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    Good job! Commençal Owners Club

    Me, first founding member



    Balboa Park, Florida Canyon. Newbie, begginer ride.
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    Bella, con besos de Francia
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    haha, I guess I'll join

    No pics but i have an '06 commencal meta 5 with...

    '07 marzocchi xc 700 sl
    thomson elite x4 70mm
    fsa xtreme pro headset
    fsa xc-190 handlebars
    sram x.0 twist shifters
    hayes hfx-9
    leader carbon post
    wtb rocket v stealth ti saddle
    fsa xc-300 wheelset
    fsa afterburner isis
    fsa megaquad ti
    xt front d
    x9 rear d

    yup.

    I love your '07 meta 4. dead sexy.

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    Lets bring the pics fetchface

    Took me a while but it's finally tuned, pumped and adjusted
    This machine loves speed, the faster you go, the more control and stability you get.



    Lots'a coyotes at the Grasslands of Mission Gorge www.mtrp.org AAAhuuuuuuuh!!!!

    Sorry for the quality of the pictures, but my Sony T1 stopped working
    So you get crappy Motorola Pebl VGA pictures instead

    Vive La Différence!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fetchface
    haha, I guess I'll join

    No pics but i have an '06 commencal meta 5 with...

    '07 marzocchi xc 700 sl
    thomson elite x4 70mm
    fsa xtreme pro headset
    fsa xc-190 handlebars
    sram x.0 twist shifters
    hayes hfx-9
    leader carbon post
    wtb rocket v stealth ti saddle
    fsa xc-300 wheelset
    fsa afterburner isis
    fsa megaquad ti
    xt front d
    x9 rear d
    I've got a 06 Meta 5 with Marz XC700's on its way to me at the moment. How are you finding the combination??

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    I have a Commencal Combi Disc, Hardtail! I take the pain Its great, Light and as you guys said the faster you go the more traction, they do love speed.
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    Exquisite "Je ne sais quoi"

    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6
    I have a Commencal Combi Disc, Hardtail! I take the pain Its great, Light and as you guys said the faster you go the more traction, they do love speed.


    I'm gonna try a Thudbuster ST on a Combi VB next week. I'll come back to share the experience.
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    Hey thats my bike I dont know I chose the hard tail because I'd rather have light than a rear shock, My logic might be off a tad but hey. Its a great bike! For me atleast I like not having rear suspension, I like the feeling of diging into a corner. The bike being a hardtail isnt a problem at all. The from suspension isnt the best but it soaks up the little stuff really really well. I've never thought about a Thudbuster and probably never will
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    Enjoy

    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6
    I've never thought about a Thudbuster and probably never will
    Just be patient and wait until you hit your thirties, then we'll talk
    Nice ride man, good upgrade those pedals, I see the wellgos with the reflective thingy as complimentary pedals.
    I agree, its not the best but the Suntour XCR LO 100mm does the job, I used to have an XCT which is the very entry level and it was just like an old matress http://www.mtbr.com/reviews/2006_fro...t_127386.shtml Seems to me like a later in life possible upgrade...
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    I dont agree with those reviews. My forks are like butter, the smooth everything out just dandily. And there has been no knob stukage. I <3 them
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    I agree. My XCR is also top notch. But my XCT while it held together, still squeaks

    Some Commencal links I fished:

    How familiar are you with the Commencal range?
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    yup :P so does mine. I just wanted to let you guys know I dont know what I would do without my Commencal ah ha no really!
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    Cool-blue Rhythm Beauty

    Insanely beautiful.
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    Are you comparing the dancer to the car and the bike to the car? just kidding
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    I'm In!

    I just recently bought an 06 5.2 and am amazed every time I take it out. I was leaning toward a Heckler but my buddy at the shop (which sells Santa Cruz) let me ride his 5.2 and I was sold.

    Ride On!!

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    Hope Having fun has a price...

    Cleaning this mess
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    My Borneo TrailHunter Meta 5

    This is my riding rig for the Borneo Rain Forrest.

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    Frame: 2006 Commencal Meta 5 VIP (m)
    Fork: Fox 36 Talas R
    Wheel Set: 2.35" Kenda Nevegal DTC on DT Swiss EX5.1d with DT Swiss Competition Spokes
    Draintrain: X.O. grip shift with x.9 rear d and xtr front d
    Crank: Truvativ Stylo with E-Thirteen BashGuard
    Handle bar: Ritchey WCS Low Rizer 660mm
    Stem: Specialised 65mm 5 deg. rise
    Seat Post: Bontrager X lite Carbon
    Saddle: Fizik Pave
    Break: Avid Juicy 7 with 185mm front rotor and 160mm rerar rotor

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    After a job well done...

