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    New Bike Pics: Chumba Evo

    sweet sweet ride, made right 'ere in USA


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    paint the chainstays (i think that what they are called...the silver parts) white.

    other than that sick bike

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    Good to see Chumba back at it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogonfr
    Good to see Chumba back at it again.
    yep sweet
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    very nice

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    i love their logo

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    I would really look into one of those if the top tube wasnt 23" on a small frame.

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    ... and if we just ...

    Looks totally radical!

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    New question here. Does anybody notice...

    Does anybody notice besides me that this is just an FSR with its link plate moved into the frame's front triangle? The pivot placement in relation to the dropout is exactly like a Specialized. I am sure Sinyard's lawyers will have something to say the folks at Chumba; like pay up suckers, or hit the bricks. Y'all better get 'em while you still can. I am all for the little guys so I hope I am wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HELLBELLY
    Does anybody notice besides me that this is just an FSR with its link plate moved into the frame's front triangle? The pivot placement in relation to the dropout is exactly like a Specialized. I am sure Sinyard's lawyers will have something to say the folks at Chumba; like pay up suckers, or hit the bricks. Y'all better get 'em while you still can. I am all for the little guys so I hope I am wrong.
    Maybe Chumba is paying Specialized for the FSR pivot? The link plate is not the only unique thing on this frame. Check out the down tube. This is the most innovative frame to come along in while, imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HELLBELLY
    Does anybody notice besides me that this is just an FSR with its link plate moved into the frame's front triangle? The pivot placement in relation to the dropout is exactly like a Specialized.
    Yes.

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    I'm shure Chumba did there home work & knows what there doing. Ted has been in the buisness awhile & knows his stuff.

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    FWIW, EWR did the down tube years ago.

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    made in anaheim! sick!
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