canzo 29er and have been riding one for almost two years now without a single problem. It's a great bike at a great price and the rear end is less flexy than than my RIP9. The black '09 version due out now looks sweet. The Med. Canzo feels smaller than the Med. RIP9 for comparison. A TA fork as mentioned above and a bolt-on rear hub, along with the big 31.6 seatpost is a great set-up for a Clyde.

    Last edited by BWG; 05-25-2009 at 09:30 AM.

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