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    Looks like the new site is coming very shortly

    The current one has been taken offline. There 2016 line is looking great, just the tweeks I was hoping for!
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    New site is now live!

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    Yeah checked it out earlier, looks great. Can't wait to drool over new bikes more when I get home.

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    Can't believe they've gone and made the Paradox available in only 2 sizes, SM and M Guess maybe sales weren't so strong as the FS, maybe only short people wanted to ride them, I know I for one will be looking elsewhere when I need to for a 29er HT cause there's no way in hell my 6'2.25" chasis is going to try and fit on a bike with a 404mm Reach, not a fvcking chance. Disappointed, thought the Paradox commanded more sales than this would imply, really thought going forward it would be pushed as a 650B+ or maybe 29+ option in all sizes.
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    The paradox and amps geo's are flip flopped. The both are pretty much the same as before
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    Ah, OH then, I take it back Couldn't figure how it would seem the Paradox was so popular and yet got the same sort of treatment as the Amp, a DJ based frame, was really hoping for maybe new yoke castings for even more rear tyre clearance for PLUS tyres, especially with the new Shimano front pull FDs now available.

    Really wish the damn web designers would double and triple check sites and info before making it live, have had to point out numerous such errors before to them on their site.

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    It's not clear on the new site - is the Phantom not available in stealth any longer? When the '16 info started leaking there were indications of the stealth option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LyNx View Post
    Ah, OH then, I take it back Couldn't figure how it would seem the Paradox was so popular and yet got the same sort of treatment as the Amp, a DJ based frame, was really hoping for maybe new yoke castings for even more rear tyre clearance for PLUS tyres, especially with the new Shimano front pull FDs now available.

    Really wish the damn web designers would double and triple check sites and info before making it live, have had to point out numerous such errors before to them on their site.
    Give em a break, we either complain because it's taking too long or complain because stuff gets missed.

    And the Paradox frame has plus size tires on the website. Check out the photos. You can see a black one with regular and then a black one with plus sizers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MostChillin View Post
    It's not clear on the new site - is the Phantom not available in stealth any longer? When the '16 info started leaking there were indications of the stealth option.
    VERY interested to hear about this as well.

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    I never complain about waiting, but when there is a wiat, you expect the end product to be accurate

    Yes I saw the 650B+ photo, was just wondering if the CNCd yoke had been widened and maybe even made for a 1x setup only as there was some talk of this. Personally as I said, I think using the side swing, front pull FDs from Shimano would make this not be a problem, even if the yoke was made1cm wider overall.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lithified View Post
    Give em a break, we either complain because it's taking too long or complain because stuff gets missed.

    And the Paradox frame has plus size tires on the website. Check out the photos. You can see a black one with regular and then a black one with plus sizers.
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