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    Eurobike Evolve carbon

    I want one fast!!!!!
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    Me want one!!!

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    I like it!
    Best Source for Ellsworth Devinci and Ventana!
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    Showroom date?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokoAzuela View Post
    Showroom date?
    I should have that info sometime next week! Including the price.
    Best Source for Ellsworth Devinci and Ventana!
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    I had a little chat with Tony and shot this (amongst others) picture. Enjoy!



    Check for more Eurobike news on Velozine (sorry for the Dutch text).

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    According to Bikerumor, no XL. Probably better anyway- they also said it was $3000 for the frame! And the rear is alloy!

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    Well the seatstays are alloy, but the chainstays are clearly carbon. Looks pretty good though. Does it have a 27.2 seatpost?
    Live fast, Die young, Leave a good looking corpse!

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    It's the other way around. The chainstays are alu because that proved to be lighter and stiffer the carbon and you don't need to deal with chainsuck that much. According to Tony.
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    Bah, that is what I meant, got the words turned around in my head somehow.
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    Dammmn sexy.

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    Some more pictures from the Eurobike.












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    wow cool to see the only austin ellsworth dealer posting on mtbr!!! Gotta bring my rig over soon and get that rear carbon 142 seat stay from ya!
    2012 Ellsworth Evolution
    x9 type 2, x0 cranks,
    fox 34 talas140mm with CC angleset -1.5

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    Availability looks to be the end of October.
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    That soon!! really?

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    Mother of god, that's gorgeous!
    I know that shouldn't be the sole factor of judgement, but wow.

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