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    Well...

    Where is it?

    What color will it be?

    What sizing options?

    What BB height?

    I'm going to haunt them...

    Will it have 5.5", 140mm.

    Will it make women want to have sex with me?
    "I thought of that while riding my bike."
    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

    Peace and Long Rides...

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    you could get into all sorts of trouble asking questions like this on some forums!

    are you thinking of some sort of new frame? do you have insider knowledge?
    Mountain Cycle collector,i have 8 of 'em now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MCsanandreas
    do you have insider knowledge?
    It sounds like he’s got a cat in the bag that he cannot let out… But feel free to PM me Eric It's not good for the soul to hold it in

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    Quote Originally Posted by MC9.5
    It sounds like he’s got a cat in the bag that he cannot let out… But feel free to PM me Eric It's not good for the soul to hold it in
    X2

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    I've just bought a fury, DO NOT TELL ME there is a 6" travel all mountain bike in the works.

    If thats the case, then there will be trouble.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammydog
    I've just bought a fury, DO NOT TELL ME there is a 6" travel all mountain bike in the works.

    If thats the case, then there will be trouble.
    X2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar
    Will it make women want to have sex with me?
    Probably not
    shoot me again, I ain't dead yet

    I do not have mountainbikes, I have Mountain Cycles

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    Where is it? Over there, leaning against the wall. What? You can't see it??

    What color will it be? A shade of that.

    What sizing options? Several.

    What BB height? Just right.

    I'm going to haunt them... (won't do any good)

    Will it have 5.5", 140mm. That one.

    Will it make women want to have sex with me? Very, VERY doubtful. But hey, who am I to say it won't. I've seen stranger. Just don't have sex with *it*.
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    ^^^ Lol

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    Hmmmmm...
    "I thought of that while riding my bike."
    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

    Peace and Long Rides...

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    Look what I found while snooping around the internet...

    Hmmmm...If this isn't true, I swear I'll hunt them all down.
    Even if they are deep in the outback...G.

    Hate to say it folk, at this point in time we will not be producing a new San An frame for at least a year. We have re-visited the idea of using the old tooling to make a batch of new SA frames based on the pre DNA chassis but there have been issues bringing it up to our current standards.
    As such we are planning to start work on designing a 100% new, from the ground up SA, within a year.

    Rest assured, it'll blow your mind when it's done.
    "I thought of that while riding my bike."
    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

    Peace and Long Rides...

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    can i have one

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    Where do I sign up to be a testrider
    shoot me again, I ain't dead yet

    I do not have mountainbikes, I have Mountain Cycles

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    On the bit of paper stuck up next to the loo
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    "signed" then washes hands
    day off work today.. as i dont ever work mondays.. off out for a play round town .nothing mad

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    Please be a monoque frame, and not some frame with a bit of hydro forming here and their. Thats the whole heritage of the SA is being the first production monocoque.
    I think you should ask Robert for a hand on designing it. As it was him that created the SA. And i think it would be nice to have him involved to some degree. Maybe make a signiture model to show respect for what Robert, has down for the industry.
    Thats just what i think would be good. But either way. Dont steer away from making it a full monocoque like the original was.
    Josh

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    At this point in time, I don't care if it's monocoque or not.
    The truth is, the industry is more familiar with tubing and forgings.
    Besides, I've had a change of heart after seeing the Fury and Battery in person at Interbike.

    Ooooooo...That would be cool, if I could see a prototype at Interbike this year.
    I doubt it will happen though.

    I know...I'll stake Eric and John out in the desert sun for awhile, until they talk about it!
    "I thought of that while riding my bike."
    Albert Einstein, on the theory of relativity.

    Peace and Long Rides...

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