    A short break and a well deserved rest




    A Zefal water bottle for the ride (but of course) and my old and trusted Rocket V
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    My ride

    Hello everyone,
    Got another ride in before Winter sets in here. It was 8 C (46F) in Montreal today. Great weather for the end of November. Here are some pics of my ride. Not the best (had my head cut off, guess my gf doesn't like me much)!
    I have a stock Meta 5.2 and am having a blast. Hope everyone else enjoys their Commencal's as much as I do.
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    Yeah I just got back from San Diego... that wa sooo much fun, but now my bike is covered in red sand and dust... and Im going riding tomarow. And I just thought I would let you guys know that when 20+ horses gallop by you its scarry
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    Good job! Neat Garage

    I still got that red dust from Cali in my bike. Six thousand miles away under friday's puertorican mud
    Worry not. It will be cleaned right after this message. My chain really needs to be cleaned thouroughly

    Share a pic from S.D. America's finest city

    The only thing I remember about horses, is that everyone has to yield to them cuz if not they get quite pissed



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    Thats preaty sweet. Why are there no disc brakes???? Hows that thud buster working out?
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    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6
    Thats preaty sweet. Why are there no disc brakes????
    Mmm... good question... I guess I wasn't as sneaky as you during negotiations

    That's my g/f's bike with a Terry seat and the Thudbuster I told you about. It's mainly for comfort, trails, and parks. I doubt it will see too much hardcore stuff in its lifetime. I shipped the fork separately from the mainland and it was scratched beyond recognition, looks good with some new paint on*, still I'm thinking about a '06 Marzocchi fork for the bling now that they are on closeout in e-shops. I'll need to work on my sneakyness to get a good deal.

    Cheers.



    *The Normal has the scratched fork on.
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    Pics from last ride.

    Sorry about the size but I didnt want to resize them
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    Its alot higher than it looks, and my friend took the picture late
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    There was a puddle we jumped over, well its more than a puddle, its a 3 foot deep hole filled with water.
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    20 mins after these pictures were takin there was a downpoor and we all got soaked... It didnt help that it was 37F out side, But it doesnt matter we ride all year round ( but we help with trail clean up )
    Don't you guys love the old "vintage" mt.dew jersey I do!!!
    That wasnt San Diego... I didnt get any pictures, but I did get some cactus thorns in the head! Wiped out on a sweet single track and boom head shot, 5 or 6 monsterous thorns in the head. Had to be drivin out by the rangers on an ATV. The doctors said the thorns where up againts my skull. Preaty sweet eh?
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    we always love and welcome Commencal riders at our team sponsors site www.dropmachine.com, between the 8 of us on the team we have every aspect of cycling covered from XC/DH/4X/Street/cyclocross/road etc
    we'd love to help answer any questions on the forums

    heres a couple pics





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    Wink

    Drop by

    Meta 4. Peace, Love and Singletrack
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    NOT North America - North Britain :-)

    Finally, finally, finally - got my new Meta 5 out for a ride. In work a bit early today, so skipped off at lunchtime for a wee blast around some local trails.

    What I've learnt so far:

    Stepping up a frame size from my old FSR 120 has worked. I definitely don't feel so cramped. (I still don't understand this propensity for using a bike that's too small and trying to make it fit with huge seatposts, stems etc.)

    Climbs really well - as reported. Dunno how (back end looks uncomplicated) but great traction over rooty climbs where my FSR would be skipping about a bit. Front end wasn't wandering about either - despite climbing on max travel setting.

    Some tweaking of bars needed - probably less rise.


    XT brakes really are better than LX. I debated this when I was speccing it and I'm glad I went XT. Seems to be bother better feel and better stopping. I'm too stoopid to work out why.

    Marzocchi XC700s are gonna take some bedding in.

    Cinders seem to be a lot faster rolling than Fire XCs.

    Gotta get used to that weird 2-gear downshift thing.


    Hope hubs make a lot of noise


    Whole plot seems a lot more stable, induces more confidence and makes me feel I can go faster. Here's hoping it stays like that!



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    Good job! Commençal Owners Club

    Commençal Owners Club

    Sorry druidh. Me bad.
    I did try to fix it. But MTBR kept it as Northamerica
    If it is any consolation, I am not in northamerica either

    Dunno about you, but the Meta does seat you a bit behind to assume a more relaxed racing position and balance the center of gravity in your favor for our riding style
    Some like it, some love it, some have never tried it
    Your shifters and levers' angle may be cuz neither the stem nor the bar rise has given me any problems. But all that tweaking is so personal. I spent over a week trying to get the seat just right and ended up replacing it with my Rocket V. Even now I still climb, ride and stop to fine tune it

    Traction while climbing and confidence going faster.

    skipped off at lunchtime for a wee blast around some local trails
    That's my line

    Great build. Enjoy.
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    That is an awsome picture!! My new backround
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    Cool-blue Rhythm 2007 Meta 4 Numero 2

    She is quite photogenic
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    Some of my local trails. . http://www.scotroutes.com/images/Bikes/Pentlands.kmz

    (You need Google Earth to view it.)

