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    Commencal 2008 !

    Description:
    - The Furious, Cedric Gracias new Signature Bike comes only 2008 on the market, we has however already today first information over this Bike.
    - Sound Commencal is designt it a reinrassiger Freeride framework, for Northshores and Bikeparks, and naturally Slopestyle Contests.
    - The Bike has the name Furious by the way from Cedrics of new Event agency, the Furious Agency.

    First basic data:
    - Viergelenker with 180mm spring travel.
    - OnePointFive Steuerrohr
    - Opening in the Oberrohr
    - Full concealable saddle bracket
    - More to it after the Eurobike



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    I saw that bike in the Commencal Eurobike clip! But as I dont speak German, I had no idea what the hell it was, apart from the fact that it looked the dogs bo11ox!

    Looks similar in design (frame shape not suspension design) to Coves new freeride rig, Uzzi VPX, Highline...

    I cant believe they're teasing us with 2008 products already!

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    hah wow. 2nd signature bike made for gracia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acdcfan1283
    hah wow. 2nd signature bike made for gracia.
    wat a player
    hes a bike pimp

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    why the opening in the tt? is it for eas of adjustment, or for travel path clearance? and what exactly is meant by "fully concealable saddle bracket"?
    no adjustable headtube like the others?

    looks extremely nice though, I'm digging it!
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    i really liek that frame.before i was like ehh commencal kinda sketchy, but now i know exactly why cedric switched to them
    Looking for a 7.87 x 2.25mm shock, any brand any age that runs well!! cheap would be appreciated!

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    Looking like the Cannondale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    why the opening in the tt? is it for eas of adjustment, or for travel path clearance? and what exactly is meant by "fully concealable saddle bracket"?
    no adjustable headtube like the others?

    looks extremely nice though, I'm digging it!
    Probably means it has a full-lenth uninterrupted seat tube.

    Looks hella sick. I hear that Gracia is a pimp with the ladies too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    why the opening in the tt?
    That's so he can make love to his bike. Yes, his bike now has a vag!na.
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    I'd rather get the trasition Gran Mal. Same bike, half the price and they are American.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samanderson4
    I'd rather get the trasition Gran Mal. Same bike, half the price and they are American.

    hey, great logic! so, you've ridden both to make the comparison and come to the conclusion that they are the same, right? of course you have.
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    Pretty much

    Yeah, that is how I came to my final decision.
    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    hey, great logic! so, you've ridden both to make the comparison and come to the conclusion that they are the same, right? of course you have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samanderson4
    Yeah, that is how I came to my final decision.
    hey, you too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikeSATORI
    why the opening in the tt? is it for eas of adjustment, or for travel path clearance? and what exactly is meant by "fully concealable saddle bracket"?
    no adjustable headtube like the others?

    looks extremely nice though, I'm digging it!

    I would guess the opening in the top tube is for clearance of the piggyback reservoir as it cycles through the travel. Would allow them to keep the standover height low at the same time?

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    006 is right i believe as well as being able to remove the shock easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by 006_007
    I would guess the opening in the top tube is for clearance of the piggyback reservoir as it cycles through the travel. Would allow them to keep the standover height low at the same time?

    yeah, I gotcha, basically what I was assuming. I'd like to check out that fabrication up close...
    I like jbogner's reply though, heheh, nice. But, I don't think Cedric would want to make love to his bike, the way he treats her so rough and beats her down everyonce in a while.
    Schralp it Heavy.

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    yep ....at least it has a rocco.....but it still will have brake jack
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    looks like a nice solid rig. nothing special though.. i'm a bit disappointed in it, but i'm sure it rides really well. like the roco too
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    really looks sick, however i dont like the black chain and seat stays, i think it should be all white

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    Quote Originally Posted by jbogner
    That's so he can make love to his bike. Yes, his bike now has a vag!na.
    new technology is tiight...

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    Wow, that is super clean and super fine!

    Although it's a dead ringer for the highline, but I like the pivot placement of this one better.

    Is Oli Bossard involved with this one? That man's good...

    Anyone know if it will take a front derailler? Looks little tight with that swingarm.

    A shame they had to wreck the pretty lines with that beer can head tube...

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