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    Commencal MaxMax: An affordable street/DJ bike/BSX

    Commencal MaxMax: An affordable street/DJ bike/BSX

    I just got this in from Max Commencal, they have a new bike for 2007 (2008 will see a smaller 24" wheel version for the kid's), the MaxMax.

    Max Commencal told me he wanted to create a top quality frame and top quality components where necessary, all the while keeping the price low and accessible.
    Same Absolut aluminum frame as the $1599 absolut 1, the frame has:
    - adjustable horizontal and vertical dropouts,
    - tri weld seatube/chainstay/top tube area,
    - hydroformed downtube
    - 4130 blade rigid fork
    - single speed with rear disc hub that will take a cassette
    - Truvativ Ruktion cranks with bashguard
    - Kenda K-rads
    - should retail for about $499usd

    If I had to describe this bike in one word, it would be "Flickable"

    Last edited by sirbikealot; 01-04-2007 at 05:45 PM.
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    Looks good. How much is it gonna be in the US?

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    as Sir posted "- should retail for about $499usd"

    i wouldn't mind pickin up one of these for a play bike... can't wait til it comes out

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    Doh, my bad. That really looks like a fun little ride.

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    P.1 2007 is better

    just put my deposit in for a guarenteed bike
    jea.

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    Dont get too exited about the P.1 yet, ontario-bike. You didint even try it yet, + it doesnt mean you gotta be closed to all other bikes.

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    rigid? ouch!!!
    That lowdown scoundrel deserves to be kicked to death
    by a jackass, and I'm just the one to do it,"
    --A Democratic congressional candidate in Texas.

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    Looks like a fun playbike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ontario_bike
    P.1 2007 is better

    just put my deposit in for a guarenteed bike
    p1s are nice, but not that nice,

    my lbs has started carrying the 24" konas (for kids), and the owner just got a redline 24" for his kid, thoes bikes rule
    Last edited by f0ggy; 01-17-2007 at 09:47 PM.

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    edit: dumb question haha
    Last edited by jasevr4; 01-17-2007 at 08:47 PM.

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    Looks to be a nice piece of equipment. Id go with the 24. Really no need for 26s on the street. I dunno why you said 24 for the "kids" should be 24" version for the people who perfer 24s. Well the whole sport of biking is for big kids so maybe it should just say a bike for kids. OK im done with the early morning ramble.

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