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    2014 Enduro Expert Evo

    Ordered Monday and got it today. Here she is, at 34.3 lbs (size medium) with no reflectors, set up tubeless, Spank flats, RF crank boots and Garmin gps stock mount
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    2014 Enduro Expert Evo

    Very nice!

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    If I had enough money I would buy one of these. They have to be the most fun bike on he market. Killer suspension, so low and slack. Badass.

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    Haha, yeah it is a beast. I really love riding it and yet very different from my '12. Yeah it is low but I pedal strike friggin everything which is annoying as hell. I'll get use to it I suppose. The smaller size is very playful, especially coming from a large '12 which seemed pretty big for me when I first got it. Anyway, it is a blast so far.
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    & that is the EXACT bike I'm saving for. Looking to buy one in 2015.

    The wife already approved.
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    Looks nice but too heavy. Almost the weight of a light DH rig.

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    That's cool man that the wife gives the thumbs up haha.

    mpower13 - Too heavy for what exactly?
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    Enduro Evo sizing

    Quote Originally Posted by tsefreeflow View Post
    Haha, yeah it is a beast. I really love riding it and yet very different from my '12. Yeah it is low but I pedal strike friggin everything which is annoying as hell. I'll get use to it I suppose. The smaller size is very playful, especially coming from a large '12 which seemed pretty big for me when I first got it. Anyway, it is a blast so far.
    What height are you? I'm 6'1" and 160lb and I'm debating between the Medium and Large size. Any advice?

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    A Norco Aurum LE size S downhill bike only weighs in at 34.1 lbs. So this enduro bike is as heavy as a downhill bike was what I meant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sergijaws View Post
    What height are you? I'm 6'1" and 160lb and I'm debating between the Medium and Large size. Any advice?
    I'm about 5 10 ' ish and I think I fit a medium perfect. I have read some guys your size getting the large in the 2013's and fitting perfect. I would think a large for you but maybe try and sit on one if possible. But like I said I had large in the past enduros and this felt small compared, which is no surprise I suppose, but I think I fit perfect after several rides.
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    It pretty much is a DH bike though, and much more jump friendly. I bought mine over a full on DH bike and ride it at Whistler. It is way more fun to jump on trails like A-line and the single crown makes it easier to whip thru the steep tight twisty stuff.
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    would love to hear some more feedback on the bike and especially the ohlins shock if you can.

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    Well, I am no expert, But the Ohlins shock is just awesome. I set it up in a few minutes and it is plush as hell. What else you need to know? It just rocks lol.
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