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    Canfield Brothers "Evil One"

    Here's my version of this fine steed. After three rides I am quite happy with the behavior of the bike. I have climbed some steep and short north east grades and did as well as I used to on my 575 even though I kept the fork at 160mm. Rock gardens feel like flat ground and drops are so smooth with it. I have yet to weight it.
















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    That is a super sick One man Awesome build and amazing bike.

    Sweet pics bro, thanks for post.

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    Awesome ride. Have a chance to weigh it yet?

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    Unfortunately no. I don't have a scale at home and am very busy working and getting ready to leave for Colorado and Utah on Saturday!

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    Nice One! Looks like you're lovin it.

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    Even more so after 4 days in Fruita and Grand Junction riding the Edge Loop one day and Free Lunch & Holy Cross the next!

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    Looks like a fun bike...congrats!


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    I finally weighted the bike: 32.1lbs. The current build has a Thomson Masterpiece seatpost instead of the Elite, a new WTB Shadow V seat (black and red) and the new stiffer link. The rest is as shown in the above pics.

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    I heart the drops
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    Awesome I just bought a one and I am stuck in cali for 3 months so I don't get to see it till september. I want to hit 32 - 34lbs with crossmax sx wheels.
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    "its not how slack your head angle is, its how you ride the bike"

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    did you get that link painted professionally or do it yourself?

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    I heart the drops
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    Quote Originally Posted by gswarriorfan
    did you get that link painted professionally or do it yourself?
    That's the stock lime green
    "its not how slack your head angle is, its how you ride the bike"

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