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    m3 evo2


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    EXTREEEEEME KAYAKING!
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    What??? I thought the M6 was replacing the M3?

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    Nice!

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    That is a special frame JEff made for Matti for Sea Otter, isn't it, he decided not to ride it

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    Dat mah bike, punk!
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    intense should ditch the trendy curves. they do angluar stuff better than anyone.
    every thread needs an uploaded image of one kind or another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misctwo
    intense should ditch the trendy curves. they do angluar stuff better than anyone.
    agreed!

    this curve on the downtube is ugly...

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    disagreed. i like it.

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    Dat mah bike, punk!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orange-Goblin
    disagreed. i like it.

    mkay, still does have a nice sick factor.
    every thread needs an uploaded image of one kind or another.

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    Beside the dropouts, this bike is not bad at all.

    Quote Originally Posted by misctwo
    mkay, still does have a nice sick factor.

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    some beta on the bike

    This is a prototype I have been working on with Matti Lehikoinen as a 8.2" travel, lighter weight race bike, uses 9.5 X 3 shock. We called it the M3 as it was like the M6 little brother and I had some stickers lying around. There are two of these with different geometry , the one in this photo weights in at 37#. The frame was built using parts from other models ( frankenbike) till everything is figured out and then a really clean mono shell will be made.You may see it get raced in the next few weeks although Mnt Sainte Anne is such a perfect coarse for the M6.
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    Now with the replacable dropouts. I am in for a new M3

    Quote Originally Posted by mr intense
    This is a prototype I have been working on with Matti Lehikoinen as a 8.2" travel, lighter weight race bike, uses 9.5 X 3 shock. We called it the M3 as it was like the M6 little brother and I had some stickers lying around. There are two of these with different geometry , the one in this photo weights in at 37#. The frame was built using parts from other models ( frankenbike) till everything is figured out and then a really clean mono shell will be made.You may see it get raced in the next few weeks although Mnt Sainte Anne is such a perfect coarse for the M6.

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    How's the M3 proto here different from a Socom then? Same shock stroke, touch more travel....?

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