    These are the hills accessible direct from my house. I'm still exploring and adding new tracks to the GE file.

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    Can I join

    Not many of these down here in New Zealand, Supreme 6.30 upgraded with a rockshock Lyric 2-step fork, avid code 4 pot brakes, husselfelt cranks with howitzer bb with external bearings, atom lab sealed bearing hubs with mavic 521 rims and a set of kenda nevagals. Just finished it this morning and can't wait to hit the trails with it. Also a big factor in buying this bike was meeting Cedric Gracia when he was here in NZ for the worlds, great guy and seemed very down to earth. Will post some action pics up as they come to hand.


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    wow... thats b e a u tiful
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    Good job!

    But of course!!! Welcome!!! Beautiful machine!!!

    I saw this one on the net, kindda nice for the discipline.


    But I stay true to my Meta 4
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    finally decided to take a pic of my bike.


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    Lunchtime


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    Thats a nice triple suspension bike you got there wennie

    Just kidding
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    gravity dropper you turd slinging fart knocker. weenie brain.

    any way, druidh, sorry i never posted back, how do you like your xc700? i freakin love mine. most excellent. where'd you take that pic btw?

    Quote Originally Posted by motormonkeyr6
    Thats a nice triple suspension bike you got there wennie

    Just kidding

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    Flamé

    Has anyone read a review, heard anything about it or test-ridden one ?

    Anyone knows why Commencal is not pursuing XC this comming year ?

    I wanna know !!!

    Sorry, I have an anxiety dissorder


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    Quote Originally Posted by fetchface
    gravity dropper you turd slinging fart knocker. weenie brain.

    any way, druidh, sorry i never posted back, how do you like your xc700? i freakin love mine. most excellent. where'd you take that pic btw?
    Hi - yep, XC700s are just starting to bed in a bit. I was a bit concerned at first that I wasn't getting all the travel from them - perhaps too much oil? (Marz have a reputation for this), but I think it just takes a while until they are fully ready. Only downside is the 3D lettering which looks like it might peel off after a decent winter!!

    Pic is taken about 3km from my house. That's the Pentland Hills just South of Edinburgh (Scotland!). One of the great things about working at home occasionally is the opportunity for a nice ride at lunchtime. It's been pretty wet and windy here for the last couple of weeks, but this turned out to be completely calm and dry (apart from the trails!).

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    Quote Originally Posted by druidh
    Hi - yep, XC700s are just starting to bed in a bit. I was a bit concerned at first that I wasn't getting all the travel from them - perhaps too much oil? (Marz have a reputation for this), but I think it just takes a while until they are fully ready. Only downside is the 3D lettering which looks like it might peel off after a decent winter!!

    Pic is taken about 3km from my house. That's the Pentland Hills just South of Edinburgh (Scotland!). One of the great things about working at home occasionally is the opportunity for a nice ride at lunchtime. It's been pretty wet and windy here for the last couple of weeks, but this turned out to be completely calm and dry (apart from the trails!).
    I've been working very hard at breaking in my XC700s (bumpging around all over southern utah). Overall, I'm very happy with them. The adjustments make them very versatile for all the different crap I'm riding. And before I put them on, I weighed them on the scale at 3.6 lbs, which is quite impressive. It's too bad that they're so pretty.

    Hooray for Marzocchi and Commencal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fetchface
    gravity dropper you turd slinging fart knocker. weenie brain.
    Now now, be nice and behave... sorry I can not play this game... I get pissed and insults come out in spanish only... like Ricky Ricardo

    Bloody weekend.


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    Over the weekend I went riding, Right after the heaviest rain of the season so far. I got stuck in the mud with my two friends. The mud was so thick, and I was riding on my Kenda Karma tires (lets just say they done shed mud) and going back down the hill was a bad experiance multiple crashes. Then I had the joyful experiance of doing a two hour cleaning session!
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    For those difficult days... buy this one and have it as a spare



    I love my bike, and it gets muddy, but I see it as washing my cat. Not fun. The worst part is when I clean it up neatly and find a new scratch, or worst, a chip!!! It takes a lot of courage to wash the bike

    But it needs it to stay healthy and keep me happy. O.K. Too much preaching... I'll remove the weeken' blood stains tomorrow

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    Wink Look Ma. No discs.

    Notice anything different?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arbuz
    Notice anything different?

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    New fork? its forsale?! O NO good bye commencal....
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    Nah, Its not for sale. Someone left the sign next to my truck and I took the picture for fun

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    I was about to say! scared me!
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    sorry so soon

    i'm afraid that i've got to bow out of our little club so soon. gotta sell the bike.

    so... if anyone else is interested in joining, i thought i'd put a notice on here first. '06 Commencal Meta 5.30 frame for $750 O.B.O.


    sorry.

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    noooooo... why are you selling
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