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    2015 Intense Cycles

    What do you think about news bikes, upgrades about Intense Cycles for the next season?
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    2015 Intense Cycles

    Nothing to see here.
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    Dude, got any schwag?
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    I'm as curious about new product at Intense as the next guy, but this thread has the potential to release trade secrets to their competition and be an over all buzz-kill. If you are shown something in confidence, honor the gesture and keep it to yourself or among close friends.

    Not trying to be a d!ck, but had to express my opinion on this. Glad you had a good time at Palooza! I swear I'm going next year! (My pesky life keeps getting in the way)
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    2015 is going to be awesome for Intense. Can't wait to show everyone what we've been working on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    2015 is going to be awesome for Intense. Can't wait to show everyone what we've been working on!
    Well hurry up! I'm about to buy another bike & I'd much rather stick with Intense!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam-IntenseCustServ View Post
    2015 is going to be awesome for Intense. Can't wait to show everyone what we've been working on!
    Hopefully there is something new in aluminum and 26" coming.
    Lighter Uzzi or more aggressive Tracer kinda bike.

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    I agree with iRider, more aluminum frames please. 4" - 5" endurance 29er for me.
    And NO Press Fit bottom bracket!!!

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    Yup more alloy please!

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    Why do you guys want aluminum frames? Because they US made or is there another reason?

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    As far as I'm concerned it's because I am old school, I've owned quite a few Intense bikes over the years and think alloy is quintessentially Intense. I also prefer the aesthetics of the alloy frames over their carbon ones, I just think they are made better but that's just my opinion. I do prefer metal to carbon bikes in general, despite owning a pretty high end carbon bike (which I also love I'll add!).

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    Guys, I don't think we'll see much in 26" from Intense. Aren't they one of the first to push 27.5 and the first to produce a 27.5 DH bike?
    -2000 Giant DH Team
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    For me, because is US made, custom paint available, the welders are so sexy and Intense Cycles is a great aluminum brand!

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    2015 Intense Cycles

    RTW will be so pleased you think he's so sexy!! 😉😄

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just J View Post
    RTW will be so pleased you think he's so sexy!! 
    Hahahahaha! Sure!

    Weldings, weldings, weldings.........so sexy!

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    I just want to be able to buy something in Flo Green. If I could get a T275 with some Flo Green on it I would lose my mind!

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    T275 in flo orange for me!
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    made in usa counts for a lot. bikes in the area between "enduro"/"trail"/"AM" count for a lot. 26" wheels are an added plus. that being said, as have posted for almost two years now, make my uzzi crabon if you want, just keep the travel loooong and keep it adjustable and you can take my money when i break my current one.

    dang. guess i won't be getting a new uzzi anytime soon.

    THANKS RTW FOR BUILDING SOME SOLID CHIT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdiff View Post
    Why do you guys want aluminum frames? Because they US made or is there another reason?
    Show me how to polish scratches out of a carbon frame and I am all for it.
    And I want something that has soul and represents what Intense is (was?) all about. Bikes produced by cool people in the same country that the headquarter of the company is located in.

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    26 wheeled bikes are out guys - no one is going to make one other than a DH bike. I have a feeling it will come back at some point, but for now, a company would be stupid to spend a penny on R&D on one. Intense could keep the Uzzi around, the 2012 bike is pretty good. As far as "made in the USA" no one makes Carbon in the US except for a very few companies making very expensive frames (like Parlee) However, Intense makes all the hardware and assembles in the US. The company has come a long way from just selling frames. Very proud to be an owner of many Intenses.

    I miss the great tires they used to make!
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    Or they make frames built for 275 but have replaceable dropouts for those who insist on running 26". As much as carbon is all the hype right now, I still like the idea of an aluminum frame being made in the USA.
    -2000 Giant DH Team
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    Quote Originally Posted by orastreet View Post
    26 wheeled bikes are out guys - no one is going to make one other than a DH bike.
    Then nobody gets my money.
    Luckily there are so many fashion victims that drop their 26" stuff, so it is used bikes from now.

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    I miss the great tires they used to make!
    Have you seen Vee tires? Some look suspiciously like Intense profiles.
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    Im not an american but have owned a Turner and Intense which are both handmade in the US. I just want to own a pretty robust/sophisticated alloy frame and I think the welds of Intense is pretty damn gooood! Yes carbon looks sexy but alloy frames for me is more masculine. Its like the Hummer 1 vs. hummer 2. Where the Hummer2 goes to the mall while the Hummer 1 goes to WAR!

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    A Fatbike !

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    How about a Spider Comp in 29+!!!
    If you make something idiot proof, someone will make a better idiot !

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    2015 Intense Cycles

    Speaking of the Spider 29 Comp, I'd love to see some new paint and graphics. Get rid of the big "29" logo.

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