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    What?!?!?!?!!?

    If jackasses could fly this place would be an airport.

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    Warden? Knollfest?
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    Too much Endo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er View Post
    Warden? Knollfest?
    Warden - No

    Knollfest - Yes

    Honestly, the Endo has been just about perfect for me and the riding around here. I haven't been riding the Chili enough. I would also like to get the wife on a new bike this fall, so this will hopefully free up some funds.

    I'm going back to one bike for now. I am sure it will change over the year but for right now I am really happy with the Endo.

    Anybody else riding an Endo at Knollfest?

    TG

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    Wow. Killer deal. You can almost see why turner gave up on the 160mm category. There are a bunch of used chilis on the market now that the new endo is out. Seems a well designed 140mm frame is really all a large segment of the market needs as a full sus option. I fall into that category as well. If I had the funds and didn't mind taking the financial hit I'd probably drop down to an endo as well

    But for one fs bike the chili is good as it can be built light and have a second set of wheels for big days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qbert2000 View Post
    Wow. Killer deal. You can almost see why turner gave up on the 160mm category. There are a bunch of used chilis on the market now that the new endo is out. Seems a well designed 140mm frame is really all a large segment of the market needs as a full sus option. I fall into that category as well. If I had the funds and didn't mind taking the financial hit I'd probably drop down to an endo as well

    But for one fs bike the chili is good as it can be built light and have a second set of wheels for big days.
    Interesting thought, the Endo, Chili, and Warden would all make great one bike solutions. Any more thoughts on coming to Knollfest? You could hop on my Endo if you do (size medium)
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    Quote Originally Posted by G-AIR View Post
    Warden - No

    Knollfest - Yes

    Honestly, the Endo has been just about perfect for me and the riding around here. I haven't been riding the Chili enough. I would also like to get the wife on a new bike this fall, so this will hopefully free up some funds.

    I'm going back to one bike for now. I am sure it will change over the year but for right now I am really happy with the Endo.

    Anybody else riding an Endo at Knollfest?

    TG
    Sweet, I was hoping you could make it. I suspect the overriding majority of bikes will be Chilis. For the riding we will be doing, the Chili is a better choice IMO, except Sedona, where I prefer the Endo. I gotta find the trail "Sickboy", sounds like it might be right up our alley
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    Idea!

    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er View Post
    Interesting thought, the Endo, Chili, and Warden would all make great one bike solutions. Any more thoughts on coming to Knollfest? You could hop on my Endo if you do (size medium)
    Definitely want to come. Stuff happening at work over the next bit so it will be last minute if I can make it. I'd love to try an endo but at 6' even think I'd need a large to give it an honest trial. Thanks for the offer.

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    Might want to put it on PB as well. I got no hits on this site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by qbert2000 View Post
    Definitely want to come. Stuff happening at work over the next bit so it will be last minute if I can make it. I'd love to try an endo but at 6' even think I'd need a large to give it an honest trial. Thanks for the offer.
    I'm riding a large so there should be at least one there n

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    Nice and sweet... but no money now... good luck with the sale...

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    Def put it on Pinkbike, it's free, you can post as many pics as you want, and in really high resolution. I typically end up selling most of my stuff through there, rather than here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiSS'er View Post
    I gotta find the trail "Sickboy", sounds like it might be right up our alley
    Sickboy is a short variation off of the Hogs. There is a steep, committing drop-in and then it opens up as it heads back towards the drainage. I can point you to where it starts if you like.

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    It's pretty unlikely that I will make it out there this Winter. My wife is due in three weeks and I suspect I'll be sticking to local riding until next Summer. I'll live vicariously through your pictures!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nybike1971 View Post
    My wife is due in three weeks and I suspect I'll be sticking to local riding until next Summer
    Congrats Luca!
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    Congrats Luca!
    Thank you, Rory!

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    Just passed this on to my buddy. He just cracked his frame this week. Not sure if its what he is looking for but I told him its a killer deal.
    I'm here for the downhill

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    Thanks for all the comments guys. It's on Pinkbike as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-AIR View Post
    Thanks for all the comments guys. It's on Pinkbike as well.
    Hey G. How are the inquiries going on this sale? I have had mine on PB, here, and Ebay without much luck....I don't know if Small is an odd/unpopular size or if the resale of these Chilcos are not that good. I see a lot on PB not moving.... Good luck. Your bike looks like it is in incredible shape and well taken care of. Just curious as I am a little frustrated in my sell attempt.

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    I wonder if it has something to do with it being the end of the season for many?
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    Quote Originally Posted by qbert2000 View Post
    Wow. Killer deal. You can almost see why turner gave up on the 160mm category. There are a bunch of used chilis on the market now that the new endo is out. Seems a well designed 140mm frame is really all a large segment of the market needs as a full sus option. I fall into that category as well. If I had the funds and didn't mind taking the financial hit I'd probably drop down to an endo as well

    But for one fs bike the chili is good as it can be built light and have a second set of wheels for big days.
    ^ this. Well said Qbert. I think I fall in your category. Purely assumption, but i foresee the Chilco going away if this Warden kicks in the sales. Like you said in discussion, market driven industry. Whatever the case, I hope Noel does well with it.

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    Ug, I really want this bike. No money to spend though. GLWS

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    Thanks for all the feedback guys. Frame sold and is heading back north to its indigenous terrain in BC. It was hard to let go but it sounds like she is headed to a good home.

    If anybody is interested in some avalanche suspension bits let me know.

    Thanks again,
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    You still have the Avy shock? What are the specs that it is dialed in for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big B View Post
    You still have the Avy shock? What are the specs that it is dialed in for?
    I do. It is a converted DHX. I was 185 when I ordered it. I have a 450 and 500 lb spring for it. I run the 450. Craig tuned it for general riding with an emphasis on the dH. It also has his special bottom out bumper.

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