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    clif cat bikes?

    I have a new bike so im not looking for a new one just yet but im wondering if any one knows about clif cat bikes. the new dh rig looks really nice also i could not find a msrp for it. any info on it would be nice. I just did my 1st dh race on my new big hit and it was ok but i would like to get a a pure dh rig for next year. any info would be nice,
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    one more pic
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    here are two more pics
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    Clifcat definitely makes some nice frames that ride real smooth. No idea on prices though.

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    wow that thing is sweet, color is bada$$...
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    wird frames for sure


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    Hadesbikes.com sells Clifcat bikes. That particiular one you posted is called the
    Solution DH. The Frame goes for $2400 CAD. Here are the specs.

    Specs:

    Rearwheel travel 9" (228mm)
    Headtube angle [w/8" fork] 66 Deg
    Toptube length 23.5"
    Bottom Bracket Height 14.75"
    Bottom Bracket Width 73mm
    Chainstay Lenght 16.75"
    Headtube Type 1.5" Standard
    Rear axle 12/150mm
    Shock 9.5" x 3"
    Seat post 31.6mm
    Seat post collar 34.9 mm
    24" Tire clearance 3.0"
    26" Tire clearance 2.7"
    Pivot use full compliment needle bearings!

    Colors: White, Black, Red, Blue, Orange, Yellow, Green, Grey, Brown, Flat Black, Or CUSTOM PAINTED.

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    Is it me or is that just an overcomplicated single pivot?

    Bueller.......Bueller.........Bueller??????

    Atleast they're not running their crazy 100mm BB on that one.

    I'd like to get my hands on one of their older Tankass' though, the aluminum ones. Just the looks of it makes me all tingly in the right places.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mxrider489
    Hadesbikes.com sells Clifcat bikes. That particiular one you posted is called the
    Solution DH. The Frame goes for $2400 CAD. Here are the specs.

    Specs:

    Rearwheel travel 9" (228mm)
    Headtube angle [w/8" fork] 66 Deg
    Toptube length 23.5"
    Bottom Bracket Height 14.75"
    Bottom Bracket Width 73mm
    Chainstay Lenght 16.75"
    Headtube Type 1.5" Standard
    Rear axle 12/150mm
    Shock 9.5" x 3"
    Seat post 31.6mm
    Seat post collar 34.9 mm
    24" Tire clearance 3.0"
    26" Tire clearance 2.7"
    Pivot use full compliment needle bearings!

    Colors: White, Black, Red, Blue, Orange, Yellow, Green, Grey, Brown, Flat Black, Or CUSTOM PAINTED.
    thanks for the info
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    Quote Originally Posted by FISHLEG
    Is it me or is that just an overcomplicated single pivot?

    Bueller.......Bueller.........Bueller??????
    not overcomplicated...

    it falls into the same class as BMW Linkbike, PDC Racings DHone, my bike, Balfa BB7 (except with shock linkage), Treks Diesel and Session10.....basically a high single pivot with the required modified chainline, an linkage driven shock. These designs (when done right) pedal really firmely with no feedback and have a rearward axle path for good bump compliance. PDC likes to call it a Modified Single Pivot, and it sorta mimics what 4bars do for pedalling but with a full rearward axle path.
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    no doubt you must have majored in english or something rad!!!

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    Thread moved to the new "Custom DH/FR/Urban Builders" board.

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    that is an awewome frame. definately sweet.